National Unitary Company Elektrodvigatel (Mogilev) exported 71,300 electric engines to Russia in January-April 2008, or 26% up on the year, Vice Director Fedor Trofimovich told Interfax.
On the whole the company exported 76,000 engines in January-April. Exports rose by 24.3% on the year to $12.5 million in value terms.
Over the period in question the company made BYR 34.7 billion worth of goods (15.7% up). The output of consumer goods grew 11% to reach BYR 8.8 billion.
In January-April 2008 the company produced 109,800 electric engines.
Elektrodvigatel produces various modifications of three-phase motors with short-circuited rotors AIR series with the capacity ranging from 0.12 to 15 kW, mono-phase motors with short-circuited rotors AIR series with the capacity ranging from 0.12 to 2.2 kW as well as three-phase and mono-phase asynchronous motors AIS series. The motors meet CENELEC (DIN) standards and are meant for the European Union market.
The company also offers explosion-protected motors 4BP, 4BC series in high-strength aluminium shells for the petrochemical and gas industries. The motors' explosion protection level is 1ExdeII BT4. The fulcrum pin height of the motors equals 100 and 112 mm, wattage - 1.5-5.5 kW and 5-7.5 kW.
Elektrodvigatel also produces electric acoustical signal devices for alarm systems and a wide range of consumer goods, including electric juicers, polyphonic door bells, electric sharpeners, home desktop machine tools, household electric pumps, and other household goods.
All the certifiable products meet requirements of the Russian and Belarusian safety standards and ISO 9000-2000.
Elektrodvigatel plant was founded in 1945.
Certified goods accounted for 98.2% of the company's output last year, while the share of newly-launched goods was 43.8%.