Monday, 15 May 2017 07:12

African Utility Week

WearCheck will be at the 17th annual African Utility Week, which takes place from 16 – 18 May in Cape Town. This will be the first time that WearCheck attends this global meeting of African power and water utility professionals.

Ian Gray, from WearCheck’s newly-formed transformer reliability services division, will be based at the Doble Engineering stand at booth number J12.

The primary function of the new transformer division is the promotion of transformer health through the regular assessment of insulating fluid and diagnosis of the results.

Please come and meet Ian and chat about how we can help you reduce maintenance costs for your transformers, as well as boosting their availability and improving productivity.

For more infomation on the show and to activate your exhibition free pass please click visit http://www.african-utility-week.com

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