Technology that brings out the best

Sheetal has always banked on technology and innovation to bring better products to customers. Using the latest technology has been one of the core tenets driving our manufacturing units. In the quest to design and develop a truly vast array of products, we have achieved many milestones in the technology and innovation front. Our focus on technology has resulted in many significant technological advances.

Rotational Moulding

Rotational moulding, also known as roto moulding is a process of manufacturing hollow plastic products. This technology has expanded the capabilities of polymer product manufacturers by enabling them to create light-weight, seamless, stress-free parts of virtually any size in the most complex shapes.

It is a high-temperature, low- pressure, open moulding plastic forming process that uses heat and biaxial rotation to produce hollow, one piece parts. Roto Moulding has always been thought of as the ideal process for producing large tanks. This technology offers tremendous flexibility both in design and production, and the 'double wall' construction creates a lightweight product with good structural integrity.

It has following advantages:

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Yamuna Wetlands
Two wetlands, which simulate natural water bodies, have been created in the Yamuna Biodiversity Park. One which is long and narrow simulating the river, is 1.8 km long; and the second, which is more open and deep, is spread over about 2 hectares. The creation of wetlands served three useful purposes. Firstly, it adds to the diversity of habitats, secondly, it performs the much-needed ecological functions of water purification, groundwater recharge, and storage of rainwater, and thirdly, it provides the soil for raising the ground level to avoid flooding in the post monsoon period so that the development of terrestrial ecosystems and plant communities can go ahead unhindered. These wetlands are now home to hundreds of migratory birds as well as native bird species. In other words, a new bird sanctuary has been created within the ambience of metropolitan Delhi. The wetlands also help to preserve the aquatic genetic resources (invertebrates, turtles, fishes, zoo- and phytoplanktons) of the river.