http://www.engineeringnews.co.za
R/€ = 16.03 Change: 0.03
R/$ = 13.65 Change: 0.06
Au 1243.94 $/oz Change: 6.10
Pt 879.14 $/oz Change: 1.64
 

Topic

Separators offer versatility and low maintenance

     1st December 2017 Compressed air technology, equipment and systems specialist Atlas Copco Compressor Technique’s OSC range of condensate separators for compressed air systems is capable of working with compressor systems that are between 74 cfm and 4 984 cfm. There are eight models in the OSC range that use the... 

Distributor adds filters to existing product range

     1st December 2017 Engineering consumables and components distributor BMG’s range of products now encompasses EcoPart filter elements for stationary and mobile hydraulic systems from filtration specialists the Filtration Group (FG). These components, with defined filter performance and purity class, comply with... 

New range of filters introduced, new materials enhance filtration

     1st December 2017 Drive and control specialist Bosch Rexroth has introduced a new range of hydraulic filter elements that incorporate new materials which enhance filtration performance for hydraulic systems while reducing operating costs through increased service life. The new Pure Power range of elements has been... 

Positive growth for filtration industry leading to 2022

     1st December 2017 The portable filtration systems market is expected to grow from an estimated $512.6-million in 2017 to $621.4-million by 2022, registering a compound yearly growth rate of 3.93 in this time. Market research company Markets and Markets explains that stringent government regulations, growth in... 

New standards change filtration requirements

By: Victor Moolman     1st December 2017 With filters being exposed to a much broader range of particle sizes, which requires higher levels of filtration maintenance, filter technology manufacturer Freudenberg Filtration Technologies (FFT) says attention should be drawn to the new ISO 16890 standard for filter testing and assessment.... 

Unfiltered air shortens air compressors’ life span 

By: Victor Moolman     1st December 2017 With many industrial air compressors being used in dusty conditions, the lack of proper filtration of incoming air can shorten the life span of the compressors by 75% to 80%, says specialised engineering company RTS Africa Engineering MD Ian Fraser. “Air compressors used in industries are, for... 

SUFFOCATING SMOG

     24th November 2017 Shrouded in smog, pedestrians walk past the iconic India Gate monument in New Delhi, India. Thick toxic smog enveloped the capital city earlier this month, forcing schools to shut down, halting traffic on highways and sending residents scurrying to buy air purifiers and filtration masks. 

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. 

Etango identifies capital savings at Namibia uranium project

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     9th November 2017 A processing optimisation study at the Etango uranium project, in Namibia, has reduced the expected capital costs by about $73-million, from a previous estimate of $870-million. Project developer Bannerman Resources on Thursday reported that the largest capital reductions came from a simplified... 

Fabric containers used to divert Orange river for bridge-widening project 

By: Dylan Slater     27th October 2017 To facilitate the construction of a bridge-widening project in the Northern Cape, engineered fabrics company Kaytech used its geotextile containers to assist in redirecting part of the Orange river to allow pile-driving equipment access to riverside infrastructure.  

Integrated facility augments hydraulics and pneumatics services

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     20th October 2017 Engineering consumables and components distributor Bearing Man Group (BMG) officially opened its upgraded BMG World facility, in Droste Park, Johannesburg, to customers last month. BMG World is the consolidation of BMG’s various product divisions and workshops, into one central facility. This... 

Balama to produce first concentrate this month

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th October 2017 First concentrate production at the Balama graphite project, in Mozambique, is expected late in October, with ASX-listed Syrah Resources telling shareholders that first saleable flake product was expected in the second half of November. Project construction was now some 98% complete, and the... 

Filtration firm perfectly positioned to meet rising demand

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th October 2017 To achieve enhanced equipment performance on a continuous basis by reducing the level of contamination in fluids and fuel, adoption of efficient filtration and contamination control is highly essential for any industry. For over one hundred years, Donaldson has been a leader in the design and... 

BMG launches R400m World site facility in Gauteng 

     12th October 2017 Technical solutions provider BMG, which is part of Invicta Holdings, has officially launched its BMG World site, in Johannesburg last month. Mia Breytenbach tells us more. 

Atlas Copco Condensate Separators – When less really means more

     11th October 2017 The OSC range of condensate separators for compressed air systems from global quality compressed air technology, equipment and systems specialist, Atlas Copco Compressor Technique, delivers high performance, versatility and low maintenance. Consisting of eight models, the OSC range can... 

Industry trying to reduce reliance on imports

By: Robyn Wilkinson     6th October 2017 High quality, increased productivity and cost reduction are vital for success as the South African automotive industry works to reduce its reliance on automotive component imports while growing its export potential in a slow economy, says industrial equipment supplier Germ Africa director Robert... 

Company provides energy-saving pumps solution

     6th October 2017 Australia-based pump refurbishment company FITT Resources has prioritised energy efficiency as an important driver in its refurbishment packages. This includes South Africa-based manufacturer Vesconite, whose bushings are part of its energy-reducing refurbishment package. 

BMG invests R400m in Joburg distribution centre 

By: Mia Breytenbach     29th September 2017 Technical solutions provider BMG, which is part of Invicta Holdings, has officially launched its BMG World site, in Johannesburg, which is the culmination of a consolidation and supply chain re-engineering strategy that began nearly ten years ago. “The company’s R400-million investment to upgrade... 

BMG launches R400m World site facility in Gauteng 

By: Mia Breytenbach     15th September 2017 Technical solutions provider BMG, which is part of Invicta Holdings, has officially launched its BMG World site, in Johannesburg, which is the culmination of a consolidation and supply chain re-engineering strategy that began nearly ten years ago. “The company’s R400-million investment to upgrade... 

Systems water intensive, but more efficient and environment friendly 

By: Victor Moolman     15th September 2017 Although ultrahigh-pressure water blasting systems used to clean refineries or cut rock and prepare surfaces on mines will not save water, it is more efficient than using acid washing or abrasive grit blasting techniques, says water jetting solutions provider Total Blasting sales director Bradley... 

Atlas Copco liquid ring vacuum pumps - resource-conserving plug-and play solutions

     14th September 2017 The tough construction and proven operating principle of AWS, AWD & AWL liquid ring vacuum pumps from Atlas Copco make them suitable for use in the most demanding of environments across all sectors, from food processing and petrochemical to construction. Pre-engineered and fully assembled... 

Petropavlovsk H1 profit surges on revenue growth

By: Mariaan Webb     12th September 2017 Gold miner Petropavlovsk on Tuesday reported a 166% increase in profit for the half-year ended June 30, as revenue jumped 20% on higher production from its hard-rock mines and an increase in the average realised gold price. London-listed Petropavlovsk, which operates the Pioneer, Pokrovskiy,... 

Quality, Regular Maintenance Give Engines Multiple Lives

     1st September 2017 Users of equipment driven by diesel engines can look forward to many more years of economical operation if they understand that these modern engines are designed for two, three or more ‘new lives’ between overhauls; but proper maintenance goes hand-in-hand with quality remanufacturing to make... 

Air filtration solutions ensures that requirements are met

By: Victor Moolman     25th August 2017 Filter technology manufacturer Freudenberg Filtration Technologies says its hygienic air filtration solutions help ensure that clients in the food and beverage sector meet the most stringent regulatory requirements. 

Hotel group moves to integrate bamboo products into facilities

By: Ilan Solomons     25th August 2017 Bamboo producer and products supplier EcoPlanet Bamboo and hotel group Mantis Collection have signed a memorandum of understanding which could have “far-reaching benefits for the environment and the global movement towards sustainable tourism”, says EcoPlanet Bamboo CEO and co-founder Troy... 

Comprehensive service support adds value to forklifts

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 Industrial equipment supplier Smith Power Equipment (SPE) is ensuring that the value-add on its range of imported forklifts meets customer requirements while balancing performance and cost to help companies manage the economic challenges. 

Company offers complete solution for water treatment works

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th August 2017 Chemical dosing and pump solutions supplier Packaged Metering and Pumping Solutions (PMPS) says its Polisol automatic polymer preparation plant unit, from Italy-based metering pumps manufacturer OBL, can cater for companies that need small-scale dosing equipment.  

Licensing rules for large desalination plants remain challenging

By: Dylan Slater     18th August 2017 With increased debate around water security in South Africa, as a result of growing surface-water scarcity and future uncertainty, the prospect of implementing large-scale desalination of seawater is also increasing.  

Amid growing water worries, desalination option enters SA’s supply debate 

By: Dylan Slater     11th August 2017 Scarce surface water resources in South Africa are threatening the availability of potable bulk water, which is also coming under strain because of growing suburban areas and increased demand from consumers. The recycling of wastewater to ensure long-term sustain- ability has been posited as the... 

Company ships dryers and convection oven

     11th August 2017 Global manufacturer of thermal-processing equipment Thermal Product Solutions has shipped two Gruenberg dryers to a prominent diesel engine manufacturer. The drying ovens – whose shipment was announced in March – will be used to dry diesel particulate filters after they are washed during the... 

Amid growing water worries, desalination option enters SA’s supply debate

By: Dylan Slater     11th August 2017 Scarce surface-water resources in South Africa are threatening the availability of potable bulk water, which is also coming under strain because of growing suburban areas and increased demand from consumers. The recycling of wastewater to ensure long-term sustainability has been posited as the... 

Sulphate reduction plant project, United Arab Emirates

By: Sheila Barradas     4th August 2017 The project entails the installation of a sulphate reduction plant module along with new installations and tie-ins to existing facilities on West Island. 

Rail is the future of Africa’s industrialisation

     4th August 2017 Rail infrastructure upgrades remain a core focus of the ongoing industrialisation of Africa, where the transportation of goods and commodities is often difficult and costly, owing to underinvestment in rail infrastructure, says multinational power and engine manufacturer and distributor Cummins. 

Great Panther reports 20% revenue decrease in H1 earnings

By: Anine Kilian     3rd August 2017 Junior silver miner Great Panther Silver reported a 20% decrease in revenue for the six months ended June 30, 2017, primarily attributable to the 14% decrease in metal sales volumes, which had the effect of reducing revenue by $3.1-million.  Metal sales volumes were lower, despite the increase in... 

KZN Industrial Show 2017, Durban ICC, 26 – 29 July, Stand D01, D14 & E19, Hall 1

     28th July 2017 Parker Hannifin to showcase motion and control solutions for the industrial industry at KZN Industrial Show 2017 Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technologies, have three distributors exhibiting at this year’s KZN Industrial Show in Durban, South Africa from 26 – 29 July... 

Company evolves to meet KZN miners’ needs

By: Robyn Wilkinson     21st July 2017 As mineral sands miners in KwaZulu-Natal move into the next phase of their project life cycles, mining solutions provider Multotec is taking steps to evolve its products and service offering to meet changing customer needs. 

Solution provides protection on north coast

     21st July 2017 Nonwovens supplier Fibertex SA’s geosynthetic sand containers (GSC-Bags) will ensure the protection of the natural environment in the construction of a revetment structure at uMdloti beach, on KwaZulu-Natal’s north coast. 

What is government doing about Cape Town’s water crisis?

By: News24Wire      19th July 2017 Cape Town's dam levels were at just over 26% on July 17, almost 17% down on the same week last year. The City says it is hard to use the last 10% of water in dams, meaning the dam levels are essentially about 16%, GroundUp reported. For a city that relies on historically wet winters, these... 

First
Prev
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Last

Latest News

more

Latest Videos

more

About

Engineering News is a product of Creamer Media.
www.creamermedia.co.za

Other Creamer Media Products include:
Mining Weekly
Research Channel Africa
Polity

Read more

Subscriptions

We offer a variety of subscriptions to our Magazine, Website, PDF Reports and our photo library.

Subscriptions are available via the Creamer Media Store.

View store

Advertise

Advertising on Engineering News is an effective way to build and consolidate a company's profile among clients and prospective clients. Email advertising@creamermedia.co.za

View options
Free daily email newsletter Register Now
Register Close