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thyssenkrupp bags high-speed elevator project

thyssenkrupp announced its first project to install six m/s high-speed elevators in 244 metre high-rise project – Ruparel Ariana, developed by Ruparel Realty, in Parel, Mumbai. thyssenkrupp will install nine elevators, seven units of TE-HP (high performance) 61, out of which 5 elevator units are with 6 m/s speed with 70 stops and a travel

PC-based control simplifies building revitalisation

PC-based building automation from Beckhoff is characterised by its system openness, reliability, ease of use and long-term product availability. In the revitalisation of the Eurotheum high-rise building in Frankfurt, Germany, Herrmann GmbH & Co. KG, benefited from these features in several ways. Having implemented the building’s original automation platform and the smoke extraction system in

Halonix displays LED products at Light India 2018 Expo

Halonix Technologies Pvt Ltd showcased its wide and unmatched range of products across LED, luminaires, home decorative lighting, commercial and industrial lighting, street lighting, flood lighting, halogens and high-intensity discharge lamps, among others at the splendid Light India 2018 Expo held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi on 11th October 2018. Halonix displayed a wide range

Tata Projects deploys PASCHAL formwork in Hyderabad

A luxury residential complex is currently under construction using modular universal formwork in Telangana. In Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana, prestigious companies are developing together with the long-standing PASCHAL customer Tata Projects Ltd on the joint development of a modern residential complex. The complex will occupy 20 acres and will consist of 2,400 apartments

ACCIL surges ahead with highest production in a single month

Asian Color Coated Ispat Ltd (ACCIL), fast emerging multi-location steel major, has set a new milestone by recording all-time highest galvanised production in Continuous Galvanizing Line (CGL) in the month of August at their Khopoli Plant. The company has also recorded new benchmark by producing highest ever Colour Coated Production of 16,500 MT respectively in

India ranks third among top 10 countries for LEED green buildings

China tops list as demand for sustainable buildings outside of the US continues to drive LEED, green construction India ranks third on the US Green Building Council’s annual ranking of the top 10 countries for Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certified buildings. The top 10 list highlights countries outside of the US that

Achieving safety management and energy conservation during tunnel construction

A case study on using CompactRIO to build an IoT system for tunnel construction, simultaneously achieving safety management and energy conservation. Background The Zenitaka Corporation has two major business areas: its architectural business focuses on structures such as government buildings, office buildings, and commercial facilities, while its civil engineering business is targeted at structures such

ABB India’s starts shore-to-ship power supply for Tuticorin port

In line with the government of India’s ‘Project Green Ports’ project, ABB India has commissioned a state-of-the-art solution for shore-to-ship power supply for ships at the V. O. Chidambaranar Port, formerly the Tuticorin Port. This solution expands the scope of the green agenda beyond renewable power to technology, which will enable ships docking at a

HVAC in making a building green: an Indian context

Ever since the discovery of cooling effect of liquid evaporation by Benjamin Franklin and John Hadley, to the invention of air testing apparatus by Willis Carrier, the evolution of air conditioning has only been positive in terms of the invention itself.

Liebherr cranes in action on the Queensferry Crossing

The Firth of Forth is an estuary on the east coast of Scotland, and also the mouth of the River Forth to the North Sea. The new bridge, which will be called the Queensferry Crossing and which sits alongside the existing Forth Road Bridge (FRB) built in 1964, is under construction to safeguard the cross-Forth