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Dart valves, samplers enhance mineral processing plant efficiency

10th November 2017 Boksburg-based slurry equipment manufacturer eDART’s dual valves and poppet samplers continue to offer high-quality level control at South African miner Northam Platinum’s Booysendal plant near Lydenburg, Mpumalanga. eDART slurry valves director Richard Rule says when Booysendal was originally... 

How Long Does It Take To Change The Sleeve In A 350nb Pn25 Pinch Valve? - One Hour Twenty Minutes

7th November 2017 The standard practice for replacing a sleeve in any pinch valve is to remove the valve from the line which requires the use of a crane for all but the smallest valves. The valve is then stripped – the sleeve replaced – and the valve rebuilt. It is then reinstalled in the line – a process that can... 

eDART Dart Valves And Process Control Samplers Enhance Plant Efficiency At Booysendal Plant

17th October 2017 eDART dual valves and poppet samplers continue to offer exceptional level control at Northam’s Booysendal plant near Lydenburg, Mpumalanga.    eDART Slurry Valves Director, Richard Rule commented “When Booysendal was originally built in 2010, we supplied dual dart valves and poppet samplers, and... 

Afrivalve Expands C-Tech Knife Gate Valve Range

14th July 2017 Afrivalve, the sales division of specialist valve manufacturer eDART Slurry Valves based in Johannesburg, recently delivered DN800 C-Tech valves to a customer in Africa for use on a mineral processing plant.   Due to the recent expansion in factory facilities, Afrivalve now manufacture up to... 
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NUM postpones planned coal sector strike

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) will postpone its planned strike in the coal sector, as some coal companies have decided to table new offers to NUM members. The union on Friday said the coal companies would present the new wage offers on Monday, after which the union would decide to... 

TNPA launches uMkhomazi tug

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) on Friday launched its penultimate tug as part of its R1.4-billion, nine-tug construction contract. The uMkhomazi tug, which means “place of cow whales” in Zulu, will serve at the Port of Durban. The moniker was given by the Zulus in reference to large... 
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