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Sulzer Offers MIXPAC™ MixCoat™ Cartridge-Based 2-Component Dispensing System for Mining Applications

12th July 2018 Spray dispenser ideal for applying abrasion-resistant coatings on mining equipment Sulzer Mixpac USA, Inc., the leading innovator of 2-component adhesive dispensing systems, offers the MIXPAC™ MixCoat™ cartridge-based system for a variety of mining applications, including applying... 

Climate change not the only reason for water shortages – Muller 

By: Natasha Odendaal     9th July 2018 While recent rainfall has brought some reprieve to the drought-plagued City of Cape Town, the region remains vulnerable, and people, politics and poor planning are predominantly to blame for most urban water shortages, water expert Professor Mike Muller has said. In an opinion piece published in... 

Southern Africa’s leading steel merchandiser and distributor

6th July 2018 Steel supplier Macsteel Trading’s market reach through its strategic network of 14 branches across South Africa extends to most steel consuming sectors and key industries, offering valued customers high-quality steel products combined with excellent service at competitive prices.  

S Africa wastewater facilities in disrepair

By: Donald Makhafola     6th July 2018 Half of South Africa’s water infrastructure is in disrepair and it will take significant financial investment, and political will, to restore it, according to the Institute for Security Studies (ISS). “Our research indicates that what is needed is investment in basic infrastructure such as fixing... 

Raubex Infra Paves The Rocky Road To Soft Living

5th July 2018 Work is well underway to open a second phase – Bergendal – at Bloemfontein’s sought-after Woodland Hills Wildlife Estate residential development. Raubex Infra’s civils division is currently putting vital infrastructure such as storm water pipes, water reticulation, sewers and streets in place.... 

M&D Construction Group sets the benchmark in pipeline quality standards.

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd July 2018 M&D Construction Group, a leading local civil-engineering construction and building specialist, has again taken proactive steps to ensure that the highest quality standards are maintained when it builds critical infrastructure for its many public- and private-sector clients. The company’s Pipe... 

Cost-Effective, 24/7 Leak Detection Based On Thermal Imaging

2nd July 2018 To remove the labour-intensive job of monitoring the integrity of pipeline networks, the video analytics specialist, IntelliView has developed a smart camera solution, at the heart of which, is FLIR thermal imaging technology. Corrosion, ageing pipes and fittings are the common causes of leaks... 

Association takes firm stance on quality of products

By: Melissa Zisengwe     29th June 2018 The Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association (Sappma) is taking a “no-nonsense, uncompromising” stance on the quality of pipes that are manufactured by Sappma members. The association operates in an industry that is facing various challenges to maintain the standards of pipes... 

Inkulu Plastics expands offerings and services

By: Melissa Zisengwe     29th June 2018 Gas pipes provider Inkulu Plastics now offers the South African market a range of small-, medium- and large-bore high-density polyethylene (HDPE) gas pipes of between 16 mm and 630 mm in diameter. “Manufactured in accordance with ISO 4437 standards, our gas pipes and fittings are quality-tested... 

City of Cape Town will take 3 years to deal with drought impact - De Lille

By: African News Agency      19th June 2018 It will take at least three years for the City of Cape Town to deal with the impact of climate change and the current drought on the city, Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille said on Tuesday. Welcoming delegates to Adaptation Futures 2018, the world’s leading conference on climate change adaptation... 

Improved quality and productivity reduce production costs

15th June 2018 As the leading supplier of gases and welding equipment and machinery in sub-Saharan Africa, industrial gases company Afrox continues to provide innovative welding solutions to the Southern African market by introducing new products and technology. The latest of these is welding equipment... 

Understanding weld standards crucial to the welding industry

By: Halima Frost     15th June 2018 To ensure quality in the welding industry, pipes supplier Marley Pipe Systems product specialist Ian Venter says it is important to not only use the standards required in welding but also understand them. Delivering a keynote address at the Thermoplastic Welding Technology Day, hosted by industry... 

Attacq continues to develop Waterfall City

By: Anine Kilian     13th June 2018 Construction and development of JSE-listed Attacq’s Waterfall City is ongoing, with new infrastructure including roads, residential properties and warehouses continuously in the pipeline. During a tour of the Waterfall City precinct on Wednesday, head of development Giles Pendleton said the last... 

IFPA Announces Steps To Qualify Welding Procedures And Welds

11th June 2018 Ensuring Consistent Quality Installations And Peace Of Mind The Installation and Fabrication Plastics Pipe Association (IFPA) has announced that it will be qualifying welding procedures and weld jobs performed by its members going forward. 

From Upington to Durban, Incledon has South Africa covered

8th June 2018 With branches in every major South African city, leading quality fluid conveyance solutions provider Incledon has a formidable national footprint. This allows it to target many major water-infrastructure projects in the country at present. DPI Trading, a division of the larger national Incledon... 

Eltherm’s EHT regulates cold, prevents heat loss

8th June 2018 Electrical heat tracing (EHT) can provide significant cost reductions and energy conservation as it regulates temperature ensuring that during uncharacteristically cold days, other costly sources such as flange or gas heaters do not have to be used to compensate for unplanned heat loss, says EHT... 

A Bright Future Awaits Trained Thermoplastic Welders

4th June 2018 Plastics|SA equips learners with welding skills that are in high demand in a growing industry Plastics|SA put welding skills, learnership programmes, technology and the latest welding equipment in the spotlight at its third Thermoplastics Welding Technology Day that took place at its head office... 

OMRON Introduced Four Series of Condition Monitoring Devices

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd June 2018 OMRON Corporation have introduced on February 1, 2018, four series of condition monitoring devices to monitor operational status in manufacturing sites for workers. Motor Condition Monitoring Devices that predict a failure of 3-phase induction motors. Power Supplies with Network that can predict... 

Weatherly shares suspended as water ingress at Tschudi creates uncertainty

By: Anine Kilian     1st June 2018 Aim-listed Weatherly International has requested a suspension in the trading of its shares, effective Friday, owing to the uncertain position of its Namibia-based Tschudi mine, as a result of significant water ingress.  The Tschudi openpit mine had recently experienced a rapid increase in... 

Water pipes, electric vehicles potential growth markets for stainless steel

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     1st June 2018 The South African stainless steel sector can benefit from the rise in electric vehicles and the replacement of water pipes, says Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association executive director John Tarboton. “Getting stainless steel water pipes into the water system has been a big... 

Engineering firm aims to lead in technology, innovation to improve services

By: Schalk Burger     1st June 2018 Infrastructure engineering multinational AECOM is developing high-technology building information modelling (BIM) systems as part of the transition to digital business and service models and to meet changing client needs, says AECOM Africa Buildings and Places MD Tim ter Haar. The company is... 

Sappma takes firm stance on quality products  

31st May 2018 The Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association is taking a no-nonsense, uncompromising stance on the quality of pipes that are manufactured by its members. Melissa Zisengwe tells us more. 

Lerala diamond mine sells for more than $8m in online auction

By: Marleny Arnoldi     30th May 2018 The Lerala diamond mine, in the Palapye region of Botswana, on Wednesday sold for more than $8-million in an online auction, confirmed liquidity services and auctioneers GoIndustry Dovebid South Africa associate director John Taylor.  

Copper supply shock hits India as top plant ordered to close

By: Bloomberg     29th May 2018 India faces a copper supply shock after a state government ordered billionaire Anil Agarwal’s Vedanta to shut down a plant permanently following deadly protests in a move that will slash nationwide output and stoke demand for imports. The company’s shares fell. The Tamil Nadu government directed... 

Auctioneer confirms interest in Botswana diamond mine auction

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th May 2018 Auctioneer GoIndustry DoveBid South Africa will be facilitating the sale of the Lerala diamond mine, in the Palapye region of Botswana, through an online auction, with final bids to close on Wednesday. 

Beele Engineering develops special clamping strips for remarkable trefoil clamping of high-tension cables

28th May 2018 For more than 40 years, Beele Engineering has been synonymous with innovative rubber technology-based sealing solutions. A recent example of this was the company’s development of special clamping strips whereby three high-tension cables are clamped together into a trefoil clamp developed by LOS... 

Should desalination play a bigger role in South Africa’s water future?

By: Natasha Odendaal     25th May 2018 South Africa’s prolonged drought conditions and arid environment are increasingly highlighting the country’s existing water infrastructure vulnerabilities and demand that alternative and non-conventional sources of water beyond the traditional surface and groundwater resources be explored.... 

Only one-third of the 15 largest copper producers reported positive production trends – S&P Global

By: Henry Lazenby     25th May 2018 Only about one-third of the 15 largest copper producers with output of more than 40 000 t of copper per quarter reported positive production trends during the first quarter of this year, driving quarter-on-quarter output 4.8% or 136 548 t lower, a new report by S&P Global has found. However, on... 

Should desalination play a bigger role in South Africa’s water future?

By: Natasha Odendaal     25th May 2018 South Africa’s prolonged drought conditions and arid environment are increasingly highlighting the country’s existing water infrastructure vulnerabilities and demand that alternative and non-conventional sources of water beyond the traditional surface and groundwater resources be explored.... 

Improving water management through deployment of IoT devices

By: Schalk Burger     18th May 2018 The use of low-power wide-area (LPWA) Internet of Things (IoT) devices and Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) provide significantly greater water management capabilities and highly detailed water information across the value chain, says multinational mobile network operator Vodacom IoT director Deon... 

Refuse-to-Fuse

14th May 2018 Known as the leading innovator in piping solutions and services, Victaulic continues to transform the industry with the most advanced engineering technologies and services that allow customers to tackle their most unique construction challenges. One such innovation is that of Victaulic’s... 

Effective Stormwater Management Is Crucial

10th May 2018 Effective stormwater management can prevent pollution, flooding, erosion and damage to the environment and infrastructure.  Therefore, it makes financial sense for local municipalities to invest in products and technologies to ensure that the quality of infrastructure, be it stability and... 

How Trump's steel tariffs kick the can business

By: Reuters     10th May 2018 Dan Vincent is in a bind. The president of Pacific Coast Producers (PCP) plans to use around 700-million tin-coated steel cans this year for tomatoes, peaches and pears from 168 growers here in California. 

New Precast Admixture Range From Chryso

7th May 2018 CHRYSO Southern Africa has released a new end-to-end range of concrete admixtures specifically for dry and semi-dry precast applications. “Each product in this range meets high performance levels in terms of concrete compaction, mechanical strength and aesthetic quality,” says Hannes Engelbrecht,... 

Are you ready for a drop in temperature?

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd May 2018 Do you have trouble with: Blocked process pipes; Valve and pump seizures; Maintaining heat; Freezing; Crystallized caustic solution; Viscosity? Electrical heat tracing can help prevent downtime this winter. Find out how to get a free assessment of your production process.  

Halted Botswana diamond mine to be sold at online auction

By: African News Agency      1st May 2018 A diamond mine in Botswana, owned by now extinct Australian miner Kimberley Diamonds, is going up for sale at an online auction to be held Monday, as its liquidators failed to secure viable offers, reports MINING.com. The Lerala Mine was opened in 2008 and had to be shut twice due to weak sales,... 

Kimberley Diamonds' Botswana mine to be auctioned online

By: Bloomberg     30th April 2018 A diamond mine in Botswana will be offered for sale at an online auction after its liquidators failed to secure viable offers. Online bids for the Lerala Diamond Mine open at 17:00 on May 24 and run through 14:00 on May 30, according to a statement published in the weekly Monitor newspaper by the... 

Construction for the expansion of Driftsands sewer in progress

27th April 2018 The construction of a 1 400-mm-wide concrete high density polyethylene- (HDPE-) lined sewer of 1 850 m in length, expected to be completed in November, forms part of Phase 1 of the four-phase Driftsands sewer augmentation project, which started in the second quarter of 2017 to increase the... 

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