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Asset management systems seen as way to bolster utility sustainability

By: Schalk Burger     18th January 2019 Enterprise asset management (EAM) systems, including metering and billing solutions, help utilities to run more efficiently and, thereby, support utility and infrastructure provision, says information technology services multinational Wipro Africa business development head Marleze van... 

Tulisa cleared of cable price-fixing charges

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th January 2019 The Competition Tribunal has dismissed a case of price fixing against power cable manufacturer Tulisa, after finding that there was insufficient evidence to show the company had been part of a cartel that had allegedly sought to fix the price of power cables from 2001 to 2010. At the time of... 

HAZLETON PUMPS introduces the SA HIPPO submersible slurry pump on-site mechanical seal replacement system.

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th November 2018 The HIPPO Submersible pump range has been successfully in use since 1984 and HAZLETON PUMPS decided to re-design this range of pumps in order that the mechanical seals can be replaced on-site by the user without having to remove the shaft, bearings, the electrical stator winding or the pump... 

Jaguar’s first electric car to cost a cool R1.69-million in SA 

By: Irma Venter     29th October 2018 South Africa’s third commercially available fully electric vehicle (EV) will make its local debut early in 2019, at a starting price of R1.69-million. The Jaguar I-Pace sports-utility vehicle (SUV) will be available in three trim grades, namely S, SE and HSE, as well as a special first edition,... 

Ultra-Lok® helps to clamp down on cable theft

26th October 2018 The tamper-proof Ultra-Lok® clamping system, distributed locally by Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa, has been relaunched with a particular emphasis on its ability to prevent cable theft. Cable theft costs the South African economy billions of rands each year in lost productivity,... 

Easy-to-read characters made from stainless steel

26th October 2018 Band-It range of stainless steel clamping and identification systems distributor Banding & Identification Solutions Africa offers an easy-to-read and -install identification system for equipment from hoses to heavy equipment. Banding & Identification sales representative Matthew Campbell explains... 

Wind farm to power local development

By: Tracy Hancock     26th October 2018 The R3.1-billion Perdekraal East Wind Farm, in the Western Cape’s Witzenberg local municipality, has started work on its electrical distribution network, edging closer to not only making an impact on the national grid but also on the economies of surrounding communities. 

A chain reaction of quality and reliability with Powermite’s EKD Kolibri energy chain

19th October 2018 Powermite has been a leading supplier of EKD Kolibri energy chain to the Southern African market for more than three decades. The company shares a combined knowledge of over 50 years in drag chain applications with EKD, the globally renowned energy chain manufacturer based in Germany. “EKD energy... 

Conveyor belts are a leading cause of underground fires yet they are avoidable

18th October 2018 This year has proven to be one of the deadliest for mine safety in South Africa since 2012. One of the leading causes of deaths and injury in mines is fire and a large proportion of fires are caused by conveyor belts. Conveyor belts are widely used in mining, both under and above ground. Yet... 

Surge Technology and DEHN Africa: celebrating 30+ years of doing business together

15th October 2018 JOHANNESBURG –September 16, 2018 – Surge Technology and DEHN Africa are proudly celebrating over 30 years of doing business together in the surge and lightning protection industry. This is according to Paul van As, LV divisional manager of Surge Technology, who says, “The history of the two... 

Telecom connectivity for the South African market

12th October 2018 The Prysmian Connectivity Business Unit, a unit of Italian multinational corporation Prysmian Group, which manufactures electric power transmission and telecommunications cables and systems, visited South Africa in August to present product solutions to new and existing customers in the country... 

SAPSDA joins SASSDA

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th October 2018 In 2013 the South African Pump Manufacturers Association (Sapma®) was requested by the dti as well as ESKOM to form the South African Pump Cluster and in order to comply with the dti requirement to form a cluster, Sapma had to change from being an employer’s association to become a development... 

Africa needs to invest more in infrastructure to meet Agenda 2063 goals

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th October 2018 For Africa to reach its Agenda 2063 goals, the necessary infrastructure needs to be in place, especially to support Africa’s accelerated integration and growth, technological transformation, trade and development. This will include high-speed railway networks, roads, shipping lines, sea and air... 

Telkom Kenya holds talks over two submarine cable landing deals

By: Reuters     9th October 2018 Telkom Kenya is in talks with two unnamed parties over partnerships to allow it to sell high speed internet capacity from two undersea data cables that are about to land in the East African nation, its CEO said on Tuesday. The operator, which is the smallest in Kenya behind Safaricom and Bharti... 

Cleat Manufacturer Secures Major Singapore Tunnel Contract

3rd October 2018 Leading manufacturer of cable glands and cable cleats, CMP Products, has secured a major contract to supply cable restraining ‘cleats’ to the multi-million dollar Singapore Tunnel Project. Owned by Singapore Power Grid, (SPG) the project aims to future-proof the supply of electricity across... 

RS Components introduces industrial videoscope for equipment inspection applications

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 High-resolution IP68-rated videoscope designed to meet challenges of industrial maintenance troubleshooting and quality assurance testing in harsh environments RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, has introduced the rugged... 

Renewable Energy Projects Are ‘Home Ground’ For Raubex Infra

1st October 2018 Renewable energy infrastructure specialist Raubex Infra is looking forward to the rollout of public-private solar and wind energy projects this year and is excited about Energy Minister Jeff Radebe’s announcement of a fifth bid window to be launched in November. “Our work in the renewable energy... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     28th September 2018 The remaining Kusile units are progressing well. 

Orange, MainOne team up in submarine cable expansion

By: Natasha Odendaal     28th September 2018 French telecommunications group Orange and connectivity and data centre services provider MainOne Cable have signed an agreement that will see Orange inject undisclosed major investments into the West African submarine cable system MainOne. Under the partnership, Orange will acquire additional... 

SACS goes live, greatly furthering global connectivity

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     27th September 2018 The South Atlantic Cable System (SACS), which will provide a more direct route for Internet traffic in the Southern Hemisphere, is now on stream and open for commercial traffic. The system, which is wholly owned by Angola Cables, has been manufactured and powered by NEC Corporation and connects... 

Yokogawa Releases the DTSXTM1 Fiber Optic Heat Detector

25th September 2018 An OpreX TM Field Instruments facility monitoring and fire detection solution that is housed in an easy-to-install enclosure– Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces that it has developed the DTSXTM1 fiber optic heat detector, an OpreXTM Field Instruments heat sensing and fire detection solution.... 

Uniflex-Hydraulik GmbH / 2-year warranty

25th September 2018 Social-Media-Post HM 665 with Control C.2: The top production crimper with an opening stroke of more than 180 mm. Thanks to an opening diameter without dies of 580 mm, the HM 665 can be used to crimp industrial hoses up to 12" with ANSI flanges and pipe fittings up to 16" without removing the... 

Electrical equipment range expanded

21st September 2018 Power distribution system supplier Magnet Group has expanded on its Carlo Gavazzi range by introducing multi-channel power analyser and automation products. These include WM50 multi-channel power analysers, which efficiently measure main electrical variables as well as voltage and current... 

Sanral awards R1.65bn Msikaba megabridge contract to Concor Mota-Engil JV

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th September 2018 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has awarded the Concor Mota-Engil joint venture (JV) the second of two megabridge construction contracts as part of the N2 Wild Coast project. The R1.65-billion bridge will be built near Lusikisiki over the Msikaba gorge.  

Eureka gold mine to restart production in H1 2019

By: Simone Liedtke     7th September 2018 Aim-listed Vast Resources hopes to restart production at the Zimbabwe-based Eureka gold mine, in which the company’s 25%-owned Dallaglio Investments holds a 95% interest, in the first half of 2019. Multiple work programmes are currently being undertaken at Eureka to restore the mine to... 

Easy-to-read identification system keeps ‘tag’ of valuable assets

7th September 2018 An easy-to-read and install identification system for everything from hoses to heavy equipment is available from Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa. Easy Read means maximum tagging effectiveness for enhanced traceability. Such has been the success of the Easy Read system locally that... 

Sasol develops new IT solution for head office

7th September 2018 In partnership with integrated energy and chemical company Sasol’s Information Management Services (IMS) to develop and deliver an integrated information technology (IT) solution for its new head office, professional services company Turner & Townsend has helped Sasol – which is involved in... 

Brady provides automatic label formatting

31st August 2018 Power distribution system supplier Magnet Group is dedicated to enhancing its extensive range of electrical equipment, industrial instrumentation and automation systems, to meet market requirements. 

Cabling system enables increased data transfer

By: Evert Wasserman     31st August 2018 French industrial group Legrand designed its latest system to ensure high-performance, through structured cabling systems and a high quality cabling system called Legrand’s Cabling Solutions (LCS³). 

Backup power to ensure safety, continuous production 

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     24th August 2018 There has been increased interest in the generator sets of Himoinsa Southern Africa, a subsidiary of Spain-based power solutions provider Himoinsa. This is a good sign from the mines, as it indicates that they are prioritising their safety requirements,” claims Himoinsa Southern Africa services... 

RS Components introduces new motor circuit protection range from Schneider Electric

By: Creamer Media Reporter      23rd August 2018 RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, has announced the TeSys GV4 range of motor circuit breakers from Schneider Electric, a global leader in delivering advanced solutions for energy management and automation applications.... 

Cable theft disrupts Metrorail's Joburg-Pretoria train service

By: Reuters     15th August 2018 Metrorail has said its technical teams are busy replacing stolen cables after its train service between Pretoria and Johannesburg was disrupted on Wednesday morning due to missing overhead wires on both lines at Olifantsfontein. As a result, trains from Johannesburg are turning around at... 

Fibre optics punted for pipeline monitoring amid major spills in mining and other sectors

By: Nadine James     10th August 2018 Fibre optics were invented to carry huge amounts of voice data over long distances very efficiently, but advancements in optical technology have enabled the use of specialised fibre optic cables as sensors with the ability to measure parameters such as acoustic energy, temperature, strain, and... 

Banding & ID Solutions Africa looks to continent for growth

7th August 2018 Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa, in addition to targeting opportunities anticipated to arise locally from new infrastructure build projects, is also seeking to expand its product footprint in neighbouring countries. The South Africa-headquartered company already has distributors in... 

High-speed door solutions from Maxiflex are cool!

6th August 2018 High-speed roll-up doors from Maxiflex are helping to maintain constant temperatures inside the cold storage and refrigeration areas of Makro Riversands and Makro Springfield located in Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal (KZN) respectively. “Makro Riversands is a brand new store that opened its doors at... 

High-speed door solutions from Maxiflex are cool!

3rd August 2018 High-speed roll-up doors from Maxiflex are helping to maintain constant temperatures inside the cold storage and refrigeration areas of Makro Riversands and Makro Springfield located in Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal (KZN) respectively. “Makro Riversands is a brand new store that opened its doors at... 

Saboteurs behind train torching 'pretend to be commuters' – Cape Town transport head

By: News24Wire      30th July 2018 Alleged saboteurs believed to be behind the recent spate of train torchings all used the same method: they pretended to be commuters before setting the carriage alight as the train arrived in the station. This is according to mayoral committee member for transport and urban development Brett... 

Legrand’s multimedia cables

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th July 2018 Legrand’s extensive range of cable and cable accessories encompasses multimedia cables, which are designed to fit easily into work areas and in spaces where technology-users need access to power and data connections. These cables are compatible with most desktop PC’s, laptops, monitors, scanners... 

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