Japanese companies have been expanding their business to China, South east Asia, India these years.
I have been working here for two weeks from 5thAugust and experienced quite good things. In this article, I will describe about my experiences and what is my opinion regarding this, that also I will cover here.
In our last blog (Indian Water Supply Guideline – Part 1 & Indian Water Supply Guideline – Part 2) of this series we discussed about the water supply for residential properties and as well as buildings other than residences which clearly mention the importance of water in our day to day life and a useful guideline for architects and consultants, who plays a major role in designing a home or a commercial building.
BELTECNO is expending its wings and targeting the western and southern region as a potential business hub, as so many projects are coming, as per the last years (2018) Startup data received from JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), refer the image below.
Beltecno’s SS panel tanks are prospering in the Indian industries and it is always a proud moment for the Beltecno family to know that we are moving ahead and trying to replace the conventional methods with the latest advanced Japanese technology in the field of water tanks in India.
Beltecno is a major supplier of plate type heat exchanger in Japan for a long time. Our PHE (Plate Heat Exchanger) consists of corrugated metal plates with holes to transfer the two heat fluids through. (Can be seen in the below picture where red aero indicates Hot fluid and Blue indicates Cold fluid)
Two pressure plates hold the pressure pack together with tightening bolts. Sealing gaskets sitting at the perimeter of plates, guide the flow of fluid alternatively to each flow channel.
Nature Series Part 1: Mount Fuji ----David Moore (Intern at Beltecno)
Mr. David Moore (Intern at Beltecno), whom I have introduced in previous blog, shared his observations on Beltecno tanks installed at different locations. His impression on Beltecno tank has been portrayed in three-part series in his own words.