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Actom John Thompson awards Eskom Camden boiler refractory to Refraline

Eskom Camden
Camden Powerstation
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Refraline (Pty) Ltd has been awarded a 5 year contract from Actom John Thompson. The project scope is to line the burner quarls from 1 to 8 at the Eskom Camden power station.

Eskom is in the process of renewing the coal burners at Camden with more modern coal combustion technology. The burners will be environementally friendly (Low NOX) and more reliable than the current burners.

It is a pleaseure for Refraline to have been awarded the contract to supply and install the Refractory to the areas around the 160 burners in the boilers.

Refraline Natal adds Cladding Division to scope

external Insulation
Cladding
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Refraline Natal Pty Ltd a subsidiarry of Meadowdale based Refraline Pty Ltd has recently increased its specialised workfoce to better serve the external Insulation and cladding market.  The creation of a new cladding division adds another service to our scope of work.

We specialise in all forms of hot insulation consisting of:

-Insulation and cladding of road bulk haulers.

-Insulation and cladding of boilers.

-Insulation and cladding of pipework.

Kansanshi awards Sulphuric Acid Plant lining to Didier Corrosion Engineering

Sulphuric Acid Plant
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Didier Corrosion Engineering (DCE) a wholly owned subsidiary of Refraline Pty Ltd. was awarded the contract for the installation of Acid Resistant Brick Linings to the Sulphuric Acid Plant at the new Smelter from Kansanshi Mining PLC Solwezi in Zambia. The acid plant is one of the largest acid plants in the world. The internal steel diameter of the Sulphuric Acid Towers is 10 meter with grid domes that spanned over entire diameter.

Refraline asking the right question

Refraline (Pty) Ltd: Asking the right questions

In recent years the movement for employee safety has gathered pace at a phenomenal rate. In many industries, a good safety track record is an essential to stay in business. At Refraline (Pty) Ltd safety has become a way of life.

Refraline operates in a variety of industries fraught with risk, yet its dual record of safety and quality, has helped to promote the company as a major refractory contracting business in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. All of which is achieved by asking the right questions.

Refraline rebuilds 490 t/d furnace for glass producer

Refractory contracting company Refraline is rebuilding a glass furnace, capable of producing 490 t/d of glass, for glass manufacturer Consol, in Bellville, Cape Town.

“The old furnace was demolished because it had reached the end of its lifespan, which is about 12 years,” says Refraline divisional projects manager Rudi Koller.

“The closer a furnace gets to the end of its lifespan, the thinner the inside lining becomes, which requires it to be rebuilt.

Refraline installs four linings for petrochemicals group

Johannesburg-based refractory engineering and installation company, Refraline, has been appointed by Germany-based refractory materials engineering and installation company, BEROA, as a subcontractor for the installation of refractory linings on four GHHER units at petrochemicals producer Sasol Synfuels’ gasification plant in Secunda.

BEROA, of which Refraline is an associated company, was awarded the main contract for the engineering, supply and installation of the refractory linings by Sasol Synfuels in August 2010.