1 - 3 September at the Gaborone Fair Grounds in Gaborone, Botswana
Leading local and international suppliers to the mining, industrial and power generation sectors will gain valuable exposure at Electra Mining Botswana 2015, taking place from 1 - 3 September at the Gaborone Fair Grounds in Gaborone. Exhibitors at the show will have the opportunity to interact with visitors from across Botswana and neighbouring SADC countries, speaking with key decision-makers from the region's industrial and mining sectors.
Mining, industrial engineering and manufacturing, electrical engineering, power generation, materials handling, safety, health and environment, machines tools and construction
"There is much to be seen and much to learn at the show with the opportunity to interact with exhibitors and their technical experts, attend information packed seminars, network with decision-makers and boost collaboration and international trade," says Gary Corin, managing director at Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery. "The show also has the endorsement of the Botswana Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources and by the Botswana Chamber of Mines."
Roots blowers and screw compressors
There will be live demonstrations on many of the exhibitors' stands, including Aerzen Airgas who will be showcasing the Aerzen range of German made roots blowers and screw compressors. These are highly efficient and robust machines, perfect for demanding applications in Africa and for a growing energy conscious market.
There will be lots of interest and interactive displays on the Jachris Hose and Couplings stand with live demonstrations of Sentry services - an innovative hose tracking and monitoring device built on radio frequency identification technology. Also on display will be Sentry RFID tags and handheld data capturing device with a live link to its data repository system.
H2O Air Conditioning Mobile Evaporative Cooling Equipment
Airtrax will be launching a new range of H2O Air Conditioning Mobile Evaporative Cooling Equipment at Electra Mining Botswana, offering a more comfortable working environment by reducing summer heat load on staff members. A live demo will demonstrate the effective cooling capacity of the units and will be fully operational to demonstrate the new Electronic Control Panel.
Bringing water to the people
The Vansen brand with its objective of 'bringing water to the people', will be offering products ranging from submersible pumps and motors, vertical turbine, axial flow, end suction, vertical multi stage and surface pumps. These are distributed throughout South Africa and neighbouring countries.
Lockout and Tagout devices
The IB McIntyre stand at Electra Mining Botswana will focus on the Master Lock range including the Lockout and Tagout devices which prevent thousands of accidents that could occur during servicing and repairing of equipment. The Lockout and Tagout procedure protects employees from risks caused by power sources.
Personal Protective Clothing
AJ Charnaud, a leading global manufacturer of personal protective clothing for protection against radiant heat, electric arc flash, acid, flames, fire, cold and molten metal splash, will be displaying various products at Electra Mining Botswana including Survive-Arc which is advanced protective wear against the thermal effects of electric arc flash.
Industrial, mining, agricultural and automotive supplies
DPH (SA) Industrial, Mining & Automotive Supplies will be showcasing its broad range of quality industrial, mining, agricultural and automotive supplies products. Visitors should also look out for Arint Consulting Services, who will be holding a daily lucky draw each afternoon.
The University of Pretoria through its Continuing Education will be promoting various Project Management Courses, especially the newly launched Project Management for the Mining Industry. The programme is designed and presented to address the specific requirements and unique attributes related to mining projects.
Other exhibitors include Joy Global (Africa), Verder Pumps, Filtration Africa, Air Liquide Botswana, Franklin Electric, Becker Mining South Africa, Jachris Hose and Couplings, Schneider Electric South Africa, Charnaud, Tubestone and AC/DC Dynamics, amongst many others.
Enquiries: Charlene Hefer.