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Complete Cabling Equipment

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Modern materials handling systems support operational improvements

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 With the Internet of Things driving large-scale automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies, drive engineering company SEW-EURODRIVE South Africa national sales manager Norman Maleka believes that materials handling systems will become increasingly integral for improving... 

Enclosed Bulk Bag Discharger

     16th August 2017 A new BULK-OUT™ Model BFC Bulk Bag Discharger features an enclosure to contain errant dust escaping through the seams or fabric of bulk bags when working with unlined bags. White polymer panels enclose the sides, rear and top of the frame, while clear panels on four hinged access doors allow... 

SEW-EURODRIVE supplies MOVITRANS® Contactless Energy Transfer system to Sasol Wax

     11th August 2017 SEW-EURODRIVE has supplied its MOVITRANS® Contactless Energy Transfer system to Sasol Wax, a major manufacturer of a comprehensive range of mineral-oil based and synthetic paraffin waxes, petroleum jellies, and liquid paraffins, using a proprietary gas-to-liquid (GTL) process. Sasol Wax produces... 

Primero craters as Q2 output, cash flow fall

By: Henry Lazenby     11th August 2017 Half the value of Canadian precious metals producer Primero Mining’s NYSE-listed stock has been wiped out on Thursday, after the company reported disappointing second quarter results indicating significant declines in output and cash flows. The dual-listed company, with its flagship San Dimas... 

Creative farming methods ensure sustainability

By: Robyn Wilkinson     11th August 2017 Amid extreme weather, regulatory barriers and import competition, South African farmers need to think creatively about farming practices – not only to reduce costs but also preserve an environment that is struggling under the pressures of a growing global population, says agriculture... 

N2 Wild Coast Toll Road megabridges project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     11th August 2017 The 580-m-long Msikaba bridge will be the longest-span cable-stayed suspension bridge in South Africa, and possibly in Africa.  

The costs of safety

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     11th August 2017 A well known South African electrical cable manufacturer will not hold it against me when I say that, at one time, about 25 years ago, the manufacturer ran the most unsafe cable making operation that I had seen. To the accompaniment of whistles and shouts, a group of men dragged wires, PVC... 

Energy consumption halved with the Atlas Copco GHS VSD+ rotary screw vacuum pump series

     7th August 2017 Energy savings of up to 50%, dramatic reductions in life cycle costs and significant increases in productivity define the Atlas Copco GHS 350 – 5400 VSD+ oil-sealed, rotary-screw vacuum pumps for central vacuum supply systems.    In almost every production environment, the demand for vacuum... 

SADC sees growth in electricity generation capacity  

By: Anine Kilian     1st August 2017 Mainland member States of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) plan to add 30 646 MW of new electricity generation capacity by 2022. Addressing delegates at the SADC Infrastructure Week, in Johannesburg, on Tuesday, SADC Secretariat transport senior programme officer Mapolao Mokoena... 

Zambia's Konkola halts operations at Nchanga mine after cable theft

By: Reuters     26th July 2017 Zambia's Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) said on Tuesday it was halting operations indefinitely at its Nchanga underground mine (NUG) in Chingola state due to theft of high voltage cables. Konkola, a subsdiary of London-listed Vedanta Resources, said it had also evacuated its 991 workers. The company... 

Otel Maps Fibrehoods Online

     25th July 2017 Independent telco and fibre provider, OTEL Telecoms, has launched an easy visual guide mapping the location of 250 000 square kilometres of fibre optic cable within South Africa.   By visiting, prospective high-speed broadband Internet customers can easily determine if... 

RS Components adds robust and high-specification industrial micro-miniature connectors

     24th July 2017 Micro-D connector series from Norcomp offers real alternative to military-spec connectors in industrial applications RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc , the global distributor for engineers, has announced availability of a new range of micro-miniature industrial... 

Guinea Bissau reaches $47m deal on submarine cable

By: Reuters     20th July 2017 Guinea Bissau has agreed a memorandum of understanding with the World Bank, Orange and MTN for a $47-million project to link the country to a submarine telecoms cable connecting Africa with Europe, the government said on Wednesday. Under the agreement, French telecoms company Orange and South... 

Advanced grid protection system beneficial for African market

By: Robyn Wilkinson     14th July 2017 Power protection solutions provider Swedish Neutral will exhibit its Ground Fault Neutraliser (GFN) earth fault protection system at this year’s POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa, taking the opportunity to highlight the protection benefits that the system can offer power grids with an unreliable... 

Best practice engineering crucial for supporting solar in South Africa

     14th July 2017 Although the global solar industry is growing rapidly, photovoltaic (PV) plants are still relatively new in South Africa and require professional design expertise to ensure best practice engineering, says consulting engineering firm SMEC South Africa power and energy function manager Stephen... 

Increased demand for fibre connectivity cables and accessories

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th July 2017 Cable accessories company Tank Industries says the telecommunications industry is picking up, owing to the uptake of fibre-optic cables in domestic and new build commercial installations.  

Industry 4.0 will affect connectivity

     14th July 2017 As Industry 4.0 advances, the demands on cable and connection technology will also change, states cable connector producer the Lapp Group, predicting that the speed at which data is transferred will climb with the consistent networking of company and business processes, which is a development... 

Lapp Group

By: Zandile Mavuso     14th July 2017 Established in Germany in the 1950’s and in South Africa in 1994, Lapp Group South Africa's headquarters is located in Modderfontein, Gauteng.  

Latest product range for carrying cables to be showcased

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th July 2017 At its annual expo scheduled to take place on September 14 and 15, technical solutions provider Bearing Man Group (BMG) will showcase industrial motor control manufacturer Tsubaki’s Kabelschlepp roller supporter chain (RSC) system, which is used to carry cables and suitable for cranes and long... 


     14th July 2017 Gauteng-headquartered Powermite, which has been operational since 1967, manufactures products for moving and rotating machinery, as well as cable, industrial plugs and sockets, mining connectors and lighting systems. 

Supplier completes first phase of cable-clamping project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th July 2017 Industrial equipment supplier Banding & Identification Solutions Africa completed the first roll-out phase of its Ultra-Lok cable clamping system at petrochemicals giant Sasol’s facility in Secunda, Mpumalanga, last month.  

Troubleshooting device eases, enables priority maintenance

     14th July 2017 The Fluke 810 – manufactured by industrial testing equipment manufacturer Fluke – is one of the most advanced troubleshooting instruments available for vibration testing, enabling maintenance teams to rapidly collect data and diagnose and solve mechanical problems. Fluke, represented locally by... 

Victor Industrial Equipment

By: Zandile Mavuso     14th July 2017 Being a manufacturer of explosion protected electrical connectors that cover voltages up to 12 000 V and current up to 750 A, the Victor group of companies – of which Victor Industrial Equipment forms a part of – offers a cable repair facility, built around the mining industry’s specific needs. 

Demag launches DMR modular rope hoist for diverse applications

     13th July 2017 The newly-launched Demag DMR modular rope hoist can be adapted precisely to match specific requirements. With one basic technology, Demag is now able to cover an even broader range of applications than rival products on the market. Due to its modular design, the Demag DMR modular rope hoist... 

Netshield SA ups the local fibre game with release of QSFP28 100G compatible transceiver module range

     13th July 2017 Networking and fibre specialists looking to take their environment to the next level can now do so with the release of the Netshield QSFP 100G range of compatible transceiver modules, ideal for bandwidth intense networking environments, from Netshield South Africa a WestconGroup Southern Africa... 

Angola Cables starts construction on Brazil data centre 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th July 2017 Multinational telecommunications company Angola Cables has started the construction of its South American data centre, located in Fortaleza, Brazil, connecting to the subsea Internet cable linking Africa to the Americas. The data centre will run two key routes – the South Atlantic Cable System... 

Junk-bond investor unease resurfaces as another debt deal pulled

By: Bloomberg     3rd July 2017 A mining company pulled a junk-bond deal Friday in the latest sign that investors are losing their appetite for riskier corporate debt. Hecla Mining Co. pulled a bond sale following the biggest week of outflows from high-yield bond funds since early May and after at least three companies scrapped... 

EM introduces latest Italian electrical connection systems into SA

     26th June 2017 Cembre SpA, a leading Italian manufacturer of electrical connectors, crimping and cutting tools, railroad products, identification and labelling systems, concluded an exclusive distribution agreement with ElectroMechanica (EM) of Johannesburg on 1 March. The family-owned Cembre SpA has its main... 

Highest number of Renewable Energy installations in SA

     23rd June 2017 Specialist electrical contractor, Brand Engineering SA (Pty) Ltd, has carried out the highest number of utility scale solar Renewable Energy (RE) installations in the RE industry in South Africa.  It has become a key construction partner for RE developers, and is responsible for the generation of... 

Manufacturer gears up to meet growing fastening systems demand

By: Robyn Wilkinson     23rd June 2017 Owing to its recent move to larger premises, fastening systems manufacturer Easyhold will increase its stockholding and provide better service for its growing customer base, says operations director Simon Barnard. 

Solar Powered Variable Speed Drives For Remote Borehole Applications

     21st June 2017 Farmers are making increasing use of photovoltaic solar panels and variable speed drives (VSDs) to get clean and continuous power to their boreholes in remote locations, cutting out the need for costly infrastructure and cables to link with the main grid. Zest WEG Group, a subsidiary of leading... 

Public address systems require surge protection

     21st June 2017 Public address systems consist of microphones, amplifiers, and loudspeakers. They are used to transmit speech or music in a large building or at an outdoor gathering. At most, this equipment requires an electrical connection to function to its utmost ability, making it prone to lightning strikes.... 

Magnet now distributes new portable Mobiya solar LED lanterns, which have been designed by Schneider Electric as a convenient, safe and reliable source of energy efficient lighting.

     21st June 2017 Mobiya TS 170S off-grid portable solar LED lanterns consist of a solar panel and an integrated mobile phone charging facility, with a USB cable with 5 adaptors. “This compact, user friendly lighting system is particularly well suited for use in off-grid households, small shops and for street... 

Cable manufacturer to fork out R13m for price fixing

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     21st June 2017 Alberton-based cable manufacturing company South Ocean Electric Wire Company (SOEW) has been fined R13.36-million by the Competition Tribunal, after admitting to having engaged in price fixing, market division and collusive tendering between November 2003 and November 2012. The fine comprises a... 

Oh, for the good old days of no email

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     16th June 2017 At the time of the first free elections, in 1994, I shared an office with Alan Campbell. His nickname is Camel, since many people spell his surname without a 'p'. Camel is eccentric, and so am I. On the door to our office, we had the Latin quote: AP Campbell & T Mackenzie Hoy: Caput archimagirus... 

System positions company in good stead in South Africa

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     9th June 2017 Global electrical and digital building infrastructure specialist Legrand is using its lighting and motion management systems to position itself in the South African energy efficiency market. “We have seen a positive response from the South African market to these systems, with a pleasing... 

Wild Coast highway megabridge projects expected to start this year

By: Irma Venter     9th June 2017 The construction of two megabridges, as part of the South African National Roads Agency Limited’s (Sanral’s) N2 Wild Coast Toll Road (N2WCTR) project, is expected to begin between August and October this year, says Sanral’s bridge network manager Edwin Kruger. “The tenders for the two bridges –... 

Rugged mining cables & connectors for opencast & underground mining applications

     5th June 2017 Components, equipment and systems specialist, Powermite, alongside sister company, Proof Engineering, bring end-to-end cable and connector solutions for mining and industrial applications. Powermite’s rugged range of TPU mining cables with flexible Class 5 tinned annealed copper wire conductors... 

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