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Weir Minerals' Mill Circuit University trains for sustainabl

21st September 2021 By giving its personnel the ‘big picture’ of minerals processing, the Weir Minerals Mill Circuit University ensures that customers benefit from a broader, solution-focused approach. “Offering sustainable solutions to the minerals processing sector – rather than just products – needs insight and... 

Innovation key as mill circuit pumps perform

10th September 2021 Weir Minerals’ focus on development and continuous product improvement has contributed to the success of the company’s Warman mill circuit (MC) pumps. Mill circuit pumps, the largest pumps in the milling circuit, manage large-size particles in highly abrasive slurries in large volumes, which... 

Decades of innovation elevate Warman® mill circuit pump

20th August 2021 Doing duty as an integral part of a mine’s minerals extraction circuit, Weir Minerals’ Warman® mill circuit (MC) slurry pumps withstand the harshest conditions while delivering their mission-critical function. Marnus Koorts, Weir Minerals Africa’s product manager for pumps, emphasises that a mill... 

Linatex wear resistant rubber lining cuts costs at Sentinel

12th July 2021 Weir Minerals’ Linatex® Premium Rubber and Linard® 60 have significantly improved wear life at Kalumbila Minerals Limited’s Sentinel mine in Zambia, after the Weir Minerals Africa team was asked to provide a lining solution that would last longer than the incumbent product. To date, the Linatex®... 
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Opinion: Is green hydrogen the fuel to drive South Africa’s future?

In this opinion article, Royal HaskoningDHV advisory group for energy transition director Gladys Nabagala writes that South Africa has significant potential to stimulate its economy by building a hydrogen export economy. 

Indigenous plant biofilters effectively remove pollutants from stormwater, researchers say

Biofilters with indigenous South African plants, such as palmiet, mat sedge, soft rush, cobra lily and vleibiesie, are significantly more efficient than unvegetated soils in removing nutrients and metals pollutants from urban stormwater, Stellenbosch University (SU) researchers say. The team... 
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