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  • Brass is heated in a big furnace to its melting point which is (900 to 940°C (1652ºF to 1724ºF).
  • Die casting is a metal casting process that is characterized by forcing molten metal under high pressure into a mold cavity. The mold cavity is created using two hardened tool steel dies which have been machined into shape and work similarly to an injection mold during the process
  • After die casting process the brass is cooled at a room temperature.
  • Different types of die are used depending on the shape and size of the faucet



  • After die casting the unfinished product is sent to the machining unit where several operations are performed on them by lathe and caption machines
  • Drilling
  • Turning
  • Boring and Etc.
  • Then the prepared product is checked by skilled labour using air testing technique to confirm that the product is leak or not. If the product is found to be leak then a thick mixture of an adhesive+ thinner+ lacquer is added to make it perfect.



  • From machining unit the faucet is send to grinding and polishing department
  • Grinding
  • Here the excess brass from the surface of the tap is removed with the help of grinding machines to make it smooth
  • Polishing
  • After grinding the tap is polished with the help of a polishing machine to make tap even smoother by making the surface of the faucet even.




  • After grinding and polishing the faucet is sent to the electroplating unit where it is first cleaned in a high temperature cleaning machine to remove impurities from it‘s surface and then chromium plating is done on it making the faucet‘s surface shinier than before



  • After chromium plating the faucet is sent to assembling department where cartridge is fitted in the faucet.
  • This cartridge controls the flow of water by making a quarter turn to start /stop the flow of water
  • Various other attachments are fitted in the faucet to make it perfectly functional.
  • Then packaging is done in appropriate boxes for shipping.