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With every project, we understand the requirements for components differ and the choice of materials used can affect the precision. Trika Engineering’s technology can precise machine a wide variety of materials and create turned parts and milled components for our clients.


Offers strength and is corrosion resistance


Durable / High heat/ Corrosion resistance

Bronze Alloys

Hardness / High ductility/ Thermal conductivity/ Workability/ Strength

Carbon Steel

Have different grades/ Suitable for machining drive rods, drain line fittings, lifting plates, latch plates


Excellent heat and electricity conductor/ Suitable for electrical wiring, motors, construction and industry machining


Longer lasting/ Fewer discontinuities and defects/ Ideal material for machining pistons, housings, bearings, rings, and other parts.


Temperature and corrosion resistance/ Rapid hardness/ High sheer strength

Stainless Steel

Scratch-proof/ Water, rust and corrosion resistance

Super Alloys


Strong/ Elastic/ Lightweight/ Corrosion and extreme temperature resistance


Many varieties available, depends on requirements and specifications


Stable material that can be machines within tight tolerances/ ideal for producing stiff, low friction parts


High tensile strength/ High impact resistance/ UV resistance


Strong/ Durable/ Lightweight


For domestic appliances and automotive components


Durability/ High resistance to breaking and cracking

Once material selection is done for the component, the coatings and finishing will also affect the durability of the product. For metal components, heat treatment is often applied to modify the hardness of the material while different coatings and treatments are applied for other materials to add colour and protection to the surface.

Types of Coating


Treatment method of aluminium in which an electrochemical process is used to form an oxide layer on the material, to protect it.


Treatment method of protecting a steel surface from corrosion and increasing its resistance to wear through the application of an electrochemical phosphate conversion coating.


An electrochemical process in which steel is partially protected against rust, and is named after the blue-black appearance of the resulting protective finish.


The process of covering the surface of a material or workpiece with a different metal, and can be achieved through various methods


The use of oil-based paints to coat the metal surfaces to protect against corrosion.

Powder Coating

A type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder applied electrostatically and then cured under heat or with ultraviolet light.

Our extensive knowledge and rich experience in machining materials allow us to advise our clients on the best materials to use in our clients’ projects in achieving optimal results with the most cost-efficient materials and treatments.