Cemcrete
Manufacturers of Distinctive Decorative Coatings
ince 1973 Cemcrete has manufactured a specialised range of cement-based coatings and building materials to finish and aid in construction projects. Cemcrete’s range of over 80 products includes cement-based finishes for walls, floors, countertops, pools and many more. These distinctive finishes are favourable among homeowners, architects and the construction industry in general due to their superior quality, excellent value, as well as offering a unique alternative to generic coatings.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Franke South Africa
The world's foremost kitchen sink manufacturer
Manufacturers of stainless steel kitchen sinks; washroom and hospital sanitaryware; as well as Zip Hyrdoboil systems
location_on Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
Weber South Africa is incorporated as a division of Saint-Gobain Construction Products (Pty) Ltd. Weber - the world's leading industrial mortar manufacturer
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Geberit, as a pioneer and European market leader, is well known for its water-saving, advanced plumbing and sanitary technologies. From the time of its establishment in 1874, the company has always been a pioneer in the sector, consistently setting new trends and building a reputation for sustainability, innovation, quality and reliability.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
today27 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Water Systems Sanware Product Guide | Franke | WC Pans, Sanitaryware and Laundry Products

FRANKE WC PANS ARE DESIGNED TO REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION BY UP TO 60% WC Pans consume up to 90 percent of water usage in commercial buildings. New technology has been introduced to produce a new range that delivers high performance and aesthetically pleasing designs, to compliment the rest of the Franke sanitary ware products. Designed for ultimate hygiene solutions and ease of installation in public ablutions, the range caters for a wide variety of applications, from recreational facilities, shopping centres, petrol stations, airports and stadiums. Product features: • Hygienic, quality designs and excellent low water consumption • Aesthetically pleasing design, with satin finish • Pressed bowl and P-trap, with minimal welding through robotic welding technology • Full flush of 6 litres • Sturdy design and safety compliant with low maintenance compared with ceramic and composite materials
today29 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Catering & Industrial Products | Franke

Catering & Industrial products: sinks, tables, wall benches & shelving. Heavy duty industrial sinks and tables with sound deadening underframes. The range is complemented by a selection of modular designed shelving systems for catering applications.
today29 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Hospital & Mortuary Products | Franke

Franke is a leading supplier of sanitaryware products to hospitals, clinics and mortuaries – environments where hygiene is of the highest priority. Franke is certified to ISO9001: 2008 quality management standards. Our designs and construction ensure that our products meet the demands of safety, hygiene and quality. Products include Slop Hoppers, Drip Sinks, Bottle Racks, Bed Pan Wash-Ups, Surgeon Scrub Up Units, Plaster Of Paris Sinks and Baths. Franke is also a leading supplier of a large range of high-grade stainless steel equipment to mortuaries and post-mortem rooms including Autopsy Tables, Trolleys, Body Racks, Trays, Instrument Cabinets, Writing Desks, Shelving and Ventilated Mortuary Equipment.
today21 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Water Systems Security Product Guide | Franke

FRANKE WC PANS ARE DESIGNED TO REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION BY UP TO 60% WC Pans consume up to 90 per cent of water usage in commercial buildings. Franke’s range of WC Pans incorporates technology to reduce water consumption by up to 60%, offering high performance while saving water. Designed for ultimate hygiene solutions and ease of installation in public ablutions, the range caters for a wide variety of applications, from recreational facilities, shopping centres, petrol stations, airports and stadiums. Product features: • Hygienic • Excellent low water consumption • Aesthetically pleasing design, with satin finish • Pressed bowl and P-trap, with minimal welding through robotic welding technology • A full flush of 6 litres • Sturdy design and safety compliant with low maintenance compared with ceramic and composite materials
today26 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Water Systems | Accessories, Grab Rails & Taps Product Guide

Water Systems | Accessories, Grab Rails & Taps Product Guide Every washroom has the potential to be wonderful and inviting Thanks to the innovative and intelligent washroom and sanitary solutions, Franke Water Systems is numbered among the leading suppliers worldwide for public, semi-public and commercial use. Here, Franke particularly concentrates on the development of complete sanitary systems, which are designed for durability, excellent quality, functionality and appearance.
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today12 Mar 2012

Water conservation where it counts

South Africa staged its National Water Week campaign from 5 to 11 March 2012 and the United Nations International World Water Day is coming up on 22 March. Ahead of the events lined up for National Water Week, the Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, called on all South Africans to make a positive contribution towards conserving and protecting the country’s water resources. She noted that these already scarce resources are further threatened by high levels of pollution in dams and rivers and by the extent of water wastage that occurs in our homes and cities, in industry and agriculture.  While government at national level deals with water policy, water quality and the development of major water supply schemes, when it comes to water conservation and the wise use of this precious resource it seems that the focus unavoidably shifts to local authorities. Indeed at a local level every one of us can do something to save water and reduce water wastage – in our homes and workplaces at least. At the same time, it seems fair to expect that local authorities, and specifically local water authorities, could do more to minimise water losses.
today13 Feb 2012

Water metering key to effective water management

Water conservation was a headline topic on the periphery of the COP17 United Nations climate change conference in Durban in December last year. But “all the planning and good intentions in the world will fail without accurate water metering,” says Basil Bold, managing director of Sensus South Africa.  “Uncountable litres of water are being lost in South Africa through inefficient metering – and sometimes no metering at all,” Bold says. “The fact is that the successful management and effective conservation of water resources is impossible without efficient metering.”  Sensus SA is a leading supplier of water meters and metering systems to municipalities and water utilities across the country.
today16 Aug 2018

Old Mutual Cape Town will go “off the water grid” with launch of water filtration plant

Old Mutual’s Mutualpark office in Pinelands, Cape Town officially launched the very first corporate based waste-to-drinking Water Filtration Plant in South Africa. This means the 166 000m² office, currently accommodating more than 9 000 employees and contractors, is now operating off the water grid.
today22 Sep 2015

Saving water through plastics

The earth is parched. Worldwide, countries are facing periods of intense drought. Areas such as California are currently in the midst of the worst drought the state has seen in its 164-year history, with 38 million residents under strict water conservation rules to reduce urban consumption by 25 % compared to 2013.
today28 Oct 2016
verified_userKohler Africa

KOHLER Clarity brings safe water to those in need

An estimated 1.8 billion people lack access to safe drinking water. Kohler Co., a global leader in the plumbing industry, has developed a ceramic filtration system called KOHLER Clarity and will work with World Vision, iDE and Water Mission, among others, to enable people in remote regions to access safe, reliable drinking water.