VIBRATING SCREEN MAINTENANCE NEEDS COLLABORATION, NOT A CATALOGUE

Cost pressures often force mines to make difficult decisions about how they approach the maintenance of their vibrating screens; OEMs can ease the trade-offs by offering solutions that match customers’ specific needs and resources, according to Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin. The OEM was previously known as Joest.

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CUSTOM ENGINEERED WEBA CHUTES SOLVE ALL ISSUES AT ISDEMIR STEEL PLANT

The first few transfer chutes leading into a plant handling material destined for furnaces and power generation applications commonly experience degradation, dust and impact challenges, whereas once the material is in the plant and needs to be bifurcated to multiple screens there is the additional challenge of material segregation.

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VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY NOW USED FOR BLAST TRAINING IN SA

Training for underground blasting has just taken a technological leap forward, with the installation and commissioning of Africa’s first virtual reality blast wall with rear-view projection, powered by Simulated Training Solutions, at the Murray & Roberts Cementation Training Academy near Carletonville, west of Johannesburg.

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RELIABLE DETECTION OF OBJECTS AND FILL LEVELS

Leuze’s range of optoelectronic and inductive switches with capacitive proximity switches make it possible to apply a solution for all detection requirements from a single source. Using innovative technology, these sensors are able to reliably detect and monitor fill levels and detect objects through packaging materials.

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