ARNOT Cooling Tower Refurbishment Project
IWC recently completed the project at Arnot power station which is approximately 50km east of Middelburg in Mpumalanga.
New PLT cooling tower for mine in Victoria, Australia
IWC recently team up with an Australian based EPC specialist, to supply and install our PLT cooling towers to a gold mine near Victoria.
Cooling tower refurbishment for fertiliser plant
IWC are currently in the process of finalising the refurbishment of 2 cells of a larger 12 cell forced draught cooling tower. With civil repairs completed, all that’s left is to install a fibreglass liner (corrosion barrier) whereafter the internals are to be fitted.
SENET appoints IWC to provide Solution cooling towers for a gold mine in the Dominican Republic
The Pueblo Viejo Dominicana Corporation (PVDC) mine is owned by Barrick (60%) and Newmont (40%) with the mine being operated by Barrick.
Bulk Air Cooling (BAC) solution for copper mine in Bahia, Brazil
The Pilar mine at the Caraiba Mining Complex in Bahia, Brazil, will soon have a high-tech, safe, and efficient underground mine cooling system supplied by Howden on a turnkey basis.
New Plate Heat Exchanger For Pulp And Paper Mill
Service and subsequent replacement of a Semi-Welded PHE in Chlorine Dioxide/water solution process to increase the thermal performance of the plant.
The client requested a cooling tower service as their current tower was not performing optimally which meant that it was no longer cooling the dry cleaning machines efficiently.
Cooling tower refurbishment of the two existing timber cross flow cooling towers to good working order and thus increase the thermal performance for their plants.
Howden For Roxgold Gold
Cooling solution to facilitate the production of gold at the ROXGOLD mine in Burkina Faso.
A cooling solution to complete the current still which has three main components, a boiler, a reflux column and a condenser.
A cooling solution to facilitate the milling production of sugar in the remote area of Tanzania.
IWC was contracted by Sappi Saiccor through consultants Wood PLC, to design, fabricate, deliver and install an additional cell to their existing 3 cell cooling tower.
Two, four-cell, concrete induced draught cooling towers have been built to reject all the heat from the various auxiliary processes that support the six power generating units.
Removal and refurbishment of the fallen fill and existing support wires from the cooling tower basin.