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Grease Traps services specialise in the cleaning, sanitation and regular maintenance of various environments, within the food and beverage industry, such as Fat carrying lines; Fat Traps inside and outside of store; Manholes and Sumps; Tunnels and Trenches which all outgoing lines are fed into; Gullies in Butchery, Bakery, Fruit & Vegetable areas; Butchery refrigeration rooms; Tiled wall and floor areas; Extractor filters; Pump Stations; Grease trap installation
location_on Benoni, Gauteng
Mentis Sales
Manufacturer of steel floor grating, fibreglass grating, expanded metal, handrailing systems, steel scaffold planks and floor tiles, trench covers, stormwater grating and guardrails for roads.
Everhard Industries (Pty) Ltd
Everhard Industries (Pty) Ltd is a private family-owned company established in Brisbane in 1926.
News & Product Highlights
today8 Feb 2010
verified_userEverhard Industries (Pty) Ltd

Brick reinforcing and other steel building products

Well known for its durable flooring solutions and safety products that are widely used in factories and mines, Andrew Mentis also manufactures various steel products for use in building and building projects. Brickforce 210 is a galvanised steel mesh used to reinforce brick masonry construction, adding tensile strength to the inherent compressive strength of this traditional building method. The reinforcement reduces the detrimental effects of vibration and changes in temperature on masonry construction.

The unseen hero

In urban streetscapes, bustling malls, machinery pounded industrial aprons, highways and roads, the Evercast name is silently at work
today22 May 2012

Housing a key driver in infrastructure rollout

Ahead of the presentation of the Human Settlements Budget Vote 2012-13 to the National Assembly last week (9 May 2012), Minister of Human Settlements, Tokyo Sexwale, highlighted the progress the department has made not only in the continuing development of housing and human settlements but also in rooting out the corruption that has, over past years, undermined the delivery of decent housing.  Interestingly, Minister Sexwale raised the question of whether government should not be turning to sizeable, established contractors and their BEE partners rather than the “wheelbarrow and bakkie brigade” to support its housing delivery commitments. He said that while some emerging contractors are genuinely committed to building houses of sound and long-lasting quality, many had shown themselves to be fly-by-nights, abusing taxpayers’ money and government’s resources. 
today11 Aug 2009

Safety in construction

The last week of July (as this edition of Specifier goes into production) is marked by government as National Construction Week and sees a series of activities taking place, coordinated by the Department of Public Works. In 2009, National Construction Week is intended to highlight the importance of the construction industry in job creation, job retention and the contribution it makes to South Africa's economic growth.