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Pipes & Tubes News

Pipeline-residue recovery system

By: System Author     12th March 1999 DESIGNED to eliminate problems occurring in pipeline use – such as non-recovery of all the product, and the effluent created when this is discharged into drains – is the Magnasphere product-recovery system from Soliflo. Approved by Campden and Chorleywood Food Research Association,... 

200 km pipeline supply network the key

By: System Author     12th March 1999 Successes achieved by industrial and speciality gas and chemical supplier Air Products can be attributed to its extensive pipeline supply network stretching over more than 200 km underground, reports Air Products deputy MD Michael Gaade. This enables the company to supply five industrial gases... 

The future vision for world energy initiatives

By: System Author     5th March 1999 Although current fossil fuel resources are sufficient to sustain global economic growth well into the next century and will be used in increasing quantities, severe environmental, economic and technological challenges may well follow unless pollution control measures are employed and steps are... 

Quality assurance firmly in the pipeline

By: System Author     26th February 1999 With its Wadeville, Gauteng, production facility upgrade nearing completion, Hall Longmore is laying down the foundations to become a leader in the South African pipe industry in the field of quality assurance, manufacturing director Barry Fowler tells Engineering News. As part of the... 

Welding mill for gas pipes installed

By: System Author     12th February 1999 The R80-million second phase of Hall Longmore’s R100-million production facility upgrade is nearing completion with the installation of the upgraded R65-million electric resistance welding (ERW) mill which will be dedicated to the manufacture of pipes for oil and gas, sales and marketing... 

SA’s gas pipeline installers under fire

By: System Author     12th February 1999 Quality standards in the South African pipeline gas indus- try compare poorly to those in other parts of the world as a result of a lack of clear-cut guidelines and training for participants in the industry, reveals Engineering Council of South Africa (Ecsa) project manager for pressure vessels... 

R17-million sewer pipeline on track

By: Archivist     29th January 1999 DUE to be completed in July, a 3,8-km-long sewer pipeline being laid in Cape Town’s northern suburb of Goodwood will make an important new contribution to Cape Town’s utility facilities. The R17-million tender to replace the existing 500 mm main sewer line was issued by the Cape... 

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