Enhancing the Aesthetic Appeal

Shriram Axiall is a leading global provider of specialised, high performance heavy metal-free polymer compounds developed to meet all specific requirements and also conform to the ELV regulations for the automotive industry. Some grades comply with International standards like JASO, JIS for AVSS auto wiring applications.

In manufacturing these products, perseverance, consistency, accuracy and technical expertise are evolved continuously to fulfil the precise automotive requirements. Developing and manufacturing flexible Vinyl and vinyl alloys based on the demands of major automobile OEM's is an ongoing process.

Shriram Axiall has developed a variety of automotive solutions for the vehicles of today and tomorrow. All our compounds withstand the severities of weather and merge with the vehicle decor and aesthetics.

Typical applications where you will find Shriram Axiall solutions include:

  • Interior Applications

    • Door Trims
    • Weather Strip Inner
    • Steering Wheel Covers
    • Gear Shift Knobs
    • Window Gaskets
    • Handle Grips
    • Foot Mats
  • Exterior Applications

    • Weather Strip Outer
    • Roof top Moulding
  • Under-the-Bonnet Applications

    • Wiring Harness
    • Fuel Tubes
  • Range of applications

    • Hand Grips
    • Dust cover
    • Air Hose
    • Cords Holder
    • Footrest
    • Mechanical Control Cable and Sleeves

End of Life Vehicles (ELV) Compliant Automotive Compounds

Shriram Axiall supplies heavy metal free compounds meeting the End of Life Vehicles (ELV) Regulations for various automotive extrusion and injection molding applications. These compounds are used by major automotive manufacturers like Maruti Suzuki, Tata, GM, M&M, etc.

The End of Life Vehicle (ELV) regulations

The End of Life Vehicle (ELV) regulations set out environmental standards for the treatment and scrapping of old cars and vans, encouraging their reuse and recycling.

These regulations outline how authorised handlers should dismantle, recycle and dispose of vehicle materials. In time, all fluids will need to be removed, and certain parts dismantled before scrapping. They also include provisions on vehicle manufacturers when designing cars. These include:

  • Restricting the use of certain heavy metals in the construction of new vehicles
  • Providing information on the materials used in a vehicle to aid in their reuse, recycling and disposal

The regulations will introduce the licensing of authorised sites for treating ELVs. Authorised Treatment Facilities handling end of life vehicles will also be issue certificates of destruction to vehicle owners to demonstrate that will serve as evidence that a car or van has been properly disposed of.

Vehicle manufacturers and importers will also have the responsibility of bearing the cost of taking back vehicles that have no value that were put onto the market after July 2002.

Keeping in view the requirements of ELV regulations, Shriram Axiall has introduced a range of heavy-metal free compounds meeting these requirements. These compounds are used for automotive applications especially for export requirements.