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Associated Machinery Corp. Ltd.

F-64, Site No. 1, Buland Shahar Rd. Industrial Area, 201001 Ghaziabad, U.P.
Telephone +91 120 2700788
Fax +91 120 2700511

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Machinery for the manufacture of rods, wires and strips
  • 01.04  Drawing
  • 01.04.01  Rod breakdown lines

Our products

Product category: Rod breakdown lines

Dry Wire Drawing Machine

Machine is designed to operate continuously. First block is provided OTO type for wire accumulation, allowing forth removal of any rod, snarl or changeover of coils at feeding end. VFN system on OTO block keeps uniform tension of wire passing over with on jerks. Each block is equipped with pressure regulating valves and gauges for accurate control of air pressure on sensor arm. Separate manifolds are provided for water to drums and dies with regulating valve on each block.

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Product category: Rod breakdown lines

Wet Machines

Multi hold sub – merged type Wet Drawing Machine designed for all ferrous & non – ferrous metals in the range of 9/11/13/15/19/17/21/25 dies or as per Customer requirements with variable drives & speed.

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Product category: Rod breakdown lines

Coiling Machine

Available in the range 300mm to 900mm for heavy coils with pattern lay arrangement & continues run of the machinery viewing 95% efficiency of Wire Drawing Machines.

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About us

Company details

AMCO was founded in late Sixties to meet the growing needs of Modern Wire Industry. Within a short span of time the company has achieved the singular distinction of being among the first to develop high technology to suit third world conditions and economy.

AMCO’s stature as the trend setter in wire technology has now become legend and instances legion. An array of sophisticated wire plants installed all around the globe.

Today AMCO’s established credo of staying ahead in wire technology has reached a sophisticated level of expression. It produces machines for the production of all sorts of wire in all dimensions for all materials capable to be drawn.

Yet the task remains unfinished. New technical advancement is being pioneered in its R& D Center that will herald in machines of tomorrow.

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