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Because of Dry Fog's small droplet size, it can be used at screening decks without blinding the screens. Typically, the screen will require a top cover and a good sealing system for maximum effectiveness.

DSI has provided Dry Fog Systems for a variety of mining operations including coal, copper, gold, silver, nitrates amongst others. Ranging from large primary crushers to secondary and tertiary screen and crushing circuits, DSI has done it all.

amc mining & crushing

Our equipment forms a vital part of our business, and with that, we believe that by maintaining our equipment we are investing in the success and longevity of our business. We are constantly growing and maintaining our fleet of equipment thereby ensuring optimal production results and maximizing profit.

AMC prides itself in being able to assess each project based on its specific requirements and then providing the most effective and efficient solutions. We have also realised that our clients and projects mean more to us than just delivering solutions, its about building relationships that are based on trust, reliability and integrity. These types of relationships undoubtedly add to the success of any project.

Our suppliers play an integral part in the successful operation of our business. It is imperative that we have a well established and mutually beneficial relationship with our suppliers. Our current suppliers provide exceptional services, which in turn enable us to offer a better product to our clients.

AMC believes that its people are the backbone of its business, and its skilled workforce enhances product quality and services delivery. In order to help each employee reach their full potential AMC provides its employees with the opportunity to take part in its innovative Employee Development Programmes.

Our employees are remunerated at marked related levels, but AMC has become an employer of choice in the Mining and Crushing Industry due to its lucrative incentive schemes for extraordinary performance. AMC also provides employees with superior benefits and job security.

African Mining and Crushing will endeavour to preserve the health and safety of all persons affiliated with its activities, as well as the health and safety of any visitor. All work is to be performed under the direction and supervision of knowledgeable, suitably qualified staff, appointed in writing, accepting responsibility for the safe execution of the task at hand.

Management, employees, sub-contractors and visitors at African Mining and Crushing will, as a minimum, comply with all applicable health & safety legislation, as well as the Health & Safety Management Programme of African Mining and Crushing. Visible felt leadership is demonstrated at all levels within the organization

We do not only believe site rehabilitation to be necessary but constantly plan and scrutinize every new and existing project in order to minimize the impact that our activities have on the environment. We believe that this is an area where we have to be proactive and lead the industry by example.

We are committed to continually improving our environmental performance as an integral and fundamental part of our business strategy and operating methods. We will continually assess and minimize the impact that our plants and products have on the environment and the communities in which they operate. We will make both clients and suppliers aware of the environmental policy by which we operate and would urge them to do the same for sustainable growth and the well-being of future generations.

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By: Martin Creamer5th July 2021 Mining is vital to the South African economy and the opportunities that exist in mining can help guide the countrys path to a more inclusive and equitable economy, President Cyril Ramaphosa stated on Monday. Writing in his From the Desk of the President column, Ramaphosa placed mineral and...

By: Halima Frost2nd July 2021 Construction equipment supplier HPE Africa says its new crawler excavator series is suited to earthmoving applications in South Africas mining and construction environments. The R210 Smart Plus crawler excavator series was introduced to HPE Africas portfolio in May, with advanced design...

By: Halima Frost2nd July 2021 As part of a continuous effort to optimise payload and improve customers profit margins, while decreasing emissions and impact on the environment, South African earthmoving equipment provider Bell Equipment has invested heavily in research and development in its drive toward realising full...

2nd July 2021 Earthmoving and utility equipment manufacturer Komatsus new Kprime Tooth System from wear solutions specialists Hensley Industries is now available as standard on new Komatsu excavators. The Kprime Tooth System has been designed as a stronger and longer-lasting product, offering additional...

By: Tasneem Bulbulia25th June 2021 Mining and quarrying equipment specialist Pilot Crushtec has renewed its distributorship with minerals and metals processing technology company Metso Outotec in Southern Africa for five years, building on a successful five years of representing the company. Speaking to Engineering News & Mining...

By: Claire O'Reilly4th June 2021 Pressure on the quarrying industry and mining sector to reduce water consumption is at an all-time high, resulting in an increased shift towards quarries moving away from wet classification technology towards dry classification technology, such as the Fisher Air Separator (FAS), this is...

4th June 2021 The new age of dual power, or bi-power, mobile crushers and screens allows contractors, quarries and mines to reduce operational costs and increase equipment availability, while enjoying the versatility of being able to run their crushers and screens in any remote location.

By: Cameron Mackay14th May 2021 Axis House has had the opportunity to enhance and develop its range of copper flotation sulphide collectors in the Zambian mining industry, states Axis House sales manager Gareth Heynes. The companys TLQ2 sulphide collector a specialised liquid collector used for copper flotation is being...

By: Marleny Arnoldi26th March 2021 Original-equipment manufacturer Kwatani has kept up sales and service volumes throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, despite the lull in coal demand globally.

26th March 2021 The Mine Health and Safety Act states that the installation of incline conveyor belts must include the fitting and use of one or more devices to prevent run-back or run-on, to prevent injury by materials or minerals falling from a conveyor belt, says engineering solutions provider BMG business...

By: Darren Parker29th January 2021 Vibrating original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) Kwatanis capital project pipeline is exceptionally strong against the back-end of weak markets, which Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin says is a result of time spent actively working with mining and project houses during the worst of the pandemic. For...

By: Cameron Mackay4th December 2020 Ore-processing equipment supplier TOMRA Sorting Minings experience in copper ore sorting globally came to the fore with its X-ray transmission (XRT) technology, with which the company has attained ideal results in the recovery of material and waste removal. TOMRA Sorting Mining area sales...

By: Cameron Mackay4th December 2020 Local consulting firm Metallurgical Engineering Technology and Construction (METC) was approached in 2017 to provide detailed engineering and equipment supply for the Mutoshi copper mine, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). METC director Steve Cathey states that the main objective was...

By: Theresa Bhowan27th November 2020 Geological service provider Minrom states that its dedicated team of geologists, with years of manganese mining expertise, can provide crucial decision-making services for manganese mines in the Northern Cape. Minroms services range from greenfield exploration and three-dimensional geological...

By: Cameron Mackay16th October 2020 Australia is abundant in minerals, with more mines being established every year; this results in more mined ore having to be processed, says local foundry company Thos Begbie sales engineer Esli Bantjes. He states that the companys goal is to be the preferred supplier of components for...

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 Original-equipment manufacturer Sandvik Mining and Rock Technologys new Peak Screening solution an integrated system designed to help ensure every square meter of a customers screening is as productive as possible was showcased at the companys Innovation in Mining virtual event, hosted...

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 Comminution, separation and sorting technology provider IMS Engineering now supplies process systems and equipment manufacturer General Kinematics STM-Screen which can replace a brute force screen and provide an increase of up to 40% in circuit capacity, helping mines to improve their...

2nd October 2020 Steel fabrication and structure erection company Betterect has successfully completed the fabrication of a semi-mobile crushing plant (SMCP) for a coal mine in Mozambique. The SMCP project was required as part of the mines goal to increase production. The mining business unit of diversified...

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 Multinational original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) group Astec Industries, based in the US which has had a presence in South Africa since 2000 through its acquisition of South African crushing and screening OEM Osborn Engineered Products is renewing its focus on a strategy to consolidate its...

2nd October 2020 Wet processing equipment manufacturer CDE has announced plans to host a virtual trade event for the global materials wet processing industry. Continuing its engineering insights education series, the major two-day virtual event will take place on October 14 and 15.

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 An increased focus on safety is one of the key driving factors behind innovation and development in original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) Sandvik Mining and Rock Technologys crushing and screening product ranges. Weve seen an evolution around the safety aspect of technology developments in our...

By: Theresa Bhowan25th September 2020 Earthmoving equipment supplier Goscor Earthmoving, an accredited dealer of heavy equipment manufacturer SANY equipment, has noted an increase in the popularity of used materials-handling equipment amid the current economic constraints caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the national lockdown.

25th September 2020 Trommel technology leader MDS trommel screens and apron feeders, which have been designed especially for mineral processing and recycling applications, are available throughout Africa from branded machinery supplier BLT World. These flexible systems are used to remove the small fraction fines...

By: Halima Frost18th September 2020 Mining equipment manufacturer Eickhoff South Africa has introduced new software packages, which help clients to manage and analyse continuous miners key performance indicators (KPIs). Some of these KPIs include data pertaining to shift advances, first coal, last coal, shuttle car counts and...

By: Donna Slater10th September 2020 South African Capital Equipment Exporters Council (Saceec) director and CEO Eric Bruggeman has pointed out that South African capital equipment exporters had exported R178-billion worth of capital equipment during 2019. Saceec members accounted for about R50-billion, or just under 30%, of that...

4th September 2020 A PhD study on developing a roadmap for the South African titanium metal industry indicated that the South African titanium metal value chain should be expanded to include local TiCl4 and titanium metal powder production. The study was conducted at the Graduate School of Technology Management, at...

By: Mamaili Mamaila4th September 2020 Mining and quarrying equipment specialist Astec Industries Inc has completed a significant export order for a new aggregate crushing plant in Harare, Zimbabwe through its regional office in Johannesburg, in Gauteng.

28th August 2020 A call for further engagement with the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) regarding the 2019 Draft Review of Housing and Living Conditions Standard has stalled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown in South Africa. The draft standard requires that mines...

By: Martin Creamer20th August 2020 The Electra Mining Africa Connect week will enable exhibitors to promote their products and services free of charge alongside industry-related informative webinars, media activations and product showcase opportunities from September 7 to 11. For the first time in 48 years, Electra Mining Africa...

10th July 2020 Diversified industrial group thyssenkrupp has extensive experience in materials handling and minerals processing circuits, and the service support of its own manufactured equipment. A fully owned subsidiary of thyssenkrupp, headquartered in Essen, Germany, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South...

By: Marleny Arnoldi6th July 2020 Mining and quarrying equipment specialist Osborn has completed an export order to Kyrgyzstan, which extends its reach into the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region. The equipment supplied by Osborn has been installed at the countrys second-largest gold mine, the Jerooy gold project.

By: Cameron Mackay3rd July 2020 Following growth in Australia, as well as expansions into other countries, Australian mining and heavy equipment trader Components Only is focusing on continuing its momentum in terms of global growth. About 30% of our revenue is now international. Our international expansion is twofold to...

3rd July 2020 The selection of suitable equipment for specific earthmoving tasks is critical, not only to optimise productivity, but to also ensure efficient capital expenditure, minimal downtime and safety on site, notes Equipment supplier HPE Africa. It is also critical that the equipment that is selected...

By: Shannon de Ryhove3rd July 2020 South African minerals processing company Multotec is expanding its global reach by investing in South America, where almost 30% of the worlds foreign direct investment is being funnelled. South America is a very important mining jurisdiction. Multotec Chiles official registration in 2014...

By: Marleny Arnoldi1st July 2020 Metso Minerals, a subsidiary of global industrial company Metso, has officially merged with Finnish-listed technology company Outotec. The merger has formed a leading process technology, equipment and services company serving the minerals, metals and aggregates industries. The combined company...

By: Theresa Bhowan19th June 2020 Power transmission products distributor Bearings International (BI) is supplying bearings manufacturer Dodge ISN bearings to the quarrying sector to address contamination the leading cause of premature bearing failure in the industry.

19th June 2020 Plant operators want to eliminate dust and spills on belts and transfers as well as minimise maintenance requirements of the conveyor system. Further, the ability of plants to efficiently cope with the challenges of moist and sticky materials related to quarrying is also desired.

19th June 2020 Earthmoving equipment supplier HPE Africas McCloskey S250 screener one of the largest tracked-mounted mobile vibratory screening plants available has been designed for highly-efficient aggregate material screening.

crushing - metso outotec

We know that the only real measure of our worth is in the results we deliver to our customers. 100+ years of experience in delivering high-capacity crushing solutions for the mining industry ensure that we provide world-class crushing equipment, crusher parts, maintenance and optimization services.

From large primary jaws and gyratories to cone and impact crushers for tertiary and quaternary finishing, Metso Outotec equipment is manufactured to meet your material reduction requirements. The crushers are built to perform with the lowest cost per ton, featuring a unique combination of crusher cavity design, crushing forces,reliability and safety.

Engineered spare and wear parts as well as maintenance and optimization services are designed with decades of experience in different crushers and crushing processes. The parts are durable and easy to maintain, maintenance is quickly available, and the optimization services help in getting most out of new or used equipment or the entire crushing process.

Metso Outotec is combining our legacy and expertise to introduce the Mining Crushing Stations. These 2 modular crushing and screening plants are unique, cost-efficient and productive and designed to provide significant time and resource savings.

FIT Stations are focused on speed and flexibility for quick installations. The Foresight Stations are focused on smart controls and automation for optimal productivity. Both stations come with proven Metso Outotec equipment and technology to deliver maximum productivity for even the most demanding mining applications.

crushing and screening

Declan Leonard, owner of Crushing & Screening Services, has worked in the industry since he was 16 years old. Working in the service division of a number of crushing and screening manufacturers in Ireland, he saw an opportunity for himself as a service contractor for local clients. As his business grew, he expanded into plant fabrication and completed successful projects across Ireland and the UK.

He formed Crushing & Screening Services (C.S.S.) in 1997, continually expanding his operations and providing exceptional service to his customers. In 2004, C.S.S. became an equipment supplier with the addition of a wide range of TRIO equipment. At that point, the company became a total solution provider with design, equipment, supply, installation, and after-sales support making up the core business.

C.S.S. were the pioneers of TRIO equipment in Europe, selling the first units into Ireland and growing the business for TRIO across Europe for the next 10 years. Recently, C.S.S. has added a number of other quality brands to the equipment range, including Telsmith, Johnson Crushers Int., Kolberg-Pioneer, Astec Mobile Screens, Gator, and more. The company offers tailored solutions to suit every customer need and budget requirement.

Having spent more than 25 years in the aggregates business, Declan brings deep knowledge of solutions and hard-earned experience to running the day to day business of C.S.S. Whether it is meeting with customers on job sites, shipping spare parts from the warehouse, or dealing with inquiries for new business from his world wide customer base, Declan makes it his job to provide prompt, reliable service any day of the week. As he says, Customers come to C.S.S because they know that we dont just sell equipment, we provide solutions to their problems. There is no substitute for hands-on experience in the aggregates equipment industry, and that is what is most lacking among many suppliers. C.S.S. is built on service to customers and we provide it day in, day out, right throughout the year.

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CSS celebrated 20 years in business in 2017. Way back in Jan 1997, CSS was formed as a one-man show by Declan Leonard, the owner. Declan says the following about the last 20 years: Things have come a long way since then, but 20 years have passed too quickly. Lets hope the next 20 years are as much fun for me as the last 20 were. Its important, to remember where you started in business and always be grateful to those whove helped you along the way.

mining crushing stations - metso outotec

FIT stations are focused on speed and flexibility for quick installation. Meanwhile the Foresight stations focus on smart controls and autonomous features for optimal production. Both provide unique benefits and can be applied to a wide range of applications.

Metso Outotec has extensive experience in crushing and screening plants in the mining industry. In fact, we have delivered over 100 complete crushing and screening plants to a wide range of applications.

As we will continue to provide the capability to deliver completely customizable crushing and screening plants, we understand the industry is in need of a change as well. The need to overcome challenges such as time and resource utilization for feasibility, engineering and construction resulting in higher CAPEX.

FIT stations are focused primarily on speed and flexibility to provide a quick installation. The steel structures are supplied in modules that fit easily into containers for transportation. Overall, container delivery time is reduced by up to 25% and erection time is reduced by up to 15% compared to similar crushing and screening plants.

The Foresight stations focus on the use of our smart controls creating an autonomous solution for optimal production. Our featured station is the MP cone station, which is equipped with our MF Series screen, MP Series cone crusher and smart controls used in a wide range of applications.

material processing & handling | turner mining group

Whether you need temporary crushing or a permanent solution, we have the experience and flexibility to meet your needs anywhere, anytime. We offer full-service crushing and screening solutions you can depend on.

Whether you need temporary crushing or a permanent solution, we have the experience and flexibility to meet your needs anywhere, anytime. We offer full-service crushing and screening solutions you can depend on.

As business needs fluctuate, the ability to scale up or scale down your mining operation becomes critical. Our teams at Turner Mining Group can help alleviate the headaches of maintaining an equipment fleet, managing people and moving ore to the plant.

Whether it be 50,000 cubic yards or 5 million cubic yards of overburden, Turner Mining Group has you covered. The last thing you need is a surprise when it comes to cost, which is why we move it for the price we quote, without change orders or hidden fees. Stay ahead of your mining activities by leaving stripping to us.

Whether you need temporary crushing or a permanent solution, we have the experience and flexibility to meet your needs anywhere, anytime. We offer full-service crushing and screening solutions you can depend on.

We specialize in plant site grading, surface and underground piping including HDPE, steel, and PVC. Turner brings extensive knowledge to the table when it comes to earthworks, haul roads, drainage, dams and other mining infrastructure.

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crushing, screening, conveying, feeding, grinding machine for mining-yantai rhyther mining machinery co.,ltd

Yantai Rhyther Mining Machinery Co.,Ltd specializes in designing, manufacturing, installing, and commissioning mine concentration equipment (10,000t/d), such as crushing, screening, conveying, feeding, grinding, classifying, agitating, magnetic separation, gravity separation, floatation, dewatering, cyaniding, and metallurgical extraction equipment, etc.

Rhyther Mining's EPC service refers to the turnkey project services that we not only supply the equipment, but also provide full set of services including engineering design, equipment procurement, plant construction, installation, commissioning and training to make the mineral processing plant reach the expected recovery rate.