29 Oct 2019
Electricity Distribution and Electricity Transmission
Biotrans Pole Sleeves (Pty) Ltd
Biotrans offers integrated solutions to all your problems with rotting poles … ... by combating decay in all vulnerable pole areas and significantly improving the longevity of poles while remaining … eco-friendly, simple and proven to work. The facts about Biotrans … Our pole sleeves were developed by leading wood scientists. Our patents and technologies are used by companies such as Osmose, but have been expanded and improved by Biotrans scientists for over 20 years. Our integrated solutions have been tested in service for over 25 years and our products dramatically improve the life span of all known wood types. Our pole protection devices are based on tried and tested technologies exposed to inhospitable environments from the Americas to the harshest African climates. Biotrans complies with international best practice in the fields of: • Research and development • Renewable energy • Sustainability in both the protection service and the manufacturing process • Equal employment. Biotrans’ targeted and integrated pole protection system includes … The Biotrans Pole Sleeve … prevents preservative loss to soil and ... stops soil-borne decay fungi, moisture, insects and other hazards from attacking the pole. It thereby protects the pole in service, which … prolongs resistance to decay and … guarantees extended pole service life. The Biotrans Pole Sleeve was purpose-designed for … pole owners such as electricity distributors and telecommunications providers who are dissatisfied with toxic bandage pole wraps that do not stop pole preservatives migrating from their poles to pollute the soil. Our BPS product is a non-toxic and impervious barrier protection system that provides total insulation of sub-soil pole surfaces from the surrounding soil. Unlike bituminous bandage wraps and similar copper-based products we have assembled an environmentally acceptable heavy-duty preservative-resistant sleeve that encapsulates the entire ground-contact region of the pole to thereby stop preservative loss from it and also extend the pole’s service life.