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Kwatani

Proudly Level 2 B-BBEE, Kwatani is Africa’s leading OEM producing customized vibrating equipment. Our vibrating equipment guarantees high performance processing efficiency, continuous tonnage and cost reduction. Since 1976 Kwatani has supplied and serviced +16 000 vibrating units across commodities in +45 countries. We optimize your continuous production with tailored service packages from fully fledged service, maintenance or  cost per ton agreements, plant audits and on-site training.

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Froneman tells world of Sibanye’s confidence in hydrogen economy  

By: Martin Creamer     26th November 2021 Platinum group metals (PGMs) are poised to be a very significant underpin in the green hydrogen economy and Sibanye-Stillwater is intent on ensuring that the supply of PGMs is sustainable and that the company is part of the global climate change solution, Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman told a global... 

Lindi Jumbo project on track

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     26th October 2021 ASX-listed graphite developer Walkabout Resources says its mine construction schedule at the Lindi Jumbo graphite mine, in Tanzania, is on track. An engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the Lindi Jumbo graphite process plant has been concluded with Yantai Jinpeng Mining... 

Tribunal approves Sandvik SRP’s acquisition of Kwatani Global

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     15th October 2021 The Competition Tribunal has approved the large merger whereby K2021544474 (South Africa), to be renamed Sandvik SRP, intends to acquire Kwatani Global. The tribunal has approved the transaction with conditions relating to broad-based black economic empowerment shareholding. 

Market recognising higher likelihood of platinum deficit than surplus in years ahead – WPIC  

By: Martin Creamer     14th October 2021 Right now, the market is recognising the higher likelihood of platinum being in deficit rather than in surplus in the mid-term years ahead, said World Platinum Investment Council research director Trevor Raymond on Thursday. Raymond expects pent-up up consumer demand for vehicles to reduce any... 

Company establishes green rare earth fluoride manufacturing plant based on Necsa intellectual property 

By: Donna Slater     14th October 2021 Over the past two years, Pretoria-based rare earth (RE) minerals refinery Rare Earth Refiners (RER) has designed, built and commissioned a demonstration plant for the green production of RE fluorides using a R15-million grant from the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA). REs, and especially... 

Platinum benefits from higher demand in glass industry

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th October 2021 The World Platinum Investment Council’s (WPIC’s) latest forecast anticipates a 69% growth in demand for platinum from the glass industry, rising to 658 000 oz this year, compared with 391 000 oz in 2020. As a proportion of overall industrial demand for platinum, glass is set to contribute 9%... 

Kwatani innovates to keep screens well isolated

11th October 2021 Process plant designers often underestimate the movement of large vibrating screens when these machines start and stop, a challenge for which Kwatani has found an innovative and cost effective solution. According to Kwatani’s chief operating officer, Kenny Mayhew-Ridgers, the company has achieved... 

South Africa’s exploration investment lowest since democracy began, Joburg Indaba hears  

By: Martin Creamer     7th October 2021 South Africa’s mining industry is at its lowest level of exploration investment since democracy began in 1994, the Joburg Indaba heard on Thursday. “Never have we spent less – and this is a pity because significant promises were made about an exploration plan for the country,” Joburg Indaba... 

Components improve joint reliability

By: Theresa Bhowan-Rajah     1st October 2021 Vibration and shock can quickly impair joint integrity and negatively affect overall product performance, especially in demanding applications, such as vibrating screens in the mining sector, says engineering solutions provider BMG. “BMG’s Lock Bolt pins and collars – designed to replace bolted... 

Company appoints Indonesian distributor

1st October 2021 Mineral processing technology provider Metso Outotec has appointed Indonesian equipment supplier PT Trakindo Utama as a distributor for aggregate solutions as of last month. PT Trakindo Utama will provide Metso Outotec’s track-mounted, wheel-mounted, and stationary crushers and vibrating... 

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