NGEF was incorporated as a company in 1956 in partnership with the former company Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft (AEG) of Germany. It had six divisions — transformer, motors, switchgear, power electronics, semi conductor devices and mechanical engineering. The company was once a leader in pumps, electric motors and switch gears in Bangalore, in the state of Karnataka, India was an ISO 9001 certified company with German collaborators and known for technology.
Avenger Air Defense System ECU/PPU
FMS designed compact, highly efficient Environmental Control Unit and Prime Power Unit for the generation of Avenger Air Defense System vehicles which featured a manned turret. The ECU/PPU provides cooling, heating, make-up air and electrical power to the Avenger turret.
The entire ECU/PPU System gross weight is under 440 pounds which includes sufficient fuel for eight hours of operation. The System also provides 12,500 Btu/hr cooling capacity and 6.0 kW at 28-vDC power output (with voltage ripple independent of the engine speed or load at less than 100 mV RMS).
Cosmodyne (Cryogenic Solutions))
ASPEN plant is a medium sized air separation plant designed to produce liquid nitrogen, oxygen and, as an option, liquid argon by cryogenic distillation of atmospheric air. In addition, when operating in maximum oxygen mode, gaseous nitrogen is also available. The these plants are designed to meet the most severe operating conditions. This system is self-contained and can be completely installed outdoors. The plants require a source of cooling water, power supply and a simple foundation.
Boeing Satellite Development Center
Boeing introduced the 702 spacecraft family in 1995, and today more than two dozen are flying, with over a dozen more currently in production. The powerful, scalable 702 product line offers flexible designs and can support payload power ranges from 3 kilowatts up to more than 25 kilowatts to meet the needs of customers seeking satellites in wide power ranges. When the space mission calls for smaller satellite solutions, Millennium Space Systems delivers full service, end-to-end solutions to meet demanding national security requirements.
Marvin Land Systems (MLS)
MLS has expertise with Environmental Control Units (ECUs) and related sub-systems, including air handling systems, propulsion cooling fans and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) defense systems.
Products are based on the latest HVAC technology and utilize cutting edge aerodynamic design to provide high efficiency systems which meet stringent U.S. Army requirements. They are adept at providing modernization options to replace obsolete designs or retrofitting vehicles which lacked ECU’s when first fielded.