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Surge protection solutions for offices with DEHN Africa

15th June 2018 Office and administration buildings are generally equipped with PCs, servers, networks and telecommunication systems. Should these systems experience failure, work processes and operations can be brought to a standstill. Lightning and surge protection specialist DEHN Africa, the local arm of... 

Surge protection for your residential appliances with DEHN

15th June 2018 Across South Africa, citizens will remember the rolling blackouts of 2014 and 2015 with varying shades of discomfort depending on whether they could, or could not, afford generators for their homes. When national utility provider Eskom was unable to match energy supply to demand, the result was a... 

DEHNacademy empowers second-year Wits students with hands-on training programme

15th June 2018 Lightning and surge protection specialist DEHN Africa, part of DEHN + SÖHNE, Germany, has recently finished a nine-month training course in lightning and surge protection for a group of Wits students. DEHNacademy, the training wing of DEHNAfrica, needs no introduction to those in the earthing and... 

Solutions for industrial companies with DEHN Africa

2nd April 2018 Automation systems are standard in most industrial companies. If the automation system fails, production comes to a halt, potentially bringing a company to the verge of ruin. Lightning and surge protection specialist DEHN Africa, the local arm of global company DEHN + SÖHNE, offers comprehensive... 
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PET industry supports local waste recycling entrepreneurs

The polyethylene terephthalate (PET) sector on Friday showed its support to small-, medium-sized and microenterprises in the recycling sector by providing equipment that will enable the enterprises’ effective participation in the mandatory recycling programme launched by the City of Ekurhuleni... 

SARB launches commemorative Mandela notes, R5 coin for circulation

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) on Friday hosted a commemorative occasion at Freedom Park, in Pretoria, to introduce a series of banknotes and a R5 circulation coin, in honour of what would have been former President Nelson Mandela’s one-hundredth birthday this year.  
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