ABOUT ALIS TWEEZERS
The Professional journey of Cealine Exports Inc is full of potential breakthroughs and
accomplishments of official goals & targets. The incredible history of this reputed Tweezer supplier
firm is the result of many success stories and years of expertise put in by the conscientious
entrepreneurs who have invested the best of their skills to establish this company robustly. In the
late year of 50’s, the initial break down starts with the consistent efforts of dedicated and
determined Mr. Karnail Singh who thinks of making this small in- house tweezer manufacturing
business gigantic while he produces only 2-3 tweezers a day along with his family efforts. The
enhancement of tweezer production business gears up when Mr. Joginder Pal Verma officially
initiates a joint venture with his father Mr. Karnail Singh in the late 60’s. Although, it was the
remarkable period in the advancement of tweezer production of this firm, but it was achieved with
continuous endeavours and consistent evaluation of manufacturing strategies and development
polices. With the productive vision of Mr. Karnail Singh and endless hard work of Mr. Joginder Pal,
the tweezer production of this firm has been hyped to 100 pc per today. Set- up of production
machines entirely transformed one- man army to a thriving engineering workshop where hundreds
of tweezer pieces had been started manufacturing as a result of joint efforts of employed man power.
In the year of 1963, Mr. Joginder Pal Verma originated Present tweezers manufacturing
company as a production house on the National platform to spin off its India based operations with
effective quality control strategies. Present tweezers manufacturing company achieved the
success heights by playing a role of major manufacturer in the industry. After seeing 30 years of
professional growth, respected Mr. Karnail Singh passed away in the 1990s. This phase was,
indeed, full of struggle for Mr. Joginder Pal Verma as a well- established entrepreneur as he has to
take care of entire production process along with implementation of various industrial standards.
With trained workforce and professional attitude, Mr. Joginder Pal Verma changes the fate of this
reputed brand. Endless hard- work and determination of this business tycoon proven fruitful when
this famous company goes customary worldwide by receiving bulk orders potential clients.
Meanwhile, Mr. Joginder Pal Verma introduced this blooming production business to the
next generation through his Sons Mr. Neeraj Verma and Mr. Anand Verma who were almost ready
to join this industry venture. Mr. Neeraj Verma, who is the younger Son of Mr. Joginder Pal Verma,
accomplished mile stones of success by launching his new business venture Royal International in
1997 on the national as well as on the International platform.Royal Internationals has set- up a
widen network of potential clientele in the national as well as on the intercontinental platform. Mr.
Neeraj Vermaconstantly worked hard to bring the innovative European technology in order to
produce world- class tweezer products. In the year of 2000, Cealine Exports Inc has started
spinning off its European export mission by supplying durable tweezer products. Today, Cealine
Exports Inc has become a leading player in the tweezer industry which is not only recognized
countrywide but also renowned worldwide for its quality products
Why we use AUSTENITIC???
Austenitic stainless steel is a specific type of Stainless Steel alloy. Stainless steels may be classified by their into four main types: austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and duplex . These Stainless Steels possess austenite as their primary crystalline structure ( face-centered cubic ). This austenite crystalline structure is achieved by sufficient additions of the austenite stabilizing elements nickel, manganese and nitrogen. Due to their crystalline structure austenitic steels are not hardened by heat treatment and are essentially non-magnetic.
There are two subgroups of austenitic stainless steel. 300 series stainless steels achieve their austenitic structure primarily by a nickel addition while 200 series stainless steels substitute manganese and nitrogen for nickel, though there is still a small nickel content.
300 series stainless steels are the larger subgroup. The most common austenitic stainless steel and most common of all stainless steel is Type 304, also known as 18/8 or A2. Type 304 is extensively used in such items as, cookware, cutlery, and kitchen equipment. Type 316 is the next most common austenitic stainless steel. Some 300 series, such as Type 316, also contain some molybdenum to promote resistance to acids and increase resistance to localized attack (e.g. pitting and crevice corrosion). The higher nitrogen addition in 200 series gives them higher mechanical strength than 300 series.
Other notable austenitic stainless steels are Type 309 and 310, which are utilized in high temperature applications greater than 800°C.
Alloy 20(Carpenter 20) is an austenitic stainless steel possessing excellent resistance to hot sulfuric acid and many other aggressive environments which would readily attack type 316 stainless. This alloy exhibits superior resistance to stress-corrosion cracking in boiling 20–40% sulfuric acid. Alloy 20 has excellent mechanical properties and the presence of niobium in the alloy minimizes the precipitation of carbides during welding.
Austenitic stainless steel can be tested by non-destructive using the dye-penetrant inspection method but not the magnetic particle inspection method. Eddy-current testing may also be used.
We have different varieties in AISI (American Iron and Steel Institute)
- AISI-420 GRADE (Hardenable hrc 40-45)
- AISI-430 GRADE (Non hardenable)
- AISI 304 GRADE (18/8 chromium nickel stainless steel)
- AISI 316 GRADE (18/10 chromium nickel molybdenum stainless steel)
- AISI 310 GRADE ( 25/20 chromium nickel stainless steel)
Stainless 310 is not recommended for frequent liquid quenching as it suffers from thermal shock. the
grade is often used in cryogenic applications due to its toughness and low magnetic permeability.