RTS Africa and IMR offer efficient combustion which doesn’t ‘burn’ your profits

    The RTS Africa Group, based in Tshwane, has been supplying effective and innovative solutions to a range of industrial issues since the early 90’s. These solutions include amongst others, spin filtration, laser-based gas detection and electrolysers for hydrogen production. “Industrial technology is constantly developing and with this development comes challenges,” says RTS Africa MD Ian Fraser. “To provide answers for these challenges, RTS Africa searches the globe for appropriate and effective solutions,” he adds RTS Africa has added a new suite of solutions to its Technologies division from…

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Monitoring the molecules: RTS Africa’s Neo Monitors LaserGas analysers offer accurate real-time gas level monitoring for industry

Since its founding, innovation has been the hallmark of RTS Africa Engineering, a Tshwane-based company specialising in innovative technologies which provide solutions to industrial challenges. RTS Africa has not only imported many new technologies from its portfolio of well-established and highly reputable overseas principals; but, in-house, has developed ground-breaking solutions to industrial challenges such as the removal of dust from air flows. “In the day-to-day operation of industry, vast quantities of fossil fuel are burned,” explains Ian Fraser, MD of RTS Africa Engineering. “If the combustion process is inefficient, the…

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New orders for RTS Africa principal Nel’s hydrogen filling stations internationally ‘fuelling’ hydrogen-powered vehicle trend

The era of fossil-fuelled transportation is drawing to a close. Climate change concerns and dwindling liquid hydrocarbon reserves will undoubtedly change the patterns of personal and commercial transportation in the future. While there are sound cases to be made for the adoption of transportation alternatives such as battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs) – as well as for hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) – the latter type holds the better potential for diminished environmental harm in the longer term. Managing Director of RTS Africa Engineering, Ian Fraser, explains that both battery-powered cars…

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