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Rajoo Engineers forms JV with Bausano & Figli S.p.a of Italy Print E-mail
Written by Vijay   
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
Rajkot: Diversifying into the pipe and profile extrusion machinery business, Rajoo Engineers Limited has formed a joint venture with Bausano & Figli S.p.a of Italy to produce and market pipe and profile lines.

Rajoo Bausano Extrusion Pvt. Ltd., the JV company, is scheduled to commence operations in 2011. The infrastructure will be provided by Rajoo and the technology will be provided by Bausano.

"This is probably what the Indian pipe manufacturing industry has been waiting for. With lack of availability of modern equipment / technology for PVC pipe production, companies were compelled to make do with decades old technologies," the company said in a statement.

Rajoo Bausano Extrusion Pvt. Ltd. will produce pipe and profile lines (including for wood composite profiles).

The Indian processors who currently use short extruders (18-20 L/D) will now be offered Rajoo-Bausano 30 L/D extruders to enhance melt homogenisation at much higher output levels using similar size extruder and motor ratings. The rough inner pipe surface, a result of the sizing done using the ‘floating bung technique’, will also be a thing of the past with ‘vacuum sizing’ technique (resulting in lower energy consumption for the farmers while transporting water) that is used by Rajoo-Bausano. The patented high torque ‘Multi-Drive’ system with four synchronised motors driving the Rajoo-Bausano extruder with much smaller motors, consume less power with lower maintenance costs.

The joint venture will market these lines in India and various parts of Africa, Gulf and SAARC region.

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