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Buying local will save valves industry, says manufacturing body

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LOCAL VALVE 
Companies need to buy locally manufactured valves 
Engineering and mining companies, as well as State-owned entities and local municipalities, need to buy more locally manufactured valves if the industry is to continue surviving, says manufacturing body the Valve and Actuator Manufacturing Cluster...
8th August 2014
 
 
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City of Cape Town benefits from valve maintenance machines

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VALVE EXERCISER 
The exercising machine is easy to operate The City of Cape Town has bought four valve exercising machines – the first in Africa – from US valve maintenance products manufacturer EH Wachs to perform maintenance on the 175 000 valves contained in its 10 000-km-long water reticulation...
8th August 2014
 
 
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Danish valves manufacturer invests R100m in SA branch

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FILTRATION WORKS
SA will be able to produce world-class valves locally, owing to AVK Valves's latest acquisition
Denmark-based valves manufacturer and supplier AVK Valves has acquired a majority stake, for a consideration of R100-million, in South African valves company Premier Valves, creating a new combined entity – AVK Valves Holdings Southern Africa....
8th August 2014
 
 
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New valve makes paste backfill mining easier

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SERIES 725 
This diverter valve improves the efficiency of backfill operations Mechanical pipe joining systems manufacturer Victaulic has introduced the Series 725 diverter valve to ease the paste backfill process for the mining industry, says Victaulic Africa regional manager Barry van Jaarsveld. He tells Mining Weekly that...
8th August 2014
 
 
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UK company acquires SA valves supplier

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SHAKING ON IT
CVT will be a key building block as EnerMech expands its valves business in Africa
As part of its R350-million investment programme aimed at establishing a significant presence in the African oil and gas sector, mechanical engineering group EnerMech has acquired Cape Town-based control valves supplier Control Valve Technology...
8th August 2014
 
 
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Company adds pinch valves to product offering

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Engineering solutions provider BMG’s Fluid Power division has extended its range of FPV valves to include open-frame pinch valves, designed for enhanced operating efficiency and extended service life in diverse sectors, including mining. These...
7th March 2014
 
 
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Company launches heavy-duty butterfly valve

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Global water, fluid, thermal management and equipment protection company Pentair’s Valves & Controls division has launched a new line of heavy-duty resilient seated double-flanged butterfly valves, manufactured by China-based butterfly valve...
7th March 2014
 
 
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Company secures repair contract with platinum mining major

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DEAD MAN VALVE This valve enables operators to manually open and close underground chute boxes, which collect ore from mines that is processed to collect precious metals and minerals Pneumatics solutions provider Pneumax Southern Africa is repairing imperial mine cylinders at South Africa-based platinum mining major Anglo Platinum’s various operations, Pneumax procurement and contracts manager Eugene van der Lith tells Mining...
7th March 2014
 
 
 
 
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