Tomsk Plant of Electric Drives (TOMZEL, a subsidiary of Transneft Western Siberia) has summed up the results of its activities for six months of 2021. During this period, the plant produced products worth RUB 728 million.
1,601 units of products were produced, including various types of electric drives, Diogen devices for flushing out tanks’ bottom sediments and control systems for their operation, pipeline inspection tools, liquid density transducers, industrial computers, explosion-proof lamps and electric drills. Most of the produced products were delivered to Transneft subsidiaries.
“Expanding the plant's cooperation with external partners is one of the priorities. This year, it is planned to conduct a pilot operation of new product samples at the companies of the oil and gas sector, housing and municipal services. Among the products are an explosion-proof battery-powered electric drill, a densitometer, an electric drive of general industrial design. The latter was developed by the company specifically for third-party customers,” said Sergey Tarabykin, Chief Engineer of TOMZEL.
An important factor for the plant's products promotion to foreign markets, including the Eurasian Economic Union countries, was the receipt by the company of the International Electrotechnical Commission certificate for the Diogen-700-RP-E device for flushing out bottom sediments in tanks with a capacity of 2 to 50 m3 in hazardous areas. Thus, it was confirmed that the equipment meets the requirements of international standards. This certificate is valid in 35 countries around the world. In addition, in June, the certificate of conformity from the Eurasian Economic Union for the Explosion-Proof Battery-Powered Electric Drill was obtained.
In June, TOMZEL’s specialists took part in the Gas. Oil. Technologies industry exhibition in Ufa. The plant presented special-purpose equipment of its own production for the oil and gas industry companies: the TN-densitometer-25-6.3 fluid density transducer and the Diogen 500/600/700-SPM device for flushing out bottom sediments in tanks with high-viscosity oil and petroleum products. The product samples aroused interest among the participants and guests of the exhibition. A presentation of all types of equipment produced at the plant's operating facilities was organised specifically for representatives of domestic and Belarusian oil and gas companies.
TOMZEL, Transneft Western Siberia subsidiary, was founded in 1998. Its main business area is the development, production and maintenance of specialised products for fuel and energy sector companies. The plant includes 5 production buildings, the total area of which is about 10 thousand m2. The main partners of TOMZEL are Transneft subsidiaries, as well as other leading companies of Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union.