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Provincial presence benefits company

20th July 2018 Geosynthetic products manufacturer and supplier Fibertex SA’s local operation plant in Hammarsdale, KwaZulu-Natal, is well positioned to meet growing demand for geosynthetic products, not only in Africa, but also from countries in Europe, Australasia and Asia, and is the largest plant in Africa... 

Growthpoint takes first Cape Town commercial property off the water grid

By: Natasha Odendaal     19th July 2018 The District building, in Woodstock, has become the first of Growthpoint Properties’ commercial properties in Cape Town to shift off the municipal water grid and become water net-positive. The property giant on Thursday said the 1 750 people using the multitenant office and retail building... 

Oil change - What happens to used lubricating oil in South Africa?

19th July 2018 Global warming and environmental pollution has intensified our need to recycle our limited natural resources and to extend the lifespan of the manufactured products we use. The lubricants industry is no exception and currently in South Africa most of the used oil collected is recycled into... 

Pratley to replicate famous suspended bulldozer stunt on Friday 13 July

16th July 2018 In celebration of its 70th anniversary this year, the Pratley Group will use Friday 13 July as an auspicious occasion to replicate the memorable launch of Pratley Wondafix in 1985. This saw CEO Kim Pratley stand underneath a 13 t bulldozer, hoisted and held aloft by a crane, attached to two... 

MGX to earn into Belmont’s Nevada lithium property

By: Mariaan Webb     13th July 2018 Diversified miner MGX Minerals has entered into an option agreement to earn into the Kibby Basin lithium brine project, in the western portion of the Great basin in Nevada, the Canadian firm announced on Friday. MGX will acquire an initial 25% interest in Kibby Basin from TSX-V-listed Belmont... 

Compressed air dryer freezing the costs of energy consumption

By: Halima Frost     13th July 2018 Compressed-air treatment suppliers Artic Driers International, also the Southern Africa distributor of global manufacturer SPX Flow Busan products, has introduced a new approach in compressed-air drying South Africa through the Phase Change Material (PCM) compressed-air dryer. “The constant need... 

Pace change at Collerina Cobalt's NSW project

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     10th July 2018 ASX-listed Collerina Cobalt has placed plans for a nickel/cobalt project at its Collerina deposit, in New South Wales, on hold in lieu of a high purity alumina (HPA) project. The company this week told shareholders that prefeasibility study (PFS) testwork at the Collerina project has identified a... 

SKF showcases new products at SMM 2018

28th June 2018 At the SMM2018 trade fair (Hamburg, 4-7 September), SKF will showcase a range of new products that help owners and operators comply with present and future environmental regulations, as well as help them improve maintenance processes and performance. The new products include... 

Manufacturer showcases food & beverage processing technologies

By: Melissa Zisengwe     22nd June 2018 Manufacturing company KHS South Africa, a subsidiary of Germany-based KHS GmbH, presented its technology and solutions to 90 local food and beverage companies at the German Technology Symposium, held in Johannesburg, last month. The symposium, which was the first symposium tailored for the food... 

SOURCE hydropanel launches in S Africa

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th June 2018 Zero Mass Water has launched its SOURCE hydropanel, which applies thermodynamics, materials science and controls technology to produce potable drinking water from only sunlight and air, in South Africa.  

UD+ single-filter technology from Atlas Copco redefines filtration standards

14th June 2018 The UD+ advanced filter technology which combines Atlas Copco’s 2-in-1 nautilus concept, delivers a 40% lower pressure drop, removes contamination in compressed air down to 0.01 ppm, reduces maintenance costs and offers numerous environmental advantages. The patent-pending UD+ single cartridge... 

Cummins, Komatsu launch technical education programme at college

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th June 2018 Engine, filtration and genset manufacturer Cummins Africa Middle East and earthmoving, mining, construction and utility equipment manufacturer Komatsu Africa have teamed up to bring the first Technical Education for Communities (TEC) programme to South Africa. Inaugurated within the Sedibeng... 

60 year anniversary of global polymer company - 8 lessons for entrepreneurs

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th June 2018 At 87 years old, serial entrepreneur Alain Leger, who founded one of South Africa’s most successful manufacturing enterprises, is a seasoned business person celebrating the 60th anniversary of the company he founded this year. While the art of taking on financial risks in the hope of achieving... 

Indexing belt filter extracts reusable substances from biomass and significantly streamlines the process

29th May 2018 BHS-Sonthofen presents pilot and lab filters suitably sized for the ACHEMA trade fair. Yet the systems used for well-established manufacturing processes are often of a much larger scale. For example, the specialists for solid-liquid separation were commissioned by a Swedish company with... 

New grease filling filter for automatic lubrication systems

25th May 2018 SKF announced the introduction of its Lincoln small grease reservoir filling filter. Part of SKF’s family of filtration products, this filter helps to minimise contaminants entering automatic lubrication systems during the filling process of smaller-sized reservoirs. Installed as an inline... 

ParkerStore™ Limpopo opens with ribbon cutting by The Executive Mayor of Polokwane

23rd May 2018 New motion control products and services specialist facility officially opens doors to service the mining and industrial market needs. Polokwane, South Africa. The Executive Mayor of Polokwane, Cllr. Thembi Nkadimeng and Limpopo Economic Development MEC and Hon. Seaparo Sekoati helped cut the... 

New grease filling filter for automatic lubrication systems

15th May 2018 SKF announced the introduction of its Lincoln small grease reservoir filling filter. Part of SKF’s family of filtration products, this filter helps to minimise contaminants entering automatic lubrication systems during the filling process of smaller-sized reservoirs. Installed as an inline... 

Ivanplats signs water offtake agreement for Platreef project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th May 2018 Africa-focused explorer and project developer Ivanhoe Mines’ 64%-owned subsidiary Ivanplats has signed an agreement with the Mogalakwena municipality, in Limpopo, for the supply of at least five-million litres of treated water a day for 32 years, starting in 2022, from the town of Mokopane’s new... 

WSP helps City of Cape Town bring emergency desalination plant online

7th May 2018 WSP - one of the largest multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies on the continent - played a crucial role in the fast-tracked development of the City of Cape Town V&A desalination plant, feeding 2.0 megalitres of fresh water into the city’s network per day. Located at the V&A Waterfront,... 

Innovators emerge with novel ways to treat, conserve water

By: Kim Cloete     4th May 2018 Innovators from South Africa and Austria have met with potential partners and investors in Cape Town to present ideas to reduce the amount of water currently used in agriculture. The 17 innovators were chosen as finalists in the Agri-Water Open Innovation Challenge out of a pool of 70... 

New range of coalescing and particle filters launched

4th May 2018 Pneumatic treatment products supplier Artic Driers International has recently launched the E series compressed air range of coalescing and particle filters. The E series filter range, that can be used on a number of pneumatic devices, is available from 0.5” to 3” BSP port sizes and flow... 

Hydraulics service centre available for most industries

4th May 2018 Engineering components supplier BMG’s Regional Service Centre (RSC), in Port Elizabeth, offers critical solution services to diverse sectors, including the automotive industry, power and petrochemical plants, manufacturing, marine, agriculture and general engineering. “Through the consolidation... 

Pneumatic systems are an energy efficient alternative

4th May 2018 With there being a need to consider service life costs when planning municipal water management systems, pneumatic systems and industrial equipment supplier Festo says pneumatic systems are 28% more advantageous. 

MGX looking forward to booking first revenue by Oct as commercial petrolithium plants deploy

By: Henry Lazenby     28th April 2018 Budding energy metals producer MGX Minerals is looking forward to generating its first revenues later this year as the first commercial petrolithium extraction systems deploy to sites in Utah and Alberta. “It’s a liability until it becomes an asset,” president and CEO Jared Lazerson says of the... 

ParkerStore Krugersdorp opens it doors to the public



26th April 2018 Parker-, and ParkerStore representatives and customers celebrated the opening of the new ParkerStore in Krugersdorp on Friday 13 April 2018. Mario Snyders, owner of ParkerStore Boksburg has opened his new ParkerStore in Krugersdorp. This is his second ParkerStore after his first one opened in... 

We have the ocean, so why not use it?

26th April 2018 It’s South Africa’s greatest irony – a country ravaged by drought, that’s surrounded by ocean. Home to one of Africa’s busiest ports, it seems almost nonsensical that a country so economically dependent upon the ocean should be facing a water crisis. And yet, in 2018, South Africa’s water woes... 

Western Areas commissions plant to produce high-grade nickel sulphide

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     23rd April 2018 Nickel miner Western Areas has commissioned its mill recovery enhancement project (MREP) and is now producing premium high-grade nickel sulphides at Forrestania, in Western Australia. The A$17.5-million MREP was completed on time and within budget, Western Areas MD Dan Lougher said on Monday. 

Emergency Desalination Plant Gets Helping Hand from SBS Tanks®

18th April 2018 As Cape Town gets closer to running out of water, SBS Tanks® has formed an integral partnership with Quality Filtration Systems (QFS) and Osmoflo to provide quality water for an emergency desalination plant. Initiated by The City of Cape Town, the plant will address the water crisis in the... 

Cape Town finalises new desalination plant project

By: Paige Müller     13th April 2018 With the Cape Town area suffering from one of the worst droughts in its history, tank manufacturer and supplier SBS Tanks marketing manager James Preston tells Engineering News that the City of Cape Town municipality has launched several alternative water source projects to mitigate the drought’s... 

Bannerman eyes more cost savings at Etango

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     11th April 2018 Uranium developer Bannerman Resources has flagged "substantial" reagent/operating cost reductions at its uranium mine, in Namibia, following a membrane study. The study has also identified capital savings, the final quantum of which will be confirmed during the definitive feasibility study... 

SBS Tanks

6th April 2018 Established in 1998, liquid storage solution provider for multiple applications SBS Water Systems, manufacturer of SBS Tanks, celebrates its twentieth year in existence. The SBS range of tanks has been engineered, designed and developed from over 18 years’ practical experience in the water... 

Short retention time silo installed in Thailand

30th March 2018 A recent milestone for project manager and equipment designer Bosch Projects, in conjunction with its technology partners in Thailand, was the development of a new short retention time (SRT) refined sugar conditioning silo, designed to significantly reduce conditioning time and capital investment... 

WSP finalising port projects in Africa

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     30th March 2018 Multidisciplinary engineering consultancy WSP Africa is involved in several port-related projects across Africa, some of which will be finalised this month, says WSP Africa maritime director Andre van Tonder. WSP is undertaking the yearly National Port Plan review for State-owned freight utility... 

WEIR MINERALS and ANDRITZ together make tailings a valuable product

27th March 2018 WEIR MINERALS announce their long term strategic cooperation agreement with International technology group ANDRITZ to supply equipment for processing tailings in the mining industry.  As part of this agreement, ANDRITZ will supply proven separation and dewatering technologies, thus enabling WEIR... 

Living Building Challenge – A reality for South Africa?

23rd March 2018 The Living Building Challenge is possibly the most rigorous green building certification programme and sustainable design framework in the world. Developed by the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) with the mandate of leading transformation toward a civilization that is socially just,... 

Water treatment, desalination plant to meet Sea Harvest’s Saldanha water needs 

By: Schalk Burger     22nd March 2018 A water treatment plant built at JSE-listed sea food company Sea Harvest’s internationally accredited Saldanha Bay operations, in the Western Cape, treats effluent and sea water and provides all the water the operations require, said Sea Harvest operations director Terence Brown on Thursday at... 

Headline: It’s proven: business can save on water purification costs by integrating nature-based solutions

22nd March 2018 There is no doubt that drought experienced in most provinces across South Africa has changed livelihood in various ways, including business and environment itself. The scarcity of water, and indeed its value has been proven to be worth even more than fuel per litre: NO WATER-NO LIFE!  Citizens,... 

Clean energy, hi-tech sectors drive demand for high-quality silica

15th March 2018 The race to develop more effective and efficient solar panels has resulted in an increased demand for relatively rare raw materials such as high-grade quartz silica. To meet this demand, Suricate Minerals is fast-tracking its development of high-quality quartz deposits in Mauritania. The mining... 

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