Bitumproof SA
Waterproofing systems
For the last 70 years Pazkar has developed and manufactured sophisticated sealing and insulation materials for the construction and infrastructure industries, offering dozens of types: sealants membranes, compounds and coatings.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
STIEBEL ELTRON is one of the leading suppliers in the market for domestic hot water heating and space heating. The family business has been characterised, since it was founded in 1924, by the expertise and drive for innovation shown by its engineers and staff- motivated by the goal to develop products for greater energy efficiency, convenience and reliability. Today more than ever, this philosophy means we are in line with the trend. This is demonstrated by the high degree of customer satisfaction that we achieve.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
EuroDrain Technology / KESSEL
Leading in Drainage
EuroDrain Technology (Pty) Ltd is a premium supplier of innovative products in the field of drainage, waste and waste water treatment technology.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
York International (SA) Inc
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
York International (SA) Inc. is a Johnson Controls entity - Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration and Fire & Security industries.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
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today5 Mar 2018
verified_userKaytech Engineering Products

Kaytech Sudpave™ Permeable Paving Grid

Sudpave™ plastic grid pavers are used to control the run-off of rain water to limit the impact on over loaded storm water infrastructure. Sudpave™ is an open cell structure, which is either gravel filled, for frequent intensive use, or grass planted for occasional consecutive use. The open structure allows rain water to permeate into the ground at its source. Sudpave™ is now manufactured in South Africa to meet the increasing demand for paving products that satisfy the requirements of a Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS).
today26 Sep 2018
verified_userStiebel Eltron

Solar Thermal

In the future, energy provision will heavily rely on renewables. Solar, wind and water are available as unlimited suppliers of energy. In Germany for example, the sun shines for up to 1900 hours per annum. This represents approximately 1000 kWh per square metre of free energy which can be converted into heat. This enables not only a largely CO2-free heat generation but also creates greater independence from fluctuating energy prices and reduces your monthly energy bills.
today23 Jun 2017
verified_userBitumproof SA

Waterproofing of Roof Gardens with Rapidflex/Elastopaz System

Step by step instructions for waterproofing roof gardens using the Rapidflex/Elastopaz system. The infrastructure shall be a stable concrete infrastructure and not foamed concrete (light concrete).
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today6 Oct 2013

Hatch Goba committed to municipal water infrastructure

Consulting engineering and project implementation firm Hatch Goba has successfully assisted municipalities across South Africa in streamlining their water management strategies by providing expertise and assistance through the company's Water Business Unit, which boasts more than 100 water engineering staff nationwide.
today10 Aug 2016

DPI Plastics racks up orders in large-bore water infrastructure projects

DPI Plastics has already racked up two major orders for its new 630 mm Class 16 mPVC pipe, which it is now capable of manufacturing at its Roodekop factory.
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.
today29 Feb 2012

Here I am, please use me

{nomultithumb} On Thursday the 23rd of February, Dr Martin van Veelen was inaugurated as the 110th President of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE). 
today6 Aug 2014

R1.8m worth of steel pipes supplied to water project

Water infrastructure has been substantially improved for Tembisa residents on the East Rand of Gauteng, following a major upgrade that involved the replacement of a heavily corroded pipeline with R1.8m worth of 600mm coated steel pipes that feature a 6mm wall thickness bevel ended three layer polyethylene (3LPE) coating.