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Nadine Ramdass

Nadine Ramdass

Nadine Ramdass is a Creamer Media Features Writer for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Humidification solutions to make maintenance easier

23rd September 2022 Maintenance schedules depend on the type of humidifier and the humidifier application. Humidification and dehumidification equipment supplier Humidair owner Pieter Aldred notes that modern humidifiers are sophisticated and can assist end-users in identifying faults or servicing requirements.... 

Maintenance neglected amid economic constraints

23rd September 2022 Economic challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic have resulted in many companies’ “skimping” on air-conditioning maintenance, as it is viewed as an unnecessary additional expense, says cleaning chemicals developer and supplier O3 Chemicals. O3 Chemicals marketing manager Dave Papenfus... 

Electronic certificate of conformity now compulsory

23rd September 2022 The electronic format certificate of conformity (CoC) became available last month for refrigeration and air-conditioning systems practitioners. The Coc in paper format has previously been available and used within the industry. The CoC is issued to provide assurance that the installation is safe... 

Engineers need to participate in infrastructure decisions

16th September 2022 A reoccurring theme at Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (Cesa’s) Infrastructure Indaba, held last month in Fourways, Johannesburg, was the need for consulting engineers – and engineers generally – to be more involved in decision-making regarding infrastructure. During the event, Engineering... 

Municipalities struggle to address key infrastructure challenges

16th September 2022 Dysfunctional wastewater treatment plants pose a health hazard for residents living downstream along watercourses and have a negative impact on the environment, says consultancy firm SRK Consulting partner and environmental scientist Manda Hinsch. 

Maintenance deemed first priority

16th September 2022 The maintenance of infrastructure by local municipalities is critical to ensuring lasting, quality and sustainable essential services for future generations, says industry body South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) president Professor Marianne Vanderschuren. 

Federation to host first assembly next year

9th September 2022 The first African Welding Federation Annual Assembly and Conference will be held in March 2023, in Egypt. The aim is to focus on different welding processes and, held from 14 to 17 March at the Pyramidal Hotel in Cairo, the event will mark the first in-person meeting of the member countries. 

Women offer high-quality work in welding sector – institute

9th September 2022 Despite a low number of women working in the welding and related processes sector locally, the Southern African Institute of Welding (SAIW) says its members have seen more detail-oriented work, as well as high-quality consistency, from women, or female, employees. SAIW executive director John... 

Institute charts direction after pandemic

9th September 2022 Despite many industries being significantly impacted by the pandemic, the Southern African Institute of Welding (SAIW) used the pandemic period as an opportunity to restructure and enhance itself as well as its offerings. Moving out of the pandemic, the SAIW is set to provide an improved... 

SA poised to benefit from PGMs growth

26th August 2022 South Africa is strategically poised to benefit from the growth trajectory of the platinum group metals (PGMs) sector, as it holds about 80% of the world’s PGM resources. The country demonstrates a unique competitive advantage, as a result of the increasing demand for platinum in hydrogen fuel... 

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