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Ekati Project Canada

By: System Author     14th May 1999 Name: Ekati Project Location: The mine is located in a remote tundra region near Lac de Gras in the Northwest Territories (NWT), about 200 km south of the Arctic Circle. Brief description The mine is situated on a 853 000-acre claim block (which includes 8 000 lakes) and is Canada’s first... 

Explosives group is bang on target

By: System Author     14th May 1999 The drive by the Sasol group of companies towards the goal of becoming a leader in the global explosives market is spearheaded by a market-focused commitment to product and service innovation, states Sasol Mining Explosives’ (SMX) MD Dewet Deetlefs. A manufacturer and marketer of commercial... 

Hi-tech advances a blast

By: System Author     14th May 1999 The release of Sasol Mining Explosives’ (SMX) new electronic detonator in mid-1998 by Sasol Mining Initiators (SMI) – the developer, manufacturer and international marketer of the product – was brought forward because the company is committed to a phased, though far-reaching... 

New detonators a hit

By: System Author     14th May 1999 The introduction of electronic detonators into the existing detonator market can only enhance operating productivity for mines, reports Ensign-Bickford South Africa (Ebsa) MD Ray Gibbison. He explains that, although the company controls most of the surface detonator market, low-technology... 

Haulers for coal mine

By: System Author     7th May 1999 Diesel-engine flameproof specialist Explosion Protected Equipment (EPE) of Wynberg, Gauteng, has supplied three dry-system flameproofed underground-hauler engines to Ingwe Coal’s Khutala mine in Mpumalanga. EPE is the sole South African distributor of the Pyroban Minepower Dry System, which... 

Hazardous-area spec defined

By: System Author     7th May 1999 Engineering-inspection company SGS of Olifantsfontein, Johannesburg, is collaborating with the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) to write a specification for a more economical diesel vehicle for underground use outside Zone 1 hazardous areas of mines where there is a possibility of methane... 

New process to manage explosions

By: System Author     7th May 1999 A new explosion-management process has been developed by CSIR Mining Technology in response to the prevail- ing problem of human error creeping into risk-management practices. “There are very few processes that incorporate the human role or the management role into the risk-assessment and... 

R13m Ugandan contract

By: System Author     7th May 1999 Industrial electrical contractor B&W Electrical of Alberton, Gauteng, is completing a R13-million electrical contract for a process plant in Uganda in line with stringent flameproof standards. MD John Barrow explains that a section of the plant is a classified area, and therefore has to comply... 

Retrofit system is no damp squib

By: System Author     7th May 1999 Diesel-flameproofing equipment specialist Elgin Flameproof of Kempton Park, Gauteng, has developed and is manufacturing a dry flameproof system with retrofit capabilities on to commonly-used wet scrubbing systems, reportedly making it considerably cheaper than the imported dry flameproof systems... 

World to SA: Catch up!

By: System Author     7th May 1999 Official explosion-protection and flameproofing training for South African engineers and technicians appears to be sparse, and compares poorly internationally, says South African Flameproof Association (Safa) chairperson Ken Bryant. He points out that a generalised approach to education is... 

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