WEBA SA’s modern factory near Johannesburg is well equipped with state-of-the-art design and manufacturing facilities, including CNC plasma-cutting machines to manufacture our advanced WEBA SA transfer chute systems, now widely used around the world. Our optimal use of all our resources, skilled staff and equipment, ensure our position as leaders in the design, manufacturing and installation of engineered transfer point solutions, globally. Big enough to successfully complete larger projects, yet small enough to really care and accommodate.
The manufacturing process starts with the receipt of a unique job card with specific instructions relating to clients requirement. Procurement of certified material and plasma cutting follow. Individual chute sections are assembled and then trial assembled prior to inspection and release for welding.Coded welders make sure all welding are being done to specification. A dedicated team of grinders and fettlers take care of the cosmetics and after inspection/release, these items are ready for corrosion protection. Final assembly of all loose components take place prior to loading and delivery. All manufacturing processes are observed, verified and documented. All this relevant information and documentation are recorded in a data book. This forms an integral part of our Quality Assurance process and the specific chute history. WEBA SA has a great team of enthusiastic, qualified and committed employees that produce quality driven products, with-in specified time frames.
WEBA also uses fabrication contractors in Chile, Turkey, North America, and Australia. All our contractors abide by our strict QC procedures.
Designed and manufactured for the harsh conditions of mining anywhere, our streamlined scientific approach to the dynamics of bulk materials handling has always been the hallmark at WEBA SA.