Vert Energy’s commitment to the local market encompasses a pledge to provide cost-efficient, modular products, which include not only standard components, but ‘special’ models, for specific applications.
Vert Energy has strengthened its position in the local electro-mechanical power transmission sector, with the consolidation of new distributor agreements and the relocation of its head office to larger premises in Linbro Park, Sandton. The company’s gear assembly centre, which was previously situated in Cape Town, has also transferred to the new facility.
“Vert Energy, which was established in 2011, has expanded its operation significantly and now requires larger premises to continue to provide high levels of operating efficiencies and delivery service throughout the African continent, in line with continued growth of the business,” says Grant Robertson, managing director, Vert Energy. “An important milestone is the consolidation of a long standing partnership with Leroy Somer, which goes back over 30 years. Vert Energy, which was originally appointed as exclusive distributors of LS alternators in Southern Africa, is now the sole supplier in the region for the entire LS range.
“Through the new distribution agreement with Leroy Somer – one of Europe’s largest electric motor manufacturers and one of the world’s leading electro-mechanical engineering companies – Vert Energy now supplies and supports the extensive LS range of standard and adapted AC and DC motors, geared/brake motors, as well as Leroy Somer variable speed drives and alternators.
“Vert Energy is also the authorised sales and support partner for Allight Lighting towers, DEIF generator controls and API/Covrad GT Heat Transfer, as well as ASCO automatic transfer switches and Avtron and Froment load banks.”
Vert Energy’s service to the electro-mechanical power transmission sector, encompasses the supply of dependable products that combine high performance, energy efficiency, reduced downtime and extended service life, to meet the highest quality, safety and environmental standards.
A critical part of Vert Energy’s service, is the availability throughout Africa, of factory and OEM trained technicians who cope efficiently with any electro-mechanical breakdown situation or routine preventative maintenance procedures.
Vert Energy’s new warehouse carries a substantial stockholding and also offers an assembly, spare parts, technical support and repair facility, to further strengthen the company’s service in Africa.
The company’s well-equipped and streamlined gear assembly centre, has the capability of assembling geared motors in short time periods, to meet customers’ urgent demands. A modern Aer-O-Cure paint booth facilitates the painting of products to factory standards.
The range of Leroy Somer gear products extends from 30 N m to 23 000 Nm and includes helical units with axial output (Compabloc 3000), helical with right-angle output (Orthobloc 3000), helical with parallel output (Manubloc and Poulibloc), worm and wheel with right-angle output (Multibloc 3000), servo gearboxes (Dynabloc) and electric jacks (Verelec and Actibloc).