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Working closely with mines to ensure optimal designs for vibrating screens and feeders gives Kwatani the opportunity to constantly improve products by applying the latest technology.

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Assuring customers of the quality and reliability of Kwatani’s locally manufactured exciter gearboxes means testing them at full load before they leave the company’s workshop. This is according Kenny Mayhew-Ridgers, general manager engineering at Kwatani.

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South African mining original equipment manufacturer (OEM) Kwatani, formerly known as Joest Kwatani, and global fine screening manufacturer Derrick Corporation have partnered with a view to driving best screening practice throughout the African mining sector.

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Kwatani, previously known as Joest Kwatani, and Derrick Corporation have partnered to drive best screening practice in the African mining sector.

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Kwatani - from its humble beginnings as Joest to best in class.

Kwatani, previously known as Joest Kwatani, has made the final transition to position itself as a company with a proud African history.

 

 

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Adopting conventional condition monitoring, testing and measurement techniques are not enough to ensure optimal operation of plant and equipment. Mines should be working closely with original equipment manufacturers (OEM) that are in a better position to develop a bespoke solution that is suited to the technology and its operating environment.

 

 

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Kwatani recently successfully completed another large screen equipment project for one of the largest iron ore operations in Kathu, Northern Cape, South Africa.

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Coal industry role-players remain confident that the commodity will continue to play a crucial role in energy production in South Africa and worldwide amid and despite the depressed coal market, which could drive more mines to closure.

The low commodity price has resulted in local mines having to employ modern sustainable mining practices and tightly manage their costs to remain financially viable.

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The expected increase in food production, in conjunction with challenges, such as water scarcity and economic restrictions, will force the agriculture and food and beverage (F&B) sectors to adapt packaging, and processing practices to improve performance and reduce operational costs, says vibrating-equipment manufacturer Kwatani (Kwatani) service GM Theresa Walton.

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Several key issues can affect the life cycle and productivity of a screen and have an impact on the bottom line at minerals processing operations. These include the shortage of skills within the industry, which often results in sub-standard maintenance being performed. In addition, maintenance is often undertaken on a reactive rather than a proactive basis, which can lead to further costly issues.

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