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WearCheck powers through electricity blackouts

WearCheck customers can rest assured that the latest round of loadshedding woesplaguing South Africa will not have a detrimental effect on the processing of samples, as every one of the company’s major laboratories has a powerful back-up generator.

Managing director of WearCheck, Neil Robinson, outlines the company’s power plans, ‘WearCheck is an essential services provider, and many of our clients operate in critically important sectors, such as health care, food production, banking, alternative power generation, aviation, transport and mining. Therefore, despite the significant costs of doing so, we have empowered our labs with the capacity to operate seamlessly with uninterrupted power supplies and generators that kick in automatically as soon as the national electricity supply is cut off during loadshedding.

‘We are determined to stay ahead of the country’s power struggle, and to provide the usual top quality service to which our customers are accustomed.’

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