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Weir wins £95m aftermarket order to support Iron Bridge magnetite Project in Australia

1st December 2020 The Weir Group, a leading provider of premium mining technololgy, has won a £95m order to provide aftermarket components and service to the Iron Bridge magnetite Project in Western Australia. The aftermarket contract follows Weir’s success in winning a record £100m order for original equipment... 

OEM offers mobile pumphouse solutions

20th November 2020 The global shift in focus as to how mine operations can minimise their environmental footprint while improving productivity and complying with new regulations has brought about a need for increased sustainability in tailings processing. In line with this, original-equipment manufacturer Weir... 

Warman® MCR® pump more than doubles wear life to save Agnico Eeagle’s Laronde Gold Mine US$70,000 p.a.

13th October 2020 Modern design and superior wear materials halve annual pump rebuilds in highly abrasive application, reducing overall maintenance time by 40%. The superiority of genuine Warman® pumps and parts was proven in a trial comparing the performance of a Warman® MCR® 250 pump against a Warman® AH® pump... 

Warman® telescopic gland seal guards safeguard operators from rotating parts

30th September 2020 The new patented guards make pump maintenance safer and can be retrofitted without pump disassembly. Weir Minerals is proud to announce the global availability of new telescopic gland seal guards that further protect maintenance personnel performing gland seal adjustments on its industry-leading... 
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Iodine used as a spacecraft propellant for the first time

In what could very well prove to be a major development for space technology, a satellite has used an iodine propellant to alter its orbit around the Earth. This is the first time that iodine has been used as a propellant on a spacecraft.  The iodine thruster was fitted to a commercial research... 

After pandemic, oil firms even less willing to cover $3.9bn cost of South Africa's clean fuel plan

After being hit by the pandemic, oil companies in South Africa are unlikely to upgrade refineries to cut sulphur emissions unless the government allows them to pass the costs on to consumers or offers other support, the South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) says. New rules... 
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