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Electricfor Electric Heating Elements Awarded in a TEDAGUA Project

Power generation and water treatment is one of the applications that Electricfor electric heating elements can perform in large projects.

Recently, one of these projects carried out by TEDAGUA, a member of the COBRA GROUP (ACS), was awarded...

Flexible Electric Heating Elements for the Defrost Range

Electricfor, with armored electric heating elements for defrosting, leads the national industrial refrigeration market, being present among the main manufacturers in the sector. To this end, it offers a wide range of flexible tubular heaters specially designed to obtain a top quality product, the so-called Defrost Range.

Heaters with a wide range of possibilities

Electricfor's Electric Batteries at Miņano Technology Park

The Miñano Technology Park (Alava), considered one of the best energy storage laboratories in southern Europe, houses a new test and prototyping room for thermal storage since November 15th, in which two sets of electric batteries designed and manufactured by Electricfor have been installed.

These battery packs are installed in two thermal loops - oil and air - and provide automated management and continuous fluid handling...

Sixth Anniversary Celebration of the Electricfor Headquarters Opening in Bangalore

Recently, Electricfor's headquarters in Bangalore (India) celebrated its sixth opening anniversary in the purest Hindu style, with the so-called Puja - a prayer ritual primarily aimed at showing devotional worship to one or more deities or the celebration...

Electricfor's Electric Heating Elements in the New High-Speed Railway Line to Mecca

The high-speed railway line linking the Muslim cities of Mecca and Medina was inaugurated on September 25th. Twelve Spanish companies have participated in the construction of this new railway line, and Adif and Renfe will be in charge of its maintenance, operation and exploitation for a period of 12 years.

The 35 trains...