Wafer Processing Equipment
Norinco Pvt Ltd represents EV Group (EVG) is a recognized technology and market leader for wafer processing equipment. They have set worldwide industry standards for aligned wafer bonding as well as resist processing for the MEMS, Nano and Semiconductor Industry. Their technological expertise enables customers to develop and successfully commercialize their innovations by providing advanced and proven process solutions from R&D to volume production. A comprehensive range of equipment addressing R&D applications as well as fully automated processes is the result of long term, cooperative relationships with EVG's extensive list of global customers.
Norinco Pvt Ltd are representatives of ECONOMOS, Austria - one of the leading players in global sealing industry. ECONOMUS offers innovative sealing solutions along with comprehensive technical service and in-house expertise in the field of high performance sealing materials. ECONOMUS also offers SEAL JET a Ready to Go factory, a complete production unit comprising controlled CNC machine with special software, high performance sealing material for production of all types of seals upto 400 mm. Seals of larger diameter upto 4 meters can also be produced on customer demand.
Temperature Sensors and Pressure transmitters
Norinco Pvt Ltd represents Kongsberg maritime Ship Systems AS Norway, manufacturers of temperature sensors, pressure transmitters for monitoring of various measuring points in engine room for diesel engines, compressors, wind turbines, gears, pumps, boilers, electric motors, electric generators etc
Additives in Concrete Industry
SIKA which Norinco Pvt Ltd represents in India is a leading company in Norway for supply of admixtures, additives and surface treatment agents to the CONCRETE Industry. In addition, SIKA is a large exporter of silica fumes, other silica-based products and microcements for ground injection/ rock stabilisation. For many years great atention has been given to the use of silica fume as a concrete property enhancer, either as a partial replacement for portland cement, or in addition. The use of silica fumes in concrete started in early seventies in Scandanavian countries particularly in Norway and by 1978 direct addition of silica fumes into concrete was permitted by standard in Norway as the first country in the world. SIKA has been involved since the early beginning as a silica fume supplier as has therefore great experience. Because of its nature, silica fume affects the fresh concrete properties and behaviour. The tiny particles increase cohesion, retain free water, this preventing segregation and bleeding. reduced bleeding prevents unwanted settlement around reinforcement bars thus preventing early age cracking. Because of tiny particles, silica fume lubricates the concrete and increase pumpability