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May/June Edition 14.3

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ENGEN LENDS SUPPORT TO KNYNSA AND PLETT FIRE-FIGHTERS In response to the devastation caused by fires in and around Knysna and Plettenburg Bay, Engen has joined hands with the community and hundreds of volunteers with a donation of R150 000 worth of diesel as well as water, energy snacks and drinks for brave fire fighters from the Knysna and Plettenberg Bay Fire & Rescue services. Godfrey Vilakazi, Engen’s Retail Marketing Manager, says the company has also allocated drop-off points at its service stations in the region for donations of food, clothing and blankets. “This tragic event has touched the lives of so many people. We trust that our small contribution will play some part in helping to support the many fire fighters and volunteers as well as the community at large,” he adds. Always hit the best price. Pressure sensors for gauge and absolute pressure Site Name Physical Address Town George Eco Stop Witfontein & CJ Lawrence Str George Multi Motors 41 Knysnaweg George East Sedgefield 1 Stop Hartenbos Vulstasie N2 Highway Sedgefield 1 Kaap de Goede Hoop Sedgefield Hartenbos Mossel Bay 1 Stop N2 Highway Mossel Bay Knysna Toyota Main Street Knysna Plettenberg Bay 1 Stop Wavecrest Convenience Centre N2 Highway Da Gama Rd, Wavecrest, Jeffrey’s Bay, 6330 Plettenberg Bay Jeffery’s Bav Cerabar PMP11 / PMP21 Reliable, flexible and easy • High reproducibility and long-term stability • Customized measuring ranges (without additional price) • Flush-mounted process connection as option PMP11 R3063* 11–35 pcs. PMP21 Cerabar PMP11 / PMP21 Price/piece in R Version 1–3 4–10 11–35 Cerabar PMP11, output: 4...20 mA R3293 R3162 R3063 Cerabar PMP11, output: 0...10 V R3293 R3162 R3063 Cerabar PMP21, non-ex area, M12 R4281 R4110 R3982 Cerabar PMP21, Ex, M12 R5861 R5626 R5450 *Refer to website for sales and supply conditions. Sherwoods Convenience Centre E33 Cape Rd, Hunters Retreat, Port Elizabeth Port Elizabeth For technical details and applications visit: www.za.endress.com/e-direct Linton Grange Convenience Centre Mount Pleasant 543 Cape Rd, Linton, Grange 1 John Ave, Charlo, Port Elizabeth Port Elizabeth Port Elizabeth Tel: 0861 363 737 (0861 endres) 24 hr Helpline: 082 443 4214 Service Hotline: 0861 347 378 (0861 ehserv) info@za.endress.com www.za.endress.com 19

MORPHO SOUTH AFRICA* RELEASES ‘TOUGHEST EVER’ BIOMETRIC TERMINAL FOR HARSH CONDITIONS Designed to withstand the most demanding environments, the new MorphoAccess® SIGMA Extreme, a ruggedized biometric terminal for access control and time and attendance, is now available in the sub- Saharan African market. This latest addition to the award winning SIGMA family of readers is built to endure everything from dust, salt mist and rain, to attempted vandalism and accidental impacts - protected by strong polycarbonate plastics, thick tempered glass and meticulous sealing. Succeeding to the previous-generation Outdoor MorphoAccess 500 series, it capitalises on the latest waves of technology and advancements to give industrial users the most reliable and resilient biometric solutions. It features very responsive touchscreen controls and a biometric sensor that is certainly the largest single fingerprint sensor on the local market. “This new terminal is impervious to dust, rain and other elements. It is ideally suited for industrial environments, manufacturing plants, mines, construction sites, power plants and the like,” explains Nicolas Garcia, Morpho’s regional director of Sales for sub-Saharan Africa. Every aspect of the MA SIGMA Extreme is designed with the harshest conditions in mind. For instance, an ambient light sensor ensures ultra-bright touchscreen to improve usability when in direct sunlight and a powerful loudspeaker enables users to catch sound messages even in noisy environments. Nicolas Garcia says that the terminal also goes a long way to addressing issues of fraud at sites such as mines and construction sites: “Aside from our world-class, patented fake finger detection technology, the MA SIGMA Extreme also features face detection and picture logging, a ‘duress’ finger option, a timed anti-pass back feature, and the ability to hold lists of banned users.” Its 16 programmable function keys enable individuals to clock-in with different job codes. Storing logs of up to 1 million records, and integrating directly into holiday scheduling, this helps operations managers keep far closer manage their resources and project costs. Finally, at software level, the MA SIGMA Extreme boasts a flexible architecture with various software integrations possibilities, to ensure easy deployment and address multiple use case scenarios. Find out more about MorphoAccess® SIGMA Extreme series at www.morpho.com Oberthur Technologies (OT) and Safran Identity & Security (Morpho) are joining forces to create a world leader in digital security & identification technologies with the ambition to empower citizens and consumers alike to interact, pay, connect, commute, travel and even vote safely in ways that are now possible in a connected world. Last September, Safran announced that it had entered into exclusive negotiations with Advent International, the owner of Oberthur Technologies since 2011, to sell its identity and security activities and the transaction was finalized on 31st May 2017. With a mix of complementary activities addressing the specific needs of five major industries (Financial services, Telecom, Identity, Security and IoT), OT-Morpho has an extensive global presence and a unique technological expertise (Biometrics, Authentication, Digital security, Data and video analytics). With close to €3 billion in revenues, OT- Morpho employs more than 14,000 people worldwide, nearly 2,000 of whom work in the field of R&D. “We are truly excited about combining OT and Morpho, two highly complementary leading companies. This merger will bring something completely new to the market, with trusted identities at the core of our solutions. As our physical and digital, civil and commercial lifestyles converge, OT- Morpho stands precisely at that crossroads to leverage the best in digital security and identity technologies, including biometrics, to offer customized solutions to its clients,” declared Didier Lamouche, CEO of OT- Morpho. Temporarily designated by the name “OT- Morpho”, the company will unveil its new name in September of this year. For more information: www.morpho.com *Morpho South Africa is a subsidiary of Safran Identity & Security now called OT Morpho 20 29 June 2017 Engineering, Procurement & Construction Expo EPCEPC EXPO To book a stand or visit FREE OF CHARGE, please visit www.africanpetrochemicals.co.za or email: accounts@africanpetrochemicals.co.za Leeuwkop Golf Club Cnr. Candican & Kipling Roads, Barbeque Downs, Kyalami 10:00-17:00 - Free Entry Mystery Prize Give Away

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