Pratex Power Vision is based in India and represents the following Tex Holdings Engineering Division subsidiaries:
Eurotex International are the world-renowned, Lloyd’s registered engine refurbishment specialist offering through-life support of marine, traction and land based diesel engines. Eurotex services include comprehensive workshop overhauls, in situ maintenance, parts supply and reverse engineering of obsolete components. An experienced team of field service engineers are available to attend to customer requirements at a moment’s notice.
G&M Tex design, manufacture and install high specification gensets and control systems for marine vessels such as Royal Navy destroyers and superyachts, offshore environments including oil and gas platforms, and critical backup power systems for airports, data centres and hospitals.
Tex Engineering manufacture road construction machinery, associated asphalt and bitumen processing plant, and a broad range of engineered products including stainless steel kiosks and bespoke trailers for recreational, commercial and military use.
Tex ATC specialises in the design, manufacture and installation of air traffic control rooms. Clients include BAE Systems, Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Feka, Morgan Sindall, NATS and Thales. Tex ATC have been employed as consultants on more than 20 international projects including Manchester Airport (UK), Mina Mussafah Harbour, Abu Dhabi (UAE), Muscat International Airport (Oman), RAFO Thumrait (Oman) and Suvarnabhumi Bangkok International Airport (Thailand). Tex ATC also supply pre-engineered modular air traffic control rooms including the MV8 series, available in three sizes for immediate installation. Other Tex ATC products and services include replacement glass, solar blinds and complete refurbishment.
Tex Special Projects undertake research and development for leading edge engineering consultancies. Specialist supplier of high-specification laminated glazing – including radio frequency-blocking glazing (EMC/EMI/RFI shielding) – for civilian and military applications. Projects include the control room, windows, wipers and blinds for the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carriers. Recipients of the BAE Systems Bronze Design Award for their contribution to technological advances in glazing for the maritime environment.