Representing a host of leading brand, highly specialised liquid control and tanker loading products, systems and services, the SOLIFLO GROUP has been serving southern Africa’s tanker manufacturers and end-user customers since 2003.
While the provision of a comprehensive range of safe, efficient and environmentally-friendly liquid control, fluid and gas transfer solutions to tanker operators is a primary focus, significant changes within the tanker industry have seen an increased emphasis on plant, personnel and environment safety.
Cognisant of these changing trends, Soliflo’s service portfolio also includes consultation on and the supply of tanker loading and off-loading equipment. Safety access and fall prevention systems form an integral part of our operation and we are proud to be the preferred supplier of a diverse range of equipment for the road, rail and marine tanker industries
Focus and Fixes
Soliflo’s client base includes all the process engineering sectors ranging from the chemical, oil and gas industries through to food and pharmaceuticals.
We have supplied equipment to and implemented projects for numerous southern African companies and our aim is to consult on, acquire and offer the latest technology within our sphere of highly specialised products, systems and services and tailor these to the specific needs of our customers.
Longstanding partnerships with a number of local and international blue chip engineering companies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers have provided us with the means to meet, and exceed, the specific and specialised requirements of the industries and companies that we serve.
The implementation of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment within Soliflo (Pty) Ltd and Soliflo Tanker Equipment (Pty) Ltd is a key and on-going process and we are proud to have attained Level 1 contributor status. Both operating companies are also ISO/TS 29001:2010 Quality Management System certificated.
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Clean air a focal point
In March 2010, the National Environmental Management: Air Quality Act (39/2004) published a list of activities subject to legislative control and the ruling pertaining to the petroleum industry is clearly outlined, particularly with respect to the storage and handling of products with a vapour pressure in excess of 14 kPa, ie. all grades of petrol.
Fact is, any facility with a cumulative petrol storage capacity in excess of 500m³ or throughput of 5 000m³ per annum - facilities which handle virtually all the petrol in South Africa - must be compliant with the legislation.
Soliflo is geared to assist responsible players in this industry to overcome the significant challenges that this legislation presents with vapour recovery and vapour combustion units, two solutions that can go a long way towards ‘being legal’ with the added bonus of ‘being green’.
We are able to facilitate the implementation of emission control and management strategies internationally proven to reduce the release of harmful volatile organic compounds into the atmosphere.