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Omron to Collaborate with Cisco in Manufacturing Innovations Enhancing IoT Security in the manufacturing sites

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th August 2018 Omron Corporation and Cisco Systems have agreed to collaborate by integrating Cisco’s leading networking and security technology into Omron programmable logic controllers (PLCs), which are designed to deliver reliability under extreme conditions at manufacturing plants. Through this... 

Oposura scoping study nears completion

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th August 2018 ASX-listed Azure Minerals is nearing completion of a scoping study for its Oposura zinc/lead/silver project, in Mexico. The study remains on schedule for completion in the third quarter of this year. 

Key South African contribution in achieving milestone in development of SKA telescope

By: Rebecca Campbell     17th August 2018 The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO) announced on Friday that the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Telescope Manager (TM) Critical Design Review (CDR) had been completed. (The TM is a system, not a person.) The SKA is an international project to build the world’s biggest radio... 

Local company to introduce new plastic pallets

By: Melissa Zisengwe     17th August 2018 Plastic pallets distributer, Premier Pallets will introduce new polyethylene terephthalate (PET) pallets to the market next month. Premier Pallets owner Tilania du Preez says the pallets were manufactured in South Africa from PET plastic bottles such as Coke bottles. 

Interroll makes modular conveyor platform for logistics

17th August 2018 Materials handling specialist Interroll has created its modular conveyor platform (MCP), with decentrally controlled RollerDrive drive technology, fit for use in environments as cold as -30 °C. Deep-freeze logistics can now benefit from an efficient, zero-pressure-accumulation material flow. The... 

55 Mℓ/d treatment plant completed

17th August 2018 Global optimised resource management company Veolia Water Technologies South Africa recently handed over the 55 Mℓ/d potable water treatment plant to State-owned water utility Umgeni Water in the iLembe district municipality in KwaZulu-Natal. The project was part of the Lower Thukela Bulk Water... 

Fiber laser available locally for steel industry

17th August 2018 With the developments in sheet metal cutting technology over the past 30 years having been remarkable, the latest developments in fiber laser technology are taking sheet steel component production to even higher output and quality levels, and are now available locally, according to a March... 

Icon of SA engineering passes away at 97

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th August 2018 ICON OF SA ENGINEERING PASSES AWAY AT 97 South Africa’s ‘grating man’ Andrew Mentis, founder of steel floor grating specialist Andrew Mentis (Pty) Ltd, passed away on 17 June 2018 in Johannesburg at the age of 97, four days before he would have turned 98. 

Metair to deliver its first lithium-ion batteries before the end of the year

By: Irma Venter     16th August 2018 JSE-listed Metair will deliver its first production lithium-ion batteries to a customer before the end of the year. Metair is a distributor and retailer of energy storage solutions and automotive components. 

KML bearings from BI a perfect fit for food-and-beverage applications

16th August 2018 The KML range of corrosion-resistant, food-grade ball bearings, distributed exclusively in Southern Africa by leading supplier BI, continue to set the quality and hygiene benchmark in the food-and-beverage industry. With over 35 years’ experience in power transmission, KML Bearings has developed... 

Ivanhoe advances projects in ‘productive’ Q2

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th August 2018 Canadian miner Ivanhoe Mines had a productive second quarter ended June 30, with underground development at the planned initial copper mine at Kakula, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), making steady progress. The mine is expected to reach the high-grade copper mineralisation later this... 

Forward-looking Epiroc makes a move in Mozambique

13th August 2018 The drive to become a stronger partner and bolster services to customers in Mozambique fueled the decision by global mining equipment specialist, Epiroc, to relocate to larger premises in Maputo on 1 July 2018. Epiroc made the bold decision to establish a foothold in Mozambique with the opening... 

Thermaspray’s Plasma coatings solve a sticky situation

13th August 2018 The excellent release properties of Plasma non-stick coatings from Thermaspray render this surface coating technology ideal for a wide range of applications within industries such as food processing, printing and packaging, paper and pulp, tyre and rubber, and conveyor belt manufacturing. These... 

Forward-looking Epiroc makes a move in Mozambique

13th August 2018 The drive to become a stronger partner and bolster services to customers in Mozambique fueled the decision by global mining equipment specialist, Epiroc, to relocate to larger premises in Maputo on 1 July 2018. Epiroc made the bold decision to establish a foothold in Mozambique with the opening... 

Ultra-reliability of Hub Seals secures largest single order for SKF

10th August 2018 When a key OEM customer approached SKF for a high quality Hub Seal solution on their trailers, the CR Scotseal Hybrid, with its sealed for life hub arrangement and simplicity of fitment, met every required specification. The customer manufactures and supplies trailers to customers across the vast... 

Enhanced compressed air dryer launched

10th August 2018 Global manufacturing and industrial equipment supplier, SPX Flow, through compressed air treatment supplier Artic Driers International, has introduced a “radically” new approach to compressed air drying, according to an Artic Driers International statement in July. The incessant need to reduce... 

Biomass power plant, the Philippines

By: Sheila Barradas     10th August 2018 North Negros Biopower is building a 25 MW biomass plant in Northern Negros. 

Kathu concentrated solar power project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     10th August 2018 The salt melting process at the Kathu Solar Park plant has started. 

Preventing building fire incidents with fischer FireStop from Upat

8th August 2018 The fischer FireStop range aids in the compartmentalisation of fire, smoke, and toxic gases, ensuring the safety of building occupants and protecting properties in the event of any fire incidents. The fischer FireStop range, comprising of passive fire-prevention systems, is available exclusively... 

HTSP50T Silicone Thermal Paste

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th August 2018 Electronics for military applications are expected to operate first-time, every time in some of the most hostile and demanding environments. Military programmes are often designed to run over several decades, with hardware likely to be updated several times over the programme's duration.... 

Mathe Group ups tyre processing by 35%, grows steel exports

By: Irma Venter     7th August 2018 The KwaZulu-Natal-based Mathe Group, South Africa’s largest tyre recycler, has developed two steel by-products that are being exported to Australia and Korea in growing quantities. Dr Mehran Zarrebini, head of British investment group PFE International, which is one of the major shareholders in... 

Unique design solution for 92 Rivonia Road project

By: Melissa Zisengwe     3rd August 2018 Formwork and scaffolding manufacturer PERI South Africa was able to supply a unique design solution for the challenging 92 Rivonia Road mixed-use development. This allowed main contractor WBHO to come to grips with the striking ‘feature brows’ at the project, lead engineer: key and strategic... 

SA’s bioeconomy should be multipronged

By: Saliem Fakir     3rd August 2018 The fact that South Africa does not have a White Paper or a holistic bio-economy strategy is the biggest of ironies, given that a vast variety of biological life and biodiversity can be found across the country. This is a sector with the highest labour intensity.   The aggregate value of the... 

New graphite factory bolsters mining, foundry product offerings

By: Schalk Burger     2nd August 2018 A new graphite facility, Graphite Freezeline Solutions, was opened last month on industrial engineering firm Thos Begbie’s manufacturing campus, in Middelburg. It will reduce the time to manufacture products that include graphite components, especially for the mining and foundry industry, says... 

Cargo Carriers cements its legacy in powders transportation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 South Africa’s embattled cement producers will continue to focus on improving operational efficiencies to ensure their survival in an extremely cautious economy that has brought many large state-driven civil-engineering infrastructure and private-sector property developments to a grinding halt.... 

Trust creates a competitive advantage for business

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 Business success is dependent on a dynamic network of positive relationships, of which trust is a critical component. Trusting relationships in your business network extend to all your stakeholders – your customers, employees, suppliers, and shareholders. Pyrotec offers an extensive range of... 

Preventing building fire incidents with fischer FireStop from Upat

2nd August 2018 The fischer FireStop range aids in the prevention and suppression of the spread of fire, smoke, and toxic gases, ensuring the safety of building occupants and protecting properties in the event of any fire incidents. The fischer FireStop range, comprising both active and passive fire-prevention... 

Energy access solution lies in adopting VRFB technology in renewable energy – Nikomarov  

By: Simone Liedtke     1st August 2018 With about 650-million people in Africa currently without access to electricity, Bushveld Minerals subsidiary Bushveld Energy CEO Mikhail Nikomarov believes the solution lies in area-specific solutions. He explained in an interview with Mining Weekly Online that a solution needs to be an... 

Katanga on track to achieve full-year guidance

By: Simone Liedtke     31st July 2018 During the second quarter of this year, TSX-listed Katanga Mining made progress with the high-grade clarifier, receiving thickener and the post-leach clarifier that form part of the whole ore leach (WOL) project at subsidiary Kamoto Copper Company’s copper/cobalt mine, in the Democratic Republic... 

PFS confirms mineable gold reserves at Tanzania Royalty’s project

By: Simone Liedtke     31st July 2018 An amended prefeasibility study (PFS) for TSX-listed Tanzania Royalty Exploration’s Buckreef gold mine project, in Tanzania, indicates that the project can support a 1.50-million-tonne-a-year mine for a period of 16 years. About 822 000 oz of gold is expected to be produced over the life of the... 

New Indian EV battery policy to determine response to Bolivia lithium invite

By: Ajoy K Das     31st July 2018 An Indian government policy advisory body will publish a policy offering subsidies for lithium-based electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing, which will determine the response to an invitation from the Bolivian government for joint ventures (JVs) in lithium-rich Latin American nation. The... 

Konecranes Cxt Explorer: A Mobile Workshop For In The Middle Of Nowhere

30th July 2018 One of the most innovative products to come from Konecranes recently is the CXT Explorer. It is a combination of a 6.3T mobile overhead crane, travelling on a gantry,  supported by two sturdy containers which make for fully equipped workshop that can literally be set up in the middle of nowhere.... 

Imperial CEO takes extended medical leave until Jan

By: Marleny Arnoldi     30th July 2018 JSE-listed Imperial Holdings CEO Osman Arbee has been placed on medical leave until January 2019, after he underwent surgery in June that subsequently led to a minor stroke. Once Arbee has recovered, he will continue his role as Motus CEO.  

Company completes reusable bins supply for new vehicle model

By: Halima Frost     27th July 2018 Rotational and low pressure injection moulding specialists Kaymac Structural Foam (KSF) completed a contract with a leading German automobile manufacturer last month, where it supplied reusable collapsible bins for components of a new vehicle model being manufactured in South Africa for world... 

Tight & Loose?

By: Terence Creamer     27th July 2018 The national security veto included in the Competition Amendment Bill, tabled before Parliament last week, has attracted much attention and criticism. Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel argues that the veto is so tightly framed that it should pose no deterrent to potential foreign... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     27th July 2018 Eskom has signed a loan agreement with the China Development Bank for the Kusile power station. 

No matter the cause, DEHN AFRICA protects data centres from lightning and surges

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2018 Data centres rely on the optimal performance of equipment, and surges can cripple operations. Data centre operators need to be able to effectively manage these energy spikes, as it can cost a significant amount of money to recover from the resultant downtime or hardware damage. Across the... 

MeerKAT radio telescope inaugurated as precursor to larger SKA project 

26th July 2018 After a decade in design and construction, the MeerKAT radio telescope, which is located about 90km from Carnarvon in the Northern Cape, was inaugurated earlier this month. Simone Liedtke tells us a bit more about this step towards building an international enterprise. 

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