Turkmenistan plans to export digital measuring equipment

Business Materials 13 May 2019 13:30 (UTC +04:00)

Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, May 13

By Huseyn Hasanov – Trend:

Turkmenistan’s Takyk Tilsimatlar company plans to expand its production of digital measuring equipment and start its export, Trend reports referring to Neytralni Turkmenistan newspaper.

The enterprise, located in the industrial zone of Ak Bugday District of Ahal Region, is equipped with a plasma metal cutting unit, a hydraulic bending press, and welding equipment run on various types of gas.

The company has concluded a long-term contract with the Turkish ESIT company for the supply of electronic components including strain gauges and digital indicators.

Takyk tilsimatlar manufactures innovative mass measurement tools with a range from 15,000 to 150,000 kilograms, the article says. All types of platform, automobile, carriage scales, as well as scales for weighing livestock, are included in the assortment.

These multifunctional measuring devices with a display enable control over raw materials and product shipment, and are also able to take into account the axial and wheel load of automobiles and other types of transport. The parameters of accuracy and ease of operation of industrial electronic scales exceed those of their mechanical counterparts.

At the same time, Takyk Tilsimatlar offers customers a package of services for the maintenance of weighing equipment produced at the enterprise or supplied by other manufacturers. It is planned to expand the production of high-precision parts and assemblies, the processing of a wide range of materials (such as steel and aluminum alloys) with high requirements for accuracy, and the assembly of metal structures (such as tanks and hangars).