Around the World in 8 Blogposts – South Africa

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South Africa is known as one of the global capitals of Mining. The resource-rich landscape has mines and quarries uncovering all sorts of minerals, from coal to gold, iron to platinum, uranium, chromium and of course, diamonds. It was in South Africa that the world’s most famous diamond – the Cullinan – was discovered. The […]

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Top 4 Problems for Cooling Tower Maintenance

Cooling Tower Maintenance

Cooling tower maintenance forms a fundamental part of managing any HVAC system. When well maintained, a properly designed system will provide a comfortable indoor environment for residential, commercial and industrial buildings, all year around. Despite having an integral role in any well-functioning HVAC system, cooling towers can often end up neglected. In part, due to their situation on […]

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Static Charge: The Shocking Industry Hazard

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Often, the idea of static charge conjures innocent memories of rubbing balloons and hair standing on end. However, in an industrial setting, static charge is regarded far less fondly. In fact, unwanted static charge can be extremely hazardous, leading to potentially life-threatening incidents in environments involving chemical containment, or the presence of highly flammable materials. […]

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Differentiating Belzona: Adding Value in Service and Support

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Much like the pursuit of high quality is a shared company endeavour and not assigned to one Department, the emphasis on excellent service and support is also a collective goal throughout Belzona’s organisation. The final post in the ‘Differentiating Belzona’ series, examines the importance placed upon adding value to the solutions we provide; particularly, the […]

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Differentiating Belzona: Quality from Science to Solution

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“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking”; a principle upheld by manufacturing pioneer, Henry Ford. He recognised that for any successful organisation, its attitude to quality must not be one-dimensional but habitual; particularly from a manufacturer’s perspective. Following the first in the ‘Differentiating Belzona’ series, this post expands upon the theme of […]

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