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Machine Tool Aids & Reconditioning (MTAR)

    Hyderabad 

Machine Tool Aids & Reconditioning (MTAR), one of the leading machine tool manufacturers in India, was included on the list of Indian entities that were subjected to US sanctions announced after the May 1998 nuclear tests. MTAR produces assemblies and precision components for use in space and nuclear applications. The MTAR group of companies is engaged in hi-tech machining, fabrication and designing, serving the needs of organizations of national importance, like ISRO (Dept. of Space), NPCIL, BARC, ONGC, HAL, and LPSC. Three private companies make liquid engines for India's space launch vehicles: Godrej, Keltech and MTAR. India plans to develop its own cryogenic engine by 2005. The Centre for Liquid-Propelled Engine Systems (Indian development organisation) has completed a design of a 7.5 ton engine and signed a contract for its manufacture with the Indian companies Godrej and MTAR. An electrochemical milling machine for the fabrication of integrally bladed wheel for the diesel loco turbo charger was developed by the National Aerospace Laboratories Surface Engineering Unit This technology was transferred to Southern Railways and MTAR in Hyderabad. MARC Manufacturers, also located in Hyderabad, is an ISO 9001 certified subsidiary of MTAR. The MARC subsidiary of MTAR produces high precision indigenous manufactured ball screw assemblies for machine tool applications and nuclear applications. Apart from ball screws MARC is also engaged in manufacturing of Coolant channel assemblies and other intricate assemblies for nuclear reactors.

Defence Electronics Research Laboratory (DERL or DLRL)

    Chandrayangutta Lines, 
    Hyderabad 500 005
    Fax   - 040-249976 
    Telex - 0425-6702 

Defence Electronics Research Laboratory (DLRL) was established in 1962 to work on the design and development of communication and radar systems. Currently DLRL is involved in the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP) of DRDO. The DLRL was included on the list of Indian entities that were subjected to US sanctions announced after the May 1998 nuclear tests. Communication CIPHER equipment, produced on the DLRL design, was successfully deployed in the 1965 war with Pakistan. Total self-sufficiency was achieved in this field. Also the Battle Field Surveillance Radar (BFSR) was successfully developed and produced. However, these two activities were subsequently transferred to the Electronics & Radar Development Establishment (LRDE), Bangalore. DLRL was responsible for the ab-initio development of the first radar in the country, namely, the Secondary Surveillance Radar for Identification Friend or Foe (IFF). This has been successfully produced by BE, Ghaziabad. Necessary expertise in missile guidance ground system was built up in early seventies. Areas of concentration includ design, development, productionisation and induction of state-of-the-art electronic warfare system for the three services, providing ground electronic support for IGMDP, and expertise in the design and development of various components, antennas and sub-systems for HF to microwave and millimetric wave frequencies. Facilities include CAD/CAE/CAM/Facilities, Hybrid Micro-electronics Facility, Mechanical Fabrication Facility, ASIC Design and Workstation, Anechoic Chamber and Open Test Ranges, Automation Test and Measurement Laboratory, EMI/EMC Test Laboratory, and Environmental Test Laboratory.

ARC International

    International Advanced Research Centre for 
    Powder Metallurgy and New Materials 
    RCI Road, (Opposite Balapur Village)
    Ranga Reddy District
    Hyderabad 500 005, India 
    Phone : +(91)-(40)-4443167/4441082
    Fax   : +(91)-(40)-4443168 
    E-mail arcint@hd1.vsnl.net.in 
    

ARC-International provides services of technology development and transfer in the area of powder metallurgy, new materials and surface engineering. The International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials was conceived in 1990 by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), as a state-of-the-art facility for advanced materials and processing technologies. The center was established with an active participation of premier R&D institutions from former Soviet Union (CIS countries). The main objectives of the center are development of high performance materials and processes for niche market, demonstration of technologies at prototype scale and transfer of technologies to the Indian industry. The main thrust areas are value addition through powder metallurgy, new materials from ceramic programs, and enhanced performance and durability by surface Engineering.




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