Regeneration Technology was introduced ro South Africa in 2006. Since then, the technology was combined with over 10 years of expertise from various local battery service companies through which the Regeneration technology was taken to market.
In line with our vision, we aim to be visible nationally with at least 15 service centres country wide and further expansion into Africa. Service centres are based on the destiny of target markets in those selected areas.
In this fragile economic climate, industries all search for ways of optimising resources and assets. Thanks to our internationally patented products and technical know how, batteries are now able to exceed their life expectancy, perform at their optimum levels and save businesses thousands in electricity cost, maintenance cost and electrical component replacements. Regeneration and Active Inverter Charger Technologies are designed to achieve maximum performance in batteries. W combined world leading products with first class service and aim to be the market leader in Lead Acid Traction battery Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Proudly South African, our Company leads the way in battery regeneration and future green energy. Paving the way for other countries, our business model adds value to the environment, the people and the industries we serve, through the regulated disposal of batteries.
Early failure causes damage to electrical components. The SA Business concept was the outcome of finding ways to extend the point of battery failure in mines and other industries making use of battery power. Research lead to the Regeneration technology patented by Macbat Sweden. This highlighted the business opportunity with a slightly different approach for the South African market.
The business model was further supported by the South African Government’s strategic plan for the significant reduction of carbon emissions and protecting our environment.
Regeneration was registered in1964 in Arvika Western Sweden. The regeneration System is the fruit of many years of development with final prototypes having been completed at the end of 1198. This was followed by NEMCO (certification organisation) approval and CE certification in the summer of 2001. A CE upgrade took place in 2004. The process is a patented product and promoted world wide through more than 113 dealers in: