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Transerve Filtration appointed as Cummins Filtration dealer, opens Middelburg branch Has PDF
Published: 21 Sep 18
Cummins Filtration is pleased to announce the recent appointment of mining and construction filtration specialist Transerve Filtration as a Distributor Dealer, with full use of Cummins Filtration, and Cummins-owned original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) Fleetguard’s, fuel-filtration solutions across all its branches in the Northern Cape, Free State and Mpumalanga. Transerve specialises in supplying Fleetguard filters, hardware, coolant, oil products and accessories, which will be used mainly to service its clients in the mining sector. For the past 25 years, Transerve was using a major competitor’s fuel-filtration solutions, but made the switch to Fleetguard after such a lengthy period as it was looking for a reliable, trustworthy partner that can provide new-technology solutions focused on reducing customer maintenance costs in the long-term, Transerve Managing Director Willie van Zyl explains.
Denison to showcase Canada uranium project with release of PFS next month
Published: 10 Aug 18
Canada-based Denison Mines is gearing up for the release of a prefeasibility study (PFS) focusing on largest undeveloped high-grade uranium project in the eastern Athabasca basin. Following two years of exploration and project development work, the PFS for the Wheeler River project will be finalised next month, reports president and CEO David Cates.
SA needs passive fire protection
Published: 27 Jul 18
Safety in mining is a high priority in South Africa, and the country needs to adopt stricter regulations regarding passive fire protection systems, says global technologies company Hilti South Africa mining, business development manager Hector Cerdio. More awareness should also be created regarding the different fire risks in mining, he says, adding that Hilti South Africa has found gaps in the implementation of passive fire protection systems at all local mining companies.
Africa Mining Projects in Progress 2018 (Second Edition) Africa Mining Projects in Progress 2018 (Second Edition) Has PDF
Published: 24 Jul 18
Mining is one of Africa’s major export industries, with global affairs and evolving market conditions shaping the industry landscape. While Africa initially gained a reputation for its gold and diamond resources, the African mining industry is now also being recognised for its copper, cobalt, manganese and platinum group metals resources. This edition of Creamer Media’s Africa Mining Projects in Progress highlights some of the prospective projects on the continent that have been announced in some of these sectors, focusing on recent preliminary economic assessments, scoping, prefeasibility and definitive/bankable feasibility studies, as well as some of the projects that are already under way.
Solution enhances use rates for mine fleet
Published: 01 Jun 18
A total fuel-filtration solution from power and engine multinational Cummins’ Fleetguard has ensured that a haul-truck fleet at a large copper mine in Zambia has achieved use rates of between 85% and 90%, after previously experiencing operational difficulties relating to substandard fuel qualities, which had reduced the fleet’s run-time capacity to 65%. “Since the solution was implemented in June 2017, the mine’s downtime has reduced significantly, as injector and fuel-pump failures were substantially less. This has provided for longer service intervals on the haul trucks, increased oil lifespan, and improved equipment availability, which has equated to significant improvement in production volumes at the mine, while generating substantial savings and reducing the total cost of ownership,” Cummins Filtration Africa mining manager Tinus Naude indicates.
Cummins Filtration Provides Total Fleetguard Solution To Major Zambian Copper Mine Has PDF
Published: 11 May 18
A total fuel-filtration solution from Fleetguard has ensured that a haul-truck fleet at a large copper mine in Zambia has achieved utilisation rates of between 85% and 90%, after previously experiencing operational difficulties relating to substandard fuel qualities, which had reduced the fleet’s run-time capacity to 65%. The haul trucks were not achieving the targeted 350-hours service intervals on the fuel filters due to sporadic blockages. Fitted with Cummins QSK50 MCRS engines, onboard filter, injector, and injector-pump failures were occurring.
Services provider targets sub-Sahara
Published: 13 Apr 18
Dubai-based remote site construction and services provider RA International (RA) aims to introduce its broad service-offering to the sub-Saharan Africa mining industry. The company aims to provide a variety of packaged solutions, such as turnkey accommodation, facilities maintenance, plant and equipment maintenance, pest control, catering and full camp construction, to mining operations from the exploration phase to the production phase. RA offers full turnkey services to allow the miners to focus on the mining itself.
West and Central African Mining Summit to tackle vital issues
Published: 13 Apr 18
The upcoming tenth West and Central African (WaCA) Mining Summit and Expo will showcase the dynamism and resilience of the mining industry in these regions, as well as explore the challenges facing mining in the region, with speakers that will cover various topics that have significant impact on mining.   “Robust panel debates involving industry leaders, industry discussions along with standout individual presentations will highlight pressing issues and bring global trends to the fore for summit attendees [while] the exhibition floor will feature world-class expertise and solutions along with daily seminars to empower and benefit trade visitors attending,” according to organiser Magenta Global. 
Sub-Saharan African mining sector to continue facing illegal mining challenges, regulatory risks
Published: 03 Apr 18
Widespread illegal mining activity and rising regulatory risks are two of the biggest challenges that will face the sub-Saharan Africa mining sector in the coming months, research and analysis firm BMI Research says.
BASF opens new lab in Joburg
Published: 09 Mar 18
Specialised chemicals company BASF Mining Solutions South Africa, last month opened its new agglomeration laboratory, based at research organization Mintek’s premises, co-located with BASF Mining Solutions’ existing sample preparation and solid-liquid separation laboratory. Following the welcoming by sub-Saharan Africa mining technical manager Ncebakazi Majeke, BASF Oilfield & Mining solution senior VP Damien Caby commented that the lab opening confirmed the commitment of BASF to play a vital role in the value addition to the mining value chain. He stated that the Agglomeration Laboratory will serve a wider customer base beyond the continent.
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