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Valves News

Positive growth for company despite current economic downturn

By: Beth Shirley     8th May 2009 Valve manufacturer United Valve Company (UVC), the black economic empowerment sales and marketing division of valves company Ainsworth Engineering, has developed a rubber-lined resilient seal valve known as the Green Mamba. This valve is designed to handle abrasive fluids, such as slurries and... 

International valve company grows its local presence

By: Loni Prinsloo     7th November 2008 Valves, measurement and control systems company Gemu has decided to increase its presence in South Africa by opening its own office in Johannesburg. 

Manufacturer releases new knife gate valve

By: Loni Prinsloo     7th November 2008 Valve manufacturer TAP Engineering released its first own-designed and manufactured knife-gate valve at the Electra Mining Africa exhibition in September this year. 

New range fires up company offering

By: Loni Prinsloo     7th November 2008 A division of distribution company Energy Engineered Products, Energy Valves, has released its latest fire safe valve range over the past year. 

Valve supplier undergoes a philosophy change

By: Loni Prinsloo     7th November 2008 Valve specialist company Omsa Valves and Instrumentation states that it has moved away from the supplying of valves and instrumentation, to the philosophy of offering a total process solution (TPS) which includes a wider range of valves, as well as instrumentation and communication systems. 

Process technology supplier increases service offering

     7th November 2008 Industrial process technologies supplier Alfa Laval is growing its services to valve industries by acquiring four new distributors in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth and Durban over the past six months.  

Slowing valve industry mirrors econmic trends

By: Loni Prinsloo     7th November 2008 The South African Valve and Actuator Manufacturer's Association (Savama) predicts that the valve industry may experience a slight downturn corresponding with the current economic climate. 

PSV says infrastructure spend will help it withstand tougher times

By: Chanel de Bruyn     4th November 2008 Industrial products supplier PSV Holdings said on Tuesday that it continued to see solid demand for its products and services and that its leverage to the South African infrastructure market positioned it for continued growth despite the tougher economic climate. The company, led by CEO Abie da... 

Revamped engineered-products distributor eyes prospects in Australasia and South America

By: Terence Creamer     26th September 2008 The recently re-branded Bearing Man Group, now BMG, is considering ways to globalise its successful industrial-component sourcing and distribution model, and is eyeing, in particular, entry into the resources-heavy markets of South America and Australasia.  

New design produces robust liquid drainer

     1st August 2008 Control and instrumentation company Spirax Sarco says design improvements to its liquid drainer have resulted in a robust liquid drainer, suited for the rigorous environment of any air or gas system. 

PSV in talks to buy specialised-engineering firm

By: Matthew Hill     20th May 2008 Industrial engineering firm PSV Holdings hoped to conclude an acquisition in the "next month or so", and was in early talks for further buyouts, CEO Abie da Silva said on Tuesday. However, he stressed that the group was very selective in this regard, and potential takeovers needed to... 

PSV more than doubles FY profit

By: Matthew Hill     19th May 2008 Industrial engineering company PSV Holdings on Monday reported a profit for the year ended February 29, of R28,4-million, which was more than double the previous year’s figure of R14,1-million. 

PSV sees improved full-year earnings

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th May 2008 AltX-listed pump and valve supplier PSV Holdings on Friday said its headline earnings a share for the year ended February 29, could increase by between 5% and 10%. The supplier also said that basic earnings a share could go up by between 80% and 90%, while core earnings a share would rise by 15%... 

Local manufacturer exports 80% of products

By: Chanel de Bruyn     9th May 2008 Local valve designer and manufacturer, Dual Products International, reports that it now exports 80% of its products to a number of countries across the world. 

Local company designs valve control units for irrigation applications

By: Chanel de Bruyn     9th May 2008 Local designer, developer and supplier of wireless control systems for the irrigation industry, Remconix, now offer two new valve control units (VCUs) as part of its range of products. 

New valve range to serve broader range of industries

     9th May 2008 Manufacturer and supplier of valves for the water industry in Southern Africa, Premier Valves, has increased its range of valves and has moved away from being a supplier only to the water industry, to supplying a range of valves for all industries, including water, mining, petrochemical, power... 

Process control equipment manufacturer opens regional office

By: Chanel de Bruyn     9th May 2008 International process control instrumentation and process automation solutions provider, Emerson Process Management, which also supplies control valves and valve-related instrumentation, has opened a regional office in South Africa to offer additional support to its customers and business... 

Acquisition expands valve manufacturer offering

     9th May 2008 South African valve manufacturer and exporter of air release and slurry valves worldwide, Dynamic Fluid Control (DFC), has bought knife-gate valve manufacturer, Insamcor. 

Valves specialist launches new electrical position indicator

     9th May 2008 Specialist in high-precision valves and instrumentation for the industrial mining and process sectors, Omsa Valves & Instrumentation, has launched the new GEMÜ 1235 electrical position indicator, which offers a solution for linear pneumatic process valves of all makes, types and sizes. 

New proportional valve hits SA market

     9th May 2008 Automation and control solutions provider, Festo, has launched a new proportional valve, the VPPM, onto the South African market. 

US manufacturer expands piston air-operated valves line

     9th May 2008 US provider of components and systems for elevated pressure applications, the High Pressure Equipment Company, which is distributed locally by provider of electrical, mechanical, process measurement, process control and valve automation technology, Variable Process Solutions, has added to its... 

Electrically actuated valves offer accurate fluid control

     9th May 2008 Service and equipment provider for the control and efficient use of steam and other industrial fluids, Spirax Sarco, has launched its range of three-port QL valves with electric actuators, which provides a range of products for the control of water, oils and other industrial fluids used in... 

New valve applied to slithering slurry

By: Chanel de Bruyn     9th May 2008 Black economic-empowerment (BEE) valve sales and marketing company, United Valve Company (UVC), which is affiliated with valve manufacturer, Ainsworth Engineering, has launched a new green rubber-lined valve, called the Green Mamba, exclusively used for slurries. 

New valve range for water industry launched

By: Chanel de Bruyn     9th May 2008 Local manufacturer of geomet knife-gate valves, Dasher, which is a subsidiary of pumps and valves supplier group PSV Holdings, is introducing two new knife-gate valves for water and slurry applications. 

Valve specialist expand fire protection valve range

By: Loni Prinsloo     4th April 2008 Industrial valves, control valves, control systems and instrumentation supplier Inbal South Africa has extended its range of fire protection valves. 

Opportunity for South African suppliers beyond R1-trillion SA market 

By: Terence Creamer     30th November 2007 The winner of the largest-ever single contract in South Africa’s history has promised and contracted to make serious efforts to integrate the local supplier community into its domestic and global supplier networks. 

Rare Holdings profit up 43%

     5th September 2007 Pipe and related products manufacturer, distributor and fluid conveyance specialist Rare Holdings lifted operating profit for the 12 months ended June 30 by 43%, to R26-million, the company reported on Wednesday. 

New line blind valve reduces down time

     11th May 2007 Positive pipeline close-off is vital in many piping systems to assure the safety of personnel working on downstream equipment, particularly when flammable or toxic liquids or gasses could seep past a closure provided by in-line equipment such as gate or globe valves. 

Local valve boasts ‘ahead-of-plan’ sales

     11th May 2007 Africa’s largest valve manufacturer Dynamic Fluid Control (DFC) has reported “ahead-of-plan” sales of the Hawle E2 resilient seated gate valve since the local launch of the product one year ago. 

Hydraulic products offer efficiency and precision

     11th May 2007 South African company Becker Engineering’s Simplex hydraulic and mechanical products include a new series of Uni-Lift linear actuators that provide smooth, efficient operation and precise positioning of equipment in diverse industries. 

Positioner keeps smart control of processes

By: Shannon de Ryhove     11th May 2007 Control company Spirax Sarco’s new SP2 smart positioner (SP2) is a control instrument responsible for translating an input signal supplied by a monitoring device installed in a process, and translating this to the movement of a valve or other device, Spirax Sarco marketing manager Bobbie... 

Indian companies to launch new valve products at local expo

     11th May 2007 Amongst the numerous overseas exhibitors attending this years Pumps, Valves & Pipes Expo at Gallagher Estate in June, are three Indian valve manufacturing companies. 

Durban valve maker moves to greener pastures

     11th May 2007 The Durban branch of valve manufacturer Dynamic Fluid Control (DFC) has moved to Riverhorse Industrial Park, to a new building designed to accommodate additional staff and the increased stock holdings needed to manage projected growth. 

Local company announces new addition to product range

     11th May 2007 Local valve distributor Glenvalve has announced the addition of the Glen wafer butterfly valve to its extensive range of products. The wafer butterfly valve is used in numerous applications and is ideal for use with flanged piping. 

Isolation valve reduces contamination risk

     11th May 2007 Fluid control technology company Norgren’s isolation valves are designed for the most aggressive of fluids and are trusted the world over by the medical sector. 

Digital module controls valves

     11th May 2007 Advantech’s ADAM-6052 is a 16-channel source type digital input/output module. With eight digital inputs, and eight source type digital outputs, the ADAM-6052 is aimed at meeting the demands for simpler control system architectures. 

Safety valves meet the needs of steam, gas and liquid market

By: Shannon de Ryhove     11th May 2007 The Spirax Sarco safety valve protects against excess pressure across a broad spectrum of industrial processes. 

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