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WEG Transformers Africa

Through our two manufacturing facilities based in South Africa, we are one of the largest designers and manufacturers of mini substations and transformers in Africa.

We produce both power and distribution transformers as well as custom engineered mini substations for application specific requirements.

We offer maintenance, repairs and full servicing options for transformers and mini substations. And we operate our own sophisticated in-house oil laboratory for testing and analysis.

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Avoid extended downtime due to inadequate preparation prior to start-up after lockdown

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th May 2020 Evaluate the risk the shutdown posed to Critical Electrical Equipment (CEE) before you start up your plant after lockdown. During normal circumstances, a plant shutdown is a thoroughly planned event where several processes are precisely orchestrated to take equipment out of service, maintained... 

WearCheck offers online training during lockdown

By: Creamer Media Reporter      22nd April 2020 Condition monitoring specialists, WearCheck, have urged mines, power generation operations and other machine-reliant industries to use the lockdown time constructively to upskill their maintenance staff via the company’s distance training courses. Delegates can “attend” the virtual training... 

Trafo Power Solutions

24th January 2020 Trafo Power Solutions was established to cater for the growing appetite and scope for the application of dry-type transformers in Africa. These power solutions are suitable across a wide range of industry including mining. The company offers a wide range of cast resin transformers from 160 kVA to... 

Premier African to have electricity access at Zimbabwe tungsten mine

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th December 2019 London-listed Premier African Minerals’ 49%-owned RHA tungsten mine, in Zimbabwe, will have access to electricity to power all facets of the operations from early January. Zimbabwe Electricity Supplier Authority has provided RHA with a temporary solution whereby it will couple two transformer... 

Data investment: start now for future gains

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th October 2019 Is the present you looking after the future you? Fundamentally, this is what investment in data now means for your business in the future. Consider what could happen if one of the sensors on a critical asset fails without anybody noticing. It could result in a catastrophe when an ageing... 

Reliable Transformers 

27th June 2019 South African transformers manufacturer Reliable Transformers a has been manufacturing quality products since 1982. To keep up with the capacity demands of its exponential growth, owing to customer demand, the company extended its manufacturing facility and built a new office building. The... 

Leonardo fitted with Backup Power from Zest Weg Group

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th June 2019 As Sandton anticipates the completion this year of the Leonardo, the top-end mixed-use skyscraper being constructed by Aveng-Grinaker LTA, Level 1 BBBEE-rated Zest WEG Group has supplied generator sets to keep lights on during outages. The iconic structure, that will dominate the skyline as the... 

Reliable Transformers

14th June 2019 From humble beginnings in 1982, Reliable Transformers (RT) has grown into a leading manufacturer of transformers and related magnetic components, with customers across Southern Africa and beyond. In its 4000 m2 custom-built factory in Benoni, South Africa, RT uses advanced computer numerical... 

ABB wins large power transmission order from China’s State Grid

12th June 2019 ABB’s transformer and high-voltage technology essential part of the world’s largest super grid ABB has won a large order to supply converter transformers and high-voltage equipment for an 800 kilovolt (kV), ultrahigh-voltage direct current (UHVDC) transmission link, owned by the State Grid... 

Taiba N’Diaye wind farm, Senegal

By: Sheila Barradas     31st May 2019 Senegal has started importing turbines for the wind farm. 

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