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    ENDORSED By SAPMA (South African Pump Manufacturers Association) and VAMCOSA (The Valve and Actuator Manufacturers Cluster of South Africa)

    Q 1 -2016

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    flow control solutions

    for more than



    Pumps | Valves | Hydro Turbines | Turnkey Projects

    Water Resource Management | Irrigation | Power | Industry | Oil & Gas | Marine & Defence | Building & Construction| | Distribution (Small

    Pumps) | Valves | Customer Service & Spares


    A Kirloskar Group Company

    Corner of Horn & Brine Street, Chloorkop - Kempton Park, Gauteng, 1620, South Africa

    Tel : +27 (0) 11 393 2841, +27 (0) 11 393 7177/81/82 Fax : +27 (0)11 421 6793, sales@braybarpumps.co.za

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    DisclaimerOpinions in this Publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of this publication, its editorial board, its editor or its Publishers SAPMA. or VAMCOSA The mention of specific products in articles and advertisements does not imply that they are endorsed or recommended by this Publication or its publishers in preference to others of a similar nature, which are not mentioned or advertised. Reliance on any information contained in this journal is at your own risk. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of editorial board makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to the correctness or suitability contained and/or the products advertised in this publication. The Publisher shall not be liable for any damages or loss, howsoever arising, incurred by readers of this publication or any other person/s. The Publisher disclaims all responsibility and liability for any damages, includes pure economic loss and any consequential damages, resulting from the use of services or products advertised in this publication. Readers of this publication indemnify and hold harmless the publisher, its officers, employees, and servants for any demand action, application or other proceedings made by any third party and arising out or in connection with

    the use of any services and/or products or the reliance on any information contained in this publication.


    Pumps & Valves AfricaSales Manager: Helen Benetts Tel: (011) 047-2400Cell: 083 281 5761Email: info@pumpsandvalves.co.zawww.pumpsandvalves.co.zaProduction: Jackie NeneContributors: Ronel Kotze, Tony Stone

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    ENDORSED By SAPMA (South African Pump Manufacturers Association) and VAMCOSA (The Valve and Actuator Manufacturers Cluster of South Africa)

    Q 1 -2016

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    From The Chairmans Desk A Grundfos Pump Audit evaluates pump efficiency and the potential for saving energy at a site. A Pump

    Audit results in an overview of pump performance and suggestions for improvement.

    Lorraine Smart





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    Pumps are among the industrialised worlds biggest energy consumers, responsible for 10% of global electrical energy use. At the same time, most pumps waste energy due to incorrect sizing, lack of intelli-gent control, operation in an inefficient duty point or out-dated technology.

    Pump Audits are one of our initiatives to help companies seize massive energy-saving opportunities, says Michael Laustsen, Application Manager at Grundfos.

    Onsite and in-depthDuring a Pump Audit a Grundfos sales and service engineer work in close cooperation with the pump operator.

    The audit involves an onsite inspection, measurement and diagnosis of the pumps installed. The sales engineer produc-es a report after the data is analysed. Among other factors, the report shows current annual energy consumption of the pumps along with a forecast of savings and payback time for any recommended new pumps and their control systems, explains Michael Laustsen.

    Save up to 60 percent Pump audits have produced tangible results for all types of customers. Many types of industries and water supply com-panies have cut their energy consumption by 40-60%. Their new pumps pay for themselves in little time.

    German brewery Pfungstdter reduced its pump oper-ating costs by nearly two-thirds after a Grundfos Pump Audit revealed inefficiencies in its process cooling pumps. Hansol Paper, the biggest paper manufacturer in Korea, cut its annual pump operation costs by 40%. And Unilever Ice Cream UK has saved between 20-40% in operational costs

    after replacing its supply system pumps; payback time for the changeover ranged between three and 12 months, says Michael Laustsen.

    Any companies or individuals who wish to join SAMPA can contact either SAPMA or SEIFSA lsmart@grundfos.com or theresa@seifsa.co.zawww.grundfos.com

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    From The Chairmans Desk Introduction to VAMCOSA

    The Valve and Actuator Manufacturers Cluster of South Africa (VAMCOSA) was formed in July 2011 and works within the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) designated cluster parameters. VAMCOSAs focus is to bring local valve and actuator manufacturers together in order to create a common focus and goal for the respective industries. VAMCOSA provides an effective platform for its members to Lobby Government through designated channels of the dti and operates under the auspices of the South African Capital Equipment Export Council

    (SACEEC) with regard to industry specific concerns.

    Procurement of locally manufactured valves and actuators strengthenedThe Valve and Actuator Manufacturers Cluster of South Afri-ca (VAMCOSA) is pleased to announce that on 11 February 2016, National Treasury published the updated Instruction Note stipulating the minimum threshold for local produc-tion and content for valve products and actuators.

    The updated Instruction Note provides clarity on topics such as how local content should be calculated and what constitutes local content, whilst at the same time provides

    some protection for major suppliers such as foundries, forge shops, and steel/stainless steel suppliers.

    Clarification regarding how the 70% local content is made up includes the use of locally produced and certified cast-ings, forging and fabrication as well as verifiable manufac-turing activities such as machining, drilling, coating, assem-bly and testing.

    Further, the averaging-out of local content either across any number of valves and gearboxes / actuator combinations or locally made and imported valves or other items is not permitted. Each individual valve, manual actuator or pneu-matic actuator is subject to the minimum 70% local content threshold.

    In addition, the valve type list has been updated to include the also known as names of valves. For example a check valve is also known as a non-return valve or reflux valve or tilting disk valve and so on. This to curb the number of state-owned-entities, departments, including municipalities as well as contractors working with state-spend, assuming that by changing the name of the valve in the tender or request for information process, that designation does not apply.

    To find out more about

    VAMCOSA :Mark Wilson current Cluster Champion 082 892 5719, www.vamcosa.co.za

    Mark Wilson





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