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Zero-emission Litter Picker Rapidly increasing urban populations are placing increasing pressure on the sustainability of city environments. This has meant that broom, picker and refuse pushcarts have given way to more compact, electricallyoperated, zero-emission cleaning equipment. Goscor Cleaning Equipment (GCE) has launched a compact sweeper that not only saves time thanks to its powerful battery, but is also easy to operate, and enhances hygiene, safety, and environmental awareness, GCE General Manager, Greg Venter comments.

It uses 24 V, 36 V or 48 V lead acid batteries, giving it an eight- to 16-hour operating window, depending on the application. The machine is powered by an 0.85 kW motor (electric axle with permanent magnet DC motor and integrated parking brake), and produces 1.5 kW of suction power (brushless DC). It has an 18 m2 dust filter, and a suction pressure of ≼25 mbar. The GM1ze’s water system consists of an electric water pump and an intermittent water spray nozzle, with a 10 litre water tank. The mounted 125-mm-diameter suction pipe features an anticlogging grid to prevent blockage by debris such as plastic bags, paper, and leaves. Made from lightweight fiberglass, this pipe weighs less than 1.5 kg. Goscor Cleaning Equipment, Debby Marx, Tel: (011) 230-2600 Email: dmarx@goscor.co.za, www.goscorcleaning.co.za

Vertical Digging System (VDS)

The special narrow design (780 mm wide, 1 480 mm long and 1 760 mm high) means that the GM1ze is ideal for use in confined spaces. Double soundproofing is standard, with an acoustic level approaching that of absolute silence.

Excavators are usually used where the ground conditions are particularly impassable and uneven: When working on slopes and hillsides, along walls, on curbs or directly next to house walls.

uneven ground conditions, since the excavation does not take place vertically. Working in an inclined seating position when performing the work is also no treat for the operator, because the operator often spends many hours in this uncomfortable and non-ergonomic sitting position. The Vertical Digging System from Wacker Neuson offers a simple solution for these challenges. It makes it possible to continuously tilt the revolving superstructure by up to 15 degrees at the push of a button from inside the cabin. Slopes of up to 27 percent can therefore be effectively compensated for. Customers benefit from a sophisticated, safe and sturdy technology that has already been time-tested and proven thousands of times in everyday construction site work and also offers major advantages for the operator.

During all of this work, man and machine often are working in an inclined position, which is a challenge for both parties.

Special attachments, such as the auger, can also work vertically, even on an inclined surface. When using an excavator directly next to wallings, the danger of damaging them is reduced to a minimum.

The economic efficiency of an excavator can quickly drop when performing excavation work on

Wacker Neuson South Africa, www.wackerneuson.com

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IGNORANCE CAN BE COSTLY! There is a good deal of confusion and misunderstanding about technical and performance aspects of electrical products and services, and their regulation. The SAFEhouse Association has produced a series of guides to help specifiers, suppliers and users determine the standards and regulatory requirements applicable to electrical products and services covered by legislation. Guides contain helpful information on: • Regulatory references & requirements • Technology •

Indications of risk in using substandard products and services

Download FREE copies of SAFEhouse guides from

www.safehousesa.co.za

The SAFEhouse

The SAFEhouse

The SAFEhouse

Guide to Electric

Guide to

Guide to Surge

Cables

Luminaires

Protection

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A SAFEhouse Guide to LED Lighting

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Miniature Circuit Breakers

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A SAFEhouse Guide to the Regulation of Electrical Products

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SAFEhouse members have signed a code of conduct: Your assurance of commitment to offer only safe electrical products. SAFEhouse membership is suppliers’ assurance to customers of responsible behaviour and of customers’ safety as a priority. SAFEhouse members regulate themselves. SAFEhouse is primarily a communications association that informs customers of safety requirements and occurrences of non-compliance with such requirements.

The SAFEhouse Association is a non-profit, industry organisation committed to the fight against sub-standard, unsafe electrical products.

As at 26/01/2017

For more information contact: Barry O’Leary: Tel: 011 396 8251 | Email: barry.oleary@safehousesa.co.za Pierre Nothard: Tel: 011 396 8140 | Email: pierren@safehousesa.co.za

www.safehousesa.co.za

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FACTS

about

LED Lamps A relatively new technology, LED lighting is fertile ground for unscrupulous and opportunistic suppliers to capitalise on the absence of a compulsory local standard for LED lamps and to make performance claims that will not be met, mostly around lifespan and power-consumption.

Some facts:

Some consequences:

• There are no compulsory local standards for LED lamps • There are two standards that may be applied voluntarily by suppliers and specifiers: SANS 62560: South African National Standards IEC 62560: International Electrotechnical Commision There appear to be very few products that are certified against these standards. • The “CE” mark appears on many products. This is a manufacturer’s claim to a certain quality standard. It is not an indication of independent, 3rd party testing. • The nature of LED performance claims being made cannot usually be validated by buyers, whether they be resellers, electrical contractors or users - until it’s too late.

• The absence of compulsory standards can result in incompatible dimensions between fittings and lamps from different suppliers - a performance and safety risk to users. • The technology of an LED lamp and its heat-generation encourage shortcuts that compromise insulation in favour of heat dissipation - a safety risk to users. • Plastic parts are a manufacturer’s cost-saving opportunity. Inferior material will affect heat- and flame-resistance. • The low volume of certified testing of LED lamps in South Africa does not allow much credible reference to be made to local testing and regulatory authority that will comfort buyers and specifiers. For more information, please consult the SAFEhouse LED lighting guide available to download free at www.safehousesa.co.za

SAFEhouse members have signed a code of conduct: Your assurance of commitment to offer only safe electrical products

SAFEhouse guidelines: What can you do? TM

Suppliers you can trust The SAFEhouse code of conduct includes: • To offer only products that are safe

• Purchase brands you can trust and satisfy yourself about the manufacturing source • Lamps should be marked with at least the following information. If it is absent, be suspicious: • Mark of origin or manufacturer’s name • Rated Voltage (V) • Rated Wattage (W) • Frequency (Hz) • Be cautious about prices that are materially below the prices of other, similar products. Substantially lower prices are often indicators of poor quality. • Be cautious about accepting performance claims, whether verbal or on packaging. • Look for obvious signs of inferior quality in workmanship and materials. • If in doubt, contact SAFEhouse for possible assistance.

• To advise customers if any of their sold products fail this undertaking • To recall unsafe products • To replace unsafe products or render them safe The SAFEhouse Association is a non-profit, industry organisation committed to the fight against sub-standard, unsafe electrical products.

As at 02/02/2016

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an indication of independent, 3 party testing. • The nature of LED performance claims being made cannot usually be validated by buyers, whether they be resellers, electrical contractors or users - until it’s too late.

Africa does not allow much credible reference to be made to local testing and regulatory authority that will comfort buyers and specifiers. For more information, please consult the SAFEhouse LED lighting guide available to download free at www.safehousesa.co.za

SAFEhouse members have signed a code of conduct: Your assurance of commitment to offer only safe electrical products

SAFEhouse guidelines: What can you do? TM

Suppliers you can trust The SAFEhouse code of conduct includes: • To offer only products that are safe

• Purchase brands you can trust and satisfy yourself about the manufacturing source • Lamps should be marked with at least the following information. If it is absent, be suspicious: • Mark of origin or manufacturer’s name • Rated Voltage (V) • Rated Wattage (W) • Frequency (Hz) • Be cautious about prices that are materially below the prices of other, similar products. Substantially lower prices are often indicators of poor quality. • Be cautious about accepting performance claims, whether verbal or on packaging. • Look for obvious signs of inferior quality in workmanship and materials. • If in doubt, contact SAFEhouse for possible assistance.

• To advise customers if any of their sold products fail this undertaking • To recall unsafe products • To replace unsafe products or render them safe The SAFEhouse Association is a non-profit, industry organisation committed to the fight against sub-standard, unsafe electrical products.

As at 02/02/2016

For more information contact: Pierre Nothard Cell: 083 414 4980 Tel: 011 396 8140 | Email: pierren@safehousesa.co.za

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Nico Pienaar of Aspasa

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What could’ve made this timeless beauty, just a little more beautiful? In 1889, the Eiffel Tower cost $1 495 137.43 to build. Since then, this iconic landmark has been painted every 7 years, (a total of 18 times), using 60 tonnes of paint, every time, taking 25 painters up to 18 months to complete the job. What is clear is that if the Eiffel Tower had been made from stainless steel, the maintenance of this global symbol of engineering ingenuity would’ve been easier, more cost effective and even more staggeringly beautiful. Of course, in stainless steel, it would never have to be painted, but considering that stainless steel wasn’t even invented in 1889, we can forgive Gustave Eiffel this little oversight.

Enter to win a trip to Paris, all expenses paid, worth R125 000! To enter the competition, you have to make use of the Life Cycle Costing App, or use the Life Cycle Costing software on the Sassda website. You will have to decide whether to use more expensive lean duplex stainless which has the advantage of retaining the original stainless steel look and finish over 100 years. Or you can select a utility ferritic stainless steel, which will weather over time to form a brown patina. Both stainless steels are equally suitable for building the Eiffel tower and both answers are equally eligible for winning the competition. Then using the information provided calculate the answers to the following questions. 1.

Calculate and compare, in US Dollars, what the initial costs would be to build the Eiffel Tower in 2017 out of mild steel and utility ferritic stainless steel or lean duplex stainless steel.

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Calculate and compare, in US Dollars, what the operating costs would be for the Eiffel Tower over the next 100 years if it were built out of mild steel and utility ferritic stainless steel or lean duplex stainless steel.

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Calculate the total life cycle costs (Total LCC) of the Eiffel Tower in mild steel, and lean duplex or utility ferritic stainless steel.

What you have to do: •

Download the Sassda Life Cycle Costing Application available from the Google Playstore, or Apple App Store. You can scan the QR code to download the app.

Alternatively, you can use the LCC application on the Sassda website.

Download The Android App

Download The Apple IOS App

Eiffel Tower Competition Information

Stainless Steel. It’s Simply Brilliant. Call 011 883 0119 or see sassda.co.za. Your complete stainless information source.


The Stainless Steel Eiffel Tower Project - LCC App Required Data Criteria

Mild Steel Design life 100 years

Utility Ferritic Stainless Steel

Lean Duplex Stainless Steel

100 years

100 years

Inflation rate 1%

1%

1%

Cost of capital 2%

2%

2%

Material mass 7 300 t

7 300 t

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1¼ x material cost

Post fabrication painting costs $4 073 376

None

None

Post fabrication cleaning costs None

1/3 of painting costs 1/3 of maintenance costs

Material cost 2 $600/t Fabrication & erection costs 1¼ x material cost

Maintenance costs: Painting $4 073 376

None 3

None

Maintenance costs: Cleaning None

None 3

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Painted every 7 years

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N/A

Washed every N/A

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20 years 4

$1 000 000

$1 000 000

$300/t

$700/t

Dismantling Costs $1 000 000 Residual (scrap) value

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Some Interesting Information About Painting The Eiffel Tower: • 250 000 m painted surface area • 25 painters specialised in metal structures and tower tops • 60 tonnes of paint • 50 km of security cords • 5 acres of protection netting •1 500 brushes • 1 500 sets of work clothes • 1 000 pairs of leather gloves • The paint is provided by the company, Jotun and the painters come from a French company called Stelma 2

Note 1: Lean duplex stainless steel has twice the strength of mild steel or utility ferritic stainless steel. Thus a thinner thickness can be used. Assume a 25% downgauging (and hence weight saving) is possible to still give the required buckling strength. Note 2: Material costs are illustrative historical European costs only and may not reflect current actual pricing.

Note 3: Utility ferritic stainless steel does not require painting because it is corrosion resistant in the Parisian atmosphere. Neither does it require cleaning because it is designed to weather and form a brown patina. Note 4: Lean duplex stainless steels require washing every 20 years to ensure that the original look and finish of stainless steel is maintained. Note 5: Residual (scrap) values are illustrative historical values and may not reflect current actual values.

Stainless Steel. It’s Simply Brilliant. Call 011 883 0119 or see sassda.co.za. Your complete stainless information source.


What’s With the Speed Limit?

Maintaining Equipment Equipment is a significant factor in construction, especially in the heavy segment of the construction industry. However, many factors affect the productivity of construction equipment. Rand-Air outsources compressed air and portable power supply to many construction sites and mining plants.

There are proposed changes the speed limit from 60km/h to 40km/h and from 100km/h to 80km/h in urban areas. This applies to everyone. Right now, these changes are still only proposals. According to the Department of Transport, however, motorists can expect them to come into effect during the course of the year. There is also no longer anything drivers can do to protest these changes. The comment period for the proposal was during 2015 and no further comments will be accepted. While the limits have not yet been changed for motor vehicles this is not so for mid-sized commercial vehicles. A speed reduction for goods vehicles with a gross vehicle mass between 3 500kg and 9 000kg is already in effect. The proposal was added on 11 November 2016. The maximum speed limit is now 100km/h for these vehicles. MasterDrive, Tel: 086 110 0618, www.masterdrive.co.za

Unavailability of equipment and breakdown ultimately impacts equipment productivity and the overall performance of the project. Says Craig Swart Rand Air spokesperson, “We understand the headache and stress associated with downtime which is why we make it our business to provide our customers with wellmaintained machinery for their requirements. “We also ensure that if any breakdown of our equipment on site arises, that these are swiftly attended to,” he adds. An effective maintenance program should never be overlooked as it plays an integral role in the success of your projects. By selecting a reputable outsourcing partner, this responsibility does not lie with you. You are investing in a fully inclusive rental price which comprises of regular maintenance, parts, labour and an on-call technician. Rand-Air, www.randair.co.za

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27.09 - 30.09.2017 Johannesburg Expo Centre

South Africa´s leading trade fair for transport systems, infrastructure and logistics solutions targeting trade visitors for the Sub-Saharan Region Fair Dates Opening Hours Location

27 - 30 September 2017 (biennial) 09:00 – 18:00; Saturday 09:00 – 13:00 Johannesburg Expo Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

Co-Located with

Automechanika Johannesburg Futuroad Expo Johannesburg

Exhibition Profile

Scalex Johannesburg is sub-Saharan Africa's leading professional event for the logistics and materials handling sector bringing regional industry, buyers and suppliers together to share ideas and further business relationships.

Automotive Service Industry Transport, Trucks, Buses & Trailers

Co-location with Automechanika Johannesburg and Futuroad Expo Johannesburg provides participants with opportunity to launch new products and showcase innovative products, services and technology at one all-inclusive industry event. Product Groups

Logistics - Combined Transport Systems; Container & Cargo Handling; Container Manufacturers & Container Sales; Courier, Express & Parcel Services; Customs Clearing Agents; Freight Distribution Centres; Freight Forwarding Companies & Agents; Intralogistics Solutions; Logistics Companies & Service Providers; Roll On and Roll Off Materials Handling - Automated & Driverless transport systems; Castors, Wheels & Tyres; Conveyors & Continuous Handling Equipment; Cranes & Hoists; Forklifts & Hand Lift Trucks; Ground Conveyors & Accessories; Hydraulic & Pneumatic Lifts & Ramps; Industrial Trucks & Trailers; Ladder Systems; Lifts; Loading & Unloading Equipment; Stackers, Trolleys & Carousels; Straddle Loaders; Warehouse Vehicles Distribution, Storage & Warehousing - Cold Chain Equipment & Management; Consignment Tracking & Identification; Distribution & Loading Facilities; Floor Marking & Floor Protection; Hazardous Goods Handling & Storage; Labelling & Identification; Management & Integration Systems; Mobile, Wireless & Telecommunications; Order-Picking Equipment & Systems; Packing, Weighing & Measuring; Pallets, Bins & Containers; Process & Automation Control; Racks & Racking; Research, Planning & Development; Robotics Systems; Stock Management Systems; Storage Systems & Equipment; Warehouse Fire Control Systems Specialist Service Providers - Access Control & ID Systems; Advisory, Business Intelligence & Consultation Firms; Asset Protection & Risk Management; Certification, Education & Training; Emergency Services & Assistance; Finance, Leasing & Insurance; ICT Solutions & Integration; Investment & Project Finance; Research, Planning & Development; Safety & Protection; Security Consultants & Providers; Security Training & Consultants Industry Bodies - Industrial & Supplier Development Parks; Industry Associations; Industry institutions and specialist publishers; Intellectual Property Rights Organisations; Investment Promotion Agencies; Logistics Hubs & Free Trade Zones; Research, Planning & Development; Trade Facilitation & Development Bodies

Admission Fee

Trade visitors only. No admission fee for pre-registered trade visitors. On-site registration fee R50 per person.

Fringe Programme

Conferences, workshops and business matchmaking service

Contact

Scalex Johannesburg P O Box 3175, Cresta, 2118 Tel: +27 11 494 5003 Fax: +27 11 494 5004

Robert Kaiser, Show Manager robert.kaiser@southafrica.messefrankfurt.com Perusha Singh, Enquiries / Bookings perusha.singh@southafrica.messefrankfurt.com

Make sure to visit ‘Supply Chain Today’s’ stand at the Scalex show


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Lebogang Mashele is the new business development manager at Motheo Infrastructure Contractors

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WORKS FOR YOU

Terex® Backhoe Loaders are known in the industry for delivering outstanding quality, performance and affordability. The new Terex® 844S boasts proven attributes of low maintenance costs and high efficiency ratings, making it a firm favourite with owners and operators. Simply put, we offer you a machine that works for you. We are committed to superior customer support by providing a specialised range of aftermarket services that includes sales, financial services, warranty and 24/7 technical support and parts service.

Terex® TLB 844S Backhoe Loader • • • • • •

Fuel Efficient diesel, non-common rail Turbo Charged Engine With Smart UC Hydraulics for low fuel consumption High reliable Carraro Axle Transmission With boom and swing safety locks Excellent operating height Ergonomically designed large & wide Cabin (Optional - AC Cabin)

Distribution and Product Support by:

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