|Visit Coordinator (College)||Event Coordinator (Industry)||Organized & Managed By|
|Asstt.Prof.: - Er. Kuldeepak Saini||Er. Jagdeep Singh (Manager, CBL)||Department of Mechanical Engineering Chandigarh Engineering College, Jhanjeri|
Date: 27th November, 2021
Department of Mechanical Engineering from Chandigarh Engineering College, Jhanjeri arranged one day Industrial Visit for 3rd& 5th Semester Degree Students to Cheema Boilers Limited, Kurali, dated 27th November, 2021 for better technical knowledge enhancement of students.This visit was attended by 40 students of mechanical 3rd & 5th Semester. The student boarded the bus where after around 45 minutes they reached the industry. The industry manager Mr. Jagdeep Singh welcomed the student at premises, where he guided us to various section of the factory. Cheema Boilers Limited, popularly known as CBL is a trusted name in the field of Indian Boiler Industry.
Cheema Boilers Limited builds high-capacity boilers for steam-generation power generation & process heating and provides turnkey integrated rower plant solutions. CBL has been manufacturing boilers and allied products for the last two decades and has earned recognition as research driven organization that sets benchmarks for innovative technologies. CBL's customer centric business practices uncompromising quality approach and continuous thrust on technological up-gradations are the key factors contributing to its multi-fold growth. In addition, CBL also offers support services for existing boilers and process furnaces.
Students received the insight details about the real manufacturing processes and the recent techniques through this visit. Students also learned about the different techniques of material testing, material handling and computer machine exposure. With various material testing machines students were demonstrated Universal Testing Machine (UTM) and material Hardness Testing machine. The students got practical exposure for the theoretical subjects which they are studying in their curriculum. Moving forward in the workshops students observed that after rolling, welding was being done on the rolled sheets and simultaneously on the welded rolled sheets boring was being done to join the intake of water and exhaust of the steam. In the second workshop there were labs for testing the welding quality and build quality of the boilers. Also there was the furnace fitted in that workshop for hot rolling process and machines for cutting the big sheets into desired shape.
Students got the chance to interact and discuss their doubts with trainers who were In-charge of operations and the engineers working at Cheema Boilers limited, Kurali. Students expressed immense satisfaction about the visit and requested to organize such type of industrial visits in future.
Er. Kuldeepak Saini