India has emerged as strong
entity in Global business platform. Indian investments in African Continent,
from both public and private sector, have increased considerably in the last
decade playing an important role in India’s development cooperation efforts in
Africa. Indian investments which are primarily focused on Energy and Power
Sector continues to shine in African Countries.
Protonix Fortuner India
Private Limited has a very strong infrastructural network nationwide and with
their strategic investment, their foot hold continues to grow strong in African
Since Africa is the second
largest continent the demand in local market for power backup solutions remains
high considering the population and Protonix Fortuners strive to meet the
demand by manufacturing and supplying quality products making them the leaders
in the industry. Customers are becoming increasingly conscious about what they
are buying, the quality, reliability and the impact of the product on its
Steep Increase in orders
received by Fortuners testifies the Design Skill, product quality and product
products manufactured and exported by various companies include:
sine wave inverter - The output wave-form is a sine-wave with very low harmonic distortion and clean
power like utility supplied electricity. Inductive loads like microwaves and
motors run faster, quieter and cooler. Reduces audible and electrical noise in
fans, fluorescent lights, audio amplifiers, TV, fax and answering machines.
based sine wave inverters - they most likely are constructing a
better looking sine wave with integer frequency multiples of square waves.
Having a DSP (digital signal processor) inside controlling the power supply to
keep the output sinusoidal.
Frequency inverters - Normally, on a high-frequency inverter,
the surge capacity or surge power of the inverter is about two times that of the continuous output of
the inverter. High frequency power inverters typically drive the
transistors at a high frequency closer
to 50 KHz or higher.
on Grid Inverters - They regulate the voltage and current received from
your solar panels.
Direct current (DC) from your solar
panels is converted into alternating current (AC), which is the type of
current that is utilized by the majority of electrical appliances.
Batteries, Industrial Inverters, LCD Inverters and more.
Power Back Up Industry In African Countries is among the most demanding and
grooming industry and most of Indian Manufacturers have shared the market share
in the same.
we feel proud that we also serving the African Nations with our quality
products and have received a lot of trust and love from the people of these
are quite committed to serve these nations always with our superior power back