Sanden Vikas (India) Ltd.
April 15, 2010 5:49 am
Automobile HVAC from Sanden Vikas
In 1982, before the widespread use of Air-conditioning systems in India, Vikas Group saw the potential for automotive air-conditioning and entered into a Joint Venture with Sanden Corporation of Japan to establish manufacturing facilities for world class Sanden Car Air-conditioning systems in India. Sanden Vikas (India) Ltd. (SVL) was established with manufacturing facilities being set up in the industrial town of Faridabad (Haryana). The company had the distinction of being the pioneer OE supplier of A/C systems to Maruti Udyog Ltd for their M800 car and Omni Van.
SVL has capabilities to design and develop any type of automotive air-conditioning requirements to meet the diverse need of the customers as per local climatic conditions. Over the last two decades, SVL and the Group companies have established and further enhanced its production facilities to manufacture air-conditioning parts like Compressors, HVACs, Blowers, Receiver Driers, Hoses & Pipes, High Precision Machined parts and Injection Moulded parts. SVL has a strong customer base with clients like Suzuki, Honda, Ford, Tata, Fiat, Mahindra & Mahindra to name a few.
Products: Compressors, HVAC Unit, Evaporators, Cooling Units, Condensers, Hose & Pipes, Receiver Driers and Intake Manifolds.
Compressors: Sanden has the unique feature of being the only air-con manufacturer in India to supply three different types of compressors. They are Fixed Displacement (80 to 150 cc configurations, suitable for passenger car, MUV, SUV, Commercial vehicles and heavy duty truck application), TR-Compressors (continuous compression allowing operation at very high speeds. Compact size and high volumetric efficiency. Available in 50cc, 70cc & 90 cc configurations)
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation Air-conditioning) Unit: Provide high degree of comfort and reliability, supported by state-of-the-art technology. Suitable for passenger car, SUV, MUV, LCV and Heavy Duty truck applications.
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