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Bengaluru based HHV bags National Award from the Govt. of India

Bengaluru based Hind High Vacuum Co. Pvt. Ltd. (HHV), a vacuum science and Technology Company with major clients like HAL, ISRO, BARC, Titan etc, announced that is has bagged the prestigious National Award in the MSME category conferred by the Technology Development Board, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, for successful commercialisation of indigenous technology.

The Award, consisting of a citation and cash award of Rs. 15 lakh, was received by Prasanth Sakhamuri. Managing Director and S. Rama Krishna, Senior Manager, HHV from the President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind at a glittering function held recently at Vigyan Bhavan, Delhi.

“We feel extremely honoured with this recognition from the Govt. of India for our ‘Make in India’ initiative. HHV was selected for this award for its path breaking 3 layer metallization process on Alumina substrates for flight hardware realization catering to the Indian Space Programmes “ said Prasanth Sakhamuri, Managing Director, HHV. “This outstanding product ‘3- layer metallization on alumina substrate’ better known as Thin Film Metalized Circuits realized by populating with various components for use in high frequency RF circuits, was entirely developed by our dedicated team of R&D professionals out of HHV’s facility in Bengaluru”.

“HHV in 2017 had received the prestigious ‘Certification of Qualification’ awarded by Space Application Centre (SAC), ISRO for the same indigenously developed technology and product. The technology required for the end product is an amalgamation of both thought leadership and precise execution leading to a superior finished product. This has been possible through the best in class manufacturing practices and technical intellect at HHV leading to a world class product” added Prasanth Sakhamuri.

Established in 1965 at Bangalore as a specialized enterprise to develop Indian self-reliance in high vacuum technology, HHV today serves a spectrum of Industries and R&D centres covering aerospace, atomic energy, defence, automotive, semi-conductors, electrical, horology, scientific instrumentation, decorative, food processing to name a few. HHV has an advanced research and manufacturing program in thin film technology, material science, metallurgy, astronomy, and special purpose machinery.