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    JINPAT Electronics entered into slip ring field in 1996. It is a national high-tech enterprise specializing in the research and development, manufacturing, and sales of slip rings. JINPAT has a senior R&D team that consists of numerous engineers who have ever worked in multinational companies or famous insititutes, which are committed to the development and manufacturing of high-quality slip rings that improve system performance and prevent damage to the wires as they rotate.


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    JINPAT Electronics has passed the ISO9001 quality management system certification, the ISO14001 environmental management system certification, the UL, FCC, CE, RoHS, REACH, BV classification society’s certification, the explosion-proof certification, and it has obtained 55 national patents. Keeping improving and innovating, JINPAT slip rings are not only reliable in performnace, long in lifespan, free in maintenance, but also with the features of high protection grade, anti-explosion, anti-quake, anti-impact, high and low temperature resistance, high

perssure resistance, low electrical noise and low loss of signal transmission.

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    Anelli collettori JINPAT sono stati ampiamente utilizzati in marina, esercito, aviazione e forze di polizia. I nostri  prodotti sono utilizzati anche nella sicurezza, automazione industriale, energia, strumentazione, l'aviazione, il trasporto, l'edilizia, l'energia eolica, la robotica, i campi d'avanguardia medici e altri.


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   JINPAT Electronics ha un rapporto a lungo termine con molti industriali nazionali ed esteri  giganti della tecnologia come GE, Honeywell, CNOOC, BYD, Sany Heavy Industry, Zoomlion, SUZLON, AVIC, CASC, CASIC, CETC, CSIC, e Sud Surveying & Mapping. JINPAT si impegna a un esito win-win con i propri clienti, fornendo prodotti e servizi di qualità.


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