Secure power solutions for multiple industries

July 3rd, 2014, Published in Articles: Energize, Articles: EngineerIT, Articles: Vector, Uncategorised articles

 

Ruan du Toit and Neill Schreiber.

Ruan du Toit and Neill Schreiber.

Master Power Technologies hosted a media meet and greet event at its offices in Johannesburg on 27 June 2014. Neill Schreiber, the company’s marketing manager, described the company as a specialist in the supply, installation, support and after-sales servicing of a comprehensive range of secure power solutions for manufacturing industries, mining, telecommunications service providers and data centres.

The company is a supplier of secure power solutions to blue-chip operations located in southern Africa, Africa and the Middle East. Its clientele includes financial institutions, cellular and network service providers and mining companies. Its solutions include diesel generator systems, static and rotary UPS systems, MV solutions, distribution boards, rectifiers, batteries, solar power solutions and custom-built modular data and energy centre solutions.

The company’s 1000 kVA UPS test centre meets IEC standards. Customers can perform “witness tests” to ensure the product meets the technical specifications stated by the manufacturer. Its training centre provides staff and customer training to emulate the customer site and to simulate faults and switching procedures.
Master Power Technologies also has a 7000 m2 dedicated container and diesel generator set manufacturing facility.

Demand for mobile, containerised data centres and secure power energy centres is increasing in Africa and solutions can be deployed and expanded easily, offering one-stop engineering, high security and high efficiency solutions that are pre-tested at the factory before shipping.

 

 

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