China Power Equipment Receives Notification of Acceptance for Two New Patents
Inc. (“China Power Equipment” or “China Power” or the “Company”)
(OTC Bulletin Board: CPQQ), the manufacturer of a new generation of energy
saving electric transformers and transformer cores in
its two new patent applications from China’s State Intellectual Property
Office. After the Notification of Acceptance, it can take up to one year for
the State Intellectual Property Office to complete the process for the patents
to be granted.
said, “China has embarked on an ambitious mission to dramatically increase
energy efficiency nationwide. This will have a major improvement, not just on
the economy but also on the environment.
“Our products are perfectly aligned with the government policies and,
therefore, should continue to be in high demand. Nevertheless, we cannot rest
with our current success. It is important that our engineers, technicians, and
entire research and development department continue to improve the quality,
safety, and cost-effectiveness of our products. These two pending patents are
a testament to their hard work, extensive technical skills, and drive to
innovate. Our sustained investment in research and development should continue
to help create substantial value for our shareholders in the years ahead.”
The pending two new patents are for a Vacuum Oiling Device for amorphous
alloy transformer (pending patent number 201020195939.5) and another new type
of amorphous alloy transformer (pending patent number 201020195940.8). In the
traditional production process for transformers, oil is injected into the oil
box from the top of the box, which could easily carry impurities into the box
and could lead to a lower insulation level and, in some cases, an explosion of
the transformer. The Vacuum Oiling Device prevents the ingestion of air, water,
and other impurities during the injection of oil and will ensure that the oil
can deliver the highest insulation level for the transformer. The new design
and process can also reduce the production and testing time by as much as two
days. The new type of amorphous alloy transformer also effectively lowers the
cost of production and the transformer’s operating noise level.
About China Power Equipment, Inc.
China Power Equipment, Inc., is a U.S. corporation, which through its
wholly-owned subsidiary, An Sen (
and its affiliated operating company, Xi’an Amorphous Zhongxi Co., Ltd.,
designs, manufactures, and distributes amorphous alloy transformer cores and
amorphous alloy core electricity transformers in
amorphous alloy cores and amorphous alloy core transformers.
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