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Crushing and Screening News

World’s largest 
hydraulic impact 
breaker constructed

By: Henry Lazenby     1st October 2010 Mining equipment manufacturer JDS Industries reports that it has constructed the largest hydraulic pedestal impact breaker in the world.

Company director Jan Smit says that there is an increasing demand for larger rock breakers, owing to mines ramping up their production volumes. This can... 

Australia’s market ideal for product development 

By: Eleanor Seggie     6th August 2010 Mining process equipment manufacturer and supplier Multotec’s Australian office is conducting product sales, development and improvement through field trials at several key mines in the country as a measure of its confidence in its products, says Multotec international business executive Roy Roche. 

Burnstone gold mine project on track – CEO Dippenaar

By: Jonathan Faurie     25th June 2010 South African gold-miner Great Basin Gold is making steady progress on the delivery of capital projects at its pilot gold-mining project, Burnstone, in Mpumalanga. 

SA-linked resources company teams up with Vale on Guinea iron-ore projects

By: Jonathan Faurie     25th June 2010 Resource company BSG Resources (BSGR), a major shareholder of South African engineering giant Bateman Engineering, has formed a joint venture (JV) with Brazilian mining giant Vale to develop mining rights in Zogota and Simandou Blocks 1 and 2, in Guinea, West Africa. 

Minefinders trims forecast

By: Liezel Hill     9th November 2009 Vancouver-based Minefinders Corporation has lowered its production guidance for 2009, after crusher throughput was lower than expected and lower-grade ore was mined in July and August, at the firm's Dolores mine, in Mexico. Minefinders now expects to produce about 1,4-million ounces of silver... 

Jinshan ramping up output at new crushing plant

By: Liezel Hill     19th October 2009 TSX-listed Jinshan Gold Mines now expects a new crushing facility at its CSH gold mine, in Inner Mongolia, China, will reach design capacity in the first quarter of next year, the firm said on Monday. The 30 000 t/d plant was installed earlier this year and has been test running since mid-August. 

Company gears up to provide comprehensive mill solution

     2nd October 2009 Equipment manufacturing and refurbishment firm Harcliff Mining Services have used the economic slump as an opportunity to strengthen its capabilities to offer a comprehensive mill solution. 

Crushing specialist turns 
focus to service

     2nd October 2009 Comminution specialist IMS Engineering is refocusing its value-add proposition to customers in order to improve service delivery.  

High-chrome iron parts produced for crushing and milling

     2nd October 2009 Steel foundry Matt Cast Supplies has started producing high-chrome ironware parts for the crushing and milling industry. 

Liner solutions for minerals beneficiation plant mills

     2nd October 2009 Circuit design has changed within mineral beneficiation plants, which means that traditional large banks of medium diameter mills have been replaced by single stage autogenous (AG) and semi-autogenous (SAG) mills. Added to this, mills are becoming much larger necessitating a range of mill lining... 

New milling solution increases energy savings 

     2nd October 2009 Diversified engineering company Metso Minerals has already installed various units of the 3 000 horse powered (VTM-3000) Vertimills at various mining sites in Phalaborwa, Zimbabwe and Botswana. 

New range of grooving 
and slot milling solutions introduced to market

     2nd October 2009 Cutting tool and tooling systems specialist Sandvik Coromant has introduced a new range of grooving and slot milling solutions to its range of products. 

Roller bearings for efficient crushing, milling

     2nd October 2009 Industrial consumables and engineering firm BMG’s range of bearings for use in diverse applications includes the NSK spherical roller bearings, which ensure efficient operation and extended service life in harsh conditions, including crushing and milling. 

Rubber mill liners 
save on costs, 
maintenance 

     2nd October 2009 The use of slurry processing equipment manufacturer Weir Warman Africa’s Vulco rubber compound mill linings provides cost saving solutions for mines. 

Successful refurbishment of scrubber for diamond mining industry

By: Amanda Strydom     2nd October 2009 Heavy engineering firm Baldmin Engineering has completed the refurbishment of a 40-year-old scrubber for diamond producer Petra Diamonds’ Cullinan mine. 

Impact crusher range available locally

     18th September 2009 Minerals and materials processing technology specialist IMS Engineering has introduced a range of Hazemag combined secondary and tertiary hard-rock impactors with reversible rotors and grinding paths to generate coarse and fine products. 

Mobile crushing units to compensate for fluctuations in demand

By: Lindsey Berry     18th September 2009 An increase in the use of mobile crushing units in quarrying is a possible solution to compensate for fluctuations in demand. 

Engineering firm clinches colliery equipment maintenance contracts

By: Jonathan Faurie     11th September 2009 Engineering compay Multotec Manufacturing has entered into a maintenance contract with coal-mining major Anglo Coal for its Landau Navigation, Kleinkopje and Mafube collieries in the Witbank coal region in Mpumalanga.

 

SA firm clinches Russian sampling plant order

By: Jonathan Faurie     21st August 2009 Bateman Engineering Projects, part of the Bateman Engineering group, has recently supplied a modular sampling plant for the Grib diamond deposit, located in the Arkhangelsk region in north-west Russia. 

Engineering firm installs flotation cells 
at South African platinum mine

By: Jonathan Faurie     26th June 2009 Diversified engineering company Bateman Engineering has recently placed its BQR Flotation Cell technology at the Blue Ridge platinum and Smokey Hills platinum projects in South Africa. 

SA company capitalises on Botswana infrastructure boom

By: Loni Prinsloo     12th June 2009 Comminution provider Pilot Crushtec has taken up on the opportunities presented in recent months by the phenomenal increase in Botswana of large-scale construction and infrastructure works, which includes the building of airports and a university, as well as the extensive rebuilding of tar roads... 

German-developed optical ore-sorting machine undergoing trials at local mines 

By: Jonathan Faurie     5th June 2009 German engineering company Commodas, part of the Tomra Group, has developed sorting technology that will make sorting applications more accurate, reports that company. 

New range of feeder breakers launched

     8th May 2009 Materials and minerals processing technology provider IMS Engineering has strengthened its product offering with the launch of the MinPro range of feeder breakers and related equipment into the southern African market. 

Eldorado may lift Kisladag output 40%, lower costs

By: Liezel Hill     27th April 2009 Vancouver-based Eldorado Gold believes it can lift production by between 30% and 40% at its Kisladag gold mine, in Turkey, and at the same time reduce costs by around 15%, the firm reported on Monday. Eldorado has completed an internal review of the mine, and will use the results of the study as... 

High-pressure grinding rolls firm opens service centre in Joburg

By: Brindaveni Naidoo     10th April 2009 South African- based Polysius recently launched its new service centre in Midrand, north of Johannesburg, as part of the German multi-nationals' worldwide initiative to extend the application of high pressure grinding rolls (HPGR) to a broad range of industries.  

SA company to supply Malian mine with track-mounted crushers

By: Loni Prinsloo     10th April 2009 Bulk materials handling and minerals processing specialist Osborn Engineered Products SA has secured an order from Randgold Resources for mobile, track-mounted crushers to be used underground at the Loulo gold mine in West Africa. 

Castle Gold plots big cost savings at El Castillo

By: Liezel Hill     2nd April 2009 Canadian junior Castle Gold expects that it can reduce cash costs at its El Castillo mine, in Mexico, by as much as $34/oz, just by making a relatively minor change to the operation's crushing plant. Castle Gold plans to spend $1-million to buy and install a portable screening deck, which is... 

German nodestructive testing company targets Africa

By: Jonathan Faurie     13th February 2009 German non destructive testing company NDT Systems and Services is hoping to break into the African market in order to grow the company beyond its current levels. 

Mining equipment rentals skyrocket as miners move away from outright purchases

By: Leandi Kolver     5th December 2008 Equipment rental company Rentworks is experiencing a spike in its mining equipment rentals owing to the current economic downturn. 

Equipment supplier expands African footprint despite economic crunch

By: Jonathan Faurie     28th November 2008 Despite the current economic crisis, mining equipment company Pilot Crushtec’s African footprint has significantly expanded over the past year and looks to grow further in the future. 

Terrane awards engineering design, procurement contract for BC mine

By: Liezel Hill     27th October 2008 TSX Venture Exchange-listed Terrane Metals has awarded the detailed engineering design and procurement contract for its Mt Milligan copper/gold project, in British Columbia, to Wardrop Engineering. Wardrop recently completed a feasibility study report for the construction and operation of a... 

Ontario promotes mining equipment, services in Mexico

By: Liezel Hill     16th October 2008 Representatives of Ontario's Ministries of Northern Development and Mines and International Trade and Investment will be in Mexico next week to promote the Canadian province's mining equipment and services sector. The Ministries are cohosting a booth at the Expo-Minera Sonora 2008 trade show,... 

Earthmoving firm acquires crushing equipment for mine-dump project

By: Guy Copans     10th October 2008 Earth moving company Promass Transport Modular has purchased equipment to be used in the crushing, screening and washing of earth from old gold mine dumps from mobile crushing company Pilot Crushtec.  

Anthracite project awarded to local engineering company

By: Jonathan Faurie     3rd October 2008 Local manufacturers of comminution equipment, Osborn Engineered Products, part of the Astec Group, is in the process of manufacturing a primary and secondary crushing station to tip for an anthracite project in northern KwaZulu-Natal, reports the company. 

Cement industry capacity expansion drives crusher popularity

     3rd October 2008 Communition solutions focused IMS Engineering reports increased demand for its Hazemag horizontal shaft primary impact crushing technology, as South Africa’s cement industry engages in large-scale expansion to increase local manufacturing capacity. 

Crushing company brings international technology to local market

By: Jonathan Faurie     3rd October 2008 Crushers International (CI) has expanded its global reach by bringing US manufactures of crushing and screening equipment to the African marketplace, reports the company. 

Crushing company offers cost-saving machine

     3rd October 2008 As oil prices have reached unprecedented levels in recent months, the fuel economy benefits of the Terex Pegson X400S series have become a significant purchase driver for companies seeking the best value mobile jaw crusher. 

Diversified project mix driving company growth

By: Jonathan Faurie     3rd October 2008 A diversified project mix across all commodities is driving growth for crushing and screening-focused Pilot Crushtec, reports the company. 

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