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Innovative pulping chute: Cuts scrubbing costs at Ekapa

The pulping chute can be applied in commodity sectors such as diamonds, coal, platinum, chrome, iron ore and mineral sands.
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Getting the most from treating mine effluent

Treating effluent on mines often makes use of reverse osmosis (RO) technology, but low recoveries can raise costs substantially
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Online training spikes during COVID-19 lockdown

Restrictions on personal movement due to the COVID-19 lockdown have not stopped the learning process in the mining industry.
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Process equipment manufacturer opens plant in China

Bucking global trends, mineral processing equipment specialist Multotec has opened a new manufacturing facility to meet growing demand.
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Toolroom upgrades boost quality and productivity

Continued growth in demand for Multotec Manufacturing’s screen panels has led the company to expand and upgrade the dedicated toolroom.
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Webinar recording: Man meets Machine: Future Blueprint

Listen to a recording of the ‘Man Meets Machine’ webinar, in which experts shared their exciting insights about how artificial intelligence can enhance human experience to make process plants more efficient.
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Collaboration crucial to the advancing of process technology

The age of digital technology holds huge potential for equipment performance in the field of mineral processing says Multotec.
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Custom sampler solution for guinean bauxite producer

Accurate sampling is key to the success of the bauxite industry and high-precision sampling equipment is playing its part.
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Global OEM supports customers during COVID-19 pandemic

While respecting COVID-19 regulations Multotec has assured customers globally of its technical and sales support, especially to essential services.
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Solution for chrome mine faced with tailings risk

“The mine management was keen to conserve scarce water resources by avoiding evaporation,” Khathutshelo Mutshinyalo says.

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