Singer Mega joins hands with Alpha Thermal Systems’ to promote solar energy products

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Singer (Sri Lanka) PLC and Alpha Thermal Systems (Pvt) Ltd the largest manufacturer of Solar Water Heating Systems have successfully concluded an agreement to promote “Solar Therm” branded solar water heating systems as well as other solar energy lighting products.  This partnership will sell Alpha Thermal Systems’ solar energy products through Singer’s Singer Mega outlets islandwide. In addition to the Solar Therm Solar Water Heating Systems, Singer Mega showrooms will be showcasing other solar energy products of Alpha Thermal Systems (Pvt) Ltd, such as, Solar Home Lighting Systems, Solar Garden Lighting Systems, Solar Street Lighting Systems and Solar Lanterns.

With a reputation for putting its customers first, Singer Mega has maintained its position as the foremost lifestyle store in Sri Lanka and is synonymous with leading brands and excellent service. Singer’s constant pursuit of sustainable value creation through its value proposition has been translated into customer satisfaction. In acknowledgment of this continued recognition, the company recently received public endorsement of its brand at the SLIM Nielsen People’s Awards 2011 for the sixth consecutive year. At this much awaited event, Singer was awarded not only the much contested and most coveted People’s Brand of the Year award, but the People’s Durable Brand of the Year and the People’s Youth Brand of the Year awards too.  

Singer Sri Lanka brings its trusted excellence in products and services to Sri Lankan customers through its widespread chain of retail stores. The retail chain includes Singer Plus in addition to Singer Mega, offering electronics & white goods including Sisil World home appliances and the Singer Homes range of stylish furniture. Singer’s outstanding after sales service is available through seven regional service centers and more than 100 service franchise agents.

Alpha Thermal Systems is the pioneer of alternate, clean energy products in Sri Lanka. Since its inception 28 years ago, the company has counted over 40,000 satisfied customers in Sri Lanka and the Maldives Islands. Self-imposed stringent quality standards are maintained with an ongoing emphasis on product improvement at its Research and Development unit, enabling the Company to stay abreast of industry developments with a customer-centric focus.

This commitment to product and service excellence is aligned with Singer’s own objectives.  

Like Singer, Alpha Thermal Systems is in the business of providing lifestyle products for an up market clientele. All Solar Therm products are manufactured using high quality materials. The hot water storage tanks are constructed from high grade, corrosion-free stainless steel for customer safety and minimum maintenance. These tanks are insulated with polyurethane foam for superior insulation and minimal overnight heat loss. Solar Therm solar collectors are made of copper, a super conductor of heat and corrosion-free material. These panels are bonded using ultrasonic welding technology for fusion bonding, with black chromating of the copper surface to ensure maximum heat absorption.

A built-in electrical backup booster ensures a hot water supply even during times of heavy use or continuous rainy weather.  These Solar Water Heating Systems are available in a range of capacities for varying requirements and all carry a comprehensive warranty scheme.   

Alpha Thermal Systems seeks to enhance the quality of life of Sri Lankans with clean technology, using local engineering and manufacturing excellence. The company aims to further develop the solar energy products market by offering a complete range of very high quality products, designed for optimum efficiency. To complete the customer experience, it also offers professional installation and after sales services by trained personnel. By partnering with Alpha Thermal Systems, Singer has made a significant statement in promoting eco-friendly appliances for the growing segment of Sri Lankan consumers concerned about polluting their environment.