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News

A chronology of news about new product releases and updates, customers and interesting applications for TSi Elecpower products, as well as press releases and other newsworthy events.

New developments at Hwashin Automotives, Chennai:

It is my pleasure to inform you that TSi has added another feather to its cap. After successfully using 79 nos. of our VRp- Precision PWM Line Conditioners for an year on their Robotic Welding Machines, Hwashin’s trust on our technology has grown multifold & resulted in a repeat order of 60 more VRp’s for their next expansion phase. These would be installed in Feb & March 2014.

The customer, M/s Hwashin Automotive India-Sriperambadur (part of Hwashin group-Korea) are the major body-parts ancillary to the 2nd largest automobile manufacturer of India, Hyundai Motors-Chennai (belonging to the Korean multinational Hyundai). Last year, after extensively testing our modern technology, They had placed their maiden order of 79 units on us.

This repeat order marks another major technological success for TSi in the Indian automobile sector, currently undergoing major expansions. I am sure it will be a great enabler for all of us to convince potential customers to switch to our VRp technology against obsolete servo stabilizer technology, for better productivity of their CNC & robotics applications.

HaaS CNC Machines perform better with TSi-VRp:

In another development, after several months of intense field study, Haas CNC machines have standardized on using TSi- VRp for getting better & trouble-free performance from their CNC machines. We partnered them recently in their exclusive show “HaaSTec2014” at Navi Mumbai.

Many more success stories for TSi-VRp technology are in the making & we will keep informing you from our newsroom.

This is also an opportunity to thank all our customers, well-wishers & partners for their unflinching support to our VRp, a world-class static voltage regulator and power conditioner.

TSi proudly adds M/s Hwashin Automotive India-Sriperambadur to its clientele

TSi- VRp static voltage regulators are satisfactorily serving Indian CNC industry for some time now, at prestigious clients such as Tata Motors-Rudrapur, Schneider Electric-Gurgaon, Ameya Transmission-Pune, Fame Auto-Pune, Micron Machine Tools-Pune, JHT Power-Ahmedabad, Dynamic Looms-Ahmedabad, Jyoti CNC-Pune. This prompted M/s Hwashin Automotive to seriously look at our technology.

M/s Hwashin Automotive -Sriperambadur (part of Hwashin group-Korea) are the major body-parts ancillary to Hyundai Motors-Chennai (belonging to the Korean multinational Hyundai). So when they wanted to decide between our static voltage regulators versus conventional servo stabilizers, their engineers did an elaborate exercise to evaluate our technology advantages vis-à-vis servo stabilizers. They ran their CNC/robotic welding machines on our VRp for weeks non-stop. With this complete satisfactory exercise done by them, they found TSi as the ideal Voltage Regulation device.

We are happy to announce that in March 2013, we have been awarded our 1st project order by them. Project consists of delivering 79 nos. of 3-phase VRp’s for their ongoing capacity expansion. This project marks our major foray into the Indian automobile sector, currently undergoing major expansions.

We take this opportunity to thank all customers, well-wisher and partner for their unflinching support to our VRp, a world-class static voltage regulator.

TSi Achieves Another Milestone

After two months of intense developmental efforts, in end February 2013, we successfully developed TSi- VRp 75KVA Static Voltage Regulators customized for application in Siemens-SOMATOM, Computed Tomography (CT) Machines. First such machine with our 75 KVA VRp has just got operationalized in Parashar Multi Speciality Hospital- Parner, District Ahmednagar; through our joint efforts with our OEM partner M/s Sai Medical Services, Nasik.

 

We take this opportunity to thank all customers, well-wisher and partner for their unflinching support to our VRp, a world-class static voltage regulator.

 

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