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AAA and ACSR Aluminium Conductors
AAA and ACSR Aluminium Conductors
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AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS

The AAC/AAAC/ACSR conductors for high voltage transmission have first replaced the bore copper conductors where copper is scarce and costly on the other hand EC grade Aluminium is easily available in India and as far as the electric properties are concerned, aluminium is equally good being lighter in weight and for same sage span length of the transmission could be increased in comparison to copper.
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AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS
AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS
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AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS
[CODE NO. 1809]


Aluminium Conductors (i) All Aluminium Conducts (AAC) (ii) All Alloy Aluminium Conductors (AAAC), and (iii) Aluminium  Conductors Steel Reinforced (ACSR) are used in Transmission and Distribution system to carry the generated electrical energy from generating station to end user.

The Electrical energy is normally generated at the power stations far away from the urb.... read more

AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS (ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS)
AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS (ALL ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS)
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                           AAC & ACSR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS


The  AAC/AAAC/ACSR conductors for high voltage transmission  have first replaced the bore copper conductors where copper is  scarce and  costly  on  the  other hand EC&nb.... read more

ACTIVATED ALUMINA BALLS
ACTIVATED ALUMINA BALLS
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                                                 ACTIVATED ALUMINA BALLS


Activated   alumina   is   a   vital   inorg.... read more

ALUMINIMIUM FOIL CONTAINER
ALUMINIMIUM FOIL CONTAINER
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ALUMINIMIUM FOIL CONTAINER
[CODE NO.1934]


    Aluminum is the most widely used non-ferrous metal and is extensively used in packaging materials. It is an excellent material for creating all types of containers. However, despite the fact that about seven billion aluminum foil containers are produced annually, most packaging engineers and packaging users know very little about the advantages that these containers bring to the.... read more

ALUMINIUM & ALUMINIUM ALLOYS FROM ALUMINIUM SCRAP TO MAKE UTENSILS (INDUCTION FURNACE MELTED)
ALUMINIUM & ALUMINIUM ALLOYS FROM ALUMINIUM SCRAP TO MAKE UTENSILS (INDUCTION FURNACE MELTED)
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Introduction
Uses and  Applications
Properties
Market   Survey  with   future   aspects 
Present Manufacturers 
Detailed  Process of  Manufacture 
Formulations
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ALUMINIUM ALLOY
ALUMINIUM ALLOY
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•            Properties
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ALUMINIUM ALLOY CONDUCTOR
ALUMINIUM ALLOY CONDUCTOR
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Present Manufacturers  
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Formulations
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ALUMINIUM ALLOY INGOTS
ALUMINIUM ALLOY INGOTS
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ALUMINIUM ALLOY WHEEL RIMS
ALUMINIUM ALLOY WHEEL RIMS
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Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis
Capacity
Land & Building Requirements with.... read more

Aluminium Alloy Wheels
Aluminium Alloy Wheels
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ALUMINIUM AND ALUMINIUM ALLOYS FROM ALUMINIUM SCRAPS
ALUMINIUM AND ALUMINIUM ALLOYS FROM ALUMINIUM SCRAPS
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Aluminium Industry in India is a highly concentrated industry with the top 5 companies constituting the majority of the country's production. With the growing demand of aluminium in India, the Indian aluminium industry is also growing at an enviable pace. In fact, the production of aluminium in India is currently outpacing the demand.

Though India's per capita consumption of aluminium stands too low (under 1 kg) comparing to the per capita consumptions of other countries like US & Europe (range from 25 to 30 kgs), Japan (15 kgs), Taiwan (10 kgs) and China (3 kgs), the demand is growing gradually. In India, the industries that require aluminium most include power (44%), consumer durables, transportation (10-12%), construction (17%) and packaging etc.

The Background

Though the existence of Aluminium was first established in the year 1808, it took almost 46 years to make its production commercially viable. The research work of several years resulted in extracting the aluminium from the ore. Aluminium is third most available element in the earth constituting almost 7.3% by mass. Currently it is also the second most used metal in the world after steel. Due to the consistent growth of Indian economy at a rate of 8%, the demand for metals, used for various sectors, is also on the higher side. As a result, the Indian aluminium industry is also growing consistently. In FY09, the aluminium industry in India saw a growth of about 9%.

The production of aluminium started in India in 1938 when the Aluminum Corporation of India's plant was commissioned. The plant which was set up with a financial and technical collaboration with Alcan, Canada had a capacity of producing 2,500 ton per annum. Hindustan Aluminum Corporation (Hindalco) was set up in UP in the year 1959; it had a capacity of producing 20,000 ton per annum. In 1965, a public sector enterprise Malco which had a capacity of 10,000 ton per annum was commissioned; by 1987, National Aluminium Company (NALCO) was commissioned to produce aluminium. It had a capacity of producing 0.218 million ton.

During the 1970s, the government started regulating and controlling the Indian aluminium industry. Restrictions in entry and price distribution controls were quite common in the Indian aluminium sector. Aluminium Control Order was implemented where the aluminium producers had to sell 50% of their products for electrical usages. However, in 1989, the order was removed as the government decontrolling was revoked. With de-licensing of industry in 1991, the liberal import of technologies and capital goods was started. The liberalization resulted in a growth rate of 12% of the industry, comparing to the growth rate of 6% during the 1980.

Aluminium Production in India

India is world's fifth largest aluminium producer with an aluminium production competence of around 2.7 million tones, accounting almost 5% of the total aluminium production in the world. India is also a huge reservoir of Bauxite with a Bauxite reserve of 3 billion tones.

The Production

India lies at the eighth position in the list of leading primary aluminium producers in the world. India saw a significant growth in aluminium production in the past five years. In 2006-07, the production target of aluminium in India laid by the Ministry of Mines, Government of India was 1,153 KT, which was augmented to 1,237 KT in the next year (2007-08). Due to the growing demand from the construction, electrical, automobiles and packaging industry, the production of aluminium also hiked up. In FY 09, the total aluminium production in India was around 1.35 tonnes.

The Consumption

After a stagnant consumption of primary aluminium in India from the end of 1990s to 2002 (when the consumptions were between 500 – 600 KT), it started rising sharply since 2002. The consumption reached at 1,080 KT in 2006. The consumption of aluminium in India is dominated by the industries like power, infrastructure, and transportation etc.

The Major Players

The Indian aluminium industry is dominated by four or five companies that constitute the majority of India's aluminium production. Following are the major players in the Indian aluminium industry:

    * Hindustan Aluminium Company (HINDALCO)
    * National Aluminium Company (NALCO)
    * Bharat Aluminium Company (BALCO)
    * MALCO
    * INDAL

HINDALCO: Hindalco is the biggest player in the aluminium industry in India with around 39% of market share. An Aditya Birla Group flagship company, Hindalco has its aluminium plant at Renukoot in Uttar Pradesh. It has various aluminium products with a market share of 42% in primary aluminium, 20% in extrusions 63% in rolled products, 31% in wheels and 44% in foils.

Sterlite Industries: The aluminium business of Sterlite Industries Limited comprises of two Indian aluminium giants – BALCO and MALCO. While BALCO is a partially integrated, MALCO is a fully integrated producer of aluminium. Sterlite has got a market share of around 32%.

NALCO: It is also one of the leading aluminium producers in India. Government of India has a stake of 87.15% in this company. Its aluminium refinery is located at Damanjodi. It also has a smelter located at Angul, Orissa. Currently, NALCO is concentrating on a capex programme to increase its production from 345,000 tonnes to 460,000 tonnes.

 
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