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May 29, 2015
BENEFICIAL MATERIAL Stainless steel handrailing offers numerous benefits among which is increased safety
Stainless steel handrailing can be used in various industries to ensure the safety of personnel and compliance with hygiene standards, says precision engineering company Andrew Mentis.
May 05, 2015
Two of the more troublesome issues in industry can be addressed by using stainless steel handrailing. Safety of personnel and hygiene continue to plague a number of market sectors and cost companies thousands of Rands every year in downtime and lost profits....
Apr 22, 2015
As nonrenewable resources are placed under ongoing strain, the emphasis on manufacturing environmentally conscious products is escalating. Accountability for manufacturing processes and the end products will come increasingly under the spotlight. Andrew Mentis...
Mar 31, 2015
As non-renewable resources are placed under ongoing strain, the emphasis on manufacturing environmentally-conscious products is escalating. Accountability for manufacturing processes and the end products will come increasingly under the spotlight. Andrew Mentis’...
Mar 02, 2015
Downtime and maintenance cost companies billions of rands annually. While not all factors can be controlled, ensuring that plant structures and their equipment are kept in good condition are primary contributors to a productive and profitable operation. Not only does...
Feb 02, 2015
Easy-Rail, a crash-tested guardrail system representing the latest European safety and quality standards, is being manufactured in South Africa by Andrew Mentis, under license from Volkmann & Rossbach of Germany. Andrew Mentis has teamed up with Road Furnishing...
Dec 01, 2014
The International Transport Forum’s Road Safety Annual Report, released in May 2013, ranked South Africa the worst out of 36 countries in terms of the number of road fatalities. Road fatalities per 100 000 inhabitants was at 27.6 deaths in 2011. This is a shocking...
Nov 05, 2014
Andrew Mentis offers the advantage of an open-ended system on its RS40 Rectagrid floor grating panels. This eliminates the banding of panels and because no welding is required, corrosion is minimised. “Accurate pitching provides aesthetically pleasing pattern...
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Mar 28, 2014
On-site safety remains a hot potato for many organisations. While slips, trips and falls can be attributed to a number of factors, inadequately designed and manufactured walkways remain a primary contributor to onsite accidents. According to Elaine van Rooyen,...
Feb 14, 2014
Andrew Mentis (Pty) Ltd was first formed in 1950 as a precision engineering works and subsequently went into the development and manufacture of steel grating. Extensive research and market experience has resulted in the growth of the range of products to encompass...
Jan 17, 2014
When wastewater travels through sewer lines, it can become anaerobic or septic (the dissolved oxygen can become depleted) as a result of the metabolic processes of microbes commonly found in the wastewater. Under anaerobic conditions, specific sulphate-reducing...
Jun 19, 2013
Few products can claim to be as versatile as expanded metal, largely as a result of the reliability, durability and economy represented by the simple idea of slitting and expanding a solid sheet of metal into a lattice of diamond-shaped meshes
Oct 23, 2012
Tshwane’s Zeekoegat wastewater treatment works (WWTW) stage 1 upgrade and expansion project is one of the latest developments under construction which bears testimony to the excellent service and product quality that Andrew Mentis offers
Jul 30, 2012
Leading engineering and manufacturing company Andrew Mentis has successfully completed a large order for approximately 5 300 metres of handrailing, 1 600 square metres of grating and 1 100 stair treads placed by Aveng Grinaker LTA’s DSE Fabrication
 
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