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Afrivalve Expands C-Tech Knife Gate Valve Range

14th July 2017 Afrivalve, the sales division of specialist valve manufacturer eDART Slurry Valves based in Johannesburg, recently delivered DN800 C-Tech valves to a customer in Africa for use on a mineral processing plant.   Due to the recent expansion in factory facilities, Afrivalve now manufacture up to... 

Red Roc Hi-Lift Pinch Valves Offer Unique Inline Rubber Sleeve Changing Without Needing Lifting Equipment

15th June 2017 Afrivalve, a division of eDART Slurry Valves, now offers a simple patented design of the Red Roc Hi-Lift pinch valve allows for inline changing of the rubber sleeve, without the use of lifting equipment and has been granted a patent number 2017/02223.   This unique and innovative feature offers a... 

New facilities to manufacture actuators and valves

5th May 2017 Valve producer Afrivalve has expanded its facilities to Randburg where it will manufacture its C-Tech knife gate valves (KGV), RedRoc pinch valves and pneumatic and hydraulic actuators. 

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... 
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New association launched to support emerging truck operators

The newly launched Emerging Truckers Association of South Africa (Tasa) aims to assist in meaningfully transforming the local truck and freight industry, with a long-term view of ensuring work for women and black truck owners and operators. This is according to Tasa convener Mary Phadi, who was... 

With drought threatening food security, farmers turn to drip irrigation

With the recent drought in Southern Africa compounding the unpredictable impact of climate change on food production, local farmers are converting to drip irrigation in an attempt to conserve water, using less to produce more, according to Crookes Brother’s Limited (CBL) MD Guy Clarke. During a... 
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