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Pipes & Tubes News

Giant SA couplings for Libya water scheme

     9th August 2005 Manufacturer of pipe couplings Klamflex Pipe Couplings of Chamdor has completed a supply contract for the Great Man-Made River Project in Libya. 

Hydraulic pipebursting machine is in a class of its own

By: Mariaan Webb     29th April 2005 A hydraulic pipebursting machine, the Grundoburst 800G, working with quick-lock rods, has been introduced to the South African market about a year ago when Jacked Pipelines, a division of WK Construction, used it for rehabilitation works on pipelines. 

Pump supplier boasts a large customer base

     22nd April 2005 Pumps have been part of the Stewarts & Lloyds’s product portfolio virtually since inception. 

Rubber specialist saves the day for African mines

     1st April 2005 Several mines throughout Africa have recently relied on rubber specialist Truco to resolve costly emergencies through the development and installation of custom hose. 

Garsin Engineering

     4th March 2005 Garsin Engineering is a steel tube merchant and manufacturer of drawn round, square and rectangular steel tubes. 

Taking the wrap for corrosion protection

By: peter cromberge     21st January 2005 A R1,3-million pipe infrastructure for the reticulation and distribution of soft water has been installed in Ndodana, a rural region in Limpopo province. 

Supply of 100-kilometre Nigerian gas pipeline complete

By: peter cromberge     21st January 2005 Pipes for the 97-km-long Obajana gas pipeline, in Nigeria, have been supplied, with installation set to be completed within the next six to eight months. 

Local alternative to hose imports

     21st January 2005 Following the successful completion of a seven-month test run, Transvaal Rubber Company’s (Truco’s) new feed hose for use on furnaces includes improved durability features, the company says. 

Pipes, tubes and hoses for pneumatics

     21st January 2005 One must select the right piping, hoses, brackets and accessories for compressed-air reticulation systems, says Henk Schuiling, MD of Air Systems, the Pretoria-based compressed-air engineering company. 

PetroSA calls for South Coast gas-project bids

By: jenny furness     21st January 2005 State-owned Petroleum, Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (PetroSA) and its field partner, Pioneer Natural Resources, have invited bidders for the supply and installation of subsea pipelines and umbilicals for the South Coast Gas (SCG) Development Project, which comprises the development of... 

Quick-fix solutions for damaged pipelines

By: abdul cook     19th November 2004 Pipeline corrosion and mechanical damage in the form of cracks, dents and gouges can cause costly downtime for processing and manufacturing industries. 

Pipe supplier gets another crack at cost-cutting whip

By: Martin Creamer     29th October 2004 An Alberton pipes, flanges and fittings (PFF) company, which is 17 months into its second Sasol Netgain contract, is confident that it will be able to take the petrochemicals giant further down the PFF cost curve during the period to May 2008 when the contract is up for review. 

New steel-reinforced 'plastic' pipe!

By: Martin Creamer     27th August 2004 A unique new thin-lined steel piping for water conveyance now being launched is expected to take the market by storm. 

Nondisruptive repair of deteriorating sewers

By: Karel Smrcka     13th August 2004 Most metropolitan sewage infrastructures are now between one and two centuries old and their brick, glazed clay, concrete and steel sewers are showing their age. 

R85m supply contract finishes in September

By: zeena isaacs     25th June 2004 One of the leading suppliers of carbon steel pipes, fittings and flanges (PFF) in South Africa The Rare Group has been awarded its single-largest project ever to supply PFF to Sasol’s Project Turbo. 

Diversifying engineering firm to launch a new valves company

By: elizabeth rebelo     14th May 2004 Within the next six months, family-owned Allsteam Engineering, which opened its doors in 1968, aims to establish a new valves company, says MD Peter Habib. 

Manufacturer continues to promote rubber-lined butterfly valves

By: elizabeth rebelo     14th May 2004 Last year Gauteng-based Premier Valves relaunched its range of concentric disc rubber-lined butterfly valves, previously known as the Rockwell BA butterfly valve, on the back of a new appreciation for the durability of the design, particularly in the power-generating industry. ? 

Study under way for Moz–Malawi oil pipeline

By: Marcel Chimwala     5th March 2004 Malawi – Oil company Petrolplus Africa, a subsidiary of Canadian diverse resources group DiamondWorks, has embarked on a feasibility study for the construction of a 400 km oil pipeline from the Mozambican Indian Ocean port of Nacala to Malawi’s southern railway hub of Liwonde. 

Oil major seeks consortia to build Nigeria plant

By: laurian clemence     11th February 2004 International petrochemical giant Shell has invited major contractors and suppliers to pre-qualify for a contract to design and construct an oil and gas plant in Gbaran, Nigeria. 

Land Bank shortlists bidders for HQ overhaul

By: laurian clemence     10th February 2004 South Africa’s Land Bank is currently drawing up a shortlist of prospective bidders for building repairs and maintenance at the bank’s head office, located in Pretoria. 

Call made for Athlone power station bids

By: laurian clemence     29th January 2004 The City of Cape Town has requested proposals for the transformation of Athlone Power Station into a profitable business unit by means of the formation of either a public-private partnership or independent power producer. 

Logistics company is to expand African footprint

By: zeena isaacs     23rd January 2004 South African logistics-solutions company Swisslog is looking to supply its pneumatic-tube system, which transports items from one point to another within an enclosed network, into Africa. 

Antidumping action may be imminent

By: zeena isaacs     23rd January 2004 Stainless-steel tube manufacturer fischer Stainless Steel Tubing is ready to take antidumping action against certain countries in the Far East due to the large volume of cheap stainless-steel tubing being imported into South Africa. 

Pipe manufacturer increases production by 30%

By: zeena isaacs     23rd January 2004 Integrated pipe systems supplier Amitech South Africa reports that it plans to further expand production of glass-reinforced polyester (GRP) pipe next year. 

Strong rand hits the stainless-steel industry

By: zeena isaacs     23rd January 2004 The Southern African Stainless-Steel Development Association expresses concern at recent developments in the business environment and the resultant influence on the state of the local stainless-steel industry. 

Steel pipe and tube exports plunge by 15%

By: zeena isaacs     23rd January 2004 The Association of Steel Tube and Pipe Manufacturers of South Africa (ASTPM) reports that the export of locally-manufactured steel pipe and tube has been hit hard by the strong rand. 

Electromagnetic technology cleans pipes

By: zeena isaacs     23rd January 2004 Armature and motor rewinding company Ernest Electro Engineering has launched a technology that prevents calcium build-up in water pipes. 

SA firm bullish on Jordan pipeline construction bid

By: Martin Czernowalow     23rd January 2004 South African company Group Five may know in about a month whether or not its bid for the construction of a Jordanian water pipeline has been successful. 

JV aiming for May 2004 completion

By: zeena isaacs     12th December 2003 Construction and engineering company, Group Five Kwazulu-Natal, in a joint venture with two empowerment companies, Umpheme and Pandev, has been awarded a R55-million contract for construction work at Mondi’s Richards Bay mill, in Kwazulu-Natal. 

Water utility in piping world first

By: Deborah Spicer     7th November 2003 Richards Bay water utility Mhlatuze Water will have the distinction of installing a world-first in pipe technology when it completes the replacement of a section of its buoyant effluent-disposal scheme. 

Unilever looks for speedy growth in Africa

     27th August 2003 Anglo-Dutch consumer products giant Unilever said yesterday it hopes to double its annual turnover in Africa by 2007, growing sales at three times the target set for its global business overall. 

Ncube makes real economy investment

By: elizabeth rebelo     23rd June 2003 The ebullient Don Ncube, one of the pioneers of investment-based black economic empowerment (BEE) in South Africa, is turning to real-economy ownership in a new phase of BEE development aimed at eventual local manufacture, Engineering News can today exclusively report. 

Ncube gets real

By: elizabeth rebelo     20th June 2003 The ebullient Don Ncube, one of the pioneers of investment-based black economic empowerment (BEE) in South Africa, is turning to real-economy ownership in a new phase of BEE development aimed at eventual local manufacture, Engineering News can today exclusively report. 

Rachid Moosa, Incledon-DPI

     6th June 2003 Full name: Rachid Moosa Position: Director of Incledon-DPI since 1999 Main activity of the company: Engineering merchant, focusing on polyvinyl chloride and steel pipes and fittings Date and place of birth: May 1, 1955, Pretoria Education: Matriculated in 1972 from Pretoria Indian High; B.Com... 

BEE deal core to pipe group’s SA strategy

By: nkolola halwindi     30th May 2003 Manufacturer and supplier of plastic pipe and hose systems Petzetakis Africa says it is achieving its target of becoming the dominant supplier of plastic piping in Southern Africa in less than five years. 

Light tubes shine the way to the future

By: Karel Smrcka     23rd May 2003 These ordinary-looking tubes are deceptive. They can harness the enormous potential of one of the world’s richest and simplest resources – light. 

400 km Malawi–Moz pipeline deal signed

By: Marcel Chimwala     23rd May 2003 Malawi – Canadian company DiamondWorks has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Malawian government to invest in a project to construct a 400 km oil pipeline from the Mozambican Indian Ocean port of Nacala to Liwonde, in the south of Malawi. 

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