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Slurrysucker wins through in saltwater application

8th April 2020 A recent two-week trial on a mine on South Africa’s west coast has again proved the value of Integrated Pump Rental’s SlurrySucker dredging unit – even in saltwater and high-volume conditions. The mine was facing a real challenge with its main process water pond; it would fill with sediment... 

Dry installation of grindex pump at Iron-Ore mine

23rd March 2020 An iron ore mine in the Northern Cape is benefiting from the versatility of a Grindex Bravo 800 pump, which was recently dry-installed by Integrated Pump Technology for boosting slurry flow. According to Justin Bawden, key account manager at Integrated Pump Technology, the submersible Grindex... 

Environmental Protection A Bonus With IPR’s Slurrysucker®

25th February 2020 Slurry and dewatering pump specialist Integrated Pump Rental’s SlurrySucker® slurry removal solution can effectively ensure mine and industrial water contaminated sites do not negatively affect surrounding areas.   The need to incorporate environmental preservation techniques on site has become... 

High-head dewatering saved the day at Lesotho mine

13th September 2019 Normal mining operations continue at a Lesotho mine, thanks to the quick delivery by pump solution specialist Integrated Pump Rental of a rapid dewatering solution. 
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An African automotive industry is starting to emerge

The great African automotive story of this year will be Ghana, says Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) chairperson and MD Thomas Schäfer, who is also the president of the African Association of Automotive Manufacturers (AAAM). The AAAM, established in November 2015, focuses on the expansion of... 

Ramaphosa extends national lockdown till end of April, takes a pay cut

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday announced a two-week extension of South Africa's current national lockdown to slow the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak, warning that ending it too soon would see the disease "consume" the country. The lockdown, which was initially set to end at midnight on... 
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