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Linatex hose reduces downtime and operating costs at Namdeb

10th June 2021 The installation by Weir Minerals Africa of a Linatex® 808 hard wall rubber hose with wear indicator system is reducing downtime and operating costs at Namdeb’s Sendelingsdrift treatment plant in Namibia. The challenge facing Sendelingsdrift was that it was changing out the incumbent competitor’s... 

Company offers engineered solutions for pump systems

7th May 2021 Specifying pumps for mine water applications is not as simple as it would first appear, and these applications often require a bespoke solution, says original-equipment pumps manufacturer Weir Minerals Africa. Incorrect specification could result in poor performance, excessive operational and... 

Abrasive solids handling made simple with the new Warman submersible pump

15th April 2021 The new, high chrome Warman® SSB-A submersible pump from Weir Minerals presents a versatile pump and robust solution for slurry and sludge removal. “Conceptualised and commercialised by Weir Minerals Africa, the Warman® SSB-A pump is well suited for duty in Africa,” says Marnus Koorts, Product... 

New generation Cavex® hydrocyclone boosts throughput, wear life

23rd March 2021 Weir Minerals has launched its Cavex® 2 hydrocyclone, which is an exciting improvement on the successful Cavex® hydrocyclone launched in the 1990s. The design of the new generation model ensures a step-change in separation performance and reduced turbulence, says Lerato Ramanala, product manager... 
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New global costs report confirms new renewables are undercutting existing coal

The cost of electricity from new solar and wind plants is increasingly undercutting the operating costs alone of existing coal‑fired power plants and strengthening the case for their early retirement, a newly released International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) report confirms. Published on... 

AUDA-Nepad launches centre to accelerate impact of science on Africa's development

The African Union Development Agency New Partnership for Africa's Development (AUDA-Nepad) on June 22 launched a centre of excellence (CoE) in science, technology and innovation to upscale and commercialise home-grown innovations on the continent. The centre was launched in partnership with... 
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