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Pneumatics a cleaner solution for packaging, sealing and sorting

By: Johane Turkstra     17th March 2017 Pneumatic valve manifolds have the potential to be the safest means of mechanical driving for the food and beverage industry, as they use clean air to elicit movement in the manufacturing process, thereby eliminating food contamination risks. There are many unique features of pneumatics as a... 

Weapon system controlled from vehicle 

By: Victor Moolman     17th March 2017 Defence vehicle manufacturer Denel Vehicle Systems will deliver four Self Defence Remotely Operated Weapons (SD-ROW) systems and eight RG32M defence vehicles to the Namibian government by the end of this month for defence purposes and tactical observation. 

Samtec connector range from RS Components targets wireless telecommunications

     7th March 2017 Hundreds of products introduced to the RS connector portfolio to support wireless telecoms applications RS Components, the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc , the global distributor for engineers, has announced that it is expanding its Samtec product range with the introduction of more than... 

Bosch User experience empowers disabled woodworker

     3rd March 2017 A donation of power tools from Bosch as part of its ongoing Bosch User Experience has empowered disabled civil engineer Christo Wynand to develop his woodworking skills and earn a living at the same time. ,Bosch donated a GHO 6500 Professional planer and GKS 190 Professional handheld circular saw... 

Band-It flourishes in SA market due to novel applications and products

     3rd March 2017 The South African market continues to have unique applications for stainless steel band, buckle systems, preformed clamps, and cable tie products from Band-It, which means it continues to be an important growth area for the international OEM. Visiting local Band-It distributor, Banding &... 

Quality Enclosures on Sale

     28th February 2017 Cable Junction Boxes without knockouts for normal and protected outdoor environments. Cable Junction boxes used to join electrical cables while closing connection points and protecting electrical systems from external hazards. Commonly used in the construction industry, HellermannTyton offers a... 

Quality Enclosures on Sale

     28th February 2017 Cable Junction Boxes without knockouts for normal and protected outdoor environments. Cable Junction boxes used to join electrical cables while closing connection points and protecting electrical systems from external hazards. Commonly used in the construction industry, HellermannTyton offers a... 

Sport ground lightning protection from touch and step potentials

     27th February 2017 The Rio Olympics 2016 serve as a reminder that sporting events can gather thousands of unsuspecting people from all walks of life together into one big space – an open sport field. Statistics show that the highest frequency (45%) of South African lightning strikes occur in open areas, including... 

Ecosse Subsea Systems Chart Growth Path With Commercial Appointment

     24th February 2017 Ecosse Subsea Systems has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Iain Middleton to the newly created role of commercial manager.   The subsea and engineering technology company said the move would allow commercial director Keith McDermott to continue to pursue new business... 

Digital broadcasting migration project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     24th February 2017 Advocate Wim Trengove has told the Constitutional Court that a decision on the amended set-top box policy is unnecessary, as it will have no legal binding effect. 

Electric vehicles unlikely to scale battery hurdle 

By: Kelvin Kemm     24th February 2017 Much scientific work has gone into the development of electric vehicles over recent years. Huge strides have been made, but I cannot see a way past the battery problem in the case of day-to-day electric cars. This is always glossed over by the proponents of electric cars.  Making the electric... 

Making sense of insulation testing

     23rd February 2017 Insulation problems are to blame for around 30% or more of motor failures – meaning that electrical motor testing should be a larger part of every condition monitoring regime. Mike Teska, Product Line Manager at SKF, explains. Motors are being asked to work with less margin and cost these days,... 

LS-MFEZ solar photovoltaic power plant project, Zambia

By: Sheila Barradas     17th February 2017 The Bangweulu Power Company plans to build a 50 MW solar plant in the Lusaka South multifacility economic zone. 

City Power clamps down on corruption, welcomes forensic investigation

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     16th February 2017 Johannesburg City Power chairperson Reverend Frank Chikane on Thursday said the company’s board welcomes any forensic investigation into multibillion-rand tenders awarded by the entity. City Mayor Herman Mashaba earlier this month said he would start such an investigation after hearing of serious... 

ARB Holdings holds steady amid tough economic conditions

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     16th February 2017 Investment company ARB Holdings has posted a profit of R77.97-million for the six months to December 31, marginally higher than the profit of R77.68-million posted for the six months to December 31, 2015. Revenue was up 3.1% year-on-year to R1.27-billion, as a result of revenue growth in the... 

LVIT Technology™- Replacing Linear Potentiometers with a Contactless Solution

     8th February 2017 ILPS-19 Series Linear Position Sensor by The Sensor Connection The Sensor Connection has expanded its sensor product offering by adding a line of ILPS-19 Series Inductive Linear Position Sensors using LVIT Technology; contactless devices designed for factory automation and a variety of industrial... 

AfriForum lays complaint of culpable homicide against Eskom acting CEO

By: Anine Kilian     3rd February 2017 Civil rights organisation AfriForum has laid a culpable homicide complaint against acting State-owned Eskom CEO Matshela Koko, after a woman was electrocuted while walking on her way home through open veld close to the informal settlement Blikkiesdorp, near Grabouw, in the Western Cape, last... 

Koeberg contract and SA’s covert nuclear arms programme

By: Jade Davenport     3rd February 2017 One of the most fascinating aspects of the construction of South Africa’s first nuclear energy project, the 1 800 MW Koeberg power station, in the Western Cape – and an aspect that will always differentiate it from any future nuclear build programme in the country – was that it was undertaken at... 

Inverter drives set for April launch

     27th January 2017 Manufacturing, marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment provider Mitsubishi Electric is set to launch the latest addition to its FR-A800 inverter drives in Europe in April this year. It is based on its FR-A800 series variable speed drives (VSDs) with an integrated Web server and... 

Next-generation voltage drives launched

     27th January 2017 Earlier this month power generation and transmission systems supplier Siemens announced the release of its next generation of the Sinamics Perfect Harmony GH180 medium voltage drive. The company mentions that the new generation drive, manufactured in Pennsylvania, in the US, features an... 

Tooling capabilities open up new prospects for SA auto-parts firm

By: David Oliveira     20th January 2017 Cable management solutions provider HellermannTyton South Africa’s 2014 acquisition of PVS Engineering has significantly improved the company’s tooling manufacturing capabilities and placed the company in a strong position within the group internationally. HellermannTyton South Africa network... 

Enclosure Sale Now On

     13th January 2017 Cable Junction Boxes without knockouts for normal and protected outdoor environments. Cable Junction boxes used to join electrical cables while closing connection points and protecting electrical systems from external hazards. Commonly used in the construction industry, HellermannTyton offers a... 

Year End Sale Extended

     13th January 2017 Cable Junction Boxes without knockouts for normal and protected outdoor environments. Cable Junction boxes used to join electrical cables while closing connection points and protecting electrical systems from external hazards. Commonly used in the construction industry, HellermannTyton offers a... 

PRASA must get house in order or face collapse – Untu 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     22nd December 2016 The United National Transport Union (Untu) has lashed out against South African railway services, including the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) and Transnet, stating that it needed to provide proper service, or face “total collapse”. The union said that a number of incidences in the... 

Engineering solutions provider showcases manufacturing capabilities

By: David Oliveira     16th December 2016 Engineering solutions provider Ansys earlier this month hosted investors and media on a tour of its technology investment business unit Parsec’s manufacturing facility, in Irene, Gauteng. Ansys CEO Rynier van der Watt highlighted that the facility is dedicated to the manufacture of high-end... 

Fourteen airport rail links planned in Africa, including two more in SA

By: Irma Venter     16th December 2016 There are more than 7 000 airports indexed at the International Air Transport Association (Iata), with 600 of those handling more than 1-million passengers a year. Around 150 of these 600 airports have rail access directly to the terminals, with only 23 of the 150 featuring dedicated,... 

Emperors Palace extends solar PV plant

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     15th December 2016 Hotel group Peermont is extending the solar photovoltaic (PV) plant at its Emperors Palace hotel and casino, in Johannesburg, from 1.18 MW to 2.72 MW by adding more generating capacity on its parkade rooftop and other roof spaces. After the successful reveal of the first phase of the rooftop... 

Fourteen airport rail links planned in Africa, including two more in South Africa

By: Irma Venter     15th December 2016 There are more than 7 000 airports indexed at the International Air Transport Association (Iata), with 600 of those hand- ling more than one-million passengers a year. Around 150 of these 600 airports have rail access directly to the terminals, with only 23 of the 150 featuring dedicated,... 

R150m optical fibre manufacturing facility opens in KwaZulu-Natal

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     14th December 2016 A new R150-million optical fibre cable manufacturing and distribution facility located within the Dube TradePort special economic zone, in Durban, on Wednesday started operations, six months after construction started. Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies welcomed the investment in the... 

Eskom hunts electricity thieves after 29 deaths and 82 injuries over 3 years 

By: African News Agency      9th December 2016 Eskom on Thursday requested the help of the public to bring to book electricity thieves who are allegedly responsible for the deaths of 29 people and for the serious injuries suffered by 82 others in Kwazulu-Natal over the past three years. Eskom said the deaths and injuries were as a result of... 

Dalradian development stope produces 35% more gold than foreseen in resource model

By: Henry Lazenby     9th December 2016 TSX- and Aim-listed Dalradian Resources has produced 35% more gold from the third test stope at its Curraghinalt gold project in Northern Ireland, than predicted in the June resource estimate. Toronto-based Dalradian explained that the third stope is located on the V-75 vein, complementing two... 

Liquid Sea submarine cable project, South Africa to the Middle East

By: Sheila Barradas     9th December 2016 The new submarine cable will directly connect all countries along the east coast of Africa and provide new connectivity for the Middle East and Europe.  

LZ-25 Series LVIT Inductive Linear Position Sensors

     5th December 2016 Through-bore Low Cost Sensors for Applications Needing SUPERIOR Stroke-to-Body-Length H. G. Schaevitz LLC, Alliance Sensors Group has expanded its sensor product offering using LVIT Technology™ by adding the LZ-25 Series linear position sensors. These are contactless devices designed for use in... 

Sanitary High-Lift Box/Container Tipper

     5th December 2016 A new sanitary TIP-TITE™ High-Lift Box/Container Tipper from Flexicon discharges dust-free into vessels 1830 to 3050 mm above the plant floor. Boxes and other containers are loaded at floor level and hydraulically seated against a discharge hood. The assembly is then hydraulically elevated and... 

Illegal electricity connections tripping up service delivery in Cape Town

By: African News Agency      5th December 2016 The City of Cape Town’s electricity services department is facing an uphill battle to prevent illegal connections to the grid, the city said on Sunday. Last week, attempts to disconnect illegal users resulted in violent protest action in Schaapkraal and the Philippi horticultural area. 

Monet submarine cable network project, Brazil and the US

By: Sheila Barradas     2nd December 2016 The Monet project comprises a 10 500-km-long fibre-optic cable, which stretches from Brazil to the US. 

Parallel generator plants a cost effective solution 

By: Robyn Wilkinson     2nd December 2016 The parallel synchronisation of smaller generators to achieve the same power outputs as a single large generator offers significant cost-saving benefits to South African businesses that must manage continued grid power supply uncertainties, says generator manufacturer Maverick Generators MD... 

Ansys showcases manufacturing capabilities

By: David Oliveira     1st December 2016 Engineering solutions provider Ansys on Wednesday hosted investors and media on a tour of its technology investment business unit Parsec’s manufacturing facility, in Irene, Gauteng. Ansys CEO Rynier van der Watt highlighted that the facility was dedicated to the manufacture of high-end technology... 

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