August / September 2020

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Hydraulics & Pneumatics

Locally built compressed air dryer launched

THE impact of COVID-19 on the compressed air market has been significant, with the ability of importers to bring in equipment stocks severely affected by massively increased air freight costs, along with a slowdown at the country’s docks due to reduc...

Enhanced data collection for better lubrication management

SKF has extended the capability of its Enlight ProCollect portable data collection system, enabling maintenance engineers to plan lubrication routes around a factory or process operation. Lubrication is vital to rotating equipment performance and nee...

Food & Beverage

Better lubrication to protect sugar mill bushings and gears

SUGAR production equipment works hard and requires adequate lubrication and maintenance to ensure it remains functional. With this in mind, Lubrication Engineers (LE) South Africa suggests replacing asphaltic lubricants with a more modern product to ...

Thermal flow measurement with advanced electronics

HONSBERG has launched the new Omniplus-F thermal flow sensor measurement device enabling users to use only one device for applications which previously required three. Featuring a large, high-resolution display for greater visibility, the Omniplus-F...

Pumps, Valves, Pipes & Fittings

A Hawk’s guide to thriving under pressure in a man’s world

IN the largely male-dominated world of high-pressure pumps, cleaners and accessories, Melanie Mokawem, Director at Hawk, is flouting expectations and taking the lead. “I’ve learned to tune out the noise and get on with it,” said Mokawem on being a wo...

Pipe tech prevails under pressure on power station repair project

FOLLOWING a rupture on the mainsteam piping system on one of the units at a major power station, Babcock’s Ntuthuko Engineering division, along with two other major boiler companies, was part of a competitive bidding process to develop a proposal to ...