Precision forgings differ from Conventional Forgings in many ways.  While Conventional forgings are typically machined on all surfaces, a precision forging is often characterized by very slight draft angles (0 to 1 degree), thin cross-sections, close tolerances, small radii, and excellent surface finishes.1

While the tooling for a precision forging is typically more costly to produce and maintain, the advantages of precision forgings over conventional forgings pay multiple dividends.  The net or near-net shape of the precision forging can greatly reduce machining times and produce a part that is nearly ready to put right into service.  Additionally, the optimal grain structure of a precision forging increases fatigue life, and produces superior stress and inter-granular corrosion resistance.  We specialize in manufacturing parts for automobile, engineering machines and pipe transferring industries.

We have many products, including caterpillar track joints, varied kinds of valves, connecting rods and so on. Our second phase project focuses on varied larger die forging parts, such as engine crankshaft, front axle and lager forged valves. 2The physics & chemistry analysis of raw materials and the equipments mechanical performance inspection in our company are all entrusted to the third party to be inspected. And we will build our own lab for physics & chemistry analysis in 2011 to perfect and enhance the quantity control ability of all products in our company. Huiyang will strive for survival with quantity, develop with innovation, and make sure to provide the first-rate products to all customers.