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Motor interests expanded to meet local demandBack
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© Reuse this Specialist in electromechanical engineering Leroy-Somer plays a major role in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning applications throughout Southern Africa.
“In order to cope with increased market demand locally, Leroy-Somer South Africa has expanded its standard motor interests,” says MD Grant Robertson.
“The LS range of motors, drives and gearboxes complies with stringent international quality specifications and can be adapted to suit every user’s specific requirements. “We are able to offer OEMs time and cost savings by integrating customised LS motors onto their products. “Special LS motors are used in heating and cooling applications, like computer room air-conditioning, chillers and fume-extraction fans.” Adapted LS motors, which are protected with special surface finishes, are able to withstand ambient temperatures of between –16
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