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Integrated Pump Rental

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 sludge pumps, diesel driven pumps, dredging system, flotation devices and accessories. All pump rental solutions available from Integrated Pump Rental are ISO 9001 certified.


Companies find use for abandoned underground coal mines

By: Nica Schreuder     Updated 4 hours ago 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... 

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.  

Company’s solutions address minerals processing inefficiencies

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th September 2017 To address water contamination in the minerals processing sector, processing specialist Multotec is installing its CleanTeQ ion-exchange system, which is designed for the removal of soluble elements from process water, at operations in Oman and soon in the Democratic Republic of Congo.  

Alrosa to appoint international experts to probe Mir accident

By: Mariaan Webb     31st August 2017 Russian diamond major Alrosa has announced an independent investigation into the August 4 accident at its Mir underground mine, which was partly flooded by water from an openpit mine above it. The company will appoint an international auditor to conduct the assessment and has identified SRK... 

Strongbow announces C$8.5m royalty sale and equity financing for UK project

By: Mariaan Webb     31st August 2017 Canadian project developer Strongbow Exploration has announced an C$8.5-million royalty sale and equity financing agreement to fund the water treatment plant at its South Crofty tin project in Cornwall, in the UK. 

Resource exports boost mining equipment

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th August 2017 The mining industry is Australia’s prime driver of export growth, says pumps and pressure cleaners manufacturer Australian Pump Industries, commonly known as Aussie Pumps.  

Osisko reports biggest step-out to date at Windfall’s Lynx deposit

By: Henry Lazenby     10th August 2017 Project developer Osisko Mining has reported significant exploration success at its flagship Windfall Lake deposit, in Quebec, extending the satellite Lynx deposit. The Toronto-based mineral explorer on Wednesday reported assays from 12 holes drilled at Windfall Lake, focused on the Lynx Zone,... 

Eight Sykes Dewatering Pumps To Coal Mining Operation

     7th August 2017 Integrated Pump Rental reports that one of its surface coal mining customers recently purchased eight Sykes CP 150 self-priming diesel driven pumps from the company. Lee Vine, managing directors of Integrated Pump Rental, says that most significantly the order was placed following a short term... 

Pan African sharpens gold focus as Sylvania buys Phoenix for R89m

By: Martin Creamer     31st July 2017 Gold-focused mining company Pan African has successfully concluded a conditional agreement with Sylvania Platinum for the disposal of all of its shares and loan accounts in its wholly-owned subsidiary Phoenix Platinum to Sylvania for R89-million cash. The disposal of Phoenix, which for some time... 

Coal mine switches to Atlas Copco LED light towers

     25th July 2017 Atlas Copco Portable Energy supplied four state-of-the-art HiLight V5+ LED light towers mounted on custom-built double-axle trailers to trading partner, Tracpart Mining Supplies. The end-user, a coal mine in Mpumalanga, uses the light towers for above ground lighting applications. When approached... 

‘Near-new’ processing plant puts Mt Mulgine on accelerated path

By: Mariaan Webb     21st July 2017 Tungsten developer Tungsten Mining is embarking on a fast-tracked, low capital expenditure (capex) development pathway for its Mt Mulgine project, in Western Australia, with the acquisition of a second-hand processing plant from Pilbara Minerals. Tungsten will pay A$600 000 for the “near-new”... 

Sharp Pan African gold production rise on way

By: Martin Creamer     20th July 2017 Gold-mining company Pan African Resources is looking forward to a much improved performance in 2018 with a substantial increase in gold production. The group’s gold production guidance for the financial year ending June 30, 2018, is 190 000 oz-plus, a 10% increase on 2017 gold production. 

Pockets of potential bode well for future

By: Nica Schreuder     14th July 2017 The expected turning point in the African mining sector has not yet occurred, owing to continued soft economic growth in emerging economies allied to uneven global economic recoveries, divergent monetary policies and significant geopolitical/social issues, which continue to create further... 

Standard approach needed to maintenance, downtime on mines

By: Marleny Arnoldi     23rd June 2017 If the mining industry could standardise maintenance and downtime procedures, it would help “tremendously” to facilitate more efficient, cost-effective, faster maintenance, says capital plant equipment manufacturer Halley & Mellowes group of companies (HMA).  

JV contract secured to desilt acid ponds

     16th June 2017 Industrial pump rental service provider Integrated Pump Rental, in a joint venture (JV) with supplier and service provider of equipment to mining and allied industries EC Mining, has secured a contract to desilt four acid ponds at a copper mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This... 

Opportunities to be had in pumps industry

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     16th June 2017 There are a myriad of opportunities in the pumps industry to develop it, propel its growth and improve efficiency, avers independent process industry consultant Santosh Gunpath. A potential area of development in the mining pumps industry lies in the better understanding and the holistic use of... 

Pump tackles acidic liquids containing solids

     16th June 2017 Centurion-based pumps manufacturer Hazleton Pumps has introduced a high-volume, high-head, medium- and/or high-voltage range of Hippo submersible slurry pumps manufactured from specialised material capable of pumping acidic liquids containing solids at high heads. The company says the success of... 

Pumps companies among winners at awards ceremony

     16th June 2017 Family-owned, Centurion-based pumps manufacturer Hazelton Pumps has walked away with the Most Innovative Award and the Best Customer Service of the Year Award – as it did in 2015 – at the third annual Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) Awards for Excellence.... 

Slurrysucker Makes Quick Work Of Cleaning Tank On Platinum Mine

     13th June 2017 Integrated Pump Rental reports that its locally produced SlurrySucker Maxi dredge unit recently made quick work of desilting a process water tank at a local platinum mine. The ongoing build-up of slurry, due to inefficiencies in the thickener process, had become a major issue at this process... 

Osisko Mining takes first step towards permitting Windfall Lake

By: Henry Lazenby     7th June 2017 Exploration company Osisko Mining has taken the first steps in the environmental approval processes for its cornerstone Windfall Lake project, in Quebec. The TSX-listed company has filed the project description with the federal Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the preliminary project... 

Strongbow appoints engineering firms for South Crofty water treatment plant design

By: Henry Lazenby     7th June 2017 Canadian project developer Strongbow Exploration has engaged engineering firms Siltbuster Process Solutions (SPS) and Nomenca to undertake process specification and outline design works for a water treatment plant at the company's South Crofty project, in Cornwall, in the UK. The TSX-V-listed... 

Hoists to improve pump installation, maintenance at Limpopo mine

     2nd June 2017 Mining system solutions provider Becker Mining South Africa has secured an order for two 10 t electric chain hoists with motorised trolleys from equipment supplier Klevan Mining – Becker Mining’s distributor in Limpopo. 

Newcrest firms up expansion plans

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th May 2017 Gold miner Newcrest Mining will progress the permit modification process at its Cadia project, in New South Wales, to increase capacity from the current 26-million tonnes a year to 35-million tonnes a year, in an effort to save time. The company earlier this month announced the completion of a... 

Dampier and Vango team up on K2 mine development

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th May 2017 ASX-listed Dampier Gold and fellow listed Vango Mining have inked a farm-in agreement over the K2 mine development, in Western Australia. In January last year, Vango took full ownership of the greater Plutonic Gold project, which includes the K2 project, after a A$6.2-million deal with Dampier. 

Extended product range to improve opencast offering

By: Simone Liedtke     12th May 2017 Sustainable productivity solutions provider Atlas Copco is developing and extending its PAS, VAR and WEDA pump ranges to include high head variants that will better service the requirements of opencast mining customers, says Atlas Copco business line manager of the portable energy division David... 

Westgold on the move at Fortnum

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     11th May 2017 ASX-listed junior Westgold Resources has started openpit mining and the wet commissioning of the refurbished one-million-tonne-a-year gold plant at its Fortnum gold project, in Western Australia. The Metals X spin-off on Thursday said that the plant was currently being fed from existing... 

Mining continues despite flooding at Teck's Highland Valley Copper ops

By: Henry Lazenby     9th May 2017 Canada’s largest diversified miner, Teck Resources, has advised the market that it continues to mine areas unaffected by flooding at its Highland Valley Copper operations, in British Columbia, after unusual spring weather conditions and rapid snow melt have resulted in water inflow into the... 

Capitalising on need to save water

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     5th May 2017 Vibrating equipment and solutions original-equipment manufacturer Kwatani, previously called Joest Kwatani, is capitalising on the recent drive by South African mines to increase the efficiency of their water use through innovation and technology by providing customised vibrating dewatering... 

Seismic event hits Newcrest’s Cadia mine

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th April 2017 A seismic event in the region of the Cadia gold operation, in New South Wales, has seen gold miner Newcrest Mining suspend operations at the mine. The seismic event occurred on Friday and an assessment of the damage caused is currently under way. 

Lac des Iles mine, Canada

By: Sheila Barradas     14th April 2017 A palladium mine about 90 km north-west of Thunder Bay, in Ontario. 

Lesotho diamond mine poised to start commercial production in June

By: Mia Breytenbach     14th April 2017 Aim-listed diamond development company Firestone Diamonds expects its Liqhobong diamond mine, in Lesotho, to reach commercial production at the end of June. Commissioning of the mine started in October 2016, with mine construction completed on time and within the $185.4-million budget. In a... 

Floods hamper restart of Qld coal exports

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     3rd April 2017 The resumption of coal exports from Queensland could be delayed by several weeks, as the state recovers from the damage caused by cyclone Debbie, which hit last week. The Goonyella system, which connects the Darymple Bay coal terminal and the Hay Point coal terminal, has been closed since March... 

Specialised dewatering solutions from Franklin Electric

     29th March 2017 Franklin Electric is utilising their commitment to and understanding of complex dewatering applications together with cutting-edge scientific methodologies to offer specialised dewatering solutions in South Africa that are 40% - 80% more cost effective than any other on the local market.... 

Vango starts dewatering at K2

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     29th March 2017 ASX-listed gold developer Vango Mining has started its dewatering programme at the K2 underground gold mine, in Western Australia. “We are delighted to be in a position to commence dewatering of the K2 deposit. Despite an extended period of heavy seasonal rain at the project area, we have been... 

Firestone narrows H1 loss, says Liqhobong on track for commercial production in June

By: Mia Breytenbach     28th March 2017 Aim-listed Firestone Diamonds, which on Tuesday posted a $4.1-million loss before tax for the six months to December 31, expects its Liqhobong diamond mine, in Lesotho, to reach commercial production at the end of June. Commissioning of the mine started in October 2016, with the mine construction... 

Genesis restarts Ulysses West

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     21st March 2017 Mining has resumed at the Ulysses West gold deposit, in Western Australia, marking the second mining campaign at the project. Openpit operations at Ulysses West started in October last year, and some 49 000 t of ore, grading 4 g/t gold was transported to the Paddington Mill for processing. 

New dry beneficiation tech has multiple benefits

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th March 2017 The Coaltech Research Association plans to further evaluate a new, dry dense medium separation (DMS) process later this year at a pilot plant at a coal mine in Witbank. Since mid-2015, Coaltech has been investigating the new process that was commercialised by electricity and coking company... 

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