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Atlas Copco WEDA 50+ and 60+ pumps take dewatering solutions to the next level

30th October 2018 Atlas Copco has solidified its place at the forefront of the pumps industry with the introduction of WEDA 50+ and 60+ dewatering pumps. These pumps have been designed to provide customers with enhanced levels of performance alongside improved efficiency, hassle-free maintenance as well as... 

Alliance Sensors Group Releases Two New LVDT Signal Conditioners

30th October 2018 Alliance Sensors Group has developed into “The Name in LVDT Signal Conditioning” due to the constant improvements and advancements made to its line of LVDT signal conditioners. Alliance Sensors Group was founded by Harold and Howard Schaevitz, widely known as the first family of LVDTs. The... 

Famous Brands posts H1 organic growth, despite pressure on some business segments 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     29th October 2018 JSE-listed franchiser Famous Brands on Monday reported strong organic growth by its brands in the South Africa and Africa and Middle East (AME) regions during the six months to August 31. Operating profit for the first half of the financial year was up 3.9%, at R421.8-million, compared with... 

Ultra-Lok® helps to clamp down on cable theft

26th October 2018 The tamper-proof Ultra-Lok® clamping system, distributed locally by Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa, has been relaunched with a particular emphasis on its ability to prevent cable theft. Cable theft costs the South African economy billions of rands each year in lost productivity,... 

Easy-to-read characters made from stainless steel

26th October 2018 Band-It range of stainless steel clamping and identification systems distributor Banding & Identification Solutions Africa offers an easy-to-read and -install identification system for equipment from hoses to heavy equipment. Banding & Identification sales representative Matthew Campbell explains... 

A chain reaction of quality and reliability with Powermite’s EKD Kolibri energy chain

19th October 2018 Powermite has been a leading supplier of EKD Kolibri energy chain to the Southern African market for more than three decades. The company shares a combined knowledge of over 50 years in drag chain applications with EKD, the globally renowned energy chain manufacturer based in Germany. “EKD energy... 

Digital broadcasting migration project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th October 2018 The Department of Communication will continue to distribute the remaining set top boxes it has procured for the digital migration project using the old delivery model until decoder depletion. 

Liquid eyes further expansion as Cape to Cairo links up

By: Natasha Odendaal     18th October 2018 Pan-African telecommunications group Liquid Telecom is eyeing further expansion across the African continent after completing its Phase 1 decade-long project of connecting a 60 000 km network from Cape Town, South Africa, to Cairo, Egypt. The group on Thursday reported that, following the... 

Conveyor belts are a leading cause of underground fires yet they are avoidable

18th October 2018 This year has proven to be one of the deadliest for mine safety in South Africa since 2012. One of the leading causes of deaths and injury in mines is fire and a large proportion of fires are caused by conveyor belts. Conveyor belts are widely used in mining, both under and above ground. Yet... 

More trains subject to manual authorisation due to signalling defects, MPs told

By: African News Agency      17th October 2018 The number of passenger trains on South African railway tracks subject to manual authorisation because of defective signalling systems continues to rise, MPs heard on Tuesday. Briefing Parliament's portfolio committee on transport, the Rail Safety Regulator (RSR) acting chief executive Tshepo... 

SMEC celebrates Sydney Metro Northwest ENR Global Project of the Year Award win.

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th October 2018 A panel of industry judges and editors of the prestigious Michigan-based Engineering News-Record (ENR) selected the Sydney Metro Northwest in Australia as the 2018 Global Project of the Year and Best Rail Project. SMEC was the Design Lead on the international project team and designed the... 

Surge Technology and DEHN Africa: celebrating 30+ years of doing business together

15th October 2018 JOHANNESBURG –September 16, 2018 – Surge Technology and DEHN Africa are proudly celebrating over 30 years of doing business together in the surge and lightning protection industry. This is according to Paul van As, LV divisional manager of Surge Technology, who says, “The history of the two... 

Prysmian Group At Ft-ETNO Summit 2018 Calls For Renewed Focus On Optical Fibre Broadband Infrastructure

15th October 2018 Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, drew attention to the importance of network infrastructure today at the FT-ETNO Summit 2018. The Group’s Senior Vice President for Telecoms, Philippe Vanhille, laid out a vision for a successful future telecoms and... 

Foam-based spray prevents spread of fire

By: Halima Frost     12th October 2018 Since the launch of construction industry services and technology provider Hilti South Africa’s Firestop façade joint coating earlier this year, the product – which has been well received by engineers and architects – will be used in its first large construction project in Bedfordview, Gauteng,... 

Parly's transport committee grills Prasa on lack of progress

By: News24Wire      10th October 2018 Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Transport grilled the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa's (Prasa) presentation at a meeting in Cape Town on Tuesday, for lacking urgency and progress. The meeting comes after the Rail Safety Regulator (RSR) communicated its intention to suspend Prasa's... 

Telkom Kenya holds talks over two submarine cable landing deals

By: Reuters     9th October 2018 Telkom Kenya is in talks with two unnamed parties over partnerships to allow it to sell high speed internet capacity from two undersea data cables that are about to land in the East African nation, its CEO said on Tuesday. The operator, which is the smallest in Kenya behind Safaricom and Bharti... 

Nzimande wants urgent report on Kempton Park train crash

By: News24Wire      5th October 2018 Transport Minister Blade Nzimande wants an urgent report on the Kempton Park train crash after 320 people were injured in the collision between two trains on Thursday. Nzimande is seeking answers from the Rail Safety Regulator (RSR), his spokesperson Ishmael Mnisi said on Friday. "Minister... 

Pumps offer safe bolting solutions to industries

By: Thabi Madiba     5th October 2018 With several drill ready prospects and potential for more discoveries in the oil and gas industry, hydraulic tools and bolting equipment manufacturer and supplier Hi-Force states that the South African market is constantly in need of new technologies and solutions to support growth. The TPA and... 

Cleat Manufacturer Secures Major Singapore Tunnel Contract

3rd October 2018 Leading manufacturer of cable glands and cable cleats, CMP Products, has secured a major contract to supply cable restraining ‘cleats’ to the multi-million dollar Singapore Tunnel Project. Owned by Singapore Power Grid, (SPG) the project aims to future-proof the supply of electricity across... 

RS Components introduces heavy-duty connectors for range of industrial applications

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, has unveiled a new range of RS Pro heavy-duty connectors including screw terminals, cage-clamp terminals and housings. The components offer excellent value for customers and are designed... 

RPMGlobal continues to define the intelligent mining space with the launch of HAULSIM 3.0



2nd October 2018 HAULSIM has cemented its position as the industry’s leading haulage simulation solution yet again with the release of HAULSIM 3.0. The release builds on the core capabilities HAULSIM is renowned for and features advanced upgrades to the simulation engine and the user interface. HAULSIM has... 

Renewable Energy Projects Are ‘Home Ground’ For Raubex Infra

1st October 2018 Renewable energy infrastructure specialist Raubex Infra is looking forward to the rollout of public-private solar and wind energy projects this year and is excited about Energy Minister Jeff Radebe’s announcement of a fifth bid window to be launched in November. “Our work in the renewable energy... 

Orange, MainOne team up in submarine cable expansion

By: Natasha Odendaal     28th September 2018 French telecommunications group Orange and connectivity and data centre services provider MainOne Cable have signed an agreement that will see Orange inject undisclosed major investments into the West African submarine cable system MainOne. Under the partnership, Orange will acquire additional... 

IBAS Group

28th September 2018 South Africa based IBAS Group has grown to be one of the most consistent service providers in the demanding industrial access and related value-add sector. Founded 23 years ago to provide innovative solutions to energy and chemicals group Sasol’s Secunda and Sasolburg plants, Wouter Booysen, a... 

N2 Wild Coast Toll Road megabridges project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     28th September 2018 The tender for the Msikaba bridge has been awarded. 

SACS goes live, greatly furthering global connectivity

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     27th September 2018 The South Atlantic Cable System (SACS), which will provide a more direct route for Internet traffic in the Southern Hemisphere, is now on stream and open for commercial traffic. The system, which is wholly owned by Angola Cables, has been manufactured and powered by NEC Corporation and connects... 

Yokogawa Releases the DTSXTM1 Fiber Optic Heat Detector

25th September 2018 An OpreX TM Field Instruments facility monitoring and fire detection solution that is housed in an easy-to-install enclosure– Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces that it has developed the DTSXTM1 fiber optic heat detector, an OpreXTM Field Instruments heat sensing and fire detection solution.... 

Sanral awards R1.65bn Msikaba megabridge contract to Concor Mota-Engil JV

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th September 2018 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has awarded the Concor Mota-Engil joint venture (JV) the second of two megabridge construction contracts as part of the N2 Wild Coast project. The R1.65-billion bridge will be built near Lusikisiki over the Msikaba gorge.  

Cable theft puts brakes on Pretoria-Joburg Metrorail trains

By: African News Agency      19th September 2018 Metrorail said on Wednesday that its train service running between Pretoria and Johannesburg was disrupted due to overhead catenary wires being cut and stolen at Irene from both the up and down lines.  Goodman Matampi, acting provincial manager of Gauteng Metrorail, said trains to and from... 

Tailored road-freight solutions for SA’s strategic steel industry

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th September 2018 Cargo Carriers, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed supply-chain solutions specialist, remains committed to providing a cutting-edge road-logistics solution to the South African steel manufacturing industry. About 190 000 South Africans earn their livelihood in the steel value chain, spanning... 

First Xeno 1 laser installation complete

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     14th September 2018 Product identification equipment manufacturer Cab Technology South Africa has completed the installation of a Xeno 1 laser marking system at cable and connector solutions supplier Hiconnex Industrial’s new facility, in Centurion, in Gauteng, says Cab Technology South Africa technical sales... 

Local mining services company owners win Entrepreneur of the Year accolade  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th September 2018 Mining engineer Samuel Molefi and his entrepreneurial wife and business partner Motlapele Molefi have won the Entrepreneur of the Year award – a premier entrepreneurial platform sponsored by Sanlam and Business Partners every year. Samuel and Motlapele are founders and owners of Modi Mining, a... 

Easy-to-read identification system keeps ‘tag’ of valuable assets

7th September 2018 An easy-to-read and install identification system for everything from hoses to heavy equipment is available from Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa. Easy Read means maximum tagging effectiveness for enhanced traceability. Such has been the success of the Easy Read system locally that... 

New remote monitor for automatic lubrication systems

7th September 2018 SKF announces the introduction of its LRM2 lubrication remote monitor. Compatible with oil or grease, the monitor is designed for use with lubrication systems that cannot be checked daily due to the nature or position of the application. The LRM2 can be used on single-line, dual-line and... 

All-weather surge protection for PoE cameras and ethernet applications with DEHNpatch outdoor

By: Creamer Media Reporter      5th September 2018 Experts in the fields of safety, monitoring and network communication are familiar with the problem of surge arresters often needing to be installed in extremely exposed locations. This generally meant that they had to be laboriously protected against weather-related influences, which cost time,... 

Preventing building fire incidents with fischer FireStop from Upat

31st August 2018 The fischer FireStop range aids in the compartmentalisation of fire, smoke, and toxic gases, ensuring the safety of building occupants and protecting properties in the event of any fire incidents. The fischer FireStop range, comprising of passive fire-prevention systems, is available exclusively... 

Brady provides automatic label formatting

31st August 2018 Power distribution system supplier Magnet Group is dedicated to enhancing its extensive range of electrical equipment, industrial instrumentation and automation systems, to meet market requirements. 

Fighting fire with gas

31st August 2018 With gas suppression systems being automatic fire extinguishing systems that use inert gases or chemical agents to control and extinguish a fire, without human intervention, fire protection company Centa Group ensures that specialised fire protection and prevention solutions are engineered to... 

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