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Press Office - Kwatani

Kwatani

KWATANI, previously known as JOEST KWATANI, is a locally owned and operated South African OEM that has been supplying the African mining industry with vibrating equipment for 40 years.

KWATANI’s vibrating screens and feeders are engineered for tonnage and are characterised by their robustness and longevity.

All of our vibrating equipment is engineered and fabricated in-house and tailored to the customers’ specific application and processes

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Imilingo making strides at Electra Mining 2018

17th September 2018 As the final day of Electra Mining Africa 2018 themed ‘Diversity Day’ drew to  a close, the Imilingo Mineral Processing team were upbeat about their diversified Electra experience. “We came into this with a great deal of enthusiasm and it hasn't disappointed in terms of our overall objectives to... 

Ormonde moves into commissioning phase, reports slight delay in schedule

By: Mariaan Webb     12th September 2018 Commissioning activities have started at the Barruecopardo tungsten project in Salamanca, Spain, marking a major project milestone, developer Ormonde reported on Wednesday, but cautioned that first production has been pushed out 2019. The Aim-listed company said the the turnkey crush and screen... 

Environmentally-Friendly Augmented-Reality Welding Simulators For Welding Students At TVET Colleges

11th September 2018 The new augmented-reality welding training solution from Sangari Education The blue collar skills shortage in South Africa is estimated at around one million jobs.  To meet this demand, training is essential, but the machinery needed is expensive.  Providing theory and no practical training is... 

Look out for Kwatani’s ‘Beast’, with sweetener

7th September 2018 Leading vibrating screen and feeder original equipment manufacturer Kwatani will be showcasing customised products big and small at this year’s Electra Mining Africa exhibition, with live demonstrations showing the value of its laboratory test screen. With a replica of the nose of its widest... 

Weir Minerals Africa standing tall at Electra

7th September 2018 Visitors to this year’s Electra Mining Africa exhibition will be in for a feast of technology at the Weir Minerals Africa stand; particularly hard to miss will be the seven-metre-high crushing station featuring a high performance Trio cone crusher. “We are reminding visitors and customers that... 

Company expands footprint in manganese mining industry

7th September 2018 Mining equipment specialist Osborn Engineered Services has secured an R8.5-million order to supply a range of its high-quality machines to a new manganese mine in the Northern Cape. Osborn product sales manager Francois Scott says that this order and the region are significant for Osborn. The... 

More value from Multotec through local innovation

6th September 2018 Leveraging digital technologies in its range of mineral processing equipment will again allow Multotec to display new product developments at Electra Mining Africa that optimise recoveries and reduce cost of ownership for mineral processing plants. 

Welding supplier to launch several new products at trade expo

4th September 2018 Welding equipment supplier PTS Welding & Industrial Supplies is launching a new range of innovative welding, cutting and gas products and services for the mining and fabrication industries at this year’s Electra Mining show. PTS Welding & Industrial Supplies MD Paul Stolarczyk says that clients... 

Technical and aftermarket support secure repeat business – MBE Minerals

3rd September 2018 With a solid reputation built on responsiveness to customers’ needs, MBE Minerals SA believes it is the company’s high level of technical and aftermarket support that has seen it secure ongoing repeat business. MBE Minerals will showcase its product and service offering at Electra Mining Africa... 

Self-cleaning power nozzle to be launched

3rd September 2018 Gauteng-based Afri-Tech Mining Supplies is flushed with success as its new self-cleaning power nozzle cuts downtime in mines around the world. 

Gas monitor upgraded for better accuracy

31st August 2018 Mining equipment supplier Becker Mining South Africa has extended its range of safety and communications systems to include an upgraded atmospheric and environmental monitoring system, designed for use in industries where the presence of gases may pose a safety or health risk for employees and... 

In Chilean desert, global thirst for lithium is fueling a 'water war'

By: Reuters     29th August 2018 On Chilean water regulator Oscar Cristi's desk, a small white espresso cup teeters atop piles of documents and loose folders that appear on the point of collapse, perhaps an apt metaphor for the growing water crisis in parts of the Andean country. Sitting in his eighth-floor office adjacent the... 

Afri-Tech Mining Supplies

24th August 2018 Launched in 2007, Afri-Tech Mining Supplies has achieved strong growth as a premier supplier of screen and filter cloths for the liquids/solids separation industries. The innovative, dynamic and growth-orientated company, under the expert guidance of founder Richard Arends, has rapidly expanded... 

Diamond industry’s confidence in XRT sorting growing

24th August 2018 X-ray transmission (XRT) technology has ushered in a new era for diamond recovery, with an increasing number of companies embracing the technology and scaling back on the use of conventional technologies, such as dense media separation, for the treatment of middle and coarse-sized material. “The... 

Ageing platinum mines need new technology

By: Donald Makhafola     24th August 2018 There are few greenfield platinum mines or expansions in Africa, with most of the existing large-scale mines on the continent having been in operation for more than a decade. To ensure that the ageing mines continue to perform optimally, miners need to apply new technology to effectively enhance... 

Nothing comes before safe production – Sibanye-Stillwater 

By: Martin Creamer     23rd August 2018 Precious metals mining company Sibanye-Stillwater on Thursday spent the most part of its half-year presentation of financial results reiterating ongoing commitment to safe production and taking safety to the next level. The Johannesburg- and New York-listed company, which reported 26%-higher... 

Systematic Ground Support – The Ontario Example

23rd August 2018 The pursuit of zero harm is at the top of the agenda for all members of the global mining community.  A safe mine brings many benefits including higher productivity, reduced down time, fewer accidents, a stronger social license to operate, and a better overall reputation for a mining company.... 

Rapid Moab integration boosts Harmony Gold’s cash flow 

By: Martin Creamer     21st August 2018 The rapid integration of the Moab Khotsong gold mine into the Harmony Gold group has boosted the company’s overall underground gold grade, lifted production, driven down all-in sustaining unit costs and doubled free cash flow. Harmony acquired the deep-level Moab Khotsong mine from AngloGold... 

When modularity matters

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 Texas-based sand and gravel company relocates its CDE wet processing plant to new site to optimise return on investment. Texas-based Metroplex Sand & Gravel   company has been enjoying the benefits of the CDE modular approach to wet processing equipment. The company has recently exercised the... 

Ups And Downs Of Applying The ‘Banana’ Screen Design

24th July 2018 While multi-slope screens – also known as ‘banana’ screens – are commonly used in various screening applications, they need to be carefully designed with the specific purpose in mind, according to Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin. “Multi-slope screens have been in use since the 1970s and have a... 

LME to launch monthly 'implied pricing' to attract funds

By: Reuters     17th July 2018 The London Metal Exchange (LME) will launch a new set of synthetic monthly prices to make it easier for investors and funds to invest in base metals as the LME battles competition from other exchanges such as those operated by CME Group Inc.. The world's oldest and largest market for industrial... 

New wheel dozer to drive productivity levels

6th July 2018 Global mining and construction equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has released the new Cat 814K – a wheel dozer that delivers “operating comfort, efficiency and serviceability advancements”. The wheel dozer’s features include a new, sound-suppressed cab, an efficient power unit and transmission... 

Sandvik offers safe, dependable blast drilling

6th July 2018 Mining equipment and services provider Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has delivered and commissioned the first DR461i, now identified as the DR412i rotary blast hole drill, to the African continent.  According to Sandvik, the DR412i blast-hole drill improves productivity while returning fuel... 

New mine dewatering pumps, skids launched

15th June 2018 Germany-headquartered pumps manufacturer Netzsch Pumps & Systems and the company’s North American division last month introduced a new range of safe, reliable and cost efficient mine dewatering pumps and pump skids that are ideal for mines that require small and compact portable units to address... 

Sibanye CEO says seismic events a fact of life for South Africa mines

By: Reuters     7th June 2018 Earthquakes such as the one in which seven miners died last month in South Africa are impossible to predict and a fact of life for deep level operations there, the chief executive of the mine's owner Sibanye-Stillwater said on Thursday. Precious metals producer Sibanye has been the object of... 

One-size-fits-all legislation ill-conceived – Swanepoel  

By: Martin Creamer     5th June 2018 To have one-size-fits-all mining legislation is ill-conceived, mining luminary Bernard Swanepoel said on Tuesday in his opening address to the Junior Indaba. Swanepoel pointed out that Canada and Australia were benefiting from a disproportionate slice of global exploration investment because they... 

Miner killed in accident at Sibanye's Driefontein mine

By: Reuters     1st June 2018 South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers said on Friday a miner was killed by falling rocks at Sibanye-Stillwater's Driefontein gold mine, where seven workers died four weeks ago in a cave-in following a seismic event. Sibanye, which saw its share price sink about 28% in May, noted on... 

Vibrating screens in copper production process vitally important

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     18th May 2018 Copper plays an important role in technological advancements, and vibrating- and original-equipment manufacturer and supplier Kwatani is well positioned to take advantage of growing copper demand. “Kwatani offers customised vibrating screens and feeders to the mining industry; we don’t have a... 

Global Connections Mean More Solutions From Multotec

7th May 2018 Increased technological collaboration between Multotec and its sister companies in Europe is releasing added value for customers around Africa and beyond, according to Multotec’s vice president screening media, Roy Roche. “While Multotec is well known for a diverse range of screening media... 

Mashego Mashego

By: Martin Creamer     27th April 2018 This week Mining Weekly features Harry Ephraim Mashego, known as Mashego Mashego, the executive director corporate affairs, Harmony Gold Mining Company, an employer of 30 700 people 

OLI South Africa

16th March 2018 As the world’s top-selling electric and pneumatic vibrators manufacturer, OLI guarantees a high level of customer service through its 19 OLI trading subsidiaries, 36 warehouses and five manufacturing plants worldwide. Equipment failures caused by inadequate corrosion protection have been reported... 

Increased personnel safety & reduced risk of cable damage with TPU mining cables from Proof Engineering

9th March 2018 Proof Engineering’s rugged TPU copper-screened mining cables are specially designed and engineered with safety top of mind and are able to withstand hazardous conditions typically found in open cast and underground mining applications as well as in industrial environments. Managing Director of... 

Outlook good for cash-flush Merafe

By: Martin Creamer     6th March 2018 Chrome and ferrochrome company Merafe, which has zero debt and R600-million cash on hand, sees ferrochrome prices being supported by the cost of production in China, solid projected stainless steel production growth and the absence of any major additional ferrochrome supply capacity coming on... 

Froneman calls for collective action towards zero harm in fatality-plagued mining business 

By: Martin Creamer     22nd February 2018 A strong call to action was made by Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman on Thursday for a common purpose towards zero harm in South Africa's mining industry, where rising fatality numbers are causing great concern. Froneman said a point had been reached where management on its own could not make... 

Golden opportunity, urgent logistics call, platinum to the fore

By: Martin Creamer     16th February 2018 South Africa has an opportnity in gold, investment to revitalise rail and port infrastructure is seen as urgent, there is a strong prediction that the fuel cell will outdo electric vehicles 

On-The-Air (09/02/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     9th February 2018 Every Friday morning, SAfm's AMLive's radio anchor Sakina Kamwendo speaks to Martin Creamer, publishing editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly.  Reported here is this Friday's At the Coalface transcript: Kamwendo: China's colossal Clean Air Revolution is poised to give massive support to... 

New dawn for platinum mining – Robert Friedland

By: Martin Creamer     7th February 2018 New cars being produced in Japan have platinum- and copper-intensive fuel cell drives that outdo battery-powered electric vehicles (EVs) in cold climates as the EV batteries drain when the heaters are switched on, Ivanhoe Mines executive chairperson and founder Robert Friedland said on Wednesday.... 

Mining essential to human progress – Rio Tinto

By: Martin Creamer     5th February 2018 The images of large yellow mine trucks flashed across the big screen at this year’s Mining Indaba looked pretty ordinary. But that misperception was quickly cut short when Rio Tinto CE Energy and Minerals Bold Baatar told the full-house audience: "What you're watching are robots on wheels.... 

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