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In October 2017, Pristine Health Services sold its Gauteng-based hygiene and pest control services to Sanitech.

     Updated 5 hours ago Having purchased Pristine Health Services, Sanitech now has a greater presence in the pest control market as well as being able to offer current clients an extra service. “We c an now move into various industries where we may not have had a presence before, thereby increasing our experience in... 

Verder pumping solutions into the Pharmaceutical Industry.

     22nd January 2018 Owing to the pharmaceutical industry requiring gentle pumping solutions, pumps solutions supplier Verder Pumps South Africa emphasises the importance of the standard peristaltic pump for the pharmaceutical industry. Verder International has proven success in the pharmaceutical market and has led... 

Wits unveils oldest hominid fossil

By: Schalk Burger     19th January 2018 The oldest and most complete fossil of an Australopithecus prometheus, named Little Foot owing to the 1994 discovery of four small foot bones by University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) Evolutionary Studies Institute Professor Ron Clarke, in the Sterkfontein caves, was unveiled in December. The... 

Editorial: Eskom requires surgery not a Band-Aid

By: Terence Creamer     18th January 2018 Eskom’s debt refinancing is undoubtedly a critical burning platform. The clock is most definitely ticking and the consequences of not closing the immediate financial chasm will be dire not only for the utility, but also for citizens. That said, government is extremely unlikely to allow Eskom to... 

Calls made for far-reaching Eskom restructuring as sustainability risks mount

By: Terence Creamer     9th January 2018 Eskom’s current financial situation makes it difficult to see any other path to sustainability than that of drastic cost-cutting, restructuring and bringing private equity into the business, Energy Intensive Users Group of Southern Africa (EIUG) past chairperson Piet van Staden argues. In an... 

Waste collection resumes in eThekwini after EPWP workers end their strike

By: African News Agency      9th January 2018 eThekwini Municipality said on Tuesday that the City's refuse removal services have resumed after its Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) employees reported to work after they had downed tools last week. On Friday, hundreds of eThekwini's EPWP workers embarked on a strike demanding to be... 

N2 rehabilitation project to be completed end of this year

By: Simone Liedtke     15th December 2017 The rehabilitation of 7 km of the N2 between Borcherds Quarry Road (M22) and the R300, and the addition of a third lane in both directions, will be completed by the end this year, under the Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works (WCDTPW). 

Longmeadow solar PV project nearing completion

By: Nadine James     15th December 2017 Solar power specialist Energy Partners (EP) Solar has invested in a photovoltaic (PV) solar system to power South African retailer Pick n Pay’s Longmeadow distribution centre, in Modderfontein, Gauteng. The project is currently about 80% complete and will be fully operational by the end of... 

Biomass-fired circulating fluidised-bed boiler, Japan

By: Sheila Barradas     15th December 2017 Andritz has been awarded an order to deliver the boiler. 

Integrated Pump Rental Expands Into Industrial Sector

     12th December 2017 Signalling its expansion into the economy’s industrial segment, pump and dredging specialist, Integrated Pump Rental recently made short work of cleaning the sediment from the reservoirs of a customer in tile manufacturing. According to Integrated Pump Rental managing director Lee Vine, the tile... 

Oldest hominid fossil ‘Little Foot’ unveiled – Wits

By: Schalk Burger     7th December 2017 The oldest and most complete fossil of an Australopithecus prometheus, named Little Foot owing to the 1994 discovery of four small foot bones in the Sterkfontein caves by University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) Evolutionary Studies Institute Professor Ron Clarke, was unveiled on Wednesday. The... 

The “Kids” Of The MB Crusher Family

     7th December 2017 Waste and residues - once materials to be disposed of - are now transformed by MB into a new source of profit, with significant environmental benefits. Until recently, nobody had thought of this. Then along came MB Crusher, who designed and produced machinery that transforms loaders, skid loaders... 

Engen launches PETRONAS Durance car-grooming products

     7th December 2017 Engen has launched PETRONAS Durance, a new premium range of car-grooming products inspired by the science of Formula 1.   PETRONAS Durance will be available from December, initially at selected Engen service stations in the Durban area, before rolling out nationally across South Africa.   Car... 

Green Building... Green Cleaning... Green Washing?

     4th December 2017 Issued by Perfect Word Consulting (Pty) Ltd In today’s facilities management (FM) market, achieving Green Building Status has become vital. According to Matt Sena’s Green Industry Analysis 2017; “Green industry practices not only enjoy favorable public sentiment and the psychic income of a lower... 

Green cleaning products can pack a punch

By: Simone Liedtke     1st December 2017 Midrand-based cleaning solutions provider Blendwell Chemicals has completed the development of the company’s Enviro Waterless Car Wash, and is aiming to officially launch the product early next year. 

Dawn’s turnaround plan starts to yield results

By: Anine Kilian     20th November 2017 Despite tough economic conditions in South Africa, JSE-listed Distribution & Warehousing Network (Dawn) narrowed its loss by 71% to R105-million for the six months to September 30, compared with a loss of R367-million in the first half of the prior financial year. Dawn CEO Edwin Hewitt commented... 

Tank cleaning ensures quality batch, every time

By: Simone Liedtke     17th November 2017 Although tank cleaning is considered a ‘necessary evil’ for any producer in the wine, brewery and beverage industry, South Africa-based industrial nozzle, pump and filter supplier Spray Nozzle says tank cleaning is required between batches to ensure that a reliable, uncontaminated, high-quality... 

Value-for-money centrifugal pumps to change process

     17th November 2017 The food and beverage industry is continuously looking for solutions to increase production efficiency with extremely high system pressure applications becoming more common, especially in typical reverse osmosis applications for whey, wine and beer filtration. 

Maintenance programmes crucial for mine cost management

By: Robyn Wilkinson     17th November 2017 In challenging economic times, mining companies are looking to ‘sweat’ their assets, and a key cost management strategy in this endeavour is the implementation of sustainable cost management programmes with structured and proactive maintenance programmes, says mining, materials handling and... 

Shumani Industrial Equipment

     17th November 2017 A South African black-owned and -managed company operating in the industrial and construction market sectors, Shumani Industrial Equipment is responsible for the supply of Goscor Group of Companies’ entire range of industrial and construction equipment to the local mining, construction,... 

TOC or COD, that is the question

     7th November 2017 Which parameter is the correct one for measuring the organic load in the wastewater of the food industry? Manufacturing milk products, beer, mustard, ketchup and similar products generate a large amount of water, some of which has a high organic load. As a result, the chemical oxygen demand (COD)... 

Converting From Steel To Aluminium Beverage Cans Bears Fruit For Sa’s Metals Packaging And Recycling Industries

     6th November 2017 Since 2013, more than $94-million (ZAR1.258 billion) in capital investments have been made by industry heavyweights such as ABInbev, Coca-Cola Southern Africa, Nampak Bevcan and Hulamin to convert the beverage can industry from steel to aluminium.  Not only did this step bring the region in line... 

Shipping company cleaning up Durban cargo spill

By: News24Wire      6th November 2017 According to a statement released in Geneva on Friday by Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) specialised boats and machinery are trying to extract the vast quantities of "nurdles" (raw plastic pellets) floating in the Durban harbour following a cargo spill by container ship MSC Susanna 24 days... 

New technologies further construction abilities

By: Victor Moolman     3rd November 2017 Using new technologies enables industrial tank manufacturer Metal Tank Industries to construct storage vessels, steel walkways, platforms and gantries, pumps, pipelines, control panels, electrical cabling, load cells, cooling towers and boilers that are used at food and beverage production plants. 

High-pressure industrial cleaning suitable for various industries

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd November 2017 Water-jetting solutions provider Total Blasting says its ultrahigh-pressure jetting units are suitable for applications in industries such as petrochemicals (refineries), marine, offshore oil and gas, and automotive manufacturing plants.  

Vacuum tech manufacturer expands offering

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd November 2017 Heavy-duty industrial vacuum manufacturer Hencon Vacuum Technologies (Hencon VT) has expanded its service offering from only selling and manufacturing vacuum equipment to also providing cleaning services through a subsidiary called Afriveyor.  

Company offers industrial sweepers for efficient cleaning

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd November 2017 Materials handling company Big Lift Trucks South Africa (BLT SA) has added industrial equipment manufacturer Haaga’s walk-behind sweepers to its product portfolio range, from entry-level machines for domestic and commercial applications to high-power sweepers for large commercial or industrial... 

Company keeps up with industrial cleaning trends, wins awards

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd November 2017 Over the past decade, global waste management company Averda’s focus regarding industrial cleaning has been to develop and increase the use of hands-free technologies, making it safer for operators to work and allowing for more complex tasks to be completed.  

Afriveyor

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd November 2017 Established in September last year, industrial cleaning services company Afriveyor helps mines and processing plants to clean up material spillages that occur in areas not accessible with conventional equipment. Having its own internal safety system that complies to the Occupational Health and... 

Even the smallest economy in oil-rich gulf is too big to fail

By: Bloomberg     2nd November 2017 Its economy is 5% the size of Saudi Arabia’s, but analysts are betting the kingdom won’t let its neighbor’s financial woes morph into a Gulf crisis. Bahrain, one of the most vulnerable economies in the Gulf Cooperation Council to political instability and oil-price swings, sought financial... 

Transfer Points Can Contribute To High Maintenance Costs

     30th October 2017 Although transfer points potentially contribute to some of the highest maintenance costs on a mine, engineers seldom view transfer systems as a critical element of the minerals processing system. So, says Mark Baller, managing director of Weba Chute Systems, who maintains that transfer points —... 

Pressure equipment for petrochem industry

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th October 2017 Gas equipment supplier Energas Technologies says it will be beneficial being a local distributor and service provider for Italy-based specialised equipment manufacturer VRV, to local refineries and petrochemicals companies in particular.  

Monitoring system assists with continuous safety and product quality

By: Simone Liedtke     27th October 2017 Industrial equipment supplier SICK Automation says its LMS511 Pro object detection system assists in decreasing the number of collisions and injuries for the chemicals, petrochemicals and automated bulk handling industries, where continuous process and proximity monitoring plays a critical role... 

International recognition for SA stainless steel innovation

     27th October 2017 The Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (Sassda) was awarded the Bronze Award by the International Stainless Steel Forum (ISSF) in the category of Best New Applications Featuring New Technology, for the development of municipal water storage tanks that were made from 3 chrome... 

Competition proves long term value of stainless steel

By: Robyn Wilkinson     27th October 2017 The winner of the Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association’s (Sassda’s) Eiffel Tower life-cycle costing competition was announced earlier this month, having proven the success of the association’s new cellphone application (app) and the long-term value of stainless steel as a... 

Rotary table shot blast machine: what it is and how it works

     23rd October 2017 Shot blasting is a technique used to clean, reinforce (by shot peening) or polish various types of material, especially metals. The versatility of this method is so impressive that it is also used to achieve artistic effects on glass, stone, marble and wood. 

SKF Zambia kicks off on a high Rugby 7’s note

     20th October 2017 The first weekend of August 2017 saw the community of the Zambian Copperbelt mining town, Mufulira, bristling with excitement as they welcomed the Mufulira Sevens Rugby Tournament. SKF Zambia was delighted to join forces with Mopani Copper Mines in hosting this prestigious Seven-a-Side Rugby... 

ELECTRIC SPINOFF

     20th October 2017 Aluminium components producer Sapa has reopened a British plant to supply material for the country’s first electric vehicle factory that will produce London black cabs. Pictured above, an employee fixes aluminum parts to a flight bar to be dipped into cleaning and anodising tanks at the plant in... 

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