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KEW Supplies Gear Wheels To Baldmin

KEW Foundries has successfully supplied its first SG Iron 4205mm Helical Gear Wheel to Baldmin Engineering Works who in turn have machined and delivered it to the Mopani Copper Mines in Zambia. Presently being machined at Baldmin’s site is 1 x 4990mm Girth Gear Wheel and 2 x 3692mm Spur Gear Wheels, also supplied by KEW, scheduled for delivery later this year.
September 2008

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KEW Foundries Finds Success With Development Of Largest Sheave Wheel

KEW Foundries, Africa’s only manufacturer of large cast safety critical headgear sheave wheels, has developed its largest sheave wheel to date. The company has designed and begun manufacturing a 21,5 foot (6,5 metre diameter) sheave wheel for use as part of a cluster arrangement.
August 2008

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KEW Supplies Sheave Wheels For Impala Shaft

KEW Foundries, previously known as Kimberley Engineering Works (KEW) is one of South Africa’s oldest foundry and engineering works. It was recently awarded a R10-million contract for the supply of 47 sheave wheels to be used during the sinking process of the Main, Vent and Refrigeration Shafts at Impala Platinum 17 shaft.
June 2008

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KEW Cameron Pumps Successfully Delivered

KEW Foundries – one of the only companies that produce the Cameron Pump – successfully supplied 26 pumps to Johannesburg-based ROSOND, comprising primarily of air motor pumps, and in a separate order, delivered two smaller pumps for use on the Impala 17 shaft.
May 2008

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KEW Foundries Supplies Large Castings To Gunric Valves

KEW Foundries has completed a deal with Gunric Valves for the supply of body and disc castings for a large order of valves destined for Saudi Arabia. Previously known as Kimberley Engineering Works (KEW), KEW Foundries is South Africa’s oldest foundry and engineering works.
January 2008

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Kimberley Engineering Works MBO Spurs Image Update

Following a management buy-out in 2007, Kimberley Engineering Works (KEW) has announced that it is updating its corporate image. In addition to a logo change, the well-established foundry is now trading as KEW Foundries.
January 2008

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