Patel Brass Works manufactures plain bushes (with clinch/split). These are manufactured in sintered/clad process. The steel lining is PB-1010, PB-9, PB-21, PB-23, and PBAL-20, the range is dia 20 to 150 mm, and thickness, 1.25 to 3.20 mm....
Established in 1948 as a small foundry, PBW started its operations by producing castings for brass items. In 1953, a small workshop was added to manufacture brass buttons, tumblers and strainers. In 1956, PBW switched over to producing manual cooking machines. In 1958-59, the first industrial estate of the country was setup by the then Saurashtra Government.
PBW was amongst first to shift its manufacturing to this historic industrial estate. By 1965, PBW gained significant experience in casting and finishing of nonferrous components. Around this time, there was a need of developing critical components like bimetal bearings, which was identified by PBW then. Initially these were made for slow speed diesel engines. However in 1980, high grade precision bearings were introduced for high speed engines, compressors and earthmovers. PBW was first to substitute import of bearings for the country in 1990.
Around 1990 PBW ventured into export trading of specialized engineering spares for engines, compressors, purifiers and pumps for marine application. With a view to meet the increased demand, copper lead strip sintering plant was setup in 1992 to manufacture thin wall bearings. In 1997, PBW was accredited with ISO 9002.
Patel Brass Works manufactures plain bushes (with clinch/split). These are manufactured in sintered/clad process. The steel lining is PB-1010, PB-9, PB-21, PB-23, and PBAL-20, the range is dia 20 to 150 mm, and thickness, 1.25 to 3.20 mm.