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Why maintenance planning and scheduling may fail – part 2

The six principles of maintenance scheduling are key elements to implement when tackling a maintenance “to do” list efficiently. So says Raymond Chizu, sales developer at WearCheck Zimbabwe. ‘The six principles cover...

Brand new WearCheck labs open in Kathu, Johannesburg

Kathu, the iron ore capital of the Northern Cape province, is where condition monitoring specialist company, WearCheck, recently opened its newest laboratory. While for many years there has been a WearCheck office in...

The role of oil analysis in wind turbine reliability

ACCORDING to a new analysis published by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), South Africa added 515 MW of new wind capacity in 2020, cementing its wind leadership on the African...

WearCheck offers free drinking water tests to flood-ravaged KZN

Some of the worst floods in living memory wreaked havoc on KZN last week, leaving nearly 500 people dead, many more still missing, thousands of people displaced and causing extensive damage...

WearCheck CT consolidates in Brackenfell

CONDITION monitoring specialists, WearCheck, and the company’s sister operation - Set Point Water laboratories have consolidated its Cape Town transformer and water testing laboratories under one modern facility in Brackenfell. The Groups...

WearCheck- Bulletin 2; A New Perspective on Modern Day Maintenance

  For more information visit the website: WearCheck

WearCheck- Bulletin 1; A New Perspective on Modern Day Maintenance

  For more information visit the website: WearCheck

WearCheck embraces communication tech

One of the latest technological innovations employed by condition monitoring specialists, WearCheck, is enabling the company’s sophisticated online system to send customers their reports via WhatsApp. Managing director, Neil Robinson, says WearCheck...

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...


Renewable energy component market will be worth R468-billion by 2030 –...

By Larry Claasen SOUTH Africa’s energy crisis, along with the global move to environmental sustainability has the potential to be a big economic drive, says...


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