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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... 

Exciting year ahead for Weir Minerals in Africa and Middle East

4th February 2021 Weir Minerals Africa is focused on partnering with customers to drive efficiencies using its proven technology-driven solutions.   According to Grant Ramsden, Regional Managing Director of Weir Minerals Africa and Middle East, the company’s successful evolution over a century and a half continues... 

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... 
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New VWSA chief outlines vision for navigating the electric revolution and African market growth

An informal ‘contract’ signed at a conference, on a serviette, can hardly be viewed as a binding document, but somehow it saw Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) chairperson and MD Dr Robert Cisek make his way to Kariega (formerly known as Uitenhage) to take over the reins at the local arm of... 
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