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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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Tracking Europe's waste: 'There's gold in them landfills'

By: Reuters     18th January 2018 Some of Europe's richest deposits of valuable materials are in the trash, ranging from gold in smartphones to cobalt in electric car batteries, according to a survey of urban mining published on Wednesday. Scrap vehicles, batteries, computers, fridges and other electronic and electrical waste... 

Construction activities at Spanish tungsten project gather pace

By: Mariaan Webb     28th November 2017 Construction activities at the Barruecopardo tungsten mine in Salamanca, Spain, are gathering momentum, with about 100 people now working on the project. Ormondo Minerals, which has a 30% shareholding in the mine, reported on Tuesday that the major earthmoving phase relating to construction of... 

Increasing demand for variable-speed drives

By: Simone Liedtke     24th November 2017 Following the successful commissioning of two MoviDrive B ventilation and air conditioning variable-speed drives (VSDs) at an underground mine in the North-West, in South Africa, drive engineering specialist SEW-Eurodrive South Africa will commission an additional four of its MoviDrive B drives... 

Modular Reflux Classifier launched

By: Mia Breytenbach     10th November 2017 Minerals and cement industry equipment and services supplier FLSmidth has officially launched its modular Reflux Classifier (RC) plant, which is suitable for fines gravity separation applications. This integrated engineered modular solution is based on a fundamental component – FLSmidth’s... 

Shaft alignment tool benefits discussed

     13th October 2017 All rotating machinery is susceptible to misalignment and the conventional methods of measuring alignment, such as rulers and dial indicators, are outdated and inaccurate, says industrial equipment supplier Comtest Group. The company points out that these methods could result in inadequate... 

Trelleborg Wear Liners Reduce Downtime, Down Under

     6th October 2017 Trelleborg’s engineered products operation in Australia has assisted in reducing unplanned downtime at the Tropicana Gold Mine, 330 kilometers east-northeast of Kalgoorlie, Australia, by improving the wear life of the High Pressure Grinding Rolls (HPGR) discharge pulping boxes. The high pressure... 

On-The-Air (06/10/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     6th October 2017 The Department of Mineral Resources has dealt the economy a heavy blow by forcing the exploration of diamond giant De Beers to grind to a halt; South Africa’s foremost black miner this week committed the industry to doing all it can to build a better South Africa; and The world’s oldest mine this... 

Metso’s Vereeniging factory celebrates 60 years of service  

By: Ilan Solomons     6th October 2017 This year marks 60 years since global engineering and technology corporation Metso's factory in Vereeniging was established. The factory became part of the Metso group in 1970 and has played "a crucial role" not only in the South African, but also the African mining industry. 

OLI South Africa

     6th October 2017 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. A complete range of electric and pneumatic vibrators is available from OLI,... 

Upgraded mobile screen launched onto Southern African market  

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     6th October 2017 Mining solutions provider Wirtgen South Africa officially launched its new Kleeman Mobiscreen MS 953 EVO at its head office in Kempton Park, Johannesburg, on September 15. Wirtgen has already sold one of its new screens on September 14, taking the number of EVO line screens present in the... 

New attachment system enhances screening media change-outs

     6th October 2017 Global industrial equipment company Metso is introducing a new attachment system for its Trellex screening media that offers increased productivity and makes media change-outs safer and faster than with traditional systems, the company announced in September. Downtime is costly for screens in... 

Local mineral processing mired in upkeep, development languishing

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     6th October 2017 While South Africa’s crushing, milling and screening sector is in maintenance and operation mode, projects in countries such as Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Madagascar and Mozambique are experiencing capital growth, owing to greenfield developments which are contributing directly to the gross... 

Partnership now includes crushing and screening

     6th October 2017 US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk materials processing and handling systems Superior Industries has expanded its partnership with long-time dealer, distributor of aggregate and construction equipment General Equipment & Supplies to include crushing and screening. General Equipment... 

Latest products showcased in real-life working environment

     6th October 2017 Mining equipment and services provider Sandvik demonstrated its expertise as a supplier to the aggregates and construction industries at the tenth Steinexpo demonstration exhibition in Germany, exhibiting products for various applications in the raw materials industry. Steinexpo, held from August... 

Company offers alternative to conventional splicing

     6th October 2017 A current trend in the conveyors industry with regard to splicing procedures is to avoid the use of hazardous substances wherever possible, says technical solutions provider BMG.  

Pilot Crushtec deploys Metso technologies enabling quarry to increase output, reduce costs

By: Ilan Solomons     29th September 2017 Crushing and screening specialists Pilot Crushtec International, the Southern African distributor of Metso products, says it has the technologies and support services to assist in supplying raw materials for the construction industry. The company notes that there is a national drive to increase... 

Gigantic SA-made ore scrubber destined for Sierra Leone mineral sands mine

By: Mia Breytenbach     29th September 2017 Mechanical process equipment and solutions provider MechProTech has completed the manufacturing of one of its largest pieces of mining process equipment – the multimillion-rand, Titan 3596 mineral ore scrubber – which will be delivered to a mineral sands mine in Sierra Leone. MechProTech focuses... 

Zambian interest in heavy-duty equipment range

By: Simone Liedtke     15th September 2017 The trommel screens and apron feeders from engineering solutions developer Ireland-based MDS International (MDS) are of particular interest on the Zambian Copperbelt, states bulk materials handling equipment distributor BLT. Designed by MDS for mineral processing and recycling applications, BLT... 

New range of drives available to SA market

     15th September 2017 Electrical solutions provider Magnet Group introduced a new range of variable-speed drives (VSDs) last month, the Altivar Easy 610, which improve equipment performance and reduce operating costs by optimising energy consumption, the company explains. 

Metso showcases ongoing commitment to servicing South African mining sector 

By: Ilan Solomons     13th September 2017 This year marks 60 years since global engineering and technology corporation Metso's factory in Vereeniging was established. The factory became part of the Metso group in 1970 and has played "a crucial role" not only in the South African, but also the African mining industry. 

Success at C-Cut, but earlier design input needed 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th September 2017 Wear solutions provider Rio-Carb completed a liner supply project for diamond miner Petra Diamonds’ Cullinan mine, near Pretoria, in Gauteng, in June.  

Ormonde’s Spanish tungsten project is moving full speed ahead

By: Mariaan Webb     5th September 2017 The Barruecopardo tungsten project in Salamanca, north-west Spain, is proceeding at a rapid pace and is on schedule for commissioning in the third quarter of next year. Construction activities are under way, with several contracts having been awarded, Ireland- and UK-listed explorer Ormonde... 

Edenville signs coal marketing deal with UK firm

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th August 2017 Aim-listed Edenville Energy, which is developing the Rukwa coal project, in Tanzania, has entered into a nonexclusive two-year coal marketing agreement with a UK firm. The firm, which will be responsible for introductions, liaison and, where appropriate, management of coal sales and delivery, has... 

Northam initiates R100m tailings retreatment project 

By: Martin Creamer     28th August 2017 A new R100-million tailings retreatment project has been initiated by platinum-mining company Northam at its Booysendal South asset, acquired from Aquarius Platinum. The project, which involves hydromining and the reprocessing of the of the Booysendal South tailings storage facility (TSF), aims... 

Platinum, palladium, rhodium on 3-way price parity path – Northam 

By: Martin Creamer     25th August 2017 The platinum group metals (PGM) market may be heading for three-way price parity, Northam Platinum CEO Paul Dunne pointed out when the company presented a 60% rise in operating profit to R614-million in the 12 months to June 30, reflecting the benefits of the company’s growth strategy,... 

Edenville reports progress at Rukwa

By: Natasha Odendaal     25th August 2017 Aim-listed Edenville Energy on Friday said work at the Rukwa coal project site, in south-west Tanzania, was progressing, with the majority of the wash plant components now on site and the last shipment due for delivery next week. In an update to shareholders, the company noted that construction... 

Obuasi clear of illegal miners, Sadiola hinges on talks – AngloGold 

By: Martin Creamer     24th August 2017 The Obuasi site remains clear of illegal miners and care-and-maintenance activities are ongoing at the Ghana operation, AngloGold Ashanti group planning executive Graham Ehm has assured. “Ghana has definitely done a 180-degree turnaround,” he told investors, analysts and journalists at this... 

Strata Worldwide - Global Leader in Mine Safety

     24th August 2017 Originally founded in 1992 and headquartered in the United States, Strata Worldwide has established a strong worldwide presence with corporate facilities in South Africa, Australia and at multiple locations across the US. The company has become a leading global provider of products, technologies... 

Solidarity warns of ‘major impact’ should AMSA proceed with job cuts

By: Terence Creamer     16th August 2017 Trade union Solidarity has confirmed receipt of a Section 189A retrenchment notice from steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) and has indicated that it will enter negotiations with the company to ensure alternatives to retrenchments are considered. On Tuesday, AMSA announced that it... 

There's a key to lithium's future inside a shipping container

By: Bloomberg     11th August 2017 The world’s biggest miners’ determination to muscle into the burgeoning  battery market stepped up a notch with  Rio Tinto Group reporting breakthroughs in cracking the technology needed to unlock its giant lithium project in Serbia that could meet 10% of global demand. Tests at a research... 

Orinoco completes plant modification in Brazil

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th August 2017 Gold miner Orinoco Gold has completed a low capital cost process plant modification at its Cascavel gold mine, in Brazil, resulting in a 500 t trial parcel of low-grade ore being produced. The modification included the replacement of screen deck panels with smaller aperture panels, as well as... 

Gold deals underpin second-quarter M&A activity

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     4th August 2017 The value of global merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the second quarter of 2017 increased by 13% on the previous quarter, to $14.8-billion, and by some 71% on the previous quarter, advisory firm EY reported. While deal volumes during the quarter declined slightly from 117 deals in the... 

Introduce stringent anti-emission laws – Royal Bafokeng Platinum

By: Martin Creamer     2nd August 2017 The South African government must introduce stringent anti-emission legislation as well as press for the platinum equivalent of the gold Kruger Rand, Royal Bafokeng Platinum CEO Steve Phiri insists. Phiri expressed dismay at the government, as custodian of the world’s major platinum endowment,... 

On-The-Air (28/07/2017) 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      28th July 2017 A 200% increase in fuel cell vehicle sales is boosting the demand outlook for platinum; A groundswell of opposition is building up against the controversial Mining Charter and the freeze on mining deals; Mining companies are preparing to pay out billions of rands to mineworkers who contracted... 

Fuel cell vehicle sales boosting platinum demand outlook   

By: Martin Creamer     24th July 2017 Growth potential for platinum is emerging in the rapid build-up off a low base of fuel cell electric vehicle sales. Fuel cell vehicle sales are expected to grow by more than 200% this year, with Japan targeting 200 000 fuel cell electric vehicles on its roads in 2025 and 800 000 in 2030. 

Virtual Technology Now Used For Blast Training In SA

     20th July 2017 Training for underground blasting has just taken a technological leap forward, with the installation and commissioning of Africa’s first virtual reality blast wall with rear-view projection, powered by Simulated Training Solutions, at the Murray & Roberts Cementation Training Academy near... 

Platinum for new fuel cell Mercedes cut to autocat level  

By: Martin Creamer     12th July 2017 German car manufacturer Daimler has cut the platinum loading of its new fuel cell Mercedes to catalytic converter level. “We reduced the amount of platinum by 90%, which provides a significant cost reduction. Our fuel cell is not much above the platinum loading of a catalytic converter on a... 

New mobile screen launched in S Africa

By: Victor Moolman     7th July 2017 Mobile crushing and screening equipment supplier Kleemann, part of international specialist construction equipment manufacturer Wirtgen, has launched the Mobiscreen MS 703 EVO, which is capable of processing 350 t/h, in South Africa. 

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