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Whom we Serve
Aerospace | Automobile | Defence | Energy


ABI focuses on Turbocharger components, Brake parts & Diesel exhaust fluids for the automotive industry. The various types of parts are listed below.

Turbocharger components​

  • Bearing housing
  • Compressor Wheel
    • Cast and machined
    • Milled Wheel
  • Turbine Wheel – Have special capabilities to manufacture large turbine wheels with fine grains
  • Turbine housing
    • Ferrous and Stainless Steel
  • Compressor housing

Brake components​

  • Master cylinder
  • Wheel cylinder
  • Caliper

Diesel Exhaust Fluid​

  • ABI-Blue – is a pure, high quality Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) that significantly reduces the release of CO2 and NOx. ABI Blue is to be used in diesel vehicles fitted with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology.


ABI has the capability to produce various types of parts that would cater to the Aerospace industry. The different types of part that ABI focuses on are Rotating, Static, Structural and Fittings.

  • Equiaxed Investment castings
  • Directionally solidified Investment castings
  • Single crystal Investment castings

Aerospace centre of Excellence

Our Focus

Cast & Machine all grades of vaccum cast material

  • Cast in-cored complex cooling features of DS/SX blades, Vanes and BOAS.

Specialisation on development

  • Hot section blades, vanes, fine grain wheels
  • Structural turbo machinery components.

Offer expertise in Development & Machining

  • Assist in concurrent engineering of machined parts for new engine platform.
  • Utilise available capacity infrastructure to seek out machining opportunity from bar stock.


Some of the parts that ABI manufactures for Aerospace has requirement in the Energy sector. A typical industrial gas turbine has similar vanes, shrouds and blades that ABI manufactures for Aerospace engines.

Defence Armour

Armoured Steel is the most commonly used anti-ballistic material as it provides good threat protection. However, when it comes to some other factors such as easiness of manufacturing,  assembly and total cost of ownership, it presents some disadvantages. These include

  • Increase in weight of the vehicle, resulting in
    • Lower autonomy/Fuel efficiency
    • Restricted movements in areas with poor or aged infrastructure
    • Lower manoeuvrability
  • Reduction of flexibility, as the structure on the vehicle is relatively permanent
    • The disadvantages stay even if the threat levels come down
  • Increase in maintenance and other costs
    • Excessive weights subject the power train and other wear parts of the vehicle to excessive stress thereby increasing the cost of maintenance and/or upgrade of suspension system and engine
    • Less up time

Lightweight Armour

Given the necessity to optimize vehicle payload, the criticality of vehicle autonomy and maneuverability, and the basic requirement of minimum cost of ownership, experts began to explore alternate methods to overcome these challenges without compromising on protection level. This lead to the development of Lightweight materials and use of those materials in different combinations to address the levels of threat protection desired.

Our Offerings

We provide ready to assemble/integrate lightweight armour protections panels for the vehicle. These panels are easy to assemble (plug and play type), and are a customized combination of multiple panels of different materials. For example, for the Strike Face, it could be a combination of individual layers made out of (some or all) Alumina, Silica Carbide, Aluminium, Titanium and Steel. Whereas, for the Backing Structure, it could be a combination of layers made out of (some or all) S2 and E Glass, Kevlar, HMWPE/UHMWPE, PBO and Carbon.

Our approach

Primarily centered around a vertically integrated methodology, our approach is as follows:

  • Understand customer requirement
  • Conduct in house analysis, simulation, design and engineering
  • Preform Advanced Finite Element Analysis to identify the most cost-effective armour solution (material types and thicknesses) to achieve the specified protection level for a given threat.
  • Carry out Design Validation through actual testing at approved and accredited environment.
  • Manufacture full panels and ready to assemble components (armoured component, frame, attachment point, structural contribution to the vehicle…).