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Elite Radio and Engineering holds KDK Sales Convention in Bangkok


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Elite Radio & Engineering Co., Ltd. sole authorised distributor for KDK electric fans hosted ten sales partners to a Sales convention and tour recently.  A total of 15 delegates from Japan, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka participated in the seminar, where the new ceiling fan with the latest safety device was introduced.

The new safety device is cut-off safety switch, which cuts out the power in case of heavy wear and tear on the bolt due to poor installation methods. KDK ceiling are therefore equipped with four (4) safety devices: Safety wire to prevent the body falling off; New cut-off safety switch; Thermal fuse in case of high voltage and Safety plate between blade and motor housing. Elite Radio & Engineering Co., Ltd. is the dealer for DAIKIN Air Conditioning equipment, TOA sound and conference systems, Godrej safes and safety deposit lockers and Lady Smith Kitchen Mixers / grinders.


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