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The key to optimising plant performance hinges largely on understanding minerology and aligning this with the process flowsheet. Of equal importance is the necessity to understand the parameters and capabilities of the plant’s process equipment which plays an enormous role in achieving/improving production targets. Vibrating screen manufacturer Kwatani has positioned itself as an expert in both of these areas which recently saw the company assist one of South Africa’s largest coal producers increase its screening throughput quickly and effectively, writes LAURA CORNISH.

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Maintenance contracts are a popular way for mines to ensure uptime on critical equipment; Kwatani should know, as it has contracts in place to service over 500 of its machines in the Northern Cape alone.

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“Large scalping screens are part of our technological heritage,” says Kim Schoepflin, CEO of leading South African vibrating equipment OEM. “We have been producing vibrating screens that are engineered for tonnage for more than four decades, and recognise the demanding conditions under which scalping screens are placed in the mining environment and designs accordingly.”

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Kwatani is supplying four heavy duty vibrating screens and 10 feeders, all engineered for tonnage, to help boost throughput at a Northern Cape manganese mine.

 

 

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Kim Schoepflin, CEO of Kwatani, said: "Our branch near the customer's mining operation has for many years employed and developed local expertise. Our latest initiative takes this further, by upskilling a local sub-contractor to conduct certain maintenance work on our behalf."

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Media release – 16-01-2020

Specialist vibrating equipment Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Kwatani is leveraging a recent multi-year service contract at a large mining customer in the Northern Cape to further boost the area’s local economy.

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Mining Magazine: 16 January 2020

Kim Schoepflin, CEO of Kwatani, said: "Our branch near the customer's mining operation has for many years employed and developed local expertise. Our latest initiative takes this further, by upskilling a local sub-contractor to conduct certain maintenance work on our behalf."

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Engineering News: 24 January 2020

Established over 43 years ago, Kwatani is the largest independent privately owned original-equipment manufacturer supplying and manufacturing custom designed vibratory equipment in Africa, with over 15 000 units in more than 35 countries.

 

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Mining Weekly: 24 January 2020

Using South African suppliers can be far more effective financially when engineering and manufacturing locally and is not simply a matter of complying with Mining Charter III, says industrial and mining vibrating screens manufacturer Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin.

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Engineering group DRA has ordered six large screens from Kwatani for the R1,6 billion Elikhulu gold tailings retreatment plant facility at Pan African Resources’ Evander operation in Mpumalanga.

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