Manufacturing Process

Manufacturing Capabilities

All of our production departments are well equipped with the latest, machinery which is imported from Germany and England, and well-staffed with the expert technicians.


Raw Material Department

Lapa Master Industry always purchases best quality stainless steel raw material from steel manufacturers or import directly from Japan, France and Germany when need to do so.


All kinds of series i.e., 304, 410 and 420 of stainless steel are used for production of Surgical Instruments. At Lapa Master Industry, we believe that quality can only be achieved through quality raw material. As such, the best quality Raw-materials (Stainless Steel Strips, Round Bars, Stainless Steel Coils and Stainless-Steel Tubes) are purchased and are subjected to composition and hardness testing through our in-house laboratory in order to ensure that only the best materials are passed on to production departments.


Forging Department

Lapa Master Industry has its own forging section where forgings are made through Drop Hammer process by seasoned operators using dyes made of the best quality imported D-2 Steel.


Forging is done by keeping in mind that the geometry of this process is a starting point and does not on any way limit your design freedom.


Milling Department

Milling is used in the surgical instruments industry, defined as the process of cutting, shaping and finishing of an instrument. It is the process that includes turning, welding and fringing. At the Lapa Master Industry, we use the best milling technology which involve cutting away pieces of metal to create dovetails, threads, bevels, slots and ridges.


Grinding (Filing & Setting)

In order to give a final shape to the instrument, our highly skilled craftsman use filling and grinding processes which removes the material from the instrument by abrasion. Then the instrument is keenly observed and set to perform perfect.


Hardness Test (Heat Treatment)

For surgical instruments, the term harness refers to the resistance to bending, scratching, abrasion or cutting. We have in-house Heat Treatment Department equipped with top quality Vacuum Furnace where qualified staff and engineers are engaged in treating the instruments in order to add strength to the steel and perfect the metallurgical composition for further processes.


Polishing Department

The Polishing Department is manned by seasoned workmen using imported chemicals and best quality grinding wheels to ensure the best quality finish. In this department, the instruments are given final finish which includes mirror, satin or matt finishes. The finish is per customer’s requirements.


Tungsten Carbide Department

Lapa Master Industry tungsten carbide department is installed with the best quality imported machinery being manned by the exceptionally well-trained experts using the German Technology. We use German tungsten carbide tips for our instruments.


Coating Department

Our coating department is capable of providing gold plated instruments as well as powder coated instruments depending upon the requirements of the instruments or the customers. Best quality coating related raw materials are used so that no compromise can be made on quality. Furthermore, each coating is inspected for quality before any instrument is passed on to the next department.


Passivation Department

We use high quality imported chemicals in our Passivation Department. Every instrument is boiled test and passivate for 24 hours before packing. If need arises, the instruments are re-passivated so as to eliminate any chances of rusting or corrosion during the life of the instrument. Our instruments are rust-free for life though we give guarantee for five years.


Sandblasting Department

For sandblasting our instruments, we use the machines as well as the best quality sandblasting material, which are operated by skilled & well-trained operators.



We use permanent and long-life high-quality laser etching which produces a wide variety of text and graphic images including our customer’s logo with very detailed and fine image quality.


Quality Control

Our quality control department is involved at all of the processes of manufacturing but before the instrument goes to the packing department, its quality and function is thoroughly checked by our qualified engineers.


Labeling and Packing

Each instrument is initially packed in a poly bag to prevent scratches and then packed in the middle box. Middle boxes are then packed in the carton. The middle boxes are labeled which includes the article number, types and sizes of instruments. We can also arrange packaging and labeling according to the customer’s demand.



After the instruments are packed and labeled, cartons are then move to our in-house warehouse where the complete record of shipments are maintained by our qualified warehouse management.