Krier Africa Company Profile
Since its inception in 1973, Krier Africa has played an integral role in South Africa’s Baggage Sortation, X-Ray Explosives Detection industry. This role has been attained through the provision of client specific solutions based on some of the newest and most innovative technology available within the field of engineering, as well as through the provision of reliable and committed after sales service. This has made it possible for us to work closely with various international organisations who are world leaders within their fields, as well as with key partners within local South African industry.
We think of ourselves as partners with our clients on each and every project and the key to our long lived success has been a dedicated commitment to excellent Service, and the effective Transfer of Technology.
We provide assistance to our partners in the form of ensuring that the equipment and systems supplied by us are correctly installed, operated and maintained for their full working life. Following the handover of a system, we will continue to devote our time and expertise to ensure the continued economic viability of each and every installation.
The installation of a Three Wheel Hanger Machine made by Pangborn Europe, a company which was part of Wheelabrator at the time of the project. This piece of equipment is used for cleaning Bed Plates or other castings. It has the capacity to clean over 500 bedplates per hour.
Client: Halberg Guss
The installation of Two identical Four Wheel, Plate and Section Descalers – Schlick RB1500, with the capacity to process product up to 1500mm wide and 500mm high at speeds of up to 3m per minute.
Client: Tubular Structural Engineering, Witbank
The installation of three VIM Ice Makers capable of providing 850 Tons each per day. The total installation is capable of producing up to 7,650 Tons of ice per day, in nine units of 850 Tons.
The installation of two DISA vertical moulding lines. DISA are the undisputed leaders in vertical moulding!
Clients: Saint Gobain and Transnet