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Press Office - Zest WEG Group Generator Sets

Zest WEG Group Generator Sets

Zest WEG Group Generator Sets, located in Cape Town, offers access to locally manufactured fit-for-purpose generator sets. Standard off-the-shelf diesel generator sets and custom-built application-specific units are available, in either stationary or portable configurations from 20 kVA up to 2 500 kVA and can be increased upwards with multiple synchronised sets. All generator sets are supported by customised service and maintenance agreements.

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Weg W22xd Flameproof Motors Fully Ex Certified

     2nd October 2017 The WEG W22Xd flameproof motor, available from Zest WEG Group, meets worldwide standards for use in hazardous applications including the mining, chemical and oil and gas sectors. The W22Xd motor is certified in line with European ATEX and International IECEx standards. ATEX/IECEx certified, WEG... 

New hyperscale Gauteng data centre confirms significant African appetite

By: Schalk Burger     1st September 2017 The new Riverfields Hyperscale Data Centre Facility being built in Riverfields, Ekurhuleni, is an indication of the continuing growth in demand for hosting services in Africa, says neutral data centre firm Teraco Data Environments CEO Lex van Wyk. The demand is driven by big data and cloud... 

Barloworld to install 7 MW solar power installation at Namibia mine

By: Anine Kilian     28th August 2017 Gold producer B2Gold has appointed Caterpillar and Cat dealer Barloworld to supply a 7 MW solar power plant at the Otjikoto mine, in Namibia. The full system, including Cat photovoltaic (PV) solar modules and the Cat microgrid master controller (MMC), will be used to reduce reliance on a heavy... 

Richards Bay dry bulk terminal commissions harbour cranes

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     29th June 2017 Two 144 t mobile harbour cranes [MHC], moved from Maydon Wharf, in Durban, to the Richards Bay dry bulk terminal [DBT] have been fully commissioned, Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) said on Thursday. The move entailed lifting the MHCs with the help of heavy lift gear cranes. This was followed by a... 

Muzizi hydroelectric project, Uganda

By: Sheila Barradas     16th June 2017 The Uganda Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development plans to build a 44.7 MW hydroelectric facility along the Muzizi river. 

Virtual Reality tool an aid to generator set training

By: Anine Kilian     5th May 2017 Generator distributor Cummins demonstrated its recently launched Virtual Reality training and marketing device at the Power & Electricity World Africa (PEWA) Exhibition last month. The Cummins exhibit showcased two sets of high-technology equipment for media and customers. 

Off-grid solutions prove highly effective for specified needs

     28th April 2017 With more than 600-million people in Africa lacking access to clean, affordable and reliable energy, new technological developments such as off-grid solutions are becoming increasingly important. Power generation company Cummins specialises in the design and manufacture of pre-integrated... 

Generator giant to expand its Southern Africa network

By: Robyn Wilkinson     21st April 2017 Power generation equipment developer Himoinsa’s new subsidiary, Himoinsa Southern Africa, will provide a base from which the company can develop its geophysical footprint in Southern Africa by expanding and supporting its existing distribution network. 

Platinum needs marketing, marketing and more marketing – RBPlat 

By: Martin Creamer     28th February 2017 Embattled platinum needs ongoing marketing, with producers needing to invest in the promotion effort and ensure that the metal does not continue to be demonised by the anti-diesel hype, Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) CEO Steve Phiri told investors, unionists, analysts and journalists on... 

Ritchie Bros. celebrates 20 years of auctions in Dubai

     5th December 2016 Unreserved auction on Dec. 13 & 14 marks two decades of auctions in the United Arab Emirates Over the last two decades, more than 120,000 items have been sold at Ritchie Bros.’ auctions in Dubai. The company will celebrate its 20th anniversary in the United Arab Emirates with a Dubai auction on... 

Indian vehicle and equipment group adds gensets to SA offering

By: Irma Venter     18th November 2016 Vehicle distributor Mahindra South Africa (SA) will add another product to its portfolio this month, when the company will introduce a range of generator sets (gensets) to the local market. Mahindra SA is a subsidiary of the Indian Mahindra & Mahindra conglomerate. 

Rolls-Royce unit eyeing Southern African gas-to-power prospects

By: Terence Creamer     17th November 2016 Power systems group Rolls-Royce aims to use a newly inaugurated 100 MW gas-fired power station at Ressano Garcia, in southern Mozambique, as a key reference plant, as several countries in the region consider their gas-to-power options. The plant is owned and operated by the independent power... 

BESPOKE ready-to-go power systems from Australia are set to stabilise the energy flow in Micronesia.

     2nd November 2016 Electrical systems manufacturer RJE Global Pty Ltd is building two diesel generators at its headquarters in Adelaide, South Australia, which it will install in the Pacific nation next month. The company provides tailored electrical services to the global mining and heavy industrial sectors... 

Mahindra SA to add generator sets to its product portfolio

By: Irma Venter     25th October 2016 Vehicle distributor Mahindra South Africa (SA) will add another product to its portfolio in November, when the company will introduce a range of generator sets (gensets) to the local market. Mahindra SA is a subsidiary of the Indian Mahindra & Mahindra conglomerate. 

Maximising Production Through Standby Power Generation Solutions

     18th October 2016 Cummins has ensured uninterrupted power supply at Peninsula Beverages (PenBev) – a Cape Town-based independent bottling company that holds the rights to manufacture and distribute the products of The Coca-Cola Company within the Western and Northern Cape – after the successful supply,... 

ABB inaugurates its first South African microgrid at Longmeadow headquarters 

     14th July 2016 Automation technology group ABB has commissioned an integrated solar-diesel microgrid installation at its 96 000 m2 Longmeadow facility in Johannesburg. This is the group’s first microgrid in South Africa. Mia Breytenbach tells us more.  

Offering Complete Confidence, Certainty And Comfort

     11th July 2016 It is never just about supplying products or technical support to the market. It is also about implementing best practice across all companies and in particular manufacturing operations. Louis Meiring, chief executive officer of the Zest WEG Group, says that it is this operating philosophy that... 

Microgrid technologies can help unlock electrification

By: Mia Breytenbach     24th June 2016 Large scale centralised generation will increase with the development of grid solutions, which will include an increase in focus on microgrid and standalone home systems, as well as off-the-grid, distributed generation solutions, expects advisory firm PWC Power, Capital Projects, and... 

Mahindra aims to bring its tractor range to South Africa

By: Irma Venter     24th June 2016 Mahindra & Mahindra, the India-based global conglomerate active in more than 100 countries, aims to bring its tractor range to South Africa, says Mahindra agri, and Africa and South Asia operations president Ashok Sharma. “It will probably be the first of a range of products to come to South... 

ABB inaugurates its first South African microgrid at Longmeadow headquarters

By: Mia Breytenbach     8th June 2016 Automation technology group ABB has commissioned an integrated solar-diesel microgrid installation – the group’s first microgrid in South Africa – at its 96 000 m2 Longmeadow facility in Johannesburg. The Longmeadow site hosts ABB’s head offices and logistics and manufacturing centre. 

Mahindra mulls entering SA tractor, truck markets

By: Irma Venter     6th June 2016 Mahindra & Mahindra, the India-based global conglomerate active in more than 100 countries, aims to bring its tractor range to South Africa, says Mahindra agri, and Africa and South Asia operations president Ashok Sharma. “It will probably be the first of a range of products to come to South... 

Telecoms group launches solar car park at Centurion campus

By: Dylan Slater     3rd June 2016 Telecommunications company Telkom completed Phase 1 of a three-phase, 3 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) installation as part of a new parking lot for staff members at its Centurion headquarters, Telkom Park campus, last month.  

Green building recognition for engineering firm’s Cape Town building

By: Dylan Slater     6th May 2016 Engineering consultancy Aurecon has been awarded a 5-Star Green Star South Africa (SA) Office v1 Design rating by the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) for the company’s second office building in Century City, Cape Town.  

Generators withstand tough conditions

By: Simon Sonnekus     22nd April 2016 Electrical equipment supplier and manufacturer Zest WEG Group has added adequate filtration on the inlet- and combustion-air side of its diesel generators to ensure that they can withstand harsh environments. Zest WEG Group currently has a canopy generator running in a pilot project at a waste... 

High-horsepower generator introduced onto market

By: Simon Sonnekus     22nd April 2016 Multinational power generation equipment manufacturer Cummins introduced its QSK95 generator set to the African market at the Power and Electricity World Africa Exhibition, held at the Sandton Convention Centre last month. The generator set has been designed for critical applications, which... 

Renewable energy project successfully completed

By: Malusi Mkhize     15th April 2016 Integrated heavy lifting, transportation and installation solutions provider ALE South Africa completed the handling and transportation of 56 wind turbine generators in February for the Amakhala project, in the Eastern Cape. The generators are made up of 10 components each comprising three... 

Company provides a solution for sustainable power generation

By: Kimberley Smuts     29th January 2016 Technology manufacturer and service provider Cummins Africa has made natural- gas-powered generator sets (gensets) available for the South African market as a more sustainable solution than the standard diesel solution most commonly used.  

Electric motors donated to training facility

     22nd January 2016 Electric motors manufacturer Zest WEG Group donated a substantial quantity of electrical equipment, which includes electric motors, to the Tshwane North Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College late last year.  

Renewable energy opportunities rise as costs slide and solutions grow

By: Simon Rees     15th January 2016 TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Despite the tie-up between the renewables market and the mining sector being dynamic and exciting, the high levels of upfront capital expenditure (capex) needed to install and operate renewable components and storage solutions remained a significant impediment to... 

Juniors join up to develop Brightstar

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     11th January 2016 Juniors Stone Resources Australia and MHM Metals have agreed to jointly develop the Brightstar gold project, in Western Australia. MHM would earn an initial 50% interest by spending A$7.5-million on development capital at the Brightstar project, with the company earning a further 30% interest by... 

Solution helps decongest Sandton CBD traffic

By: David Oliveira     27th November 2015 Property management company Sandton Central Management District (SCMD) announced last month its sponsorship of uninterrupted power supply (UPS) units, which have been installed to ensure power is maintained at six key intersections in the Sandton central business district (CBD).  SCMD city... 

Gas infrastructure, improved market conditions key to SA fuel cell industry success

By: David Oliveira     6th November 2015 Stationary fuel cell technology could be the key that unlocks primary platinum demand and reinvigorates South Africa’s ailing platinum mining industry. Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies concurs with this view, and has stated that the country needs to commit to 1 000 MW of platinum... 

Versatile loader launched at BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA

By: Dylan Stewart     16th October 2015 The newly launched 760i loader was the focal point at multitask articulated loader designer and manufacturer Avant South Africa’s stand at BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA 2015.  

Power products distributor launches new showroom

By: Zandile Mavuso     2nd October 2015 Alternate power solutions supplier Sub-Sahara Power Distributors (SSPD) officially launched its new showroom last month, which will be dedicated to showcasing the wide range of products on offer. 

Incompetence rife among contractors

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     18th September 2015 I was at a site meeting the other day and I was given some drawings that were supposed to be for approval by the engineer. The drawings were rubbish. They had no title, no drawing number, no date, no revision number; they were not to scale, had no scale and had no dimensions. 

Hulamin focuses on growing local demand amid global headwinds 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     27th July 2015 Weakened demand from China, paired with the ongoing electricity challenges in South Africa, have led to JSE-listed Hulamin’s headline earnings a share falling to 25c a share for the six months to June 30, compared with 40c in the first half of last year. Further, the company’s earnings before... 

Renttech South Africa extends reach to agricultural and other Free State industries through new Bloemfontein branch

     24th July 2015 Renttech South Africa’s growth trajectory is continuing with the recent opening of a new branch in Bloemfontein.  The move is in response to a growing demand in the Free State and Lesotho, particularly in the agricultural sector, for the sales and rental of quality industrial equipment at... 

Indian utility-vehicle group sets up Africa-focused unit

By: Irma Venter     24th July 2015 India’s largest utility vehicle and tractor producer, Mahindra & Mahindra, has established a new business unit specifically focussed on emerging opportunities in Africa. The African business unit will be headed by current Mahindra South Africa (MSA) CEO Ashok Thakur, and will operate from four... 

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