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Integrated Pump Technology

Integrated Pump Technology (Pty) Ltd specialises in electrical submersible pump solutions for the mining, construction and marine industries throughout sub-Saharan Africa. We exclusively represent Swedish manufacturers Grindex AB, world leaders in electrical submersible pumps. Grindex pumps are used in a variety of tough environments, such as mines, marine applications and construction projects. Apart from marketing and distributing submersible pumps, our services include project consultation, testing, repairs & maintenance and pump unit rentals. Based in Gauteng, we are represented across Southern Africa, through our specialist distributors, who are experienced in the operation and application of electric submersible pumps.

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Western Areas eyes battery market with WA sulphide nickel project

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     10th April 2018 The board of ASX-listed nickel miner Western Areas has approved a A$32-million early works programme at the Odysseus project, in Western Australia. The 18-month early works programme is focused on evaporation ponds, mine camp readiness, dewatering and decline rehabilitation. 

Westgold adjusts full-year expectations

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     10th April 2018 Junior gold miner Westgold Resources was expecting to produce some 275 000 oz for the full 2018, compared with its annual production rate of around 300 000 oz. The miner told shareholders on Tuesday that the revised guidance considered a series of events announced during the past quarter,... 

WEIR MINERALS and ANDRITZ together make tailings a valuable product

     27th March 2018 WEIR MINERALS announce their long term strategic cooperation agreement with International technology group ANDRITZ to supply equipment for processing tailings in the mining industry.  As part of this agreement, ANDRITZ will supply proven separation and dewatering technologies, thus enabling WEIR... 

Excellon swings back into black on dry mining conditions

By: Henry Lazenby     23rd March 2018 Mexico’s highest-grade silver producer, Excellon Resources, has reported its first quarterly headline profit since the second quarter of 2016, thanks to optimisation efforts to effectively dewater the flagship Platosa mine. The Platosa deposit comprises several high-grade massive sulphide mantos... 

SA HIPPO SUBMERSIBLE SLURRY PUMP® GOES TO SIERRA LEONE DIAMOND MINE

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th March 2018 HAZLETON PUMPS® successfully manufactured and delivered five HIPPO Submersible Slurry pumps® for Carl Hamm PPS (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of the German company Carl Hamm GMPH. Carl Hamm Pipes Pumps Solutions specializes in dewatering from surface where access is problematic and provide complete... 

Westgold swings to half-year net loss

By: Mariaan Webb     1st March 2018 Western Australian gold miner Westgold has swung to an after-tax loss of A$713 620 for the half year ended December, despite growing its revenue by 6% year-on-year to A$219.19-billion. The net loss of the miner, which owns the Central Murchison gold project (CMGP), the Higgins gold operation,... 

Weir Minerals launches Multiflo® RF dewatering pump

     19th February 2018 Weir Minerals announced the expansion of its extensive dewatering solutions portfolio with the global launch of the Multiflo® RF dewatering pump unit.  The new Multiflo® RF range sets the benchmark for dewatering pump units, expertly engineered in a compact package, offering customers a light and... 

Mines Urged To Dredge Ponds Before Rains Arrive In Earnest

     16th February 2018 With the rainy season approaching in most of South Africa’s mining regions, monitoring the capacity of process water return ponds becomes increasingly critical – to monitor whether silt build-up is jeopardising the dams’ functioning. “Managing the water balance on mines is becoming more demanding... 

Osisko Mining outlines C$3m work programme for Garrison project; C$100m in QC

By: Henry Lazenby     14th February 2018 Canadian gold project developer Osisko Mining has earmarked C$3-million to be spent on exploration at its Garrison project, in Ontario, in 2018. The work includes a resource estimate that will likely be published in July, infill and exploration drilling, and metallurgical work. 

Maiden resource for Orion’s Prieska project

By: Anine Kilian     5th February 2018 The maiden mineral resource for dual-listed base metals company Orion Minerals’ Prieska zinc/copper project has exceeded expectations. The company on Monday announced a maiden mineral resource of 24.2-million tonnes, containing 873 655 t of zinc and 297 129 t of copper, for the Northern Cape... 

Mining essential to human progress – Rio Tinto

By: Martin Creamer     5th February 2018 The images of large yellow mine trucks flashed across the big screen at this year’s Mining Indaba looked pretty ordinary. But that misperception was quickly cut short when Rio Tinto CE Energy and Minerals Bold Baatar told the full-house audience: "What you're watching are robots on wheels.... 

Pumping solutions positioned to address most pressing needs

By: Robyn Wilkinson     2nd February 2018 Mining equipment supplier Weir Minerals Africa has invested heavily in developing its infrastructure and resources to meet the challenges that the mining industry has faced over the past five years, modifying its products and streamlining its service offering to ensure that its pumping solutions... 

New mining legislation a concern for pumps supplier

By: Paige Müller     2nd February 2018 The potential negative impact on the business of mechanical seals, rotating and engineering protection, and sealing equipment supplier Mechanical Rotating Solutions (MRS) of Mining Charter Three, should it be implemented, is a concern for the Pretoria-based company. Speaking exclusively to Mining... 

Pumps company highlights cost-saving benefits of its offering

By: Paige Müller     2nd February 2018 The current mining industry trend towards cost savings has led to a steady increase in demand in Australia and the South-East Asian region for products from pumps and pressure cleaners manufacturer Australian Pump Industries, or Aussie Pumps. “We expect similar interest from Africa, where we know... 

Sykes Pumps Are The Solution For Mine Dewatering In Africa

     29th January 2018 Two Sykes XH150 trailer mounted pumps will soon be doing dewatering duty at a mine in Africa, supplied by southern African distributors Integrated Pump Rental based in Jet Park, Gauteng. This range of diesel powered units is ideal for dewatering an open pit, offering characteristics that include... 

Integrated Pump Rental

     26th January 2018 Integrated Pump Rental is a specialist pump rental organisation that caters to the needs of all sectors, including mining, quarrying, construction, wastewater, energy and general industry across Africa. Its extensive rental fleet comprises submersible drainage and dewatering pumps, slurry and... 

Providing reliable and durable wireless connectivity in the mining sector

     23rd January 2018 There is increasing pressure on the mining industry to maintain or even improve productivity in the face of tough economic conditions. Added to this a regulatory need for enhanced safety of personnel and the desire for improved operational efficiency. These factors are the impetus behind the use... 

India mulls incentives policy for adoption of enhanced recovery methods at oil-, gasfields

By: Ajoy K Das     18th January 2018 The Indian government is working on a policy framework to offer incentives for the adoption of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) and enhanced gas recovery (EGR) methods at all operating oil- and gasfields across the country. The draft policy in circulation among industry stakeholders notes that the... 

Weir Boosts Capacity And Footprint In Africa, Middle East

     15th January 2018 Process solutions is now the focus of Weir Minerals Africa, as it works to bring its growing range of services and products closer to customers in Africa and the Middle East. According to Gavin Dyer, Regional Managing Director of Weir Minerals Africa, the company is investing continuously in both... 

SA Hippo Founder Celebrates 38 Years Of Innovative Manufacturing.

     11th December 2017   Hazleton Pumps International (Pty) Ltd previously known as Electro-Mech (Pty) Ltd was registered on 23 October 1979 with electrical and mechanical contracting being the main business activities of the company. Electro-Mech further expanded the business to include borehole drilling and the... 

Environmental permit bodes well for project financing

     8th December 2017 Iron-ore explorer and developer Zanaga Iron Ore Company (ZIOC) expects the environmental permit for its iron-ore project from the Republic of Congo’s ministry of environment to help attract finance to enable the valuable resource to be brought into production. A joint venture with natural... 

Galena Complex, US

By: Sheila Barradas     8th December 2017 A silver/copper/lead/zinc mine in Shoshone County, Idaho. 

On-The-Air (01/12/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     1st December 2017 A top French company flew into South Africa this week to herald a new technology era for mining; Australian mining company South32 will begin spending R4.3-billion this month on a life extension coal project in Mpumalanga; and The Australians this week came up with an earlier-than-expected... 

Anova starts development at Second Fortune

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     14th November 2017 Junior gold developer Anova Metals has reported the start of mine development at the Second Fortune operation, in Western Australia. Anova, which in June this year merged with fellow-listed Exterra Resources, on Tuesday told shareholders that mining contractor GBF had been mobilised to site and... 

Modular Reflux Classifier launched

By: Mia Breytenbach     10th November 2017 Minerals and cement industry equipment and services supplier FLSmidth has officially launched its modular Reflux Classifier (RC) plant, which is suitable for fines gravity separation applications. This integrated engineered modular solution is based on a fundamental component – FLSmidth’s... 

PEA supports development of underground mine at Lucara’s Karowe

By: Natasha Odendaal     3rd November 2017 A preliminary economic assessment (PEA) has revealed the potential for the development of an underground mine at Karowe, in Botswana, TSX-listed Lucara Diamond said on Friday. The Vancouver-based diamond producer is considering the development and commissioning of an underground mine after the... 

Elandsfontein mine to assist in alleviating West Coast water challenges

By: Ilan Solomons     3rd November 2017 Emerging miner Kropz’s Elandsfontein phosphate mine, near Saldanha Bay, in the Western Cape plans to supply the drought stricken West Coast region with additional clean water, while offsetting its own water-use over the course of the next three years. The project is located on land adjacent to... 

Enviro lobby group takes emerging miner to court over phosphate mine’s water-use licence

By: Ilan Solomons     27th October 2017 Emerging miner Kropz has warned that the West Coast Environmental Protection Association’s (WCEPA’s) application to have the water-use license (WUL) for Kropz’s Elandsfontein phosphate mine, near Saldanha Bay, in the Western Cape, suspended, would, if successful, cause “irreversible environmental... 

Dewatering: A vital part of minerals mining

     23rd October 2017 The process of extracting ore and turning it into valuable commodities inevitably puts equipment under significant wear and tear. While equipment used in the dewatering process may not be expected to withstand the same levels of abrasion as, for example, a cone crusher or a mill discharge pump,... 

Senex brings Western Surat wells on line

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     23rd October 2017 ASX-listed Senex Energy has brought the first 30 appraisal wells on line as part of its Phase 2 investment in the Western Surat gas project, in Queensland. The company in February this year announced that it would invest A$50-million in the 30-well drilling campaign to further its understanding... 

Miner defends Western Cape phosphate project, highlights its importance

By: Ilan Solomons     19th October 2017 Emerging miner Kropz has warned that the West Coast Environmental Protection Association’s (WCEPA’s) application to have the water-use license (WUL) for Kropz’s Elandsfontein phosphate mine, near Saldanha Bay, in the Western Cape, suspended, would, if successful, cause “irreversible environmental... 

BHP’s entry into nickel sulphate ‘well timed’, cobalt sulphate may be next

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th October 2017 Mining major BHP is reviewing the timing of its Stage 2 nickel sulphate plant at the Kwinana refinery, in Western Australia, on the back of high demand. BHP Nickel West asset president Eduard Haegel said on Tuesday that potential customer visits had confirmed that the company’s entry into the... 

Product tackles inclement conditions, improves productivity

By: Nadine James     13th October 2017 One of the biggest challenges facing the mining industry with regard to its motors, gear drives and belt drives is protection from adverse weather conditions and the resulting ingress of dust and moisture, says pumps manufacturer Australian Pumps, commonly known as Aussie Pumps. “In the Pilbara,... 

Partnership now includes crushing and screening

     6th October 2017 US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk materials processing and handling systems Superior Industries has expanded its partnership with long-time dealer, distributor of aggregate and construction equipment General Equipment & Supplies to include crushing and screening. General Equipment... 

Companies find use for abandoned underground coal mines

By: Nica Schreuder     22nd September 2017 Forsaken underground coal mines are increasingly being reopened using opencast mining methods, according to independent mining advisory group Ukwazi senior mining engineer Adriaan Strydom, who tells Mining Weekly that this practice is effectively enabled through increased mechanisation. While an... 

Pan African rolling out vibrant internal growth projects 

By: Martin Creamer     21st September 2017 Midtier gold mining company Pan African is rolling out vibrant internal growth projects involving the revival of Evander Mines’ 7 Shaft and the alleviation of congestion at Barberton Mines’ Fairview operation, which will provide the flexibility needed to better exploit what is arguably the... 

Market Report: How carbon is shaping energy for mines

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th September 2017 By Catherine Skrzypinski, Energy and Mines Alongside power security and cutting energy costs, reducing the emissions intensity of mining operations has been elevated to a top strategic concern for the global mining sector. The combination of carbon pricing in key mining markets and increased... 

Solutions provider helping Zambia tackle mining challenges

By: Simone Liedtke     15th September 2017 The mining and mineral processing sectors present some of the most challenging production environments, as the large-scale operations are often located in harsh, remote areas, explains technical solutions provider BMG.  

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