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Made in South Africa

Made in South Africa

Creamer Media’s Made in South Africa is an exciting new showcase of products that are being manufactured in factories across the length and breadth of the country. Published fortnightly, Made in South Africa provides an exclusive glimpse into the innovative spirit of South Africa's most creative and productive citizens and businesses. Homegrown products, from concept to production, receive particular prominence, but Made in South Africa also features products manufactured locally by enterprises that have chosen to set up shop in Africa’s most industrialised economy. Click here if you have a product that you believe deserves to be showcased on Creamer Media's Made in South Africa platform.

Schools driving demand for Enviro Loo industrial model

By: Tracy Hancock     16th October 2019 Developed in 1996, the industrial model from dry sanitation systems supplier Enviro Options was added to the Gauteng company’s offering in response to the need for a high-usage dry sanitation model. The Enviro Loo industrial model can accommodate up to 40 users a day and about 110 000 units have... 

Schools driving demand for Enviro Loo industrial model

Allmech’s Benoni-built electrode boilers exceed import quality

By: Tracy Hancock     2nd October 2019 Benoni-based boiler manufacturer Allmech has produced its electrode boiler range since the late 1990s and, over the years, has developed different models to suite clients’ needs. “The Allmech Electrode Boiler range is our most successful locally manufactured product. It is a clean alternative... 

Allmech’s Benoni-built electrode boilers exceed import quality

Kaytech remains only African producer of bidim

By: Tracy Hancock     18th September 2019 From the Durban Harbour quay wall, in KwaZulu-Natal, to the Glen Shopping Centre, in Gauteng, Durban-headquartered geosynthetics manufacturer and supplier Kaytech’s all-purpose geotextile bidim, is the first geotextile used in South Africa. Introduced by Kaytech in 1971, bidim was the first... 

Kaytech remains only African producer of bidim

Castle Lite world-first secondary packaging keeps beer colder for longer

By: Tracy Hancock     3rd September 2019 Africa’s biggest premium beer brand, Castle Lite, has launched lab-tested secondary packaging that will keep consumers’ beer extra cold for three hours without the use of ice after refrigeration. Castle Lite, launched in 1994, is the only beer lagered at 2.5°C and the lager’s clean crisp taste is... 

Castle Lite world-first secondary packaging keeps beer colder for longer

Concrete Doors & Vaults’ ‘no-gap lid’ keeps vandals out of valve chambers

By: Tracy Hancock     20th August 2019 The patented ‘no-gap lid’ manufactured by high-tech reinforced concrete products developer Concrete Doors & Vaults, in Roodepoort, is the solution to the endemic vandalism of valve chambers in South Africa, says team leader Dr Nicholas Papenfus. Steel lids are easily vandalised, as the locking... 

Concrete Doors & Vaults’ ‘no-gap lid’ keeps vandals out of valve chambers

Micro Aviation SA developing wide-body and amphibious Bat Hawk versions

By: Tracy Hancock     8th August 2019 Nelspruit-based aircraft manufacturer Micro Aviation SA is developing a wide-body and amphibious version of its Bat Hawk surveillance and conservation aircraft. The company has been building the light sport aircraft since 2013, owing to the lack of a low-cost observation platform on the market.... 

Micro Aviation SA developing wide-body and amphibious Bat Hawk versions

Mentis grating and handrailing beat corrosion in wastewater industry

24th July 2019 Johannesburg-headquartered grating manufacturer Andrew Mentis produces a range of corrosion-resistant floor grating as well as handrailing systems in galvanised, 304 stainless steel and 3CR12 options that are suited to the extreme conditions found in wastewater treatment plants. Wastewater... 

Mentis grating and handrailing beat corrosion in wastewater industry

Thermal fragmentation tech readying for mining upswing

By: Tracy Hancock     11th July 2019 Northriding-based underground drill and blast solutions provider MaXem Investments continues to locally develop the thermal fragmentation equipment from junior mining company Nippon Dragon Resources in preparation for an upswing in the mining market. Established in 1997, MaXem, formerly a group... 

Thermal fragmentation tech readying for mining upswing

Locally-built Stampede pedestrian rollers dispatched to Kemach branches

By: Tracy Hancock     27th June 2019 Earthmoving solutions dealer Kemach Equipment has dispatched the first six rollers from South African vibratory compaction rollers manufacturer Stampede Compaction Equipment to each of its main branches across the country. The companies partnered to supply the South African market locally... 

Locally-built Stampede pedestrian rollers dispatched to Kemach branches

Demand for South African engineered drones grows in Africa

By: Tracy Hancock     28th May 2019 The benefit of accessing high-end unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) products and support on the same continent has seen increased demand from African countries of late for products from Cape Town UAV manufacturer Airborne Drones, says partner Gideon Gerber. Airborne Drones products are manufactured... 

Ramjack remote operational centre has potential to save mines millions

By: Tracy Hancock     14th May 2019 The South African-developed rROC remote operations centre (ROC) can potentially save mines millions of US dollars by addressing their skills issues while driving productivity figures and improving safety records. rROC was created by Randburg-based specialised systems integrator Ramjack Technology... 

Ramjack remote operational centre has potential to save mines millions

Mintek cracks spiral automation

By: Tracy Hancock     3rd May 2019 An actuation mechanism developed by South Africa’s national mineral research organisation Mintek has been demonstrated to increase metallurgical performance at spiral plants. Spiral separators are helical chutes that are designed to separate wet minerals based on density. They are often used for... 

Mintek cracks spiral automation
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