|Electroflex (Pty) Ltd |
|Date of Incorporation||1988|
|Registration No||CO. 88/1197
|Mission||Ensuring the continuity of your
|+ 267 3956650 |
Telephone (24 hour standby)
|+ 267 71556600 |
|Postal Address||P.O. Box 40315 Broadhurst, Gaborone |
|Physical Address||Plot 20741, Pharathe Crescent,
New Broadhurst Industrial Estate, Gaborone, Botswana |
Aarsse, M.M. Feringa |
|Shareholding ||100% citizen owned|
|Turnover||> Pula 14 million per annum |
|VAT Registration ||C00427501112 |
ISO Certification for quality assurance
|Number of Employees||22 |
Electroflex (Pty) Ltd was established in 1988. At that time, the
company introduced several innovative products such as Standby Power Supplies, Fire Control Panels, Inverters, UPS’s
and electronic School Bells. These were manufactured and/or assembled in our factory and sold to government departments, private
institutions and individuals. During subsequent years the core business crystallized into the supply, maintenance and repair
of UPS’s and Generators. To date, Electroflex (Pty) Ltd has supplied over 3400 UPS’
and 1020 generators. The company has established ongoing maintenance contracts with over 282 customers. Staff at Electroflex
has increased to 22, including 12 technicians.
Electroflex has adopted
a 'going green' policy. For instance, expired and out of order batteries are sent for recycling, as well as wooden panels,
ink cartridges and waste paper, whilst no plastic bags are utilized.
company is actively involved in various community activities, for the past two years Electroflex has carried out renovations
of the ablution blocks in the Khama Rhino Sanctuary and making them more user friendly.
Bi-annual maintenance of more than 1132 UPS's country wide: From kasane to Bokspits
and from Shakawa to Bobonong.
Supply, installation and
Two 160 KVA UPS’s
for Bank of Botswana.
KVA wired in hot standby UPS’s, two 100 KVA wired in parallel UPS’s and three 50 KVA UPS’ for Botswana Telecommunications
and installation of more than 530 UPS’s for various Botswana Government schools.
Supply and installation of:
Four 350 KVA Generators for the Botswana Police.
One 440 KVA AMF Generator for the Botswana National Productivity
Centre (BNPC), monitoring three independent substations with three independent AMF panels.
Four 200 KVA Generators for Community Junior Secondary Schools through the
Department of Building and Engineering Services (DBES).
Two 80 KVA UPS’s for Orange Botswana.
Three 250 KVA AMF Generators for Botswana Railways.
Design and supervision of construction of solar powered
watering ponds for game:
14 in Makgadikgadi
Game Reserve; 30 m3 at 30 meters/day.
in Central Kalahari Game Reserve; 3m3 at 110 meters/day
5 in Chobe National Park; 30m3 at 60 meters /day.
3 in Khutse Game Reserve; 3m3 at 120 meters/day.
1 at Goa Gate providing water for the gate utilizing a low yielding borehole.