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Welding Alloys South Africa

     8th December 2017 Crushing hammers, cane knives, washboards, shredders, trash plates and mill roll arcing are a few areas within a sugar mill that experience significant wear. In most cases, demand on throughput outweighs the need to do regular and ongoing maintenance. It is vital to extract the most value out of... 

Eskom administrator tells inquiry he insisted Brown be informed of Molefe's retirement package

By: African News Agency      5th December 2017 Eskom administrator Anton Minnaar on Tuesday told the parliamentary inquiry into Eskom that he insisted Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown be informed of the plans to grant former CEO Brian Molefe early retirement shortly after he left the company. "I knew there is risk in this whole thing,... 

Kariba dam rehabilitation project, Zambia

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 The project is progressing steadily. 

After 130 years cooling comes to the oldest listed mine

     22nd November 2017 As you mine deeper, sooner or later it’s going to get hot. And so it has at Barberton, although it has taken more than a hundred years. BBE Projects have recently commissioned a refrigeration and air cooling system at Barberton Mine’s Fairview Shaft to provide much-needed cooling for the on-going... 

Heavy Kwatani Screen For Gamsberg

     21st November 2017 Spartan-based vibrating screen specialist Kwatani, driven by its aggressive cost leadership strategy, is supplying a large exciter-driven grizzly feeder and a sizing screen to the Gamsberg zinc project near Aggeneys in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province. As the flagship of miner Vedanta Zinc... 

Japan aluminium industry may consider crafting quality assurance guidelines after Kobe Steel scandal

By: Reuters     13th November 2017 Japan's aluminium industry may consider crafting sector-wide quality assurance guidelines if it gets requests from member companies to do so in the wake of the data fabrication scandal that has engulfed Japan's Kobe Steel, the head of Japan's aluminium industry association said on Monday. Mitsuru... 

The Channel Tunnel high-voltage direct current interconnector, UK and France

By: Sheila Barradas     10th November 2017 ElecLink is installing an electricity interconnector in the Channel Tunnel between the UK and France. 

AngloGold achieves strong Q3 performance, on track to meet FY guidance

By: Mia Breytenbach     6th November 2017 Johannesburg- and New York-listed AngloGold Ashanti generated free cash flow of $88-million in the third quarter of this year, following strong production and cost containment across its portfolio, and remains on track to meet its full-year guidance.  The free cash flow for the quarter, compared... 

Fluor successfully completes project at Letlhakane Mine in Botswana

     1st November 2017 Fluor has successfully completed the construction of Debswana’s Letlhakane Mine Tailings Resource Treatment Plant (LMTRTP), situated near Francistown in central Botswana. The modular plant, which was designed by Fluor, is currently being commissioned. The new 3.6 million tonne per annum modular... 

Allied Steelrode’s LT20 tube laser: Imagination is the only limitation

     30th October 2017 High-speed, versatile five axis 3D tube laser creates dynamic new processing and pre-fabrication possibilities While many companies these days may claim to be innovators, true innovation is rare. However, for South Africa’s leading steel processor and supplier, Allied Steelrode, innovation is in... 

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.  

Local stainless steel industry remains optimistic

By: Robyn Wilkinson     27th October 2017 While South African demand for stainless steel is under severe pressure, the potential for growth once the local economy improves is strong and distributors are starting to position themselves strategically to take advantage of this, says stainless steel producer Columbus Stainless CEO Lucien... 

Wind energy sector still attractive to investors

By: Nadine James     27th October 2017 Shorter fabrication time, lower costs for parts, and increased repeatability and uniformity have led to impressive improvements in the wind energy sector, says multidisciplinary engineering consultancy WSP Africa power director Dinesh Buldoo. “For instance, there is significant focus on advanced... 

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... 

Steel company raises the bar in Africa with new technologies

By: Robyn Wilkinson     27th October 2017 Taking a long-term view that predicts significant growth in demand for stainless steel products in Africa in the next few years, steel supplier and processing company Allied Steelrode has invested in advanced processing technologies that will cement its position as a market-leader in product... 

Positive prospects for synfuels sector with focus on efficient maintenance

By: Simone Liedtke     27th October 2017 Welding and construction equipment-related supplier Renttech South Africa (SA) sees prospects for the synfuels industry improving, as the recent depressed period - owing to the decline globally in hydrocarbon fuel prices - has seen the petrochemicals industry focusing on efficient maintenance,... 

K5Mzansi Joint Venture

By: Creamer Media Reporter      27th October 2017 The K5Mzansi Joint Venture (JV) is focused on delivering world-class-quality products, supplied on time at competitive prices, with a view to developing long-term relationships with its clientele. Servicing the mining, materials handling, power generation, petrochemicals, oil and gas, and heavy... 

Weak Asian demand may halt bullion bull-run – survey

By: Schalk Burger     26th October 2017 Weak Asian demand and record equity prices could result in a pause in the gold bull-run, Thomson Reuters GFMS’s Gold Survey for the third quarter of the year states. In September, gold prices rose to their highest level for 13 months owing to an escalation in rhetoric and actions on the Korean... 

Fluor establishes a Multi-Projects Group® to offer Scalable Project Solutions

     26th October 2017 Fluor South Africa has established a Multi-Projects Group® to assist clients with lean, cost effective engineering, procurement and construction services for small- to medium-sized projects. “This execution approach is instrumental in offering our clients capital cost efficiency, specifically... 

ASEAN – African manufacturers, tech firms to meet at Expo and Forum

     25th October 2017 Manufacturers and technology firms from across South-East Asia and Africa are set to converge in Johannesburg next month for the first Africa-ASEAN Business Expo (AABE) and Forum. 

Fluor contributes to the development of young South African engineers and scientists

     23rd October 2017 The annual Eskom Expo for Young Scientists is South Africa’s only existing science fair for learners and offers companies the opportunity to support learners becoming involved in science and engineering at an early age. For many years this Expo has offered a platform for learners to demonstrate... 

Afrox presents Harvey Shacklock Gold Medal Award in honour of founding CEO

     23rd October 2017 In celebration of 90 years in the gases and welding industry and in honour of Afrox’s founding CEO, Afrox presented the prestigious Harvey Shacklock Gold Medal Award at the 69th annual SAIW dinner held on 20 October at Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg. The award is significant to Afrox as it was... 

New labelling system introduced for HDPE PE100 stub ends in SA 

By: Victor Moolman     20th October 2017 Thermoplastic piping company Plasti-Tech is supplying high-density polyethylene (HDPE PE100) stub ends, which have been labelled using a Lynx laser printer using invisible laser-radiation. “The significance of labelling the stub ends using the Lynx laser machine is that the manufacture, size and... 

Incledon KZN relocates to new premises in Prospecton

     19th October 2017 Incledon KwaZulu-Natal has relocated to new premises in Prospecton, Durban, which has the added benefit of quicker service delivery and improved stock-control processes. The new location at 1A Transport Drive is just off the N2 South freeway, which facilitates both access and delivery, Incledon... 

Western Cape municipality begins master plan to combat water loss

     13th October 2017 The Drakenstein local municipality in Paarl, Western Cape, has begun a 20-year master plan to replace old or ageing asbestos pipes in the region with high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipes, which will achieve significant success in reducing water loss throughout the municipal area. Water leakage... 

Going Digital: Bentley Systems’ New OpenRail is First to Advance BIM for the Full Rail and Transit Lifecycle – Systems Engineering from Planning Through Performance

     11th October 2017 Through OpenRail’s Connected Data Environment (CDE), Digital Components and Digital Context Converge for Digital Workflow Benefits for Rail Infrastructure Today, Bentley Systems’ CEO Greg Bentley introduced the OpenRail solution, comprising applications and services for the comprehensive... 

Going Digital: Bentley Announces Microsoft Azure-based Cloud Services Extending ProjectWise CONNECT Edition for Comprehensive Project Delivery

     11th October 2017 Also, New ProjectWise “365 Services” Leverage Microsoft Office 365 as Project Delivery Organizations Increasingly Embrace Microsoft Azure Today, Bentley Systems announced new ProjectWise CONNECT Edition cloud services, powered by Microsoft Azure. The Azure-based services complement ProjectWise... 

Parnis Completes E-Houses For African Mine

     9th October 2017 An established track record for quality manufacture resulted in Parnis Manufacturing securing a contract to fabricate modular electrical houses (E-House) destined for a mine in Africa. The continued trend to make use of E-Houses has seen a marked increase in the demand for a company that can... 

Trelleborg Wear Liners Reduce Downtime, Down Under

     6th October 2017 Trelleborg’s engineered products operation in Australia has assisted in reducing unplanned downtime at the Tropicana Gold Mine, 330 kilometers east-northeast of Kalgoorlie, Australia, by improving the wear life of the High Pressure Grinding Rolls (HPGR) discharge pulping boxes. The high pressure... 

Company provides solutions to facilitate progress in industry

     29th September 2017 Aluminium has a “brilliant” future, as the light-weight material offers impressive solutions for sustainable mobility, durable packaging or urban construction projects, and the SMS group is perfectly positioned to further growth, avers systems supplier SMS group aluminium business head Michael... 

Recovery rate growth lies in metals from landfills

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     29th September 2017 With South Africa already boasting a recovery rate of about 72% for used beverage cans, metals packaging industry body MetPac-SA believes that further potential lies in diverting other metal packaging such as aluminium foil, containers and empty tin cans from landfills. “With regards to aluminium... 

Expanded steel services firm eyeing specialist construction, industrial markets

By: Schalk Burger     29th September 2017 Stainless steel fabricator and welding services firm Hlakani Engineering aims to provide end-to-end services for specialist construction and industrial projects after it acquired Middleburg-based structural steel company F&K Engineering, says Hlakani director Gerhard Holtshauzen. The acquisition... 

Kariba dam rehabilitation project, Zambia

By: Sheila Barradas     22nd September 2017 Zambezi River Authority is rehabilitating the Kariba dam to ensure its longevity. 

Tenova TAKRAF continues to set new benchmarks in belt pulley fabrication

     20th September 2017 With headquarters in Leipzig (Germany), TAKRAF is a leading global solutions provider in the mining, bulk material handling and minerals processing industries. The company is also an important manufacturer of high-end components such as belt pulleys and boasts a strong reputation in this area. A... 

Afrox unveils welding school at LIV Village

     19th September 2017 Afrox’s commitment to assisting young South Africans to acquire welding skills and knowledge recently culminated in the official opening on 7 September of the LIV Welding Academy, a custom container welding school that was developed by Afrox in partnership with LIV and the Southern African... 

Localisation key to welding industry growth

By: Nica Schreuder     15th September 2017 Promoting local manufacturing in South Africa creates opportunities for the local welding industry, says South African science institution Agricultural Research Council and Agricultural Engineering (ARC-AE) research team manager for renewable energy, agricultural infrastructure and agroprocessing... 

Welding company aims to bridge skills gap

By: Nica Schreuder     15th September 2017 Despite challenging economic conditions and a dire lack of welding skills, steel welding and fabrication service provider Federal Steel Company is committed to welding skills development initiatives that will expand nationally. Federal Steel Company MD Phakamile Buthelezi explains that the lack... 

Welding Alloys South Africa

By: Zandile Mavuso     15th September 2017 As one of the market leaders in providing engineered solutions to combat wear, welding consumables manufacturer Welding Alloys South Africa (WASA) has been manufacturing welded composite overlay material since 1976. With eight automated welding stations, WASA is currently one of the largest... 

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