NTSC (Rajkot), Received NABL Certification for Solar Pump Testing Facilities

NTSC (Rajkot), an initiative of The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. has received the NABL certificate for its new solar water pump testing facilities.

NTSC (Rajkot), Received NABL Certification for Solar Pump Testing Facilities
NTSC (Rajkot), Received NABL Certification for Solar Pump Testing Facilities

NEW DELHI- NTSC (Rajkot), an initiative of The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. has received the NABL certificate for its new solar water pump testing facilities. This marks a significant milestone as it becomes the first government solar water pump testing laboratory in the Gujarat region.

The fully automatic solar pump testing set up is equipped with real-time data acquisition, and the testing facility will be in compliance with MNRE/BIS standards/NABL procedures. It covers testing ranges from 1HP to 10HP solar pumps, catering to the needs of MSME units located in the Saurastra Region.

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The creation of these facilities is based on the requirements of the MSME sector in the region. NTSC (Rajkot) has also added the scope for plastic testing laboratory and material testing facilities, which will serve the manufacturers/MSMEs for testing and take maximum benefit of this testing facility.

Shri U.K.Kohli, Centre Head, NTSC (Rajkot), took this initiative on behalf of The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. This development is expected to boost the growth of the MSME sector in the region by providing easy access to high-quality testing facilities.

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The NTSC (Rajkot) has always been at the forefront of promoting the growth of the MSME sector in the region. With the addition of these testing facilities, it has further strengthened its commitment to support the development of the MSME sector.

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