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First equipment brings relief to Ngqura port maintenance

By: Simone Liedtke     19th June 2018 The Port of Ngqura, located in Port Elizabeth, has received its first piece of maintenance equipment since the port became operational in 2009. Valued at about R1.8-million, a crane truck was specifically modified to meet the port’s unique requirements. 

OMRON to Introduce New i4 SCARA Product Family

19th June 2018 Top of the line SCARA in speed and precision is designed for easy integration into the production line with predictive maintenance functions Omron Industrial, Johannesburg. South Africa. 

Arun Chadha

8th June 2018 This week we profile Arun Chadha, CEO of Allied Steelrode, a value-adding steel processor and supplier   

Telecoms company Seacom upgrades subsea cable system

By: African News Agency      5th June 2018 Pan African telecommunications company Seacom said on Tuesday it had upgraded its key submarine network system from its southern and eastern African coastline landings into Europe at a total capacity of 1.5 terabits per second, adding 500G of new capacity on the system. Seacom said the latest... 

Atlas Copco QES generators - fast, reliable predictable power at the touch of a button

1st June 2018 Whether paralleling, load sharing or power exporting, Atlas Copco’s QES mobile generator range is the most practical predictable power choice offering the perfect balance between performance and affordability to seamlessly meet the standby power requirements of the general construction and rental... 

Sector recovery affords new opportunities for banding company

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     1st June 2018 Stable growth in the electricity sector will likely have a positive effect on sales, says Jet Park-based stainless steel banding company Banding and Identification Solutions South Africa (Bisa) sales director Rosa Dos Remendos. “This is positive, as the sector is a major market for our stainless... 

Safety issues must be addressed – law firm

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     1st June 2018 Safety is a massive problem in the rail industry in South Africa and it must be dealt with, says global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright director and head of rail David Kapelus. Ageing infrastructure and unlawful activity contribute to the country’s rail safety problems, with significant problems... 

FibreCo increases Dark Fibre Resilience from Johannesburg to Durban, SEACOM and EASSy

31st May 2018 FibreCo went live on its open access dark fibre link along the N3 from Johannesburg to Durban including the subsea cable landing stations of SEACOM and EASSy on the east coast. SEACOM will be one of FibreCo’s first customers.  The N3, Johannesburg to Durban, is a strategic link for FibreCo... 

Low-profile flexible screw conveyor rolls under mezzanines, discharges anywhere

31st May 2018 PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA ¾ A new Low Profile Flexible Screw Conveyor with integral bin and castor-mounted frame can roll below mezzanines and other low-headroom areas, receive material from overhead equipment, and discharge the material into process equipment and vessels throughout the plant.... 

RS Components announces availability of Molex MUO 2.5 termination connectors targeting electrical appliances and systems

29th May 2018 New termination connectors can reduce cable assembly time and improve reliability and processing time RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), the global distributor for engineers, has announced availability of the Molex MUO 2.5 series of terminal connectors,... 

Modern electromechanical machine design

29th May 2018 Frank Durban, Division Marketing & Commercial Manager – Parker EMDE Division   

Beele Engineering develops special clamping strips for remarkable trefoil clamping of high-tension cables

28th May 2018 For more than 40 years, Beele Engineering has been synonymous with innovative rubber technology-based sealing solutions. A recent example of this was the company’s development of special clamping strips whereby three high-tension cables are clamped together into a trefoil clamp developed by LOS... 

ILPS-45 Series LVIT Linear Position Sensors by Harold G. Schaevitz Industries LLC for Heavy Duty Industrial and Extreme Environment Civil Engineering Applications

28th May 2018 Harold G. Schaevitz Industries LLC has released its ILPS-45 series inductive, contactless linear position sensor using LVIT Technology. The ILPS-45 linear position sensors are specifically designed for measuring applications requiring rugged devices, whether measuring position of steam turbine... 

Alternative drive systems for offshore operations

25th May 2018 Owing to increasing safety requirements and more stringent environmental regulations, use of electric drive technology has become the subject of ever stronger debate in the offshore sector. Its higher precision and better dynamics and efficiency are winning over more and more users on the high... 

New gland module system for improved safety/fire safety in industrial plants

24th May 2018 Available in gas and watertight and fire-resistant versions With the GLANDMOD system, Beele Engineering is providing a smart and effective alternative to gland plates. The modules can be directly attached to generators, motors and other (operating) equipment for incoming and outgoing cabling, as... 

Telecom Egypt bags $200m financing facility to buy undersea Internet cable

By: African News Agency      23rd May 2018 The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) said on Wednesday that it will commit up to $200-million to Telecom Egypt (TE) in a bid to enable the telecommunication company finance working capital and investments in its infrastructure. The agreement for the short-term dual tranche facility would... 

Hyundai's i20 gets smarter, with a refreshed design and new flagship derivative

23rd May 2018 Hyundai Automotive South Africa is continuing its success in the segment for mid-sized hatchbacks by introducing a refreshed i20 line-up with a more modern design, and the addition of a 1.4 Active flagship derivative. "The i20 is one of our important models and has been one of our top-selling... 

LRL-27 Series Long Stroke Heavy Duty LVIT Inductive Linear Position Sensors

22nd May 2018 Alliance Sensors Group a div of H.G. Schaevitz LLC has expanded its sensor product offering by adding to its line the LRL-27 Series of long-stroke LVIT position sensors. These are contactless devices designed for factory automation systems and a variety of heavy duty industrial or commercial... 

Johan Sverdrup oilfield development, Norway

By: Sheila Barradas     18th May 2018 Cable-laying vessel NKT Victoria has started laying the cable that will supply Johan Sverdrup with power from shore. 

Electric cable association to pay penalty for price-fixing

By: Simone Liedtke     11th May 2018 The Competition Tribunal has confirmed a settlement agreement with the Association of Electric Cable Manufacturers South Africa (AECMSA) relating to its involvement in fixing the selling price of electric power cables. Customers affected by the contravention were primarily State-owned Eskom, as... 

Band-It makes inroads into Africa thanks to its global presence

10th May 2018 A global manufacturing base, combined with strict quality control, ongoing customer liaison, and regular interaction with local distributors has allowed Band-It to make significant inroads into Africa, where it has seen an uptick in growth for the past four to five years. The Band-It product... 

Double-up on safe, efficient cable sealing with AMPgland cable glands from Proof Engineering

4th May 2018 Proof Engineering’s range of double-compression cable glands including the Orion, Crater & Taurus Exd AMPgland, ensures safe and efficient securing and sealing of cables in the mining and oil & gas industries. “The AMPgland which is proudly our very own branded cable gland, offers an... 

RS Components launches small-size RS Pro infrared temperature sensor for industrial equipment

30th April 2018 High-performance and low-cost non-contact sensor unit designed for permanent monitoring of industrial application temperatures up to 1000°C RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc , the global distributor for engineers, has launched a new RS Pro low-cost and... 

N2 Wild Coast Toll Road megabridges project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     27th April 2018 The retender process for the construction of the Msikaba bridge closed on April 11, 2018.  

SA distributor secures rights to market cable fire-protection system

By: Dylan Slater     20th April 2018 A joint venture (JV) between 24-year-old South Africa-based construction access systems provider IBAS Group and Norway-based fire-prevention solutions company Fire Security aims to increase market awareness in South Africa for two fire-prevention systems developed and manufactured by Fire... 

Three new Novus products improve temperature logging accuracy

20th April 2018 Brazilian loop controller and data instrumentation manufacturer Novus Automation has launched three new products within the last four months, the Novus LoopView, the LogBox-BLE and the RHT Climate range with a focus on temperature and pressure monitoring. The first product is the Novus LoopView.... 

Nationwide bus strike to start on Wednesday

By: News24Wire      17th April 2018 A nationwide bus strike is set to start on Wednesday, the South African Road Passenger Bargaining Council (SARPBC) said on Monday. The strike will put at least 80% of the country's passenger buses on lock-down over a pay dispute. "The impact is going to be felt right across the republic," Gary... 

Clamping down on cable theft at major synfuel producer

13th April 2018 The Ultra-Lok® band-and-buckle clamping system, distributed locally by Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa, has been used to prevent cable theft at a major synfuel producer in Mpumalanga. This is a flagship client for Banding & ID Solutions Africa, which has also supplied ancillary... 

Security drones taking off, but SA restrictions limit adoption

By: Dylan Slater     13th April 2018 Drones, otherwise known as remotely piloted aircraft systems, continue to gain a foothold in an increasing number of industries, with adoption rates in the safety and security industry growing worldwide. In fact, safety and security drone sales totalled $145-million in 2016, according to a market... 

Security drones taking off, but SA restrictions limit adoption

By: Dylan Slater     13th April 2018 Drones, otherwise known as remotely piloted aircraft systems, continue to gain footholds in an increasing number of industries, with adoption rates in safety and security industry growing worldwide. In fact, safety and security drone sales totalled $145-million in 2016, according to a market... 

Goodbye to copper

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     13th April 2018 Copper, the metal, has been around for a very long time. The Copper Age predates the Bronze and Iron ages and ran from about 4500 BC to 3500 BC. Copper has stuck with us – wooden ships were sheathed in copper and the domes of buildings were made from copper – it does not corrode. The Statue of... 

Identify any cable and component!

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th April 2018 Ever lost time figuring out where each wire goes? Durable professional labels that remain legible and stay attached in harsh conditions are extremely important to keep network, voice and data cables and components organised and running effectively. Get the Electrical Identification Guide Book... 

Durban port upgrade and expansion project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     6th April 2018 The upgrade of two shiploaders at the Durban harbour has been completed. 

Cable theft in Rosslyn reaching crisis proportions, warns Gauteng MEC

By: Irma Venter     4th April 2018 The Gauteng government on Wednesday expressed its concern about continuous electricity supply disruptions at the Automotive Supplier Park (ASP) in Rosslyn, Tshwane. In recent weeks, production had been halted several times owing to cable theft, said Gauteng Economic Development, Environment,... 

Upgrade of shiploaders at Durban harbour completed

30th March 2018 Consulting engineering solutions provider Bosch Projects has recently completed the upgrade of two shiploaders at the Durban harbour. The shiploaders have been used to load sugar onto vessels at the South African Sugar Association’s sugar terminal for over 50 years. 

Space essential for meeting South Africa’s economic and social development goals

By: Rebecca Campbell     30th March 2018 In August last year, the US-based Space Foundation reported that the worldwide space economy had been worth $329-billion in 2016, up from $323-billion in 2015. The Foundation noted that the rise had been due to the increase in commercial space activities (there had been tiny declines in... 

Space essential for meeting South Africa’s economic and social development goals

By: Rebecca Campbell     29th March 2018 In August last year, the US-based Space Foundation reported that the worldwide space economy was worth $329-billion in 2016, up from $323-billion in 2015. The foundation noted that the rise was due to the increase in commercial space activities (there had been tiny declines in government space... 

Epiroc ROC family of drill rigs ROC for Booysen Bore

28th March 2018 “Mobility, flexibility, reliability, efficiency and precision drilling capacity define Epiroc’s ROC family of drilling machines making them the most suitable and up for the task,” states Pieter Malan, General Manager of Booysen Bore Drilling Company, Sishen. This specialist drilling company is... 

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