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Weir Minerals is committed to delivering market-leading products and services. Our whole project, whole process solutions are designed to meet both the technical and commercial challenges of customers operating within the global mining and minerals processing industry. Weir Minerals delivers end-to-end solutions for all mining, transportation, milling, processing and waste management activities. We are specialists in delivering and supporting a wide range of slurry equipment solutions, including pumps, valves, hydrocyclones, wear-resistant linings and de-watering products.

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Why Verderflex hoses outlast competitor hoses.

     16th January 2018 Why do some hose pumps have short hose life and what unique features does Verderflex have that offer extended hose life beyond that of our competitors? Hoses fail for one main reason: fatigue.  “Although there can be many reasons for a hose to failure, fatigue is one of the main seasons. Speed,... 

Why Verderflex hoses outlast competitor hoses.

     15th January 2018 Why do some hose pumps have short hose life and what unique features does Verderflex have that offer extended hose life beyond that of our competitors? Hoses fail for one main reason: fatigue.  “Although there can be many reasons for a hose to failure, fatigue is one of the main seasons. Speed,... 

WISP, Sarebi embark on Western Cape waste recycling programme

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th January 2018 The Western Cape Industrial Symbiosis Programme (WISP) is recruiting candidates for an enterprise development programme that will result in the establishment of businesses in the province to make use of certain waste streams to create new products. Through the programme, WISP aims to divert waste... 

Protestor killed during community uprising at RBPlat’s North shaft

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     11th January 2018 Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) on Thursday said a person was killed after a group of more than 100 protestors – including former employees and unknown persons – attempted to gain unlawful access to the shaft premises at its North Shaft, near Rustenburg, on Wednesday evening. The premises were... 

IHS Materials Price Index buoyant on strong commodity rally

By: Henry Lazenby     15th December 2017 The materials price index (MPI) from Global Insight by IHS Markit has gained a strong 1.3% last week, hitting its highest level since late 2014 the company reported on Thursday. Three categories led gains, including ferrous metals, rubber and freight, all of which posted large jumps, according to... 

TPT unveils locally assembled diesel-electric straddle carriers

By: Shirley le Guern     12th December 2017 State-owned freight transport company Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) on Tuesday unveiled 23 locally assembled diesel-electric straddle carriers at the Durban Container Terminal Pier 2, marking an important milestone in fostering local procurement and laying the foundation to supply cargo handling... 

Wada Group -- key of slurry Pump aftermarket

     11th December 2017 Wada Group, a major manufacturer and service provider that delivers ideal alternative pump solutions for the mineral processing and mining industries, specialises in mineral processing equipment, providing slurry pumps, as well as rubber, metal wear parts and other spares. Wada not only services... 

Energy efficient transformers reduce financial and environmental costs

     8th December 2017 Electrical solutions supplier Legrand last month introduced its upgraded range of cast resin transformers, which offer advanced environment-friendly features that enable the products to meet the requirements of the new European standard for distribution transformers (EN50541-1) and ensure the... 

‘Mining’ the most out of OTR tyres with NitraLife’s nitrogen filling: improved safety, better inflation and less ‘hot air’

     24th November 2017 Today, in the mining industry, safety standards are more stringent than ever. Should a mine experience an incident, which results in an injury or even a fatality, the subsequent legal consequences and financial penalties can be severe. A potential risk in open-pit mines concerns the ultra-large... 

IHS Materials Price Index falls for third time in 5 weeks

By: Henry Lazenby     10th November 2017 The materials price index (MPI) from Global Insight by IHS Markit fell by 0.4% last week, its third decline in the past five weeks. While the decline was relatively modest, it was broadly based, with eight of ten sub-indexes falling – the first time since June that a majority of the MPI's... 

Company offers valve solutions for abrasive, slurry applications

     10th November 2017 ARVALV through-port knife-gate valves have long been the product of choice for challenging abrasive and scaling applications at plants and facilities where extended service life is a must, states valve and instrumentation supplier AR Controls. The ARVALV range is manufactured, stocked, and... 

Company expands fluid technology services

     10th November 2017 Industrial product supplier Bearing Man Group’s (BMG’s) strategy to enhance its fluid technology services to meet growing market demand, encompasses the introduction of new products, with the latest developments in design technologies, materials and coatings. The company’s extensive range of... 

New course for employees to launch in 2018

By: Nadine James     10th November 2017 Germiston-based valves company Invincible Valves has established a bursary competition for schools within its community, scheduled to be launched in January next year. The competition will be open to matric students taking mathematics and science as subjects, and who have an interest in... 

South African manufacturing declines, but could recuperate in new year

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     9th November 2017 Difficult trading conditions in the country are reflected in Statistics South Africa’s latest manufacturing numbers, with production having decreased by 1.6% year-on-year in September. However, Nedbank analysts said in a release that the latest set of production figures suggests that the economic... 

First Cut and Julia’s new Iron Lady circular saw blade – a ‘steely’ cutting-edge solution for the lowest cost-per-cut

     30th October 2017 At First Cut, customer service excellence is the underpinning operational ethos. As part of this, the company’s consumables division recently hosted a technical visit by Luca Dreossi, Sales and Technical Support: Julia Utensili S.p.A., one of First Cut’s European principals. First Cut is a... 

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us and South African industry must adapt

By: Keith Campbell     27th October 2017 The Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, is now under way. And there is no way that South African industry can avoid or escape it. Industry 4.0 embraces mobile connectivity, artificial intelligence, Big Data, the Internet of Things (IoT), next-generation robotics, additive manufacturing... 

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us and SA industry must adapt

By: Keith Campbell     27th October 2017 The Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, is now underway. And there is no way that South African industry can avoid or escape it. Industry 4.0 embraces mobile connectivity, artificial intelligence, “big data”, the Internet of Things (IoT), next-generation robotics, additive... 

Ethylidene norbornene plant expansion, Belgium

By: Sheila Barradas     27th October 2017 INEOS plans to expand its Ethylidene norbornene plant to 35 500 t. 

‘Mine-blowing’ automated door solutions from Maxiflex

     18th October 2017 A range of superior quality, rugged automated door solutions, engineered to meet increased safety, efficiency and productivity on mines, are available from South Africa’s leading door and loading dock specialist, Maxiflex. The local mining industry is facing significant challenges which are... 

Trelleborg Wear Liners Reduce Downtime, Down Under

     6th October 2017 Trelleborg’s engineered products operation in Australia has assisted in reducing unplanned downtime at the Tropicana Gold Mine, 330 kilometers east-northeast of Kalgoorlie, Australia, by improving the wear life of the High Pressure Grinding Rolls (HPGR) discharge pulping boxes. The high pressure... 

South Africa 'in limbo' regarding the rapidly arriving Fourth Industrial Revolution

By: Keith Campbell     6th October 2017 South Africa is underprepared for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, also known as Industry 4.0. However, it is not badly underprepared. This was reported by AT Kearney Associate Mark Saunders at the Sixth Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Conference, in Pretoria, on Friday. Industry... 

No early ‘re-tyre-ment’: NitraLife’s nitrogen tyre inflation - extending tyre life and improving cost-savings in the commercial transport sector since 1996

     29th September 2017 Nitrogen tyre inflation has over the years become well-known, and is no longer the sole preserve of specialist tyre users such as the international motorsport or commercial aviation sectors. In fact, it is even conveniently available today on the forecourts of many petrol stations in South... 

Rio-Carb diversifying its wear liner solutions 

     27th September 2017 Wear liners manufacturer Rio-Carb is diversifying its product range, which will enable the company to enter new markets, such as earthmoving and agriculture, and expand their operations locally and internationally. Marleny Arnoldi tells us more. 

SMC Valve Manifolds Built to Withstand High-Pressure Cleaners and Treatments with Steam

     19th September 2017 In the food and beverage industry, hygiene is the order of the day. Many systems and system parts need to withstand treatment with steam, high-pressure cleaning and aggressive cleaning agents, whilst also preventing the formation of dirt and bacteria traps.   SMC’s new clean style valve manifolds... 

Those were the days . . .

By: Riaan de Lange     15th September 2017 It's Sunday afternoon. It’s hot and humid. You can smell the sea in a faint breeze that barely manages to rattle the leaves of the trees, which have been scorched and hardened by the sun. It is one of those vegetating Sunday afternoons, when you silently salute the inventor of the television... 

Metso showcases ongoing commitment to servicing South African mining sector 

By: Ilan Solomons     13th September 2017 This year marks 60 years since global engineering and technology corporation Metso's factory in Vereeniging was established. The factory became part of the Metso group in 1970 and has played "a crucial role" not only in the South African, but also the African mining industry. 

New finance scheme set up to support South African rail exports

By: Terence Creamer     8th September 2017 State-owned entities Transnet and the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) have agreed to create a new facility that will extend favourable financing to African and Middle Eastern buyers of Transnet Engineering’s (TE’s) rail rolling stock and port equipment. The financing scheme will be... 

New Transnet, DBSA finance scheme set up to support African rail exports

By: Terence Creamer     28th August 2017 State-owned entities Transnet and the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) have agreed to create a new facility that will extend favourable financing to African and Middle Eastern buyers of Transnet Engineering’s (TE’s) rail rolling stock and port equipment. The financing scheme will be... 

Tribunal hears settlement agreement involving wire cable industry association

By: Anine Kilian     23rd August 2017 The Competition Tribunal is considering a settlement agreement involving the Association of Electric Cable Manufacturers South Africa (AECMSA), which has admitted to fixing the selling price of electric power cables, largely affecting State-owned power utility Eskom, as well as large industries... 

IHS materials index posts sixth gain in seven weeks

By: Henry Lazenby     18th August 2017 The materials price index (MPI) from Global Insight by IHS Markit has recovered about half the losses it suffered between February and June. The latest reading of the MPI, an index measuring the weighted average of weekly spot prices for a basket of globally traded manufacturing inputs comprising... 

Attention to detail crucial for conveyor belts

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 Stringent adherence to safety protocols and a fit-for-purpose design are important factors governing the successful use of conveyor belts to increase production rates in mining, say industrial rubber products manufacturer Dunlop Industrial Products product managers Paul Nel and Dave Pitcher.  

Eco Friendly Entrance Matting Launched

     10th August 2017 With a global shift towards green thinking and environmentally friendly products Matco, the entrance matting brand of Coba Africa, is excited to announce the launch of their new eco-friendly Treadwell entrance matting. Using state-of-the-art recycling technology, tyres and belt material is... 

Omnia acquires Umongo to strengthen its chemical business

     10th August 2017 Chemical services business Omnia Group’s acquisition of a 90% stake in Umongo Petroleum, effective from 1st March this year, will create new opportunities for Omnia’s chemical business by broadening its current offering and strengthening its sub-Saharan Africa strategy. 

Atlas Copco’s new rotary vane vacuum pump series – cooler, quieter and up to 15% more efficient

     10th August 2017 Atlas Copco’s new GVS A rotary vane vacuum pumps feature a very compact design, fewer components, excel in reliability and are up to 15% more efficient making them ideal for a wide range of both industrial production and research applications. The new generation GVS A which is completely... 

Monitoring To Raise Mill Efficiency, Reduce Stoppage Time

     8th August 2017 Unreliable and time consuming methods of monitoring the condition of mill liners are now a thing of the past, as mines can now ensure higher efficiencies by tracking liner wear in real time. With the introduction of MultoScan by Multotec Rubber, milling plants can accurately measure a mill’s... 

Konecranes celebrates the delivery of the 1000th RTG

     3rd August 2017 Konecranes has been delivering Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes to intermodal operators all over the world for many years. This year marks the delivery of the 1000th Konecranes Rubber Tired Gantry (RTG) crane – a milestone in its impressive history. It was installed at the Georgia Ports Authority... 

Local company to supply wheel assemblies for new BMW X3  

By: Victor Moolman     28th July 2017 Wheel assembly solution provider Wheel Assemblers will supply tyre and rim assemblies for the new X3 (G01) model from German vehicle manufacturer BMW South Africa (SA) to be built in Rosslyn, Pretoria. 

Wheel Assemblers (Pty) Ltd

     28th July 2017 Established in 2003 to focus on automotive wheel assembly outsourcing, Gauteng-based Wheel Assemblers has grown into a nigh-R100-million-a-year-turnover company servicing automakers Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) and BMW South Africa under multiyear contracts. The company invested... 

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