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Eaton launches ARCON® 3G in South Africa

3rd June 2021 State of the art modular safety system guarantees highest degree of personnel and assembly protection, with a total arc mitigation time of less than 2 milliseconds. 

Eaton’s Power Defense series launches in South Africa

8th March 2021 Eaton has introduced the Power Defense series to the South African market, a circuit breaker with communicating electronic trip units to help optimise commercial buildings and industrial facilities' performance, and help keep employees, customers and end-users safe by reducing the risk of arc... 

Trust a turnkey energy engineering service provider for project peace of mind

18th February 2021 At a time when project budgets are increasingly under pressure, as are delivery timelines, it makes more sense for infrastructure projects to trust one vendor that offers a turnkey solution to lead and manage every step of the process, from early ideation and planning to feasibility and... 

Maintenance saves companies’ bottom line

13th November 2020 With economic uncertainty levels reaching an all-time high, it is necessary to find creative and resilient ways to reduce budgets while boosting the bottom line. Preventive maintenance is often one of the most tempting to trim, however, doing so could end up costing a business significantly more... 
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Industry 4.0 training key to ensuring South Africa is not left behind

To fully realise the potential of Industry 4.0 and remain relevant as the way of conducting business evolves, South African organisations should consider making strategic investments in infrastructure and technology as soon as possible. However, these investments will be rendered ineffective if... 

Advisory committee recommends a hybrid of Level 3 and 4 for Gauteng

The Gauteng premier's advisory committee on Covid-19 recommends the province be placed under a hybrid of Level 3 and 4 lockdown. Gauteng is currently the epicentre of the Covid-19 pandemic, having recorded 10 806 new cases on Wednesday. 
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