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BMG hydraulic solutions for all sectors in KZN

June 2021 News

BMG’s Regional Service Centre (RSC) in Riverhorse Valley, KwaZulu-Natal, plays a critical role in the province by providing engineering solutions, including hydraulics and pneumatics services, designed to optimise productivity for all customers.

“The consolidation of BMG’s KwaZulu-Natal workshop facilities and field services into a centralised hub about five years ago, has significantly enhanced the company’s service throughout the region,” says Keith van Wyk, BMG’s RSC manager, KZN. “Our dedicated service centre which focuses on core KZN divisions, operates closely with 11 dedicated BMG KZN branches, to meet every customer’s specific requirements.

“Our specialist service centre, with assembly, repair, maintenance and support operations, offers a combined technical expertise and value-added product solutions. Benefits for customers include improved service, repair and delivery efficiencies, centralised technical support and easy accessibility to a comprehensive range of quality branded engineering components. BMG is able to assist with design, manufacture and assembly of all hydraulic and pneumatic systems, whether it is for a workshop improvement or an hydraulic system for an entire new plant.”

BMG follows stringent ISO-accredited procedures to ensure the integrity of every hydraulic system. Each repaired component is assessed by the company’s testing facility and certificates are issued as assurance that equipment has passed the strictest performance standards.

These products include variable and fixed displacement pumps, industrial and mobile valves, low and high-speed motors, as well as cylinders and accumulators.

A critical element in any hydraulic system is contamination control. BMG’s systemic approach to fluid analysis emphasises the benefits of a system that is maintained through the use of high-quality filtration equipment, coupled with a regular sampling and testing programme. An efficient fluid analysis service ensures improved performance, extended life of components and reduced maintenance costs.

The company’s service to the hydraulics sector also includes a mobile workshop that is fitted with tools, equipment and quality branded spares, to be able to efficiently perform functions like troubleshooting, on-site repairs, installations, commissioning and system flushing. This service also incorporates on-site fluid analysis and hose and pipe assembly.

An important area of growth for BMG is in the sugar industry. The RSC’s specialist services to the sugar sector include bearing and gearbox inspection, bearing and chain refurbishment, large size bearing assembly and alignment and balancing, as well as customised product design.

For more information contact Keith van Wyk, BMG, +27 31 534 4827, keithvw@bmgworld.net, www.bmgworld.net


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