Tsurumi Pumps Africa (Pty) Ltd has been marketing and selling Tsurumi submersible pumps in South Africa for more than 25 years.
We create expert solutions to our customers' fluid moving problems by supplying the best quality submersible pumps for mining, construction, sewerage and heavy duty slurry applications.
We pride ourselves in being able to also supply submersible pumps for the mineral processing industry and a full range of dredgers and ancillary equipment.
We are proud to announce that, apart from our existing Dragflow business, we have now also acquired the business rights to the whole of Africa from our principle, Tsurumi Manufacturing Japan.
Our Japanese Principle, Tsurumi Manufacturing Co. Ltd in Japan can trace their beginning back 90 years ago, when they provided vertical irrigation pumps to a farming village suffering from harsh conditions. They started manufacturing pumps in 1924 and is today one of the leading manufacturers of Submersible Pumps and related equipment with over 24 subsidiaries and distributors throughout the world.
With a total floor space of 26 766 sq meters situated on a lot of 42 380 sq meters, Tsurumi's Kyoto plant has an annual production capacity of 1 million units and can manufacture compact, super-large and special-purpose pumps.Small-lot, multiple-model production ensures flexible operation, and all processes are centrally managed by computer. A super-large testing tank and experimental tower enable the plant to conduct operational tests for pumps with discharge diameters of up to 3,000 mm.
They continue to honour their corporate philosophy of 'being water- and people-friendly'.
Our internationally recognised Italian Principle, Dragflow S.r.l., was born at the end of the 1980's as a manufacturer of heavy duty submersible agitator pumps specifically designed for handling slurries with a high content of abrasive solids. They have fast become the world leader in slurry pump technology.
Tsurumi Pumps Africa (Pty) Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary company of AVENG Manufacturing DFC (Dynamic Fluid Control) in South Africa.