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KDK ceiling fans receive SLS 1600 Energy Efficiency Labelling

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From left:  SLSI Assistant Director M. Sudarman de Costa, SLSI Director M. S. S. Fernando, SLSI Deputy Director General A. Ekanayake, Elite Radio CEO Suren Kundanmal, SLSI Director General Dr. Siddhika G. Senaratne, SLSI Senior Deputy Director Santha Kumar, and SLSI Deputy Director Angelo Perera

KDK, the professionals in IAQ (Indoor Air Quality), once again proves its leadership by being the first ceiling fan to receive the Energy Efficiency Labelling, under the Sri Lanka Standards Institution - SLS 1600 requirements.

In 2007, KDK was also the first brand to be granted the use of the SLS 814 logo on ceiling fans under the Product Certification scheme conducted by Sri Lanka Standards Institution, the scope of which continues to be extended to other models such as the pedestal fan and wall fan. Noting that KDK is and will always be committed to product reliability, innovation and compliance Elite Radio & Engineering Co. Ltd. CEO Suren Kundanmal stated that as the Sole Agent in Sri Lanka, KDK is the only product that provides the Terms and Conditions printed in Sinhala, Tamil and English on the Warranty Certificate - as per the Gazette Notification published by the Consumer Affairs Authority.

In 2019, KDK celebrated its 110th anniversary, proving its reliability over the generations.

In Sri Lanka, KDK has been available since 1959, making it truly ‘A Childhood Brand’. Genuine KDK products are available from their network of dealers islandwide. For more information visit www.eliteradio.com


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