แปลว่า:We take this equipment out.
What is this trying to say in English? It sounds very odd to a native English speaker.
"Take out" is usually used to go out with a person and be the one taking charge / paying for both of you.
Since it's about equipment and not about a person I assume it means "remove" but there could be other acceptable meanings depending on context.
But either way we would never use the simple present. We would say "We are taking out" or much better "We are removing" or "We are taking away".