Integrated Pump Technology News

Integrated Pump Technology now exclusive Godwin pump distributor in Zambia/DRC

4th December 2023

South Africa based, Integrated Pump Technology has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for Godwin diesel driven dewatering pumps in Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).... 

Grindex Bravo pumps tackles tough slurry challenges head-on

16th November 2023

Pumping slurry is a demanding task for any pump due to the abrasive nature of the materials involved. The wear and tear on pump components can result in high maintenance and repair costs, leading... 

Grindex’s Magnum pump offers unparalleled heavy-duty drainage capability

19th October 2023

In the two decades since its launch, Grindex’s Magnum pump has emerged as the first choice for heavy-duty drainage tasks across a myriad of applications in the construction, mining and quarrying... 

Right pumps will mitigate mines' rainy season risks

28th September 2023

During the drier months of the year, it is easy to forget that the pumping equipment at mining sites or process plants might not be up to the demands that the rainy season brings. In fact, 90% of... 

Company secures order for power plant

15th September 2023

Pumps supplier Integrated Pump Technology recently secured an order for three Faggiolati stainless steel submersible pumps for a major coal-fired power station, in Mpumalanga. The procurement... 

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Wolfsberg now Nasdaq-listed Critical Metals’ flagship asset

Updated 15 minutes ago

ASX-listed European Lithium has completed its business combination with Sizzle Acquisition to form Critical Metals, which started trading in the US earlier this week. The Wolfsberg lithium... 

A$30m in commitments for Ora Banda’s Davyhurst

Updated 31 minutes ago

ASX-listed Ora Banda has received commitments for a A$30-million capital raise to advance its Davyhurt project, in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields region. The company received commitments... 

New US sanctions more likely to curb Indian imports of Russian coal, traders say

Updated 1 hour 3 minutes ago

New US sanctions on Moscow are more likely than previous ones to cut Indian imports of thermal coal from Russia because they specifically cite top exporters SUEK and Mechel, three major traders of... 

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