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eDART And Afrivalve Join Forces To Supply Full Range Of Valves And Associated Equipment

31st March 2017 eDART, South Africa’s specialist slurry valve manufacturer and Afrivalve have joined forces in order to offer a greater range of valves suited to the mining, heavy industry, water and power industries. “We are better placed as a collective to service the valve requirements of these industries... 

Afrivalve Moves Into New And Expanded Premises

31st March 2017 Afrivalve, the specialist sales division of the eDART Group has moved into new, improved and expanded premises in February 2017. The continued growth in sales and extended range of valves supplied by Afrivalve, made the move into larger premises a necessity not only in terms of stock holding, but... 

Afrivalve Appointed As Official Distributor Of Gemü Valves For Mining Sector In Africa

31st March 2017 Afrivalve, part of the eDART Group of Companies, have further expanded their range to now offer the Gemü Valve and Control Systems range in the mining and metal refining sector in Africa. This further compliments the eDART Slurry Control Valves, C-Tech knife gate valves, Red Roc Pinch valves and... 

C-Tech – The Game Changer That Continues To Impress

31st March 2017 Afrivalve exceeded expectations with their robust C-Tech Knife Gate valve in 2016. The C-Tech Knife Gate valves, manufactured at eDART Surry Valve’s manufacturing facilities in Jet Park, Gauteng, range in sizes from DN100-DN800. The DN750 size has proved extremely popular, with Afrivalve... 
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Construction of M1 Oxford, Federation bridges to enter final phase

The Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) on Monday said construction upgrades on the M1 freeway’s Oxford and Federation bridges will enter the third and final phase in May. The R127-million project is 75% complete, with the majority of fill and stabilisation of underground conditions completed on the... 

LPG industry urged to act on non-binding market inquiry findings

South Africa’s Competition Commission has made far-reaching, yet non-binding, recommendations for dealing with prevailing “market distortions” in the domestic liquid petroleum gas (LPG) sector following its first-ever market inquiry, which took nearly three years to complete. The report... 
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