Environmental protection and the need for better and cleaner air is an ongoing focus for conscientious industries. GEECOM is a leading partner to such industries, offering a highly professional team headed by Gustl Mischkulnig, a leading expert in the field with over 45 years of experience in the design, manufacture and installation of electrostatic precipitators. GEECOM is proud to be associated with some of the largest and most successful companies in Southern Africa.
From small beginnings over three decades ago, GEECOM has grown into one of southern Africa’s leading providers of electrostatic precipitators, with installations throughout the region. Preventing air pollution is becoming more than a business imperative – and GEECOM understands customers’ need to balance environmental responsi-bilities with production needs and final profitability. The combination of innovative technologies and solid experience enables GEECOM to provide customised solutions to address specific environmental requirements.
GEECOM is a totally South African operation, and its two factories north of Johannesburg undertake extensive research and development, besides manufacturing electrical and mechanical elements for use in Electrostatic Precipitators. The two factories are fully equipped with state-of-the art equipment for manufacturing purposes as well as a fully operational electrostatic precipitator unit, the only one in Africa.
The company which was established in 1984 has achieved some major milestones, including the introduction of specialised control systems, the completion of the first honeycomb type internals for wet precipitators as well as an unique modular/mobile dry electrostatic precipitator. Furthermore it is ISO 9001-2015 certified and carries a Health, Safety and Environment related NOSA 5 Star rating.
GEECOM employs only the best in their field and its team of engineers are all in environmental control technologies, services and associated products. The company invests heavily in its people through ongoing training, mentorship and skills transfer. Each employee is required to buy-in to the four cornerstones of the business, that being: environmental awareness, quality, safety and health.