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Dewatering pump specialist expands to new premises

Home Engineering Pumps, Valves, Hydraulics, Pneumatics Dewatering pump specialist expands to new premises

HAVING grown into a leading force in dewatering pump rental and sales, IPR has expanded into new premises that can accommodate future growth.

Formerly known as Integrated Pump Rental, IPR is now located in Hughes, Jet Park, with an expanding fleet of pumps and a wide brand offering. IPR managing director Lee Vine says the move is another step in the company’s ongoing success in meeting customers’ dewatering and dredging needs across a range of sectors.

“We are excited to be in larger premises that allow us to keep abreast of market demand,” says Vine. “As IPR’s rental focus has evolved to include pump sales, this has also contributed to the need for more extensive infrastructure.”

He highlights that the new premises include sales offices, a design and engineering department and a fully functional assembly and build facility. There is also a dedicated servicing and repair shop, and parts warehousing with all fast-moving consumables plus other wear items. A testing facility is available for diesel-driven and submersible pumps.

The new workshop includes a 10-tonne overhead gantry crane to facilitate the movement of heavy equipment.

“The expansion into these premises has also been driven by our larger brand offering,” he says.

“This has recently grown further with our appointment as master distributor of Atlas Copco dewatering pumps in the Southern African region.”

The company’s success to date has been based on its focus on quality brands, backing these up with an expert team that delivers the highest standards of service excellence. IPR has also developed solutions locally that have garnered a strong following in the market.

These include the SlurrySucker and SlurryBlaster for dredging and hydromining applications – specially designed for removing silt from ponds and accumulated sediments inside dams.

“Our vision remains to become the leading pump dewatering and dredging specialist, and our move into these large and well-equipped premises is another positive development in that direction,” says Vine.

“With our combined sales and rental offerings, we are committed to helping customers reduce their total cost of ownership – by offering a solution that suits their situation.”

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