Kendeil is an Italian factory with over 40 years of experience in manufacturing high quality large can aluminium electrolytic capacitors and power film capacitors. Actual production range spreads from large can screw terminaI type capacitors with high end performances to snap in terminaI type capacitors mainly used on pcb boards, and to the motor start type for alternate current applications.
A continuous improvement in building technology and automatic computerized machines gives the company a leading role in the market of electronics components, along with competitive priced products and reliability performances.
Founded in 1979 Kendeil started out like a small factory, within years of full commitment and significant investments we have grown to a large-scale manufactory plants, selling our products all over the world in more than 40 different countries.
Today Kendeil’s plants rely on mostly automated production process, designed by expert engineers in order to ensure the highest level of standardize quality for each single component. Each years more than 5 million capacitors leave our factories and start running on many different systems, from Industrial to Medical applications.
Furthermore our Technical team provides an assistance dedicated to all our customers offering them the right product for all their need, we are proud to say that during this 40 years constant grown, the fidelization and satisfaction of our clients represent our biggest achievement.
Kendeil Group is one of leading producers of:
- Power electronic capacitors for all high-power inverter applications, such as wind and solar power, industrial motor drives, UPS, battery chargers, railways and electric vehicle applications.
- Power transformers (Emiltrafo brand).
These products are made with advanced equipments, integrated technologies and advanced production processes, which are regularly updated to meet the highest international standards in performances and quality.
Kendeil Group has four production plants:
- Gallarate (Italy),
- Sasso Marcon (Italy)
- Bangalore (India)