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New branding secures authenticity of Linatex premium rubber

27th May 2024 To reinforce the authenticity of its Linatex® premium rubber and protect its customers from inferior counterfeits, Weir Minerals has introduced new branding to its red iconic rubber recognised globally for its unrivalled wear life and lower total cost of ownership. Exclusively manufactured by... 

Weir Minerals Africa reintroduces Wheeled Plant concept

8th May 2024 With the newly introduced Weir Modular Wheeled Plant (WMWP) concept from Weir Minerals Africa, crushing contractors in Africa can now move and transport their crushing and screening plants from one site to other with great ease, boosting productivity and reducing costs. According to Tiisetso... 

Lifecycle approach with OEM parts for sustainable pumping solutions

8th March 2024 Capital equipment like pumps operate only as well as their components and wear parts allow, so it makes little sense to risk this performance by installing a replicated part. “Mining and other industrial applications rely heavily on continuous operations to reach the productivity levels that make... 

Weir Minerals Africa

23rd February 2024 Market leader in slurry handling equipment, Weir Minerals Africa, has an unrivalled installed base of its Warman centrifugal slurry pumps across Africa. The company offers a wide range of slurry equipment solutions including pumps, hydrocyclones, valves, dewatering equipment, wear-resistant... 
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Delayed coal decommissioning won’t ‘collapse our climate commitments’

The Presidential Climate Commission (PCC) is currently assessing the impact of South Africa’s decision to delay the decommissioning of the Hendrina, Grootvlei and Camden coal-fired power stations on the country’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), which outlines the country’s... 

CEF's Sapref refinery purchase raises clean-up concern

South Africa’s purchase of the nation’s largest refinery from Shell and BP for a symbolic R1 will transfer the environmental liability of the site to the government, according to a local advocacy group. The state-owned Central Energy Fund, which manages South African energy assets, agreed to buy... 
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