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Free stainless-steel fabrication seminarz

By: System Author     19th February 1999 THE latest developments in the fabrication of stainless steel, both internationally and locally, will be covered in a series of free seminars to be conducted around the country by the Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (Sassda). Sponsored by Sassda, the seminars are in the... 

Contract ends at expanded aluminium plant

By: System Author     12th February 1999 Gauteng company Marathon Materials Handling (MMH) completed its portion of a R40-million contract for the supply of materials-handling systems for the R2,4-billion Hulett Aluminium Maritzburg plant’s advanced aluminium rolled products expansion in November. The company was subcontracted by... 

Screw-conveyor flighting units

By: System Author     12th February 1999 Helicoid or continuous-screw flighting for the bulk materials-handling industry in South Africa has been manufactured by Bruton Spiralflite since 1972. The screw-conveyor flighting comes in a range of sizes and pitches from 56 mm outside by 16 mm internal diameter to 508 mm outer by 165 mm... 

Pretoria company targets US with invention

By: System Author     12th February 1999 AN associate company of Pro-Hot USA of Pretoria, Action Link International LLC – which markets the Pro-Hot system in the US – was awarded a ‘best booth’ award at the 1998 China Expo held in Los Angeles during December last year. Held yearly in Los Angeles, the China Expo... 

South Africa, China in air-services deal

By: System Author     12th February 1999 TRANSPORT Minister Mac Maharaj has signed an air-service agreement with Liu Jianfeng, the Minister of the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China. The main aim of the agreement, which was negotiated on May 21 and 22 in Beijing last year, is to modernise the current bilateral framework... 

Cryogenic air-separation plant commissioned

By: System Author     12th February 1999 A cryogenic air-separ- ation plant, said to be the largest oxygen-producing plant in the Southern Hemisphere, was commissioned by Air Liquide for Saldanha Steel, in the Western Cape, in December, reports Air Liquide central sales and marketing manager Lee Furby. The plant, which is able to... 

Gas change ups output

By: System Author     12th February 1999 Steel processors and fabricators can improve their steel-plate output by switching to high-performance acetylene fuel gas, reports Afrox Fabrication process development manager Craig Fourie. “By replacing low-performance fuel gases with acetylene, steel processors and fabricators could... 

SA aeroconveyor exported to Vietnam

By: System Author     12th February 1999 Bulk solids conveyor company Aeroconveyors is at present involved with contracts totalling R5-million, with one of them being the company’s first export contract which is destined for Vietnam, reports manager Lee Thain. Valued at over R350 000, the contract is for a German company that... 

Integrated flow of information

By: System Author     12th February 1999 A multimillion-rand information technology project designed to enable Iscor Speciality Steels (ISS) to achieve world-class operational excellence has begun to bring benefits. “To compete in the world market today requires integrated information, and that is what is being delivered by the... 

Asbestos alternatives favoured

By: System Author     5th February 1999 DUE to the increasing pressure on asbestos, alternative materials are fast finding acceptance in South Africa, despite being more costly to install. “In the long run, considering that asbestos products and processes might soon have to be removed and replaced, alternative materials are less... 

Prospects sink in R65m sanitary market

By: System Author     5th February 1999 THE R65-million-a-year stainless-steel sink industry is likely to shrink by at least 10% during the coming year. City Metal Products (CMP) MD Gerhard Kotzee says the fall-off in residential building, combined with high interest rates, will have an impact on the sink-manufacturing industry.... 

Foundry assists business

By: Archivist     29th January 1999 WELL-known Cape-based aluminium foundry Ajax Manufacturing has invested a considerable sum in its toolroom facility over the last decade. Director Roger Fife, who is responsible for the toolroom, commented that the original plan was to provide the necessary up-to-date equipment and technology for... 

South African steel producers set for a bumpy ride this year

By: Archivist     29th January 1999 SOUTH Africa’s steel producers are in for a tough time this year in the face of two big obstacles. These are the expected sharp decline in world steel prices, and European Union (EU) anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into South African steel producers. The first of these... 

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