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About Walroflex

Walro Flex is a leader in the field of manufacturing "pigtails" (highly flexible conductors) which are used in the manufacturing of low voltage switch gear and carbon brush assembly on electrical motors.

Walro Flex is South Africa's leading independent manufacturer of automotive cable, and is the largest producer of auto wire and battery cable in South Africa.

Walroflex entered the Low Voltage Electrical cable in June 2009.

Proven technical ability to consistently produce quality products

Walro Flex adheres and complies to world class quality systems ISO / TS 16949:2009 as well as:

  • SABS, SANS 1017:2008 - Electrical cables for motor vehicles - Low Voltage cables and Flexible Earthing straps for motor vehicles.
  • SANS 60227-5:2006- Polyvinyl Chloride Insulated Cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750V, Part 5 Flexible Cables, Cords.
  • SANS 1576:2008- Single Core ARC Welding Cable
    SANS 1574-3:2007- Electric Flexible cores, cords and cables with solid extruded dielectric insulation, Part 3: PVC-Insulated cores and Cables
  • SANS 1507-2:2007- Electric cables with extruded solid dielectric insulation for fixed installations (300/500V to 1900/3300V) Part 2 wiring cables

On time delivery

We use continuous shift cycle and constantly review our logistic procedures to ensure on-time, reliable delivery.

Competitive Pricing

We strive for stable, internationally competitive pricing based on long-term partnerships with suppliers and customers.

Exceptional Service

Walro Flex adheres to the principle of continuous improvement particularly in the areas of quality, productivity, efficiency and customer service.

HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS

The company is proud to be part of the global economy, and many of the significant events in the company's history are aimed at achieving international quality standards, and becoming globally competitive. Walro Flex entered the low voltage electrical market in June 2009 and received plant approval as well as product approval from SABS during September 2009.