Servotech noted it will be providing the concentrators to hospitals, foundations, medical institutions, corporate institutions and other relevant stakeholders in the need of the product
Servotech Power Systems Ltd, an NSE listed company and a manufacturers of LED Lights, Solar panels and UVC disinfection products, announced the manufacturing of Oxygen Concentrators at their facility near Kundli border, New Delhi. They plan to roll out 1,00,000 concentrators by March 2022.
The company will be retailing these oxygen concentrators, starting from Rs 35,000 onwards, in two variations – 5 LPM & 10 LPM. Servotech has also extended its range of meaningful associations by partnering with IIT Jammu & IISER Bhopal for technology transfer for manufacturing of Oxygen Concentrator in India, aiming to make their product appreciatively indigenous.
“Everybody witnessed the hurried rush for oxygen concentrators when the second wave hit India. Centre and states made immense efforts to augment the supply of oxygen, with private sector companies also pitching in. And as predicted by experts, the third wave of Covid-19 is expected too, which can be handled with better preparedness. While we were already contributing by manufacturing oxygen concentrators at an affordable price, we realised that the parts of the concentrators weren’t made in India. However, while we were making our fair contribution, we were also working on making the concentrators entirely made in India,” MD, Servotech, Raman Bhatia.
Servotech noted it will be providing the concentrators to hospitals, foundations, medical institutions, corporate institutions and other relevant stakeholders in the need of the product. The company had also ventured into supplying UVC and Far-UVC devices used for sterilization of large spaces and surfaces.
This was in 2020, and the same year the when the German government joined hands with Servotech & proposed investment in a new plant and machinery for setting up of manufacturing facility for UVC Disinfectant products. This project promotes the Vocal for Local drive.