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Conical gains new power supply agency

14 November 2012 News

Hengfu Corporation, a leading Chinese manufacturer of industrial switching power supplies, has appointed Conical Technologies as its agent for the SADC region and the nearby islands.

Hengfu’s self-financed new factory in Shanghai Songjiang covers an area of 16000 m² and manufactures power supplies incorporating AC-DC and DC-DC technology, PFC, open-frame, battery charger, din rail, LED driver and custom-designed switching power supplies, for a total product offering of more than 5000 models.

The company is ISO9001 certified by SGS. Over 50 product series have acquired UL, TUV, CB, CE, CCC approval, and more are underway. All of its products are put through ATE, ICT, ROHS testing, environmental testing, EMC testing and burn-in tests.

Hengfu’s market reputation is such that it was selected as the main switch-mode power supply supplier for the Beijing Olympic Games, 60th National Anniversary ceremony and Shanghai Expo 2010.

According to Hengfu’s management, Conical Technologies was identified as a company with a good service record and which will promote the product range in South Africa and across the continent.

For more information contact Daniel Haywood, Conical Technologies, +27 (0)12 345 1545, daniel.haywood@conical.co.za, www.conical.co.za



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