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Rec-o-quip powers on

Santerno solar DC/AC inverter. Santerno solar DC/AC inverter.

“Power is expensive and the sooner you invest in managing the power that gets wasted in your operation the sooner your business will benefit and save you millions.” This according to Rec-o-quip Director, Steven Harmsen.

Rec-o-quip imports equipment across the spectrum for the mining, construction, demolition, recycling, forestry and alternative power sectors from both Italy and Germany. These are sold across the African continent and islands (Mauritius, Madagascar, Reunion, St Helena.)

Harmsen told Cape Business News that he is particularly excited by the Santerno range that provides solar/wind and regenerative power through automation to the recycling industry, where power is either not available or undersupplied.

“These products enable our clients to operate anywhere in the world,” continues Harmsen. Rec-o-quip is unbending on the quality of the products it supplies. “The reliability of our products is key to your business success, and Rec-o-quip would like to be a part of that success through innovative products.”

Rec-o-quip also provides efficient industrial power to various sectors, including: mining; cement; water; HVAC (heat, ventilation, air-conditioning;) cranes; lifting equipment and agriculture by harnessing the existing grid and using regenerative power automation to save lost energy from motor controlled applications (induction and A/synchronous motors, braking units and resistors.)

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