Werner Pumps’ combination jetting and vacuum units were recently featured in an article in Engineering News, outlining the value of of equipment that can perform
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SA’s first combination, bakkie-mounted high-pressure jetting and vacuuming vehicle
Sewerage cleaning operations can become expensive, time consuming and labour intensive for operators if they need to use multiple vehicles for sucking and jetting. On the back of its immense experience building custom, specialist high-pressure jetting equipment in South Africa, Werner South Africa Pumps & Equipment (Pty) Ltd is introducing the first bakkie-mounted vehicle in South Africa that has the combined ability to perform suction and jetting. Werner Pumps has become an agent in South Africa for French company Baroclean and is making Baroclean’s Rapid Response Vehicle available to the local market.
Werner Pumps will be exhibiting its specialist high-pressure jetting equipment at stand OS.03 at IFAT Africa trade fair for water, sewage, refuse and recycling from 9 to 11 July at Gallagher Convention Centre. Visit them in the outdoor area exiting Hall 5.
All Units are 100% South African Manufactured
Werner Pumps manufactures and supplies High Pressure Jetting Units from 2.2 kW Electric Power Packs to 12-cylinder diesel Powered units mounted either on trucks or trailers. Sourced imported components or spares are either converted and/or adapted when required to cope and operate within the extreme and demanding unique local “African” conditions.
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Two new 100% locally manufactured truck-mounted jetting units built by Werner South Africa Pumps & Equipment (Pty) Ltd will assist the East Rand Water Care
Werner Pumps already acting on Ramaphosa’s call to manufacture locally with new recycling jetting trucks
In his 2019 State of the Nation Address (SONA), President Cyril Ramaphosa underscored the need to manufacture locally and for South Africans to buy locally
Sewerage cleaning operations can become expensive, time consuming and labour intensive for operators if they need to use multiple vehicles for sucking and jetting. On