USAI Forge Pvt. Ltd. (USAIFPL) was established in the year 2007 for the manufacture of forgings used in the Oil and Gas Industry and Automobile Industry and various other Industries covering Fertilizers/ Oil Refining/ Heat Exchangers and Pressure Vessels/ General Engineering/ Thermal Power Plants/ Ship Building/ Steel Plants/ Railways/ Aerospace and Defence. The Facility is equipped with the latest forging and Induction heating equipments sourced from Europe and the material handling during the complete forging process is fully robotized and automated. Forging Facility includes Induction Heating Systems/ Hot Shear/ 500 Ton hydraulic Multi-function Press/ 150 Ton Hammer with Manipulator/ 2700 Ton Closed die Screw Press/ 500 Ton Hydraulic Extrusion and Piercing Press/ 150 Ton Hydraulic Trimming Press/ handling by Automated Manipulators; Hydraulic Presses 200 MT & 250 MT. The main product is Tool Joint forgings which are used in the manufacture of Drill Pipes. The Tool Joints are manufactured in accordance to the International Standards and as per the requirements of the American Petroleum Institute (API), API Specification 5DP. USAI Forge also manufactures Double Shoulder (DS) and High Torque (HT) Connections for Tool Joints / Cross Overs / Subs / Oil Field Accessories. USAI Forge has API 5CT License for the manufacture of Couplings and is also Threader. Manufacturing activity includes threading of all API 5CT Connections for Casing and Tubing. 2 Step Premium Connections and Flush Connections for Casing and Tubing are also manufactured. Couplings are manufactured in accordance to the applicable API Specifications 5CT and as per the Customer requirements, used in Petroleum, Petrochemical and Natural Gas Industries. Precision Machining Facility includes CNC Machines, Multi Axis CNC machines, Vertical Turning Lathes, Horizontal boring machines, Vertical grinding Lathes, CNC Seam welding machines, VMC machines, Honing Machine, and high precision CNC machines for precision engineering components.
Hyderabad, Telangana, India