Civenex Success

Civenex Success
Aussie Pump’s Bruce Hulm with Power Equipment’s John Mason discuss the Yanmar powered Aussie Mine Spec trash pumps on display at Civenex.

Australian Pump Industries reported excellent results from the 2015 Civenex Show.  Held at Eastern Creek Raceway the exhibition was attended by civil engineers, earthmovers with local government work staff well represented.

Australian Pump ran both live 5,000 psi mobile steam cleaner demonstrations on the Allied Earthmovers site as well as having a large static display.  They reported the stand was busy all the time with particular interested being attracted by new products like the huge 90 kW Tsurumi submersible dewatering pump and their range of high pressure cleaners and drain cleaning Jetters.

“We got nothing but positive comments about our product and some great consumer ideas that will help us design even better products in the future,” said Aussie Pumps’ Bruce Hulm.

Australian Pump is focused on the construction machinery business in its design thinking.  The result is machines that are at home on construction, mining or in local government cleaning and pumping applications.  The company’s product range represents two decades of continuous research, innovation and development that has resulted in machines that out feature and outperform competitors from the US or Europe.

The company represents Tsurumi Pump, the world’s biggest manufacturer of electro submersible pumps.

“We showed a range of Tsurumi’s from .4 kW through to 90 kW just to show what this company can do,” said Hulm.  “Their annual production is 1.5 million submersibles putting them in a class all on their own for contracting or sewage or industrial waste water pumps. Innovative ideas come out of talking to clients at Civenex.  We got at least two great new ideas, from users, talking about their requirements, needs and on the job experiences. You can expect those new ideas to be applied by Aussie’s design team, with the result that Australian contractors and government engineers will all benefit with faster times, safer machines and reduced costs,” he said.

Australian Pumps’ Vanessa Kraay had an opportunity to introduce visitors to the Aussie Civil Contractor Club. The club is a forum that shares ideas, keeps contractors up to date with technical improvements and the latest OH & S issues as they relate to pumps, pressure cleaners and hydrostatic testers.   Members receive free service info, technical bulletins and a range of member support services.

“My role at Aussie Pumps is liaise with members, to make sure that they are getting the best in terms of service and support for our great quality products” she said.  “I loved the show and was surprised at the range and number of visitors to our stand.  Customer feedback was terrific and I met some real characters” Vanessa said.

Australian Pump works closely with the Allied Earthmovers Association and with their assistance was able to demonstrate the 5,000 psi diesel powered, trailer mounted Hydrotek.

Further information on the Aussie Civil Contractor Club is available from Vanessa Kraay . Call Australian Pump Industries on 02 8865 3500.

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