Malvern’s World Famous Braniacs Deliver World-Beating Actuator

‘75 per cent energy savings on old-style products’

From the Malvern Hills to the World: Tony O’Donnell with one of SACO’s smart actuators

From the Malvern Hills to the World: Tony O’Donnell with one of SACO’s smart actuators


Tony [left] and James O’Donnell, from a long line of Malvern Innovators

Tony [left] and James O’Donnell, from a long line of Malvern Innovators


The historic and picturesque Malvern Hills were chosen by Winston Churchill to be the home of Britain’s boffins during the Second World War. The rolling Worcestershire hills have seen the invention of the radar and the development of the very first LCD TVs.

Nestled in the heart of the hills a third, world-beating invention, has emerged which is on the cusp of taking the world by storm.

The very first SACO actuator has been conceived, tested and constructed in workshops in Malvern. Its performance has drawn astonishing responses from industry experts. And the patented technology offers massive energy savings which will offer levels of performance and reliability which will be the only logical choice for actuator bulk purchasers.

The actuator is the first product developed by Rift Technologies, and will form part of a suite of products which will offer huge energy savings to any company using electrical motors or generators.

SACO chairman Tony O’Donnell explained: “Malvern has an impressive track-record for inventing worldbeating technologies and we have come up with a motor system which is going to amaze the world.

“Tests show that our actuator offers 75 per cent energy savings on old-style products.

“This offers better performance and huge cost savings for particularly global businesses which operate in Industrial Process Control and Water Management sectors.

“Our tests have been stunning and we have gone into production with the first actuators on the strength of some rave reviews from industry experts.

“Today’s energy conscious businesses need to have an eye on any potential cost savings and our actuators can pay for themselves in days, not months or years.”

The actuators have now completed testing and are being shipped through distributors in the United States, South Africa and Europe. The company is also seeking partners to extend the SACO network and increase capacity in its production capability.

SACO has created a dedicated website for people who want to order small quantities of the ground-breaking actuator or to find out more information. Registered users are able to download technical specifications or get sales literature. Customers who are looking for large orders can contact the sales tem through the website.

SACO Actuators
Tel: +44 1684 565709
www.smartact.co.uk


Published: 16th October 2013

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