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Siteworx Global LLC Launched APEX Applicators at Environmental Connection Conference

     25th February 2016 Siteworx Global LLC launched its new APEX applicators at booth 132 during the Environmental Connection Conference in San Antonio. The applicators feature the largest tanks in the industry, a high-power vortex pump and a standard stainless steel design to enhance productivity, allow maximum... 

German company launches hydraulic tube-forming machine

     16th October 2015 German hydraulic coupling technology provider Voss Fluid announced in June this year the launch of its VossForm 100 Compact forming machine, which shapes contours on hydraulic tubes and, when used in combinations with a soft seal and function nuts, results in a leakproof and process-reliable tube... 

Training courses and application consulting from VOSS Fluid

     5th August 2015 Tube connection technology makes an important contribution to the cost effectiveness and leakage protection of hydraulic plants. Both suitable product selection and flawless assembly are decisive. To keep the process reliability and quality continuously high for many years right from the start,... 

Multi-Port RCoaxial Cable-to-Board Solutions from Molex deliver a Secure Electrical Connection in Harsh Conditions

     23rd June 2015 Molex Incorporated introduces its Multi-Port RF Coaxial Cable-to-Board Solutions, providing printed circuit board designers and test and measurement engineers with a secure electrical connection suitable for high vibration conditions.  Featuring a rugged single housing design with dual latches to... 

Connected tools increase efficiency, safety for manufacturers

By: Shannon de Ryhove     9th June 2015 A collaboration between technology services supplier Bosch Software Innovations, US-based information technology (IT) company Cisco, Indian IT company Tech Mahindra and automation and measurement technology systems supplier National Instruments is driving forward tool connectivity with the aim of... 

Trend report highlights logistics technology

     15th August 2014 The latest trend report by logistics company DHL’s trend research team, ‘Augmented Reality (AR) in Logistics’, aims to deepen the understanding of AR and raise awareness of its potential applications in the logistics industry. AR refers to a live, direct or indirect, enhanced view of a real-world... 

Use of solar to meet daytime demand increasing among SA businesses

By: Schalk Burger     27th June 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 companies are not familiar with... 

Polyurea Comes To The Fore In Sa Construction Industry

     10th March 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 component elastomer in an increasing... 

New European Standard on accessibility requirements for public procurement of ICT products and services

     19th February 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 the first European Standard for... 

Harnessing the Power of Predictive Maintenance

     10th October 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 as it is today. A simple... 

New reality TV show aims to tackle real-world engineering challenges

By: Natasha Odendaal     10th September 2013 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 eight-part series filming two teams of... 

UK solutions provider sees success in SA market

     16th August 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 Loadhog completed its first contract... 

Smart fabric sets off the alarm

By: Karel Smrcka     21st September 2012 German researchers have developed a new kind of antitheft system that is based on a woven fabric and triggers an alarm when it is penetrated by intruders. The smart fabric makes it possible for the exact location of the break-in to be identified, and is significantly cheaper than other... 

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