CT Engineering is committed to developing and manufacturing reliable high quality, high performance transaxles, gearbox drive units, motors and brakes for the global market. Recently it has come to our attention that much poorer quality counterfeit products, have come onto the market. These products have a very similar appearance, such as form factor and color; however they are far inferior in quality and reliability and are designed to mislead consumers. If you believe that you have purchased counterfeit CT Engineering products, please contact us immediately at info@ctEngineering.com.tw. We are pleased to provide assistance.
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Ultra Quiet Operation. Make you feel comfortable all the time.
Due to an increasing number of requests for better noise reduction in electric vehicles such as hospital buggies and cabin mobility scooter, we developed our S-Series transaxle. The latest noise reduction technology is used extensively in our S-Series transaxle to ensure ultra-quiet smooth operation.
Friction noise is reduced by using precision gear design and processing.
Vibration noise is reduced by using a rugged and high-precision structural design.
Rotation noise is reduced by optimizing the design of the motors and brakes.
According to the report, global demand for service robotics market was valued at USD 6.5 billion in 2014 and is expected to generate revenue of USD 17.2 billion by end of 2020, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 17.8% between 2015 and 2020.
Zion Research has published a new report titled “Service Robotics Market (Professional Service Robots And Personal Service Robots) Market For Health Care, Defense, Agriculture, Entertainment, Logistics, Aerospace, Infrastructure, Research And Development And Others Applications: Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis And Forecast, 2014 - 2020.”
A service robot is a robot that performs useful tasks such as lawn mowing, automatic floor mopping, dishwashing, and many more for humans apart from their industrial uses. Service robots are used in industries and for domestic purpose to assist human in performing job which are recurring and hard for humans to perform. Furthermore they are used to perform everyday jobs that are repetitive, dull, dangerous, and dirty. There are two major types of service robots such as professional service robots and personal service robots. Personal service robots used for a non-commercial job and professional service robot used for a commercial task and operated by a well trained operator.
The international rehabilitation and care industry has its sights set on REHACARE Düsseldorf 2016, Germany. Some 950 exhibitors from 34 countries are meeting from 28 September to 1 October for their biggest trade fair event where they will present innovative products and services enabling people with disabilities, care needs and in old age to lead largely self-determined lives.
“We are expecting a terrific event in every respect, one that will clearly surpass the superlative figures of the comparable REHACARE 2014 of 900 exhibitors on some 30,000 square metres of exhibition space,” says Joachim Schäfer, Managing Director of Messe Düsseldorf. ......
Those aren’t words usually associated with power wheelchairs, but they keep popping up in conversation after conversation about the WHILL, a new “personal mobility device” designed and brought to market by a team of former auto industry designers. After five years of design and testing, a good degree of Internet fame and a successful funding campaign that resulted in $11 million, the WHILL — pronounced like “will power,” not “wheel” — is finally available to a nationwide market.
With a low-profile frame highlighted by two white arms emerging from just in front of the rear wheels, the WHILL resembles a wheelchair that was ripped off the set of a futuristic sci-fi movie more than it does any power chair currently on the market.
EX-ARMY corporal Andy McIntosh has broken a world record by driving 1011 miles from John O’ Groats to Land’s End on his 8mph mobility scooter to raise funds for military charities.
A DISABLED ex- Army corporal has smashed a world record by driving more than 1011 miles from John O’ Groats to Land’s End – on his 8mph mobility scooter.
Andy McIntosh, 42, completed the epic ride in just 16 days and eight hours. Andy took on the challenge to raise cash for several military charities which have supported him over the years.
They include Poppy Scotland, SSAFA, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, Erskine and Soldiers off the Streets. Andy left John O’ Groats at 8am on Tuesday, May 5 on his Breeze S4 GT mobility scooter and eventually arrived in Land’s End on Wednesday, May 20.Two Klyde Mobility engineers and a Scottish TGA retailer supported him as far as Gretna Green where his pal Alan Stobo took over the support role.
Track marshal's race against boredom as he attempts to ride 200 miles in 24 hours on an electric mobility scooter
Potential record breaker Steve Tarrant has assembled a pit crew, secured the use of a famous race circuit and obtained a thoroughbred vehicle. Now he must endure potentially the most tedious 24 hours of his life if he wants to enter the Guinness Book of Records.
Tarrant is hoping to crack the record for longest distance travelled in 24 hours on an electric mobility scooter this weekend, two years after his previous attempt was agonisingly disallowed by record officials because the track hadn’t been surveyed properly beforehand.
This time Tarrant has made sure the purpose-built track, a coned-off area next to the Goodwood circuit in West Sussex, conforms to the Guinness guidelines before he attempts to travel 200 miles within the timeframe at speeds of around 10mph...
TGA Breeze 4S GT and converted Supersport (ridden by Richard Hammond) complete extreme mobility scooter challenge on BBC Top Gear
TGA was approached by the BBC with a view to loaning a scooter for the programme which Daniel Stone, TGA Managing Director explains: “TGA is well known across the UK for supplying the most reliable and robust scooters in the marketplace, however when the Top Gear researchers contacted us, I knew this forthcoming challenge would push our products to the absolute limit. The challenge was to involve a dramatic race between two teams up a rugged mountain on the Glanusk Estate in the Brecon Beacons, Wales. Three disabled war veterans in association with the charity Help for Heroes were to compete against the BBC Top Gear presenters who would ride radically customised second hand scooters.”
RoHS, stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances, also known as Directive 2002/95/EC, originated in the European Union and restricts the use of specific hazardous materials found in electrical and electronic products. All applicable products in the EU market after July 1, 2006 must pass RoHS compliance.
This directive pertains to manufacturing of various types of electronic and electrical equipment without the use of six different hazardous materials: lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (CrVI), polybrominated biphenyls (PBB), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE), and four different phthalates (DEHP, BBP, BBP, DIBP).
REACH, stands for Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals, is a regulation of the European Union, adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals, while enhancing the competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry. It also promotes alternative methods for the hazard assessment of substances in order to reduce the number of tests on animals.
REACH places the burden of proof on companies. To comply with the regulation, companies must identify and manage the risks linked to the substances they manufacture and market in the EU. They have to demonstrate to ECHA how the substance can be safely used, and they must communicate the risk management measures to the users.
ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). It applies to the processes that create and control the products and services an organization supplies, and prescribes systematic control of activities to ensure that the needs and expectations of customers are met.
ISO 9001 is designed and intended to apply to virtually any product or service, made by any process anywhere in the world.
ISO 13485 is the internationally recognized standard for quality management systems in the medical device industry. It specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices, and that related services consistently meet customer requirements and applicable regulatory requirements.
It is designed and intended for use by organizations for the design and development, production, installation, servicing and sales of medical devices.
DNV (Det Norske Veritas) was established in 1864 and is an independent, autonomous foundation with the purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment. It is an independent foundation with 300 offices worldwide and presence in more than 100 countries.
DNV is a global provider of services for managing risk, helping customers to safely and responsibly improve their business performance. They are one of the leading global providers of accredited management systems certification such as ISO 9001 - Quality Management.
As of September 12 2013, DNV and GL have merged to form DNV GL. Today DNV GL is well positioned as a global player within the maritime, oil and gas, and energy industries as well as food and health care to meet new challenges, while balancing the needs of business and society.
Norwegian Accreditation (NA) is the Norwegian body for accreditation of:
Laboratories and sampling organisations
EU ETS verifiers
Environmental verifiers (EMAS)
Accreditation is a means to establish confidence in the quality of products and services world wide, through mutal acceptance of results of services provided in compliance with relevant standards and multi lateral agreements (MLA) of accreditation.
Norwegian Accreditation is also the Norwegian monotoring body for Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) inspections, according to OECD's GLP principles.