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Mutual Safe and Security Group
Safes & Security Products
Mutual Safe Group are manufacturers and exporters of a wide range of burglar and fire resistant safes, which is SABS and UL (Underwriter laboratory of USA) approved, for the protection of cash, documents and data.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Alubond Stalcor
Alcofort aluminium composite panels
Architects and designers use Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) mainly as external cladding for façades of buildings and for insulation and signage.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
Teraco
Teraco data centres are purpose-built and operated to global best practice by an organisation with an absolute focus on collocation infrastructure and data centre technology.
Uniclox (Pty) Ltd
Supplier of time and attendance equipment, access control, job costing, shop floor data collection.
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today21 Sep 2018
verified_userMutual Safe and Security Group

Fire Safes

When it comes to magnetic media such as diskettes, CD’s, DLT Tapes and even rare collector items such as stamps and collectors cards, it is important not to underestimate two key factors. Firstly, such items are extremely sensitive, and secondly, they are usually irreplaceable. The Mutual Data and fire safes ensure that all your data and valuables are protected.
News & Product Highlights
today6 Jul 2016
verified_userAlubond Stalcor

Curves in colour

Architects and designers use Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) mainly as external cladding for façades of buildings and for insulation and signage. However, its uses and applications in commercial projects, buildings and houses are varied. Most shopping malls, shop fronts and shop signs use ACP. 
today28 Nov 2018

Meet the tech disruptors who are shaking up the construction industry

At The Big 5 this year, the most promising tech innovations for the construction sector are on show at the dedicated Start-up City, from 26 to 29 November at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
today18 Jan 2016

The Internet of Things is the land of opportunity

The worldwide web most of us are familiar with is a place populated by about 2.5 billion people who go online to find information, entertainment and shopping, or to stay in touch with friends and share ideas with colleagues. The internet was made by people, for people. But now it has become the Internet of Things (IoT). Experts predict that in a few years there could be 100 billion devices—actual physical things—connected to the web. Some of these devices are online today and more, many more, are coming soon.