IWC are the leaders in Industrial Water Cooling in Africa. The company’s vast experience and knowledge in the water cooling industry has resulted in IWC boasting expert services ranging from feasibility studies to the installation of complete plant on a turnkey basis. IWC’s products range from packaged cooling towers, large field erected and mechanical draught cooling towers , industrial water coolers as well as the refurbishment thereof.
IWC offers a range of plate heat exchangers, supplied by SONDEX from Denmark, who are one of the largest manufacturers of plate heat exchangers in the world. IWC’s wide range of plate heat exchangers offers optimal technical solutions for almost any task. Apart from plate heat echangers, the product range includes evaporators, condensors, copper brazed, semi-welded and all welded plate heat exchangers.
IWC’s in-house experts have developed systems to undertake a range of GRP Solutions , including custom industrial GRP fabrications. Services extend to on-site GRP piping repair work as well as corrosion resistant linings. Manufacturing capabilities include design, manufacture, installation and maintenance as well as custom fabrications.
Turning sea water into drinking water using recycled energy
APRIL 2016 - One solution to the seriously diminishing fresh water supplies in South Africa is to tap into the largest water resources available: the ocean, and the desalination of such water.
Prepare now for the Carbon Tax Bill or face hefty fines
MARCH 2016 - To avoid massive financial penalties, South Africa-based industries need to immediately prepare for the implementation of the Carbon Tax Bill, warns Roger Rusch, CEO of IWC (Industrial Water Cooling).
'Water-shedding not enough to combat SA's water crisis'
JANUARY 2016 - Roger Rusch, CEO of Industrial Water Cooling (IWC), argues that South Africa's current water restrictions are a big, leaky plaster trying to tackle the massive water crisis facing the country.
Cooling Tower Refurbishment Increases Power Generation and Lifespan
NOVEMBER 2015 - EnergyAustralia's Yallourn Power Station in Victoria, Australia, is a text book example of how cooling tower refurbishment significantly improves power generation efficiency and reduces the plant’s environmental footprint.
Upgrade Fill Media to Improve Cooling Tower Efficiency
OCTOBER 2015 - One of the simplest and most cost-effective ways in which to extend the life of a cooling tower, improve heat transfer efficiency and reduce maintenance downtime, is to upgrade the cooling tower’s fill media to components constructed out of robust and non-clogging materials such as Polypropylene (PP), PVC or stainless steel.
IWC Builds Massive GRP Fan Stacks for Kusile Power Station
ISANDO, 23 SEPTEMBER 2015Eskom’s new Kusile Power Station in Witbank, Mpumalanga, is set to benefit from the energy-efficiency of IWC’s patented glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) fan stacks, four of which have been manufactured for one of the station’s mechanical induced-draft cooling towers.
IWC Builds Largest GRP Tank for Uranium Mine
ISANDO, 18 AUGUST 2015IWC recently completed the construction of one of its largest ever glass-fibre reinforced plastics (GRP) tanks measuring 6 metres in diameter and 11 metres in height, capable of holding up to 254 000 litres.The length of the cylinder of this tank was set at 9 meters.IWC’s GRP manufacturing facility in Isando, Gauteng, can manufacture up to14 meters in a single filament wound process.
GRP Cooling Towers Crucial In Aggressive Chemical Processing
July 2015 - Glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) is prevailing over traditional concrete, steel and wood as the most suitable primary cooling tower material in mining processes involving aggressive chemical solutions.