China Power Equipment Offers Two Amorphous Alloy Sources
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
that can be manufactured using an alloy from a domestic Chinese supplier.
primary raw material used in manufacturing our transformer cores.
“As the Chinese-made amorphous alloy enters the market, it may cause the
market price of the alloy to decline, which could narrow the price difference
between amorphous alloy transformers and traditional steel transformers. In
addition, a lower price could accelerate the adoption of amorphous alloy
transformers, especially since the Chinese government is encouraging greater
energy efficiency and lower emissions. The result could be further increases
in the demand for the more energy-efficient amorphous alloy core transformers.
“We believe that having two amorphous alloy suppliers will broaden our
product offering and will give our customers a good choice of alternatives
that will best fit their needs for transformer cores and transformers.”
amorphous alloy cores and transformers made with amorphous alloy from Beijing
Advanced Technology & Science Materials Co., Ltd. (“AT&M”). They found that
those trial products performed with very good characteristics and for some
applications were also more cost-effective. As a result, China Power Equipment
will offer several transformer core products using AT&M’s alloy.
the amorphous alloy that is sourced from Hitachi Metals Co., Ltd.
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.
China is aggressively embracing energy efficiency. China Power Equipment’s
products are a new generation of energy-saving electricity transformers that
typically step-down voltage from 10,000 volts (used in local electric
distribution) to 220 volts (the household voltage in China). China Power
Equipment’s cores or transformers typically use 60 to 70 percent less
electricity to operate than do older steel-core transformers.
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