progressive growth and reputation for quality manufacturing is based upon an
uncompromising dedication to quality control, coupled with modern equipment,
top grade materials, performance-tested products and the work of our highly
skilled technicians. Gears India possesses state-of-the-art infrastructure,
that assures the quality of products for your plants/mills.
Gears India is a fully integrated industrial component manufacturing unit. Gears India is manufacturer, supplier and exporter of Gears from India.
Since its inception, the organization has been thriving to deliver quality.
The Flagship company, located at Ghaziabad, has a manufacturing unit to
produce custom built gears up to 12000MM (12M) dia confirming to the
The industrial gears manufactured at Gears India require modern
machines for gear cutting. Girth gears with dia as large as 6500mm and
weight 50 tonne are developed at our plant. The complete operations involved
in the process of manufacturing are conducted in-house in our fully equipped
factory. We have high volume machines to carry out following operations in a
climate controlled environment:
Computer Numerical Control Turning And machining
Gear Cutting - Up to 6500 mm dia
Induction Hardening upto 5m
Fabrication / Welding
The quality standard of our products is controlled by stringent quality
inspection. The entire process of checking is carried in a climate
controlled environment. Every product goes through quality check. The lab
has Co-Ordinate Measuring Machines and high profile testing equipment. The
manufacturing plant has appropriate Lifting & handling equipment as well
as Yard Cranes and Fork Lifts.
Gears India has reengineered / developed addendum
modification techniques to give life to old and worn out gears specially for
After properly examining & studying the old gear and pinions, the team
of engineers sit on a table and redesign the gear sets. The diameter of the
gears are reduced by certain amount "X" and the correction factor
is calculated. A new pinion is designed with its diameter increased by the
equivalent amount 'X' hence maintaining the CTC (centre to centre).