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Zambian Branch treated to infrared camera presentation

July 2005 SAIMC

The Branch, in conjunction with Protea Automation Solutions, RSA, and Land Instruments International, UK, organised a technical presentation on infrared temperature measurement at Sherbourne Guest Lodge, Kitwe on 21 May, 2005. Over 40 members and 12 guest managers from the industry attended. The guests included representation from Indeni Petroleum, Copperbelt Energy Company, Ndola Lime Company, Chilanga Cement Plc, Mopani Copper Mines Plc, Konkola Copper Mines Plc and Field Tech.

The May meeting of the Zambian SAIMC
The May meeting of the Zambian SAIMC

SAIMC - Zambian members and the guests found the new technology beneficial for the industry.

Jones Kalela

jkalela@mopani.com.zm





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