Mar 16, 2012
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Chains manufactured by Salchain are used in industrial markets on equipment used for conveying bulk materials. The company employs some 58 people. Extensive use of in-house computer-aided design facilities contributes to Salchain’s ability to supply products perfectly matched to the client’s applications. Installed equipment includes a range of presses, computer numerically controlled machines, profile-cutting equipment and heat treatment facilities.
The company’s well-equipped facilities and equipment are located on a 3 500 m2 covered factory area. Test facilities include a mobile spectrometer, ultrasonic and magnetic particle inspection, and tensile, impact and cold-bend testing. A comprehensively equipped laboratory is maintained for the calibration of measuring equipment and metallurgical testing. The quality assurance system complies fully with ISO 9001. Salchain turns over about R60-million a year.
Its products are also used in Australia, Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Swaziland, Uganda, the UK, the US, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.
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