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Mr. Rajesh Malhotra Managing Director Everest Blowers Pvt Ltd

The current economic indicators India as a robust fast-growing economy project a very encouraging image of with least risk.

Choose the Right Type of Vacuum Pump

The need to operate under Vacuum is wide spread throughout the Chemical Process Industries (CPI). Distillation, Drying, Flash Cooling and Evaporation, Stripping, Freeze Drying, Impregnation etc. are some among the unit operations processes that frequently take place at less than atmospheric pressure.

Everest Take on Growing Indian Market .

Vacuum industry in India is still in its infancy stage. There are very limited indigenous manufacturers offering products & services to global standards. This has created a market for foreign players and large quantum of advanced vacuum pumps, gauges & allied accessories are being imported.

National Awards-2013 Quality Products in Micro & Small Enterprises (MSMEs)

Shri. Dhruv Malhotra, Managing Director fo M/s Everest Blowers Pvt.Ltd., Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar, established the enterprise in 1997 for the manufacturing for various type of Pumps like Mecanical Vaccum..

Everest Transmission Blower & Vacuum Boosters

Delhi Based ISO:9001:2000 Certified Everest Transmission manufacturer & exports Blower & Vacuum Boosters. The Wide range includes Air Cooled Blowers, Water Cooled Blowrs, Gas Blowers, Mechanical Vacuum Boosters, Dry Vane Pumps, Acoustic Hoods & allied accessories.

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  • Purchase, Annual 2008

Everest Transmission Poised to Capture International Markets

Everest, Pioneers in boosters and blowers, is India’s largest manufacturer of Twin Lobe Rotary Air Blowers and Mechanical Vacuum Boosters.

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  • Purchase, Annual 2008

Everest Blowers Offering a Wide Range of Blower

Everest started manufacturing Twin Lobe Rotary Air Blowers way back in 1980. Over the years the company has expanded its technological base, bringing a wide range of products.

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  • Purchase, October 2009

Industrial Growth Poised to Leap Forward

Bahadurgarh, on of the upcountry areas, rings bell now. Given easy connectivity from Delhi and cheaper land rates, as low as Rs 10,000 – Rs 14,000 per square yard, many industrialists have started their factories in this area.

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  • The Economic Times, 19 November 2010