Standardisation of these guns by the Indian Navy for all major warships has resulted in optimisation of cost and consolidation of expertise and self-reliance. BHEL is also working on an upgraded version of these guns, with enhanced range, to cater to future requirement of warships, it added.
The state-run engineering firm is a supplier of critical equipment and services in the Defence & Aerospace sector for over three decades.
Towards this, specialised manufacturing facilities and capabilities have already been set up with the aim of making a major contribution towards self-reliance in Defence equipment production and initiatives taken will be a driving force towards the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan of Government of India, the company said.
In addition to the thermal power sector, BHEL offers a broad range of products for the major sectors of the Indian economy.
With focus on growth of non-coal based business, the company offers comprehensive solutions for Transportation, Transmission, Renewables, Energy Storage Systems and e-mobility, Water Management, Defence & Aerospace, Captive Power Generation and Mechanical & Electrical Industrial Products.