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Welding & Cutting

    Miller welding equipment now available for rental from Afrox

    As of April 2017, Afrox will be offering tailor-made welding equipment rental packages to the South African market, affording customers the option to rent a selection of premium welding machines for...

    New-Look SAIW Welding Challenge off with a blast!

    The new-look SAIW Welding Challenge, which comprises the Youth and Senior competitions, took place from 21-25 November 2016 at the head office of the Southern African Institute of Welding (SAIW) in...

    Safety first with Apex welding screens

    Safety in the workplace continues to be a prime focus, and many manufacturing operations make use of Apex Welding Screens to ensure workers are protected against weld splatter and fumes as well...

    Innovative new welding machine increases efficiencies

    In an effort to improve efficiencies and deliver quality products to customers ahead of time, Chromium Carbide (CrC) liner plate expert Rio-Carb has invested in a superior welding machine that has...

    Making welding a breeze

    When undertaking MIG welding outside, such as on a construction site or farm, exposing the weld to the weather may hamper progress and compromise the quality of the final result. Effects...

    Technology centre promotes next-step welding

    In line with the company’s global drive, Lincoln Electric is in the process of setting up a new welding technology centre in Midrand, Gauteng. “We have always had workshop space...

    ‘Welding’ a foundation of internationally certified safety and quality

    For DCD Marine Cape Town, a provider of turnkey ship repair solutions to the maritime and oil and gas sectors and part of the DCD Group, benchmarking its systems against the...

    Developing young welding talent in South Africa

    Air Products South Africa, sponsor of the South African Institute of Welding’s (SAIW) Young Welder of the Year, sees the competition as another opportunity to further its aim of investing in...

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