Geze is one of the worlds leading manufacturers and developers of door, window and safety technology.
location_on Midrand, Gauteng
South Africa’s leading specialist, manufacturer and supplier in window automation providing smoke ventilation and natural ventilation solutions.
location_on Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
York International (SA) Inc
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
York International (SA) Inc. is a Johnson Controls entity - Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration and Fire & Security industries.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
Echo Prestress
A Name Truly Cast in Concrete
Echo Prestress is part of the Echo Group of Companies, although the oldest company in the group dates back to 1983, Echo Prestress opened for business in July 1995.
location_on Kempton Park, Gauteng
today28 Nov 2018
verified_userSE Controls

SE Controls | SECO Ni 24 40 Chain Actuator for Smoke & Environmental Ventilation

SECO Ni 24 40 Chain Actuator for Smoke & Environmental Ventilation Applications SE Controls manufacture this high-quality ‘Made in Britain’ actuator with the following features: • Tested to all annexes of EN12101-2: 2003 • ‘Frequency of operation’ data logging records every actuator movement • Compact design with variable options for stroke length • Standard finish is Grey RAL 9006, can be customised to suit requirements • Standard flex length is 2m but this can be modified to suit installation requirements • Extensive range of brackets to suit a variety of window systems • Quiet operation with configurable speed control • 900mm version is not suitable for Top Hung applications
today29 Nov 2018
verified_userSE Controls

SE Controls | Twin SECO Ni 24 40 Chain Actuator

The Twin SECO Ni 24 40 is a certified and compliant Chain Actuator designed to provide precise and reliable operation for Smoke and Environmental Ventilation applications. Product Details SE Controls manufacture this high-quality ‘Made in Britain’ actuator with the following features: Tested to all annexes of EN12101-2: 2003 ‘Frequency of operation’ data logging records every actuator movement Compact design with variable options for stroke length Standard finish is Grey RAL 9006, can be customised to suit requirements Standard flex length is 2m but this can be modified to suit installation requirements Extensive range of brackets to suit a variety of window systems Quiet operation with configurable speed control 900mm version is not suitable for Top Hung applications
today29 Nov 2018
verified_userSE Controls

SE Controls | SECO Ni 40 Stroke 600mm

The SECO Ni 40 is a certified and compliant Chain Actuator designed to provide precise and reliable operation for Environmental Ventilation applications. Product Details SE Controls manufacture this high-quality ‘Made in Britain’ actuator with the following features: • ‘Frequency of operation’ data logging records every actuator movement • Compact design with variable options for stroke length • Standard finish is Grey RAL 9006, can be customised to suit requirements • Standard flex length is 2m but this can be modified to suit installation requirements • Extensive range of brackets to suit a variety of window systems • Quiet operation with configurable speed control
today29 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Catering & Industrial Products | Franke

Catering & Industrial products: sinks, tables, wall benches & shelving. Heavy duty industrial sinks and tables with sound deadening underframes. The range is complemented by a selection of modular designed shelving systems for catering applications.
today23 Jun 2017
verified_userGeze SA

Window Technology - Natural Ventilation and RWA

The Geze product portfolio for electrically operated ventilation and the ‘RWA case’ includes easy to install and use electrically operated chain drives as direct openers and powerful electric spindle drives which, as direct openers and flush-mounted on the frame profile, can also be used in an opening and locking system.
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today17 Oct 2018
verified_userYork International (SA) Inc

Beyond building security – intelligent technology adds convenience, utility, ease

In Ireland's Smartest Building, One Albert Quay, Cork, security and building management technology does more than police perimeters and keep the office at the right temperature. With the addition of analytics, big data, integration with backend HR, email calendaring and office management systems, as well as an app or two, it is simplifying life for employees.
today21 Apr 2010

Raising the standard in home automation

At the same time as we are faced with the heightened awareness of our own responsibilities regarding our impact on the environment, technology has surged forward in every area of life, creating a greater reliance on gadgets like HDTV and iPhones. Some people and organisations are harnessing digital technology as a means to minimise their environmental impact and reduce their carbon footprint through intelligent building management, sometimes referred to as ‘home automation’. In this effort KNX  leads the way.
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.
today12 Feb 2018

Incorporating green principles contributed to cost efficiencies at Cape Town Hospital

The 16-floor hospital incorporates an array of design principles and green technology elements which are aligned with global standards, setting a new standard for environmentally friendly hospital facilities in South Africa.
today5 Sep 2011

Ecosystems have no value

At the recent Green Building Conference organised by alive2green and held in Johannesburg over 13 and 14 July, Eamonn O’Rourke from Strategic Environmental Focus (SEF) offered delegates one of the most thought-provoking presentations.  The title of O’Rourke’s presentation – Ecosystems have no value – certainly raised questions ahead of his taking the podium. However, he soon clarified that statement to say, actually, “Ecosystems have no Rand value. They are priceless.” How do we determine what is valuable? In his presentation O’Rourke explored the whole question of values, whether different value systems can be compared, and what value systems are appropriate when we consider plans for land use, built developments, site selection and construction.  If something is priceless – is it of no value? How do we determine what is valuable and what is valueless?