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5 October, 2019

Exporting to more than 60 countries

Elscint has been in the business of manufacturing special purpose feeding systems from the year 1983. However, since inception, it was catering only to customers in India with a negligible presence on the export front. The reasons for this were the scepticsism of most European / American customers about products from India as well perceptions

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12 November, 2018

Elscint provides machining facility for Sinhagad College students

Recently, students of Sinhagad College Pune approached Elscint for sponsorship for participating in an international competition of Aerospace. A team from the college will be participating at the Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition (IREC) conducted by the Experimental Sounding Rocket Association (ESRA), USA. The project, titled APJ, is an outcome of likeminded students coming together to

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19 June, 2018

White Paper on using PLC with Vibratory Feeders

Many times, vibratory bowl feeders are used in machines where there is a PLC. If proper care is not taken during the wiring, it results in there being problems with the functioning of the vibratory feeders. It can result in variation in the speed or else can result in the vibratory feeders behaving irrationally. Hence,

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22 January, 2017

Elscint starts accepting Credit Cards

To make it easier for customers to pay from anywhere in India, Elscint has recently started accepting payments through Credit Cards on its website. This is also in line with the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s Digital India campaign wherein he has encouraged digital payments. This further goes with Elscint’s commitment to provide ease of

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24 December, 2016

Elscint launches Green Initiative

Elscint has recently carried out a green initiative by starting solar power generation for its in house needs. Elscint has set up a 15 KVA solar power plant on its premises which take care of 80% of its power requirements. Excess power generated, if any, is transferred to the electricity grid. Solar. Solar energy is,

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