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Upgrade of Sliding Gate Motor by Centurion (Centsys)

Posted by Bridget on Thursday, January 14, 2021,

Interview on MixFM radio station with Mark, Marketing Manager at Centsys, the manufacturers of Centurion D5 SMART sliding gate motor. 

MixFM:
“So tell us about this new gate motor that Centurion has developed.” 

Mark:
“As a country we are being subjected to load shedding. The nice thing we have done is doubled the batteries in the motor. So not only do you get fast operations when it works normally but also during the power outages.  Battery life is now twice as long when there is a power f...
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5 Tips to Improve Your House Perimeter Security

Posted by bridget on Tuesday, December 8, 2020,

Keeping our house perimeter security and inside space secure should be our priority.  Our homes are our sanctuaries, the place where we can kick off our shoes after a long day in the office and chill.  And even more now during Covid-19 as poverty and crime increase in Johannesburg. Take a walk around your property and look for soft spots that can be used by criminals.  The exercise is well worth it.

Here are 5 tips on how to protect your homes, if these strategies are not in place yet.  Star...


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Installation of Gate Automation

Posted by Bridget on Thursday, November 19, 2020,

Driveway gate motor installation requires ultimate safety due to electrical and mechanical risks that can happen. Installation of a motor unit, such as the Nice Hansa Speedo, must be carried out by a qualified installer with respect for the South African laws.  The automation of sliding gates is governed by the information listed in the SANS standards.  Faulty installation can cause damage to the motor and harm to persons.  In addition to obvious dangers the following risks must also be consi...


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Water Damaged PC Boards

Posted by Bridget on Friday, August 17, 2018,

Gate Repair Services receive many calls to repair gate motor systems that have been suffered from water damage. The Hansa Elite PC board pictured below was so severely damaged due to repeated water infiltration into the box that it was beyond repair and had to be replaced. Below we discuss a few common reasons that PC boards suffer water damage and how you can tell if water is seeping into your box.

When your electric gate motor PC board has not been properly sealed off to water this will n...


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Robus 250 by NiceHansa

Posted by Bridget on Tuesday, June 5, 2018,

Upgrade your old gate motor with the NiceHansa Robus 250

The NiceHansa Robus 250 is the ideal sliding gate motor for light-weight residential applications. It offers a sleek design, durability, affordability and a range of security and personalization features which are detailed in the Nice Robus 250 manual.

This gate motor can be used on any sliding gate that weighs 250kgs or less and a maximum length of 8 metres with a maximum of 400 daily cycles. A 24 V battery which allows for up to 20...


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Power surge damage to a Hansa Speedo gate motor PC board

Posted by bridget on Wednesday, November 22, 2017,
Power surges are commonly caused by lightening strikes in Johannesburg.



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A Brief History of the NiceHansa Brand and their Industrial Gate Motors

Posted by Bridget on Monday, May 29, 2017,

Italians are well-known for their world-class exports - from Ferrari and Lamborghini to Maserati. Flawless design and industry-leading technology is synonymous with all the brands originating in this culture-rich nation and their gate motors are no exception.

The Nice brand originated in a small village in Northern Italy called Oderzo and then made its way to the bustling industrial city of Veneto. Here their uniquely superb design, technical and manufacturing processes led to their rapid ex...


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9 Garden Safety Tips for Johannesburg

Posted by Bridget on Wednesday, April 19, 2017,

Your garden could be increasing your home and family’s safety and security or it could be putting it at risk. Here are our top 9 security tips for the gardens of South African homeowners:

1.       Pack Tools, Equipment and Furniture Away

This tip does not only apply to tools, equipment and furniture that is visible from the street but to any such items in your garden. This is because these items could be used by burglars to break into your home in addition to enticing them to target your ...


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