Parts and Services

At Jay Khodiyar. we know the importance of keeping our customers briquetting or compacting operations running efficiently and properly. This is why we take great pride in designing and manufacturing the correct replacement parts for your machinery. Our highly trained engineering and service staff has many years of experience, working with our customerís vast array of applications and process needs. Whether your need is for standard replacement parts or you wish to improve your existing equipment, we are dedicated to serve our valued customers the best way possible. We also have factory trained field service technicians to assist our customers with training, parts installation or machine maintenance when needed.

Many times an operation may experience problems that go beyond the briquetting or compacting machine. Jay Khodiyar is proud to say that our service staff has individuals with over 19 years of combined hands on operational experience. We would be happy to perform a plant audit of you process and offer our suggestions for improving our customers operation.

Below are a few basic reminders for your maintenance, production and purchasing staff.

  • Each machine is custom designed and manufactured for its particular application and will have unique parts. Please give yourself enough lead-time or stock the appropriate parts.
  • Remember excessively worn parts can cause serious loses in productivity and product quality. Do not wait until the last minute to order your spares. Feel free to discuss your spare needs with our parts and service department. One of our experienced staff will assist you.
  • Have you checked your Collette Ring for wear lately? How about your Tapper Die ?
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Research and Test Facility

  • Jay Khodiyar Briquetting Research is actively engaged in developing and demonstrating new briquetting and compacting applications. Our laboratory is equipped with bench scale, pilot plant, and production size briquettes and compactors.
  • We provide the services to our clients, where they would be able to first test their raw materials and then move forward with the procedure. So that they could get confirmation regarding their raw material inputs.