0 COMMENTSPressure instrumentation specialist Blanes Pressure Solutions’ reports that its soon-to-be-launched South African-manufactured inline pressure sensor is 30% more cost effective than similar imported versions.
By: Chantelle Kotze
27th September 2013
0 COMMENTSGlobal industrial manufacturer and service provider SKF in February introduced the SKF TKSA 40 energy-monitoring device to the South African market, which was designed to assist pump operators track efficiency, as well as actual operating...
By: Ilan Solomons
30th August 2013
0 COMMENTSThe inaugural meeting of South Africa’s pump cluster, incorporating seals, couplings and motors in both the mining and industrial sectors, was held on February 7, and saw the cluster planning to take advantage of localisation opportunities,...
0 COMMENTSThe Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI’s) initiative to designate industries for domestic production – where procurement is conducted by public entities, including State-owned enterprises – has motivated the inception of the pump...
0 COMMENTSSouth Africa-based slurry pumps repairer and manufacturer Hazleton Pumps manufactured and delivered two 5.4 t HIPPO submersible slurry pumps, worth R1.5-million each, to Fort McMurray’s oil-sand fields, in Canada, in June.
0 COMMENTSOwing to the massive skills shortage in the pumps industry – from entry level to top management – the South African Pump Manufacturers’ Association (Sapma) will host two two-day courses, in Cape Town, in October.
0 COMMENTSSouth Africa-based pumps manufacturer APE Pumps reports that it has completed the manufacturing of two vertical turbine pumps for return water duty at the Namoya gold mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). APE Pumps has orders of...
0 COMMENTSThe challenge of cheap imports into Africa is a serious one to local South African manufacturers as a whole, mining solutions provider Weir Minerals Africa dewatering manager Ian Farquhar tells Mining Weekly. However, the fact that Weir Minerals...
By: Ilan Solomons
14th June 2013
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