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Bok Fever Hits Magnet

  Magnet Durban staff get into the spirit of the upcoming RWC

15 Tips to save energy at the office

15 ways for your office to save energy:   1.Install occupancy sensors in offices, boardrooms, storerooms, toilets etc. Lights will automatically switch off when the room is unoccupied 2. Upgrade to flatscreen monitors. A LCD monitor uses less then ½ the energy of a regular monitor and it will free up some desk space. 3.  Looking for office furniture look for items made from reclaimed materials (for example, recycled railway sleepers, plastic or metal) or wood that’s been grown and harvested sustainably. Make a point of choosing furniture that’s durable. 4. Staple less. Friends of the Earth,…

Magnet exhibits at the Annual SAFA Symposium

Magnet attended the South African Flameproof Association's Annual Exhibition at  Cape Town's Convention Centre last week. Magnet's demo trolley of Appleton ATX's Hazardous Areas Products  

Appleton ATX Hazardous Areas Fluorescent Fitting

Appleton ATX Hazardous Areas Fluorescent Fitting (open the above link for Video demo of the fitting) Features: Reflector swivels easy access Unit cover indicates the cooling period to be observed before opening the unit Positive safety switch enables lamps to be changed with main power switched on Quick connector for easy replacement of ballast ensuring wiring safety Central opening using size 10 Allen key

Champagne Sports Resort Reduces it's Electrical Consumption

Kwa-Zulu Natal’s Champagne Sports Resort has invested in energy efficient electrical and plumbing fittings which are significantly reducing the resort’s electrical consumption. Magnet, specialists in the design and installation of the latest energy efficiency systems, has recently installed heat pumps and low flow shower heads in the hotel block and timeshare chalets, as part of the resort’s energy saving programme.   “This project involved the retrofitting of a 20 kW heat pump to the existing tank in the main hotel block, which previously was serviced by one 48 kW heat pump and an 3…