Wednesday, 11 December 2019 11:03

WearCheck Monitor Issue 80

Festive season opening hours, 2020 course dates and more… As we near the finish line for 2019, our final edition of Monitor newsletter is released. In it, you’ll find details of our holiday opening hours, and useful explanations of Particle Volume Index (PVI) readings and the Viscosity Index. Our ever-popular Lube Tip is there, along with news of important upcoming…
Wednesday, 24 July 2019 15:07

Training in Botswana

WearCheck technical consultant Quentin Gustav von Kleist recently conducted training for Bothakga Burrow mining in Gaborone, Botswana. The course covered both the theoretical and practical elements of oil analysis and predictive maintenance for mining equipment. Quentin Gustav von Kleist (centre) is flanked by course delegates from Bothakga Burrow mining in Botswana, who recently completed WearCheck’s oil analysis training course.
Monday, 22 July 2019 13:24

How are we doing?

At WearCheck, we strive to provide you, our customers, with the best possible service. We conduct an annual survey to get your guidance and input on where there is room for improvement, or what we are doing right – please help us to do even better by rating us. The questionnaire takes around two minutes to complete and can be…
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 16:41

We're Hiring - Customer Support Assistant

We’re HiringCustomer Support Assistant - Isando, Johannesburg   A Vacancy exists at WearCheck Johannesburg for the above position. The applicant will be responsible for all customer support functions (including sales, after sales and general enquiries) as well as general office administration duties. MAIN JOB FUNCTIONS Attending to all incoming telephonic queries from customers Co-ordinating credit application for the branch The…
Tuesday, 09 July 2019 13:36

WearCheck launches Operator Asset Care training course

Keeping machinery running smoothly is key to the efficient running of any mechanical operation, and those at the ‘coal face’ of the equipment – the machinery operators – are in prime position to monitor the condition of the components. Upskilling operators to ensure that their machines are in perfect working order goes a long way to avoiding unplanned breakdowns. WearCheck…
Wednesday, 05 June 2019 10:48

WearCheck at AUW 2019

Thank you to everyone who visited the WearCheck stand at African Utility Week (AUW) in Cape Town recently. Many good conversations about our specialist condition monitoring services were had, with particular focus on the electrical/power generation sector. Maintaining the health of components is so important for improved productivity of transformers, engines, gearboxes and electric motors. Regular assessment and used oil…
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