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Jun 27, 2014
South African businesses are tentatively, but increasingly, investigating and adopting solar photovoltaic (PV) systems to reduce their consumption of electricity during daylight hours, says UK solar PV subsidiary Solarcentury Southern Africa MD Gareth Warner. Many...
Mar 10, 2014
Reflecting an international trend, polyurea is coming to the fore in South Africa as an innovative solution for repairing concrete buildings and structures and Concor Civils’ recently established concrete repair division is using this high performance plural...
Feb 19, 2014
The European Standardization Organizations CEN, CENELEC and ETSI are pleased to announce the publication of a new European Standard on accessibility requirements for Information and Communication Technologies products and services. This new standard (EN 301 549) is...
Oct 10, 2013
By Nadine Shenker, Director of Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics at BITanium As industries and governments turn toward greater mechanisation and become increasingly reliant on technology, the need to keep systems running smoothly has never been as critical...
Sep 10, 2013
Big Brain contestant Alison Wong
Ten engineers are competing for the ultimate “Big Brain” title as they tackle seemingly “impossible engineering challenges” in a new US-based reality television series on the Discovery Channel. The Kal Penn-hosted Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius is an...
Aug 16, 2013
Following significant growth, further Loadhog Pally solutions are being rolled out at online store Kalahari’s Cape Town distribution centre, with a substantial number also bought for its second centre in Johannesburg.  UK distribution transit packaging company...
Mar 02, 2012
The South African industrial market is paying increasing attention to the unlimited potential applications served by expanded metal.
Feb 04, 2011
A friend of mine visited Europe in December and sent me a photograph of an array of solar panels covered in snow. Another friend visited the UK in December and sent me a newspaper article about wind turbines that were stationary during the major snow falls because...
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Mar 09, 2007
Local representatives of Areva T&D Alstom Electrical South Africa (Alstom SA), has launched its recently developed product offering - a hybrid integrated compact module for 123 kV and 145 kV substations - to potential clients in South Africa.
Feb 28, 2005
South Africa may be at the forefront of developing new non-traditional uses for the universally popular precious metal gold, and, perhaps, the most groundbreaking advance will be in catalytic applications.
Aug 24, 2001
Solid state electrochemical cells, based on ceramic oxygen-ion conduction, allow selective transport of oxygen in the form of ionic flux. Australian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has used its expertise in ceramic membrane...
Jun 18, 1999
There is a thirst for knowledge and training in the South African composites industry, indicating a need for an umbrella organisation to deal with this – and such a move is indeed in the embryonic stages, reveals Scott Bader field technical service manager...
 
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