Industrial products provider BMG has extended its integrated engineering solutions services in Zambia to include the supply and support of a comprehensive range of personal protection equipment (PPE).
According to BMG specialists, the introduction of a structured maintenance management programme – which can be implemented in-house, or partially out-sourced to a professional organisation – is critical to maximising production efficiencies in all sectors.
“Our welding products and services are tailored to meet specific customer requirements and include carefully-selected fume extraction products that reduce risks associated with welding and cutting fumes, grinding dust and oil mist.”
The range also includes general, flame- and acidproof worksuits, as well as gloves, safety shoes and gumboots.
BMG’s two branches in Zambia – in Lusaka and on the Copperbelt in Kitwe – offer a round-the-clock support service for the full product range, through technically competent workshops and field service teams.
Conditioning monitoring identifies lubrication problems, misalignment and vibration troubles and also helps in identifying the causes of the damage, so that equipment can be fixed before further damage occurs.
Effective monitoring allows for reduced downtime, efficient production and substantial cost savings.
Kitcat concludes that the BMG branch in Lusaka has completed a new showroom that effectively displays the company’s extensive product range.
EDITED BY: ZANDILE MAVUSO
CREAMER MEDIA SENIOR DEPUTY EDITOR: FEATURES