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Boreline Brings Relief

Published on 22/11/2012 in Project News

Central and North Africa’s desert regions are some of the most difficult places in the world in which to conduct installations. The harsh climate provides many challenges, and the political upheaval and internal conflict can make even the most standard of installations a vastly complicated affair. Hose Manufacturers was recently contacted by an NGO looking

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Completed Project: Oil Rig water supply

Published on 14/08/2012 in Project News

When Petro SA’s oil rig, the Orca, docked in Cape Town harbour some time back for a major refurbishment expected to last in excess of four months, the managers Pride Foramer had to look carefully at the costs involved in such a long stay. The supply of water to the rig was one area they

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256m of Boreline installed in 37 minutes!

Published on 14/08/2012 in Project News

Many Water Utilities around the world have the problem of having to maintain water extraction sites in very remote and inaccessible areas. This particular site is one of many wells in a remote area far from town. With the help of Boreline, The Water Company has modified a spooler to assist with installing Boreline for

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New Slope Stabilization Techniques

Published on 14/08/2012 in Project News

This has been a World First for a number of different reasons. But the goal remains the same – to stabilise a slope carrying a major 8 lane highway. At one point, a shift occurred which moved a section of the road 1m to the side. This caused all sorts of problems, most notable that

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Completed Project: Water Supply, Serowe, Botswana

Published on 14/08/2012 in Project News

The Department of Water Affairs in Botswana needed to upgrade the water supply to the town of Serowe. Geoflux were the consultants and ASA Enterprises were awarded the civil work. Nine new wells were drilled to ensure an adequate water supply far into the future. Pumpco together with KSB Pumps were awarded the tender for

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Boreline installation using a mobile crane

Published on 14/08/2012 in Project News

In this particular project, two submersible pumps had to be installed quickly and efficiently for a temporary dewatering job and Boreline was the obvious choice. There were site restrictions that would not allow the Boreline to be installed in the traditional method, ie. where it is laid on the ground and installed horizontally by being

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Project Rhino: Providing Water in Kenya

Published on 14/08/2012 in Project News

Kilo village near Lake Nakuru, Kenya. However at the time in question, the local water source was once again drying up and there was a need to install sustainable equipment so that a reliable water supply could be maintained. John Hackett, a Hydrogeologist from Anglian Water Services Ltd, donated his time to go to Kenya

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6″ Boreline utilised at South African platinum mine

Published on 10/08/2012 in Project News

A South African Platinum Mine took the decision to dewater an area of their mine which had been shut down, but, with the latest platinum prices, had become viable again. The 224m shaft had filled up with water to 40m below the surface. In this unique application the water level had to be dropped to

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Completed Project: African copper mine water supply

Published on 10/08/2012 in Project News

Mines are known for their rugged, harsh and unforgiving environments. At the same time they are under pressure to continually strive for best practices and run the non-stop activity of mining and processing. As the manufacturers of Boreline, we know that the cost of downtime is immeasurable and has to be avoided at all costs.

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Completed Project: Power Station Monitoring Wells

Published on 10/08/2012 in Project News

Project Summary: Objective: Monitoring wells at a power station Problems: Overhead restrictions Aggressive water Time and sunstroke! Solution: Boreline flexible drop pipe Introduction: This new Power Station is being built far from away from any Cities. It is in the middle of a desert where temperatures can soar to 120°F (49°C). Boreline was chosen for

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