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High-speed wireless provides fibrelike connectivity to underserved areas

By: Schalk Burger     24th March 2017 A 28 GHz last-mile wireless access solution is being rolled out in South Africa to provide fibre-like connectivity for underserved areas, says telecommunications operator Paratus Telecom SA MD Kallie Carlsen. The solution uses a combination of 28 GHz wireless line-of-sight solution for last-mile... 

Inverter system uses automatic shutdown system

     17th March 2017 The new intelligent inverter system from photovoltaic (PV) company SolarEdge has an automatic safety control feature that allows the system to use a module-level voltage shutdown, where the PV array is reduced to a safe direct current (dc) voltage in the event of alternating current (ac) shut... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     17th March 2017 The Kusile power station’s Unit 1 has reached its full 800 MW load-generating capacity after initial synchronisation on December 26. 

New system expands product range

     17th March 2017 The condition monitoring equipment range from technical solutions provider Bearing Man Group (BMG) has been expanded by the newly launched portable SPM Leonova Diamond Aligner (SPM Leonova) system. 

Rocla’s Versatile Concrete Poles

     9th March 2017 In the last decade, questions about the cost effectiveness and environmental friendliness of timber and steel poles have inevitably made industry seek alternative solutions for applications across a wide variety of sectors which include electricity, electrical, telecommunications, security... 

Rocla’s Versatile Concrete Poles

     7th March 2017 In the last decade, questions about the cost effectiveness and environmental friendliness of timber and steel poles have inevitably made industry seek alternative solutions for applications across a wide variety of sectors which include electricity, electrical, telecommunications, security... 

New duties on steel products indicative of South Africa’s ‘value-chain’ approach to protection 

By: Terence Creamer     6th March 2017 The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (Itac) confirms that it has recommended increased protection on several downstream steel products and that it is also considering recommending duties on a range of other value-added steel products in future. In addition, the... 

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... 

CRG acquires concentrator circuit

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     27th February 2017 Central Rand Gold (CRG) has placed an order for a 60 000 t/m concentrator circuit to upgrade the gold grade of mine waste dumps materials before further metallurgical processing. The circuit will comprise four centrifugal concentrators, two scrubbers, a high-speed agitator, a dewatering screen,... 

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... 

Ingula pumped-storage scheme project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     24th February 2017 All four units at Ingula are now commercial and produce a combined 1 332 MW. 

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,... 

Kipoi hit by disruptions, output affected – Tiger

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     22nd February 2017 A number of disruptive events at the Kipoi copper project, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, have resulted in ASX-listed Tiger Resources warning of a "material negative impact" on cash flows, as well as reduced revenues from lower copper production. The miner in October 2016 reported that heap... 

Tshwalec Power Projects

By: Zandile Mavuso     17th February 2017 With Tshwalec Power Projects specialising in electrical engineering design services in conjunction with turnkey overhead power line and substation projects up to 166 kV, it has become the preferred supplier of high and medium voltage transmission, distribution and reticulation projects to leaders... 

Virtual Inx-Za Interconnects Mean Free Peer-To-Peer Data

     6th February 2017 Networks currently interconnecting through SA's Internet Exchanges (INXs) for higher speeds and lower costs can now use their peering ports to make Virtual Private Network Interconnects (VPNIs) to other networks, at no cost. That's according to INX-ZA Manager, Nishal Goburdhan, who said this... 

The SMC SY Series continues to deliver local innovation and flexible design

     2nd February 2017 SMC Pneumatics South Africa, a leading provider of pneumatics, continues to drive design excellence and application with its SY series of Valve Manifolds which is manufactured locally at its production facilities in Midrand, Johannesburg.  New-generation benefits 

Sanral rehabilitation project derisks Uitenhage power failures 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     17th January 2017 The completion of an R80-million slope stabilisation engineering project in Nelson Mandela Bay metropolitan region, in the Eastern Cape, has prevented the risk of damage to power cables and related blackouts in Uitenhage. The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) said on Tuesday... 

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... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     13th January 2017 Eskom connected the first power-generating unit of the new Kusile coal-fired power station at the end of December 2016. 

Northern Cape wind farms receive main transformers

By: David Oliveira     16th December 2016 The Northern Cape-based Khobab and Loeriesfontein wind farms announced last month that they had received their main transformer, which were transported by road from Johannesburg. The 160 MVA transformers are to be housed in substations, from where all the generated power from the wind farms will... 

Gorgon liquefied natural gas project, Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     15th December 2016 The Gorgon liquefied natural gas project has started domestic gas supplies to the Western Australian market. 

Prelude floating liquefied natural gas project, Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     15th December 2016 JGC Corporation has received an order for the construction management and completion support services for the project. 

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... 

Necsa subsidiary Pelchem ordered to end exclusivity agreements

By: Anine Kilian     12th December 2016 The Competition Tribunal on Monday confirmed last week’s order of consent agreement between the Competition Commission and State-owned Pelchem, in which Pelchem, which provides surface fluorination for various uses, agreed to remove exclusivity clauses in its agreements with clients. This follows... 

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.  

PRASA New Rolling Stock Acquisition Programme, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     9th December 2016 The first trains delivered in the R51-billion rolling stock acquisition programme for Metrorail operations are gearing up for service. 

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. 

BRT bridge to be completed by end of February

By: Nadine James     25th November 2016 The 255-m-long bus rapid transit (BRT) bridge, which links Alexandra and Sandton, in Johannesburg, in Gauteng, will be completed by the end of February 2017, says engineering consultant Hatch. The Johannesburg BRT system, known as Rea Vaya, is to be extended through the establishment of BRT trunk... 

Underground transmission and distribution cabling network relocation project, Bahrain

By: Sheila Barradas     25th November 2016 The project involves the design and construction supervision of the relocation of underground transmission and distribution cabling networks in Bahrain. 

ABB supplies first UniPack Compact Substation in South Africa to the Cape Peninsula University of Technology for R1.2 million

     22nd November 2016 ABB's UniPack compact substation will enable the Cape Peninsula University of Technology to improve monitoring of its electrical network and provide real-time training platform for electrical engineering students. ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, is supplying a R1,2 million... 

Angola Cables, Etix team up to provide direct US–Africa connection

By: Natasha Odendaal     16th November 2016 Angolan telecommunications company Angola Cables and Luxembourg-headquartered data centre and cable landing station specialist Etix Everywhere have partnered to build infrastructure to reduce the latency between the US and Africa, thereby eliminating the data route through Europe. The parties... 

Liquid Telecoms’ buyout of Neotel nears final hurdle

By: Natasha Odendaal     15th November 2016 The R6.5-billion buyout of converged communications network operator Neotel by privately owned Pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom is reaching its final hurdle – approval by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa). The acquisition was progressing “very well” and the... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     11th November 2016 Eskom has reported that work is progressing well at the project. 

Ingula pumped-storage scheme project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     4th November 2016 Unit 3 of the Ingula-pumped storage scheme has been synchronised to the grid. 

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