OCTANORM South Africa
Aluminium Construction Systems
Octanorm aluminium construction systems offers exhibition building, interior design, presentation systems, project solutions and cleanroom systems.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Saint-Gobain Gyproc SA (Pty) Ltd: Manufacturer and marketer of gypsum-based plasters, ceiling systems and interior walling systems for the residential; commercial markets.
location_on Centurion, Gauteng
Miele
High-end domestic and commercial appliances
Miele was established in South Africa in 1982.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Isover South Africa is a division of the international Saint-Gobain group.
location_on Midrand, Gauteng
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today8 Mar 2018
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OCTAlumina 120 | 80 | 40 | Plus: Light Frames with a System

Octanorm OCTAlumina illumination system offers free-standing displays with base plates single or double-sided, integrated walls without base plates, vertical ceiling suspension, horizontal ceiling suspension and wall mounting. OCTAlumina 120 and 80 is flexible so can be extended in height and width. This way, even XXL areas can be used and created – free-standing or mounted onto walls or ceilings. High-quality LEDs with lateral feed-in guarantee for an atmospheric, homogeneous illumination.
today8 Mar 2018
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Tension Fabric Systems

Our tension fabric frames are available with profile depths from 16–120 mm. They can be powder-coated in various RAL colours on request – for every spatial requirement and colour coordination. The fabric is fixed into the fabric groove with a silicone edge. This allows for a quick and tool-less exchange of any graphic. Our anodised aluminium frames take a subsidiary role and put your product into the spotlight. There is merely a 2 mm profile edge framing the fabric. Our high quality light frames are fitted with Power LEDs, which ensure a brilliant, radiating light. Additional advantages: their longevity and energy efficiency.
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today13 Jul 2011

Tuning in to the possibilities of OLED lighting

It seems that organic light emitting diodes – OLEDs – represent the next generation of low-energy high-efficiency lighting – a step ahead of the LED technology which is still relatively new in the mainstream market. Jeanine Chrobak-Kando, business development manager for LED lighting at Verbatim, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, looks at how OLEDs are evolving not only for television screens, tablet PCs, mobile phones and other such electronic devices, but also as complementary sources of indoor lighting.
today28 Oct 2010

LEDs lead the way in energy-efficient lighting

Since incandescent lighting was first invented by Joseph Wilson Swan and Thomas Edison in the 19th century, lighting technology has taken giant leaps forward. Valerie Poyurs, director of marketing at the Radiant Group (Radiant), suggests that miniature light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are set to become the standard source of illumination for the 21st century.
today6 Aug 2012

Global trial points to energy-saving LED street lighting

At Rio+20, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development held in Rio, Brazil, in June, the UN Global Compact Corporate Sustainability Forum released the results of an independent global trial of LED street lighting undertaken in 12 of the world’s largest cities.  The LightSavers trial found that the use of LEDs (light-emitting diodes) in street lighting can generate energy savings as high as 85%. The programme also indicates that citizens of the pilot cities where the trial was conducted prefer LED lighting, citing the social and environmental benefits associated with it. 
today3 Jul 2011

OLED lighting now available

Verbatim launched the world’s first commercially available, colour tunable organic LED (OLED) lighting panels at Fuori Salone in Milan in April. The OLEDs are based on unique materials technology developed by Verbatim’s parent company, Mitsubishi Chemical Holding Group. As one of the world’s major chemical companies Mitsubishi has over 50 years’ experience in developing lighting materials. Full-scale production of the OLED panels will start from July.
today6 Sep 2017
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Nordland Lighting still shining brightly after 50 years of innovation

Industrial and hazardous lighting specialist, Nordland, has new luminaires available in stainless steel for specific requirements, in addition to launching die-cast aluminium bulkhead Zone 2 LED luminaires.
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today19 Mar 2018

Octalumina

OCTALUMINA sets benchmarks in terms of quality and easy assembly.