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Hammerhead benefits in replacing Gauteng’s ageing pipelines

     19th January 2018 Aging water infrastructure in cities throughout Gauteng is leading to a loss of millions of litres of potable water, while sewerage leaks silently contaminate the province’s waterways and ground water. With thousands of pipelines already well over the 50-year mark and equally many over 100 years... 

New hydraulic hose launched

     19th January 2018 Global leader in motion and control technologies Parker Hannifin introduced the GlobalCore 187 High Performance Hydraulic Hose, a 7 MPa / 1 000 psi constant working pressure hose, to enhance its GlobalCore product line. Announced towards the end of last year, the 187 Hose is designed to provide... 

AGM highlights major 2017 accomplishments

     19th January 2018 Representative of the plastic pipe business the Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association (Sappma) used the occasion of its thirteenth annual general meeting (AGM) held in Johannesburg recently to celebrate the successes achieved by this nonprofit association over the past 12... 

Mitigating plastic’s negative public image

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th January 2018 Continued local and international pressure to ban plastic bags and other single-use plastics, as cited in the media and social media, is at an all-time high, says plastic industry representative body Plastics South Africa (Plastics SA).  

New, effective pipe joining method announced

     19th January 2018 Producer of mechanical pipe joining solutions Victaulic last month announced the European premiere of its Refuse-to-Fuse solution. This new technique enables high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipes to be coupled without the need for fusion.  HDPE pipes are widely known and popular for their... 

BlueRock starts mining new kimberlite pipe, expects improved results

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     18th January 2018 South African-focused diamond miner BlueRock Diamonds made a number of planned modifications to the crushing circuit at its Kareevlei diamond mine, near Kimberley, during a three-week Christmas break. The modifications are expected to improve the method of feeding ore to the crushers. 

Deionising water to protect against corrosion in heating installations

     8th January 2018 Hans-Jürgen Wedemeyer, Technical Marketing Manager of the Liquid Purification Technologies business unit at Lanxess, describes how water for heating circuits can be treated using a special new kind of mixed bed ion exchanger to reliably prevent corrosion. A dark, cloudy sludge no longer... 

Incledon Bloemfontein to be launched officially in the New Year

     8th January 2018 Incledon Bloemfontein began operating in November 2017, and will be launched officially in January 2018. It will service the civil, irrigation, mining, and industrial markets in the key Free State area, according to Branch Manager Conrad Wendelstadt. With 19 years’ experience in the pump and... 

Reducing costs in the oil and gas industry: how mechanical pipe systems can help oil companies streamline operations

     8th January 2018 Arrie Nel, Territory Manager at Victaulic   PwC’s “Africa Oil and Gas Review” for 2017, which was released in November, highlights how the global industry is still adjusting to the realities of a $50 to $60 per barrel oil price landscape. On the continent, other challenges that are specific to... 

Group Five expects material earnings impact as Kpone drags

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     19th December 2017 Owing to a number of delays at construction company Group Five’s $410-million independent gas- and oil-fired combined cycle power plant Kpone contract in Ghana, the company expects to report an impact on its group earnings and cash in the first half of 2018. The company was contracted to design,... 

Construction firm forges ahead on N2 road, bridges

     15th December 2017 Infrastructure construction firm Concor Infrastructure is making progress on the 34 km section of the N2 highway between Mtunzini and Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal, while ensuring minimal impact to environmentally sensitive areas along the route. 

Explosion Proof Portable Ventilators

     12th December 2017 Gases, vapours, & mists escape during the production, processing, transportation, and storage of flammable substances in the chemical and petrochemical industries, as well as in the production of mineral oil and natural gas, in mining and in many other sectors. Combustible dusts are also created... 

Doubt whether desalination plants will be delivered by March  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th December 2017 Valves supplier APVF will supply pipeline products for six desalination plants earmarked for construction in the Western Cape, which are expected to deliver 28 M of water to the province daily.  

TDS Projects Construction Will Go the Extra Mile with 13km Pipeline for Nkomati Mine

     7th December 2017 TDS Projects Construction has been awarded the contract for the construction of a 13km tailing pipeline at Nkomati Nickel mine. Nkomati is situated 300km east of Johannesburg. It represents one of the largest nickel reserves in South Africa having estimated reserves of 408.6 million tonnes of ore... 

TDS Projects Construction Will Go the Extra Mile with 13km Pipeline for Nkomati Mine

     7th December 2017 TDS Projects Construction has been awarded the contract for the construction of a 13km tailing pipeline at Nkomati Nickel mine. Nkomati is situated 300km east of Johannesburg. It represents one of the largest nickel reserves in South Africa having estimated reserves of 408.6 million tonnes of ore... 

Santander keeps on giving as Trevali traces mineralisation at depth

By: Henry Lazenby     5th December 2017 Zinc miner Trevali Mining has published encouraging results from its 2017 exploration programme, where directional diamond drilling continues to intersect multiple zones of high-grade zinc mineralisation within and below the Santander Pipe target, at its Santander zinc mine, in Peru. Highlights... 

What should we ban?

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     1st December 2017 Edgar Allen Poe wrote that he took drugs, since "it has been the desperate attempt to escape from torturing memories, from a sense of insupportable loneliness and a dread of some strange impending doom”. Chuck Palahniuk wrote :“I admire addicts. In a world where everybody is waiting for some... 

Local company popularises electrical heat tracing

By: Nica Schreuder     1st December 2017 Amid escalating costs of heating containers using traditional methods, such as steam or gas, a more cost-effective, efficient and controlled method of ensuring the constant heating of containers is electrical heat tracing (EHT), says eltherm South Africa MD Peter Stone. EHT specialist eltherm... 

Small size particles prompt regular filter replacement

     1st December 2017 Owing to typical commercial primary filters in a pneumatic circuit being designed to filter out particles as small as 5 μm from the air, particular hydraulic systems, motion and control technologies diversified manufacturer Parker Hannifin says companies need to change or clean dirty elements as... 

Group Five to sell stake in noncore pipes business for R80m

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     22nd November 2017 JSE-listed construction company Group Five will sell its 50% interest in Group Five Pipe to LB Pipes for R80-million. “Although the manufacturing cluster remains a strong performer within the group and contributes solid earnings and cash flow, it is regarded as a noncore operation,” Group Five... 

Johannesburg Water undertaking largest repair job in its history

By: News24Wire      22nd November 2017 Utility company Johannesburg Water is currently dealing with the largest repair of a burst pipe in the entity's history, the City said on Wednesday. There were major leaks identified on the main water pipeline that runs through the Linbro Park landfill site, MMC for environmental and... 

TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline clears key hurdle despite oil leak incident

By: Henry Lazenby     21st November 2017 Oil and gas pipelines operator TransCanada is reviewing a decision by the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) approving an alternative route for the proposed Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline project through the state. "As a result of today's decision, we will conduct a careful review of the PSC’s... 

Botswana Diamonds positive about potential at South African project

By: Anine Kilian     17th November 2017 A detailed ground geophysical survey undertaken on eight Group 1 kimberlites at Aim-listed Botswana Diamonds’ Free State exploration project, which is located between Bloemfontein and Kimberley, in South Africa, has indicated that the sizes of these kimberlites range from 0.3 ha to 1.15 ha. The... 

Metal Tank Industries

     17th November 2017 Using new technologies enables turnkey process solutions provider Metal Tank Industries to construct storage vessels, steel walkways, platforms, gantries, pumps, pipelines, control panels, electrical cabling, load cells, cooling towers and boilers that are suitable for use at food and beverage... 

Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project, US

By: Sheila Barradas     17th November 2017 The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has denied an emergency motion to stay the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s authorisation of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project. 

Company offers valve solutions for abrasive, slurry applications

     10th November 2017 ARVALV through-port knife-gate valves have long been the product of choice for challenging abrasive and scaling applications at plants and facilities where extended service life is a must, states valve and instrumentation supplier AR Controls. The ARVALV range is manufactured, stocked, and... 

Tsodilo to treat BK16 samples to recover diamonds, assess economic viability

By: Mia Breytenbach     9th November 2017 Following a completed drilling and bulk sampling programme at TSX-listed Tsodilo Resources’ 100%-owned BK16 kimberlite project, in Botswana’s Orapa kimberlite field (OKF), the company will treat the samples to recover diamonds and determine the grade, quality and size distribution of the... 

Alrosa recovers two 100-ct-plus diamonds from Jubilee pipe

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th November 2017 The Jubilee (Yubileynaya) pipe at Aikhal mining and processing division of Russian miner Alrosa has yielded two gem-stone quality diamonds of more than 100 ct each last year. The smallest of the two stones is a 108.34 ct rough diamond, measuring 23 mm by 20.56 mm by 17.86 mm. The other stone is a... 

Khato Holdings is making great strides in Botswana and other SADC states 

     9th November 2017 Khato Civils has also established a country office in Botswana, where it has 60-million pula of equipment and has bought a 4 ha site on which to construct its head office in the country. Khato Civils CEO Mongezi Mnyani explains that the building plans are in the last stages of being approved by... 

City of Johannesburg needs R12.5bn to fix water infrastructure

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     8th November 2017 The City of Johannesburg (CoJ) has revealed it will need around R12.65-billion over the next ten years to renew and replace the city’s ageing and decrepit water infrastructure. Joburg Water is in the process of building nine new water reservoirs and towers that will serve 163 800 households in... 

How Long Does It Take To Change The Sleeve In A 350nb Pn25 Pinch Valve? - One Hour Twenty Minutes

     7th November 2017 The standard practice for replacing a sleeve in any pinch valve is to remove the valve from the line which requires the use of a crane for all but the smallest valves. The valve is then stripped – the sleeve replaced – and the valve rebuilt. It is then reinstalled in the line – a process that can... 

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.  

Southeast Market Pipelines project, US

By: Sheila Barradas     3rd November 2017 The project entails the development of three separate, but related interstate natural gas transmission pipeline projects. 

Anglo Platinum co-opens pipe factory in Mokopane

By: Martin Creamer     1st November 2017 Anglo American Platinum has drawn applause for its role in the opening of a new pipe factory in job-short Limpopo, which is aimed at sustainably developing the community of Mokopane, where the mining company operates its rich Mogalawena opencast platinum mine. Anglo American Platinum partnered... 

DPI Trading supplies pipe, fittings to Ruwacon Civils for Nduli Reservoir

     1st November 2017 DPI Trading has supplied a range of pipe and fittings to Ruwacon Civils of Bloemfontein, the main contractor on the Nduli Reservoir project in Ceres for the Witzenberg Municipality. The 4.5 megalitre reservoir will not only supply water to the existing Nduli community, but also cater for future... 

SA Hippo Sucessfully Exhibited At The Cim Memo 2017 In Saskatoon

     27th October 2017 The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) was founded in 1898 and it is the leading technical society of professionals in the Canadian Minerals, Metals, Materials and Energy Industries consisting of 10 Technical Societies and over 35 Branches. The members of this... 

Supplier prepares for maintenance shutdown

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th October 2017 Specialist valve, overpressure, combustion, pipeline, and product storage equipment supplier Heaton Valves Africa (HVA) is gearing up for petrochemicals giant Sasol’s major plant maintenance shutdown, planned for September next year in Secunda, Mpumalanga, which will also affect Sasol’s Sasolburg... 

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