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WEBA USES 3D SCANNING TO OPTIMISE CHUTE SOLUTIONS

WEBA USES 3D SCANNING TO OPTIMISE CHUTE SOLUTIONS

Equipped with the technical expertise to engineer tailored solutions in transfer point and chute systems, WEBA Chute Systems uses three-dimensional (3D) scanning technology to ensure high quality results. This minimizes reworking costs in design and manufacturing, as well as reduced downtime during installation.

Reducing Maintenance On Chute Systems Is Simple

Reducing Maintenance On Chute Systems Is Simple

Transfer points don’t need to be high maintenance areas on a mine anymore. This good news is from Mark Baller, managing director of Weba Chute Systems, who says the solution to reducing maintenance costs on transfer points is simple.

“More often than not this issue is addressed by looking at new materials handling solutions including the use of sophisticated lining composite materials which can be extremely expensive,” Baller says.

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Effective transfer of material has become a pressing issue for mines globally. With the spotlight firmly on increasing productivity through the more effective discharge of materials, coupled with reducing downtime and maintenance, effective material transfer solutions are critical to sustainability.

New chute design mitigates materials transfer problems

New chute design mitigates materials transfer problems

Considering basic chute specifications and design could mitigate material transfer problems, though this necessitates a thorough knowledge of transfer point design, as well as the ability to determine best practice for specific applications and the ability to customise each design accordingly, says chute systems company Weba Chute Systems MD Mark Baller.

Repeat Orders A Sign Of Customer Confidence At Kisladag

Repeat Orders A Sign Of Customer Confidence At Kisladag

Company Announcement - The mining industry is hard pushed globally to reduce operating costs. Therefore, repeat orders are a clear indication that a product is contributing towards lower total cost of ownership. “Reducing maintenance costs while increasing operational output requires skill, planning and the selection of the most appropriate OEM suppliers of equipment.