Our client is an electrical utility responsible for the supply and distribution of bulk electrical power to industrial and residential customers in six administrative regions within their country.
A large mining client received a number of complaints relating to residential property damage due to mining activities in the area.
A client working in the renewable energy space approached Martec to provide a condition assessment of around 800 Type “C” terminations in operation at various solar plants in South Africa.
Martec prevented water outages by providing emergency service to assist a utility when they experienced a breakdown on the switchgear running the pumps.
A failure of the DRUPPS unit 2 reactor led to an investigation and online condition assessment of all the units (1 to 10).
The Parmalat plant in Kyalami produces and packages a number of different yoghurt products. The client approached Martec to conduct a leak detection survey which involved the process of finding, tagging and quantifying leak loss on all compressed air lines in the factory.
Nampak Glass is a leading glass manufacturer producing glass bottles for the food and beverage industry.
Transformer oil tests including Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) were conducted on the oil filled transformers at Nampak Glass, Germiston, during November 2016.
The client is a manufacturer of glass bottles for wine and carbonated soft drinks. Manufacturing of glass products is an energy-intensive process, and the supply of electricity to the plant is critical to the operation.
The client operates the largest copper mine in Africa. The mine has undergone several expansions since it began operating in 2005. From an initial production capacity of 110,000 tonnes of copper, the mine is now capable of producing 340,000 tonnes of copper and more than 120,000 ounces of gold per year.