Coming from engineering background He looks after the innovation of products in the company.
With a vast experience in the lighting industry he understands the pulse of the market and executes new client orders with ease.
Spread over an area of 25000 sq. ft. our fully equipped manufacturing plant is at Kaman, district Palghar, around 35 kms from Mumbai. Our manufacturing facility includes CNC machines, Powder coating / PU coating plant and a well equipped test lab.
PU paint is the premium range of coating which provides a smooth and luxurious finish to the metallic surface. PU coatings have high resistance against heat, excellent hardness, in-depth clarity and corrosion-resistance. The PU coating prevents the Metal from scratches, dust, water, UV rays, weathering which enhances the Product finish.
LED lights cannot be manufactured with consistent optical properties as a result of the production processes involved. Brightness and color can vary substantially from component to component even in the same production batch. LED luminaires need to be tested during production and in their final application. Our test lab has equipments for determining luminous intensity, luminous flux, color, spectrum and spatial radiation pattern of led lights. The measurement systems generate very accurate results with reliable reproducibility in conformity with the international guidelines. Nirvana light uses high-performance spectro radiometers to deliver these solutions.
Our state of the art electronics manufacturing facility employs skilled manpower to deliver quality products. Our assembly lines are as per international standards . Our production machinery also contributes a lot to providing you the highest level of consistency.
A CNC machine processes a piece of material to meet specifications by following a coded programmed instruction and without a manual operator directly controlling the machining operation.
Powder coating is a finishing process in which dry, free-flowing, thermoplastic or thermoset powder material is applied to a surface, melted, and hardened into an even coating. This finishing process is suitable for various materials, including metals, plastics, glass, and medium density fiberboard (MDF), and can provide both functional and decorative surface coatings in a wide range of colors, finishes, and textures that are not readily achievable by conventional liquid coating methods.