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Never put off tomorrow what you can do today

When a hose assembly fails, it needs fixing immediately on site. That’s what Gates’ Rapid Response vans are equipped for. TAA Springbok Connections was the first Gates Fluid Power Distributor to equip their Rapid Response van with Gates’ new Global MegaSys Pressure product range.

 A number of Gates Distributors already own a Rapid Response van offering a 24 hour emergency service. For TAA Springbok Connections, a Gates Fluid Power Distributor, the van is a real asset. They launched the rapid response service to combat similar projects by competitors. Although it’s a small company with only six employees, they are a pioneer in their field. Their rapid response van was the first to use Gates Global products in the UK. Products on board include MegaCrimp® and GlobalSpiral™ no-skive couplings which can be assembled with the Gates 12 volt MC3000. The MC3000 is a low voltage crimper especially developed for use in vans as it doesn’t require a generator. The no-skive feature on both MegaCrimp® and GlobalSpiral™ couplings is ideal for on site service making it easier and quicker to make hose assemblies to factory standards. Both coupling types stand for a powerful one-stage crimp without the need to remove the hose cover or lining. No-skive means no waste of time, ease of use and contamination-free assembly. 

TAA Springbok Connections, situated in Berkshire (United Kingdom), distributes hydraulic and industrial hose, couplings, adapters, filters, pumps, clamps, pressures gauges, hose cutters and crimpers. Since its establishment in 1977, TAA Springbok Connections has been successfully co-operating with Gates.

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