MicroStep SA has a new subsidiary! Now you can buy your CNC Cutting Machine with a Generator

MicroStep SA has a new subsidiary! Now you can buy your CNC Cutting Machine with a Generator from MicroStep SA

By: MicroStep SA  10-06-2016
Keywords: Maintenance Services, Stainless Steel, Electrical Repairs

PowerStep is a subsidiary of MicroStep South Africa, who in turn are a subsidiary of the MicroStep Group. MicroStep, who are known for their range in modern CNC machines, is a global leader and manufacturer of plasma, oxyfuel, laser and water-jet cutting systems and are world leaders in Plasma Cutting Technology.   The PowerStep subsidiary was born out of a need by MicroStep South Africa to package Plasma Cutting Machines, with diesel generator sets for the African continent specifically as there is a lack of reliable power. Since then, the demand for generators had expanded greatly beyond the existing MicroStep customer base, and hence the inception of PowerStep was created to serve the general market for their power requirements. PowerStep Power Solutions product range starts at 7,5 kVA to 2250 kVA (Prime Power Rated), and is available in open, silent and containerized solutions.  PowerStep’s ”PowerTel” product is a variable speed DC output solution for the Telecoms Industry. We are living in a day and time where no company can afford any loss of revenue due to power failures as this affects turnover, profits and productivity.  Development took place much faster than expected over the last 5 years and electricity networks were not maintained or planned for future demand. PowerStep can fulfill a need in the market by offering a complete solution. Owner involvement on a constant basis ensures that quality products and services are offered. More than 25 years knowledge of generators ensures that the correct generator is offered either for standby or prime power needs.  PowerStep is a brand orientated company, providing quality OEM engine, alternator and control brands within its range of products, to blue chip companies, government organizations and all end-customers requiring generator power.  Their products are proudly British and hence are designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom, using components sourced solely from the United Kingdom and Europe.  As an ethical company, the belief will be in setting high standards in terms of service and customer support. Industries PowerStep Power Solutions serves:  Banking, Commercial, Public Sector, Telecoms, Construction PowerStep offers turnkey solutions which include, generator inspections and repairs, maintenance programs and installation of generators, as well as diesel refueling.  So whether you are looking to buy a MicroStep CNC Plasma, Waterjet, Laser, Oxyfuel Cutting Machine and need standby or prime power or whether you just need a Diesel Generator for your business, please go to www.powerstep.co.za or email at [email protected], 011 021 2891 you can also send an email to [email protected] or chat to Ludwig Oellermann directly on 083 463 0999

Keywords: Alternative Power, backup power, Cnc Plasma Cutting, Diesel generator, diesel generators, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Repairs, emergency power, Generator Sets, Generators, load shedding, Maintenance Services, mild steel, Plasma Cutting, Stainless Steel, Structural Steel Fabrication, Ups Systems

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