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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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Specialised Milling by African Pegmatite

20th May 2022 African Pegmatite has been at the forefront of toll milling and the grinding of all types of products since 1971.  Specialising in the milling of dark materials such as iron ore, manganese, chrome, slag and many others, African Pegmatite uses state-of-the-art, in-house, custom equipment to... 

Weir Minerals Africa benefits as mining surges

16th May 2022 Weir Minerals Africa, part of the LSE-listed Weir Group, is currently performing strongly, more than maintaining its share of the African market and also moving into new geographies on the continent such as Nigeria. “Overall, we have a healthy order book,” says Rajen Govender, interim Regional... 

Weir presents water management offering

13th May 2022 Optimising water use is a priority for equipment supplier Weir Minerals Africa – it is an area that can often be overlooked but contributes significantly to a mine’s environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) drive, as well as its bottom line. “Our product and service offering aims to... 

Weir Minerals Africa benefits as mining surges 

By: Simone Liedtke     9th May 2022 Weir Minerals Africa, part of the LSE-listed Weir Group, is currently performing strongly, and is more than maintaining its share of the African market, while also moving into new geographies on the continent, such as Nigeria. “Overall, we have a healthy order book,” says Weir Minerals Africa... 

Customers gain from Kwatani-Sandvik tie-up 

By: Simone Liedtke     9th May 2022 Both local and foreign customers – as well as mineral processing original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs) looking for specialised solutions – are set to benefit from the recent acquisition of vibrating screen specialist Kwatani by global multinational Sandvik. The deal highlights South Africa’s... 

Chile's parched mines race for an increasingly scarce commodity: water

By: Reuters     6th May 2022  A record-breaking drought in Chile is impacting mining operations and forcing companies to escalate their search for more sources of water, from water treatment and pricey desalination plants to even encouraging workers to use less water in the shower. The Andean nation, the world's no. 1... 

Yamana now eyes 350 000 oz/y at Jacobina; studies Cerro Moro plant expansion

By: Mariaan Webb     28th April 2022 The Phase 2 expansion of the Jacobina mine, in Brazil, is progressing ahead of schedule and is now expected to achieve its throughput objective one-year ahead of schedule, Canada-based Yamana Gold reported on Wednesday. The company stated that the expansion would reach its Phase 2 objective of 8... 

Kwatani

By: Creamer Media Reporter      22nd April 2022 As Africa’s leading engineered vibratory equipment original equipment manufacturer (OEM) with a proud South African legacy stretching back to 1976, Kwatani is recognised globally for its world-class engineering and ISO 9001:2015 certified large-scale manufacturing capability. The company has an... 

Improved safety, precision for bolted connections

8th April 2022 Engineering solutions provider BMG’s Fasteners, Tools & Equipment division has extended its range of wrenches to include a new generation of cordless torque wrenches from Gedore Torque Solutions, with optional process-reliable documentation software and advanced features for higher torque,... 

Bokoni platinum mine is large, high-grade opportunity, says African Rainbow Minerals 

By: Martin Creamer     25th March 2022 The Bokoni platinum group metals (PGM) mine being acquired for R3.5-billion by African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) hosts South Africa’s second largest PGM resource, with ready-built mining and processing plant infrastructure on site. Bokoni provides greater exposure to palladium and is close to ARM’s... 

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