In addition to the unveiling of new products, visitors will also have the opportunity to watch live product demonstrations, enter lucky draws and competitions, engage with technical experts and participate in the daily free-to-attend seminars. 

Live demonstrations will be playing a key role as visitors will be able to see equipment and machinery in action whilst interacting with technical experts on the stands. It’s a highly informative environment. Exhibitors have also added elements of fun with onsite entertainment, hospitality and lucky draws with some great prizes.

The new Verlinde budget beater, the Eurobloc VM, will make its first appearance on African soil at Electra Mining Africa. Designed specifically for a crane kit, it is suitable for high performance in difficult environments. A French trapeze artist will add to the entertainment on the Verlinde Cranes and Hoists stand.

Festo will have an extensive range of pneumatic and process automation products and solutions on offer at Electra Mining Africa as well some of their latest training equipment. Its most impressive offering will undoubtedly be its famous AirPenguin; spanning over 3,7m long, visitors will not want to miss this impressive invention.

Former Proteas cricket player and Hansa-Flex business developer Fanie de Villiers will be on the Hansa-Flex stand everyday between 10-11:00. Hansa-Flex, one of Europe’s leading companies in the field of hydraulics, will have samples of fittings and hoses on display, visual presentations and some give-away gifts.

Rapid 3D will be giving a presentation on itsstand on Monday 12 September from 15:00 to 15:30. MD David Sean Bullock, will be presenting on the topic: Will 3D Printing Revolutionise Manufacturing in the Mining Industry?

Daily product seminars and live demonstrations will be taking place on the Reinhausen South Africa stand. Visitors can experience the world of MR tap changers and accessories which secure a reliable electricity supply. Learn about Transformer Asset Management Solutions, Condition Monitoring, Electrical Testing, Transportation, Installation and Maintenance.

MicroStep South Africa will be giving a live demonstration for laser welding equipment on Wednesday 14 September at 11:00. Also on the stand will be Alphalaser GmbH who develop and manufacture laser devices as a complete solution for applications in material processing.

ACS-Embrace will showcase the newly-released version of the Embrace ERP business software and demonstrate how clients can access their data in real-time.  Competitions will also be running throughout the day with visitors’ visual and calculation skills put to the test. Prizes will be awarded daily and the overall winner announced on the Friday.

Siemens Digital Factory and Process Industries and Drives will show its Integrated Drive systems (IDS), as well as gear units and couplings, motors, drives and condition monitoring services. Visitors will be able to enter the lucky draw and stand a chance to win some great prizes whilst viewing their latest innovative technologies to help support mining business.

Kinetic Electronic Designs will be launching its upgraded Yellow Activity Monitoring System for earthworks plants. Visitors also stand a chance to win a complete monitoring system by filling in a competition slip or leaving a business card.

Afromix will be displaying working peristaltic pumps and agitators in action showing the flow, solid suspension on the company’s stand; Banding & Identification Solutions Africa will display and demonstrate the UL4000-C Ultra-Lok application tool, which is ideal for hose clamping, and has been designed to replace band and buckle systems in high volume applications; and SureGO will showcase a model of their flexible walkway bridge and visitors can walk on the bridge and take a closer look at the intricacies of this unique invention.


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Crown Publications, one of South Africa’s largest business-to-business publishing houses, came into existence in 1986. Since then, the company has grown from producing a single magazine, Electricity SA (renamed Electricity+Control), to publishing six monthly magazines, three quarterlies, and a number of engineering handbooks.