Diversified engineering and mining group Metso Minerals is holding its one- hundred-and-fifteenth crusher school course from October 17 to 19, with a current booking of over 55 customers.
The Metso Crusher School course curriculum covers the safe and efficient operation of crushers to lower costs and increase safety, and ensures less downtime in the mining industry.
Course one will examine the primary gyratory crushing, as well as secondary and tertiary crushing, and includes a site visit to Metso’s manufacturing and repair facility, in Vereeniging. The second course will cover primary, secondary and tertiary crushing.
Earlier this year, the company for the first time hosted a crusher school in Kuruman, in the Northern Cape, which drew about 40 attendees each day. This is likely to become a yearly event, says Metso Minerals training coordinator Jill Edgar.
Meanwhile, Metso is launching a pilot plant maintenance seminar for its clients a day before the crushing course starts this year, says Edgar.