Hirect sees lot of business opportunities

India is a huge and very significant market for the power and electrical industry, hence, we are bringing the latest in technology to exhibit at this event.
— KR Narayanan, AVP (Corporate), Hind Rectifiers Ltd
  Hind Rectifiers Ltd, also known as Hirect, will be participating in Elecrama for the third consecutive year. Commenting on this KR Narayanan AVP (Corporate) of the company  says, “Participation in Elecrama has helped Hirect for numerous networking opportunities with the knowledge in latest market trends and technology advancement looking into the new industry standards.”
He also observes that a large number of business and technology partnerships are also influenced during the period. “Elecrama is the ideal place for us to engage with the experts of the power electrical industry under one roof,” he adds.
Hirect products on displayIndia is a huge and very significant market for the power and electrical industry. Hence, we are bringing the latest in technology to exhibit at this event, states Narayanan. He also talked about some of the products that Hirect will be displaying at the event.
IGBT based SMPS type rectifiers for metal finishing industry: The main features of the technology is that it saves additional 20 per cent of power consumption compared to conventional rectifiers. It is modular technology and hence capacity can be increased or decreased as per customer’s needs. It is very compact in size, and 85 per cent smaller than conventional rectifiers. It is highly efficient, it has better regulation, and is low ripple compared to the conventional one.
3-Phase and Mid frequency ESP transformer rectifier sets for air pollution control industry: It balances current at the input side. It has very low ripple content (5 to10 per cent) hence higher dust collection.  Improved emission level, thus reduces air pollution.
Scope for business developmentSpeaking on the opportunities that Hirect anticipates from Elecrama 2016, Narayanan says, “We see great business as we get an opportunity to interact with the top decision makers of the industry. So definitely there is lot of business scope and potential for business development.”
Hirect would look forward primarily to connect with specialists from electro-chlorination, electrochemical, air pollution control, metal finishing, defence, R&D, railways and many more such industries. “We also see great opportunities to be associated with renewable energy and clean technology,” Narayanan adds.
Industry performanceThe rapid growth in rail networks, ports, metros, airports, malls and other infrastructure projects has amplified the demand of electricity, significantly. Hence requirement for the electrical equipment within India and across the globe has extensively increased, in the recent years.
However Narayanan observes, “Due to the global recession and economic slowdown, number of projects are kept on hold and some are still under process of clearance. This factor has put the break on the upward graph of performance of electrical equipment market.”

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Hirect sees lot of business opportunities

India is a huge and very significant market for the power and electrical industry, hence, we are bringing the latest in technology to exhibit at this event.
— KR Narayanan, AVP (Corporate), Hind Rectifiers Ltd
  Hind Rectifiers Ltd, also known as Hirect, will be participating in Elecrama for the third consecutive year. Commenting on this KR Narayanan AVP (Corporate) of the company  says, “Participation in Elecrama has helped Hirect for numerous networking opportunities with the knowledge in latest market trends and technology advancement looking into the new industry standards.”
He also observes that a large number of business and technology partnerships are also influenced during the period. “Elecrama is the ideal place for us to engage with the experts of the power electrical industry under one roof,” he adds.
Hirect products on displayIndia is a huge and very significant market for the power and electrical industry. Hence, we are bringing the latest in technology to exhibit at this event, states Narayanan. He also talked about some of the products that Hirect will be displaying at the event.
IGBT based SMPS type rectifiers for metal finishing industry: The main features of the technology is that it saves additional 20 per cent of power consumption compared to conventional rectifiers. It is modular technology and hence capacity can be increased or decreased as per customer’s needs. It is very compact in size, and 85 per cent smaller than conventional rectifiers. It is highly efficient, it has better regulation, and is low ripple compared to the conventional one.
3-Phase and Mid frequency ESP transformer rectifier sets for air pollution control industry: It balances current at the input side. It has very low ripple content (5 to10 per cent) hence higher dust collection.  Improved emission level, thus reduces air pollution.
Scope for business developmentSpeaking on the opportunities that Hirect anticipates from Elecrama 2016, Narayanan says, “We see great business as we get an opportunity to interact with the top decision makers of the industry. So definitely there is lot of business scope and potential for business development.”
Hirect would look forward primarily to connect with specialists from electro-chlorination, electrochemical, air pollution control, metal finishing, defence, R&D, railways and many more such industries. “We also see great opportunities to be associated with renewable energy and clean technology,” Narayanan adds.
Industry performanceThe rapid growth in rail networks, ports, metros, airports, malls and other infrastructure projects has amplified the demand of electricity, significantly. Hence requirement for the electrical equipment within India and across the globe has extensively increased, in the recent years.
However Narayanan observes, “Due to the global recession and economic slowdown, number of projects are kept on hold and some are still under process of clearance. This factor has put the break on the upward graph of performance of electrical equipment market.”

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