ACTOM Electrical Machines

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ACTOM Industry to upgrade drive and control system
May 2024, PLCs, DCSs & Controllers

ACTOM Industry secured an important contract to upgrade the drive and control system of a man-winder at a gold mine in Ghana.
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Acquiring locally-manufactured transformers
April 2024, Electrical Power & Protection

Speed and efficiency are of the essence in the fast-evolving power generation and distribution space; but a significant challenge is the prolonged lead times associated with acquiring transformers – key components in any electrical infrastructure.
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ACTOM supplies transformer units to Kamoa Copper Mine
April 2024, Electrical Power & Protection

ACTOM Distribution Transformers, recently secured an order for the supply of its neutral electromagnetic couplers, with earthing resistors, and an auxiliary transformer) to Kamoa Copper Mine in the DRC.
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ACTOM supplies Selebi-Phikwe photovoltaic solar plant
March 2024, Electrical Power & Protection

ACTOM High Voltage Equipment has secured a contract to supply and deliver high-voltage equipment for the Selebi-Phikwe photovoltaic solar power plant, currently under construction in Botswana.
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Solar generation system at ACTOM’s MV Switchgear
February 2024, Electrical Power & Protection

ACTOM recently gave the go-ahead for the first solar power generation system to be installed at the group’s main factory complex at Knights, Germiston.
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ACTOM Industry to upgrade drive and control system
February 2024, PLCs, DCSs & Controllers

ACTOM Industry secured an important contract to upgrade the drive and control system of a man-winder at a gold mine in Ghana.
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NamPower awards R100-million contract to ACTOM Energy Namibia
January 2024, Electrical Power & Protection

ACTOM Energy Namibia has been awarded a R100 million contract by Namibia Power Corporation to design, manufacture, supply, install and commission specialised switchgear, and substation protection and automation systems for a new indoor substation the utility is to establish in Swakopmund, Namibia.
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ACTOM’s one-stop power solutions
January 2024, Electrical Power & Protection

One of the most tangible effects of loadshedding on everyday business owners is the extra cost of maintaining standard operational levels – whether through solar, UPS or fuelling large-scale diesel generators. ACTOM’s market-leading technology and advanced products are perfectly positioned to address the issues facing the electromechanical industry. The company offers large-scale infrastructure installations and support services to smaller projects.
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Switchgear contract for DRC mine’s underground substations
January 2024, Electrical Power & Protection

MV Switchgear has executed two large contracts over the past two years, involving the manufacture, supply and installation of numerous air-insulated switchgear panels for 11 kV substations at the extensive new Kamoa-Kakula copper mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Advanced switchgear for enhanced performance and cost savings
September 2023, Electrical Power & Protection

MV Switchgear has launched the SBV4XE switchgear, which represents a significant advancement in switchgear technology, incorporating a wide range of modern features that deliver superior performance, functionality and cost savings.
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ACTOM supplies electrical equipment for BESS contracts
August 2023, Electrical Power & Protection

Early this year Eskom launched the first phase of its two-phase Battery Energy Storage System programme, with its appointment of two international companies to oversee the design, execution and management of the programme.
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ACTOM’s one-stop power solutions
August 2023, Electrical Power & Protection

South Africa generates approximately 85% of its en ergy from coal. The national power utility, Eskom, can generate up to 45 000 megawatts per hour. Still, it has been unable to supply even 27 000 MWh, giving rise to power cuts or loadshedding that can last several hours a day.
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