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Regular desilting vital for mine ponds

29th January 2021 Ensuring sufficient water storage capacity in mines’ process ponds is crucial for the optimal functioning of mineral treatment plants, and this means regular desilting must be conducted. This is according to Lee Vine, managing director of Integrated Pump Rental, whose company is frequently called... 

Non-stop dewatering under all conditions with Sykes

9th December 2020 Reliable dewatering underpins the success of projects from construction and mining to municipal works and flood recovery, and this is where Sykes pumps have earned their formidable reputation. “The Sykes range of dewatering pumps are known for fast and effective control and removal of everything... 

Trash pumps ideal for dirty water with large solids

19th October 2020 Dewatering activities on large construction and infrastructure project sites is not always a simple task. In fact, pumping dirty water containing large amounts of debris calls for a ‘trash pump’, according to Henru Strydom, operations manager at Integrated Pump Rental. “Contractors often find... 

Make sure all pumps add to efficiency, urges expert

12th August 2020 Pump users need to make the most of their operational inventory, even pumps that may be considered redundant. Pump expert Lee Vine, managing director of specialist companies Integrated Pump Technology and Integrated Pump Rental, says all industries can benefit from improved pump efficiencies.... 
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11 apprehended for torching Limpopo mine offices

Eleven people have appeared in court following an attack at the Palabora Mining Company in Phalaborwa, Limpopo. They were apprehended on Friday night following violent protests in the area, police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said. 

ASM eyes Korean plant start in 2022

A scoping study by ASX-listed Australian Strategic Materials (ASM) into an initial 5 200 t/y metals plant in Korea, has demonstrated the feasibility for the project. The company is hoping to independently produce key critical metals, focusing on rare earths, titanium and zirconium metals,... 
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