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WearCheck offers free transformer oil tests to looted businesses

Was your transformer negatively impacted by the civil unrest that decimated many businesses in KZN and Gauteng in July?

If so, condition monitoring specialists, WearCheck, are offering free transformer oil testing for the next six months, until February 2022, for any businesses whose buildings were vandalised during the riots.

Gert Nel, transformer division manager for WearCheck extends a sincere offer of assistance. ‘We are reaching out a helping hand to support the business community after the traumatising riots and looting, which severely affected many companies and staff, our own included.

‘In the spirit of nation-building, we want to help businesses, whether or not they are existing WearCheck customers, to be able to operate again as quickly and as safely as possible.

‘Our transformer team is standing by to assist affected companies. Where maintenance work is needed, we will conduct both pre- and post-repair tests at no cost.’

  • To book a free transformer oil test, email gertnel@wearcheck.co.za.  Alternatively, please visit www.wearcheck.co.za or call WearCheck’s head office on +27 (31) 700-5460.
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