IMS Engineering, part of Hazemag Group, was founded in 1949 in South Africa and provides crushing solutions from concept to design, through to end of plant. Its key to success has been its focus on end product requirements and use of its process and engineering expertise for each application, including crushing, briquetting and compaction, separation and sorting, feeders, drying, recycling and tube-cleaning systems.
In addition to having access to the full range of Hazemag products, IMS has distribution agreements with many of the world’s leading comminution and separation technology providers including Kawasaki (Primary and Secondary Gyratory Crushers, Cone Crushers, Jaw Crushers and specialised Horizontal Ball and Rod Mills), Koeppern (HPGR and Briquetting equipment), Taprogge (Steam Tube Cleaning System), Steinert (Traditional Magnetic Separators, Sensor Sorting machines), and more recently allmineral (Jigging machines, Fluidized Bed Separators, Air Pulsed Jigging Machines and Magnetic Separators).
IMS has completed more than 600 installations in the mining and minerals processing, construction materials (aggregates, sand, clay, and limestone) and recycling (concrete, rubble and scrap metal) segments. The company has installations in Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, a recently established branch in Cameroon and expansion plans for East, West and Central Africa.