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Demand prompts company expansion

22nd March 2019 Owing to the high demand for its products in the US and Canada, local pumps manufacturer Hazelton Pumps will expand its pumps manufacturing facilities by extending work space in Sunderland Ridge, Centurion, says Hazelton Pumps marketing director Niel Wehmeyer. “We are erecting a 12.5 t crane,... 

Company launches on-site mechanical seal replacement

1st February 2019 Heavy-duty slurry pump manufacturer Hazelton Pumps launched its latest innovation, the Hazelton Pumps On-Site Mechanical Seal Replacement System, for its Hippo slurry pump range used predominantly in mining. “The system is designed so that the client can replace the mechanical seals of the pump... 

SA Hippo in demand for US coal mines

1st February 2019 The HIPPO flameproof, medium/high voltage, submersible slurry pump manufactured by heavy-duty slurry pump manufacturer Hazelton Pumps is regarded as the world leader when pumping acidic liquids containing solids at high heads and high volumes and has been exported to the major mining countries.... 

HAZLETON PUMPS® gives ten reasons for purchasing HIPPO submersible slurry pumps®

20th November 2018 1  COMPETITIVE PRICE Being locally manufactured in South Africa HAZLETON PUMPS® has ensured that the most effective manufacturing processes are followed in the manufacture of the components and therefore will match any equivalent quotation on the condition that the submersible pump is used in... 
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