Weir Minerals will exhibit its world-class mining solutions at MINExpo 2016 from September 26 to 28 in Las Vegas. During the exhibition Weir Minerals will launch the Trio® TP900 cone crusher and hold a pre-release preview of its much anticipated remote monitoring technology.

Weir Minerals will be at booth 5002 in Central Hall.

One of the focal points at the booth will be the new Trio TP900 cone crusher, part of the Trio TP series of crushers launched globally earlier this year. The Trio TP900 operates at a higher pivot point and thrower than its predecessor, providing higher reduction with better shaped material.

“The Trio TP900 is a clear demonstration of our advancement in cone crusher design,” says Weir Minerals global product manager for crushing and screening Kurt O’Bryan. “The Trio TP series cone crushers are all high capacity machines with advanced performance features in hydraulics, automation and head motion. The goal of these new machines is to apply a robust and reliable design to a versatile range of applications.”

In addition to this new product launch, Weir Minerals will introduce new technology featured in the imminent Trio® TP1400 cone crusher. This advanced technology will be presented through a futuristic hologram, providing visitors with a virtual, 360 degree preview of this innovative technology.

“This exciting technology provides a glimpse into the future of large, high capacity cone crushers,” says Kurt O’Bryan.

Technology uncovered
Visitors at Weir Minerals’ booth will also see a pre-release preview of its latest technology in remote monitoring systems. This new technology will enable users to obtain operational data in real time, ensuring optimum performance and efficiency of their mill circuit. 

Weir Minerals’ engineering experts will showcase the capabilities of Warman® slurry pumps, the market leader in slurry pumping technology. The booth will feature a variety of Warman slurry pumps including mill circuit pumps, submersible pumps and the latest pumping technology.

“The strength of our Warman slurry pump range lies in the superiority of our advanced hydraulic designs and our high performing wear and corrosion resistant materials,” says Weir Minerals global product manager for pumps John Otten. 

The booth will host the Warman MC650 mill circuit duty slurry pump, incorporating the latest in hard alloy and elastomer technology, proven to extend wear life in highly abrasive and corrosive slurries.

“MC pump hydraulics are based on more than 25 years of fundamental and applied research and backed up by wear performance field trials. The unique design and wear evaluation software ensures high efficiency and optimum life,” says John Otten. 

An animation of the new features and functionality contained within the hydraulic concept of the Warman WRT® impeller and throatbush combination will be on display at Weir Minerals’ booth. This combination is designed to greatly improve wear performance of the Warman AH® pump and reduce total cost of ownership. 

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A full portfolio of mining solutions
Weir Minerals will also feature other key products widely used in the mining industry during the three day event. These include Enduron® high pressure grinding rolls,

GEHO® pumps, Delta Industrial™ knife gate valves, Cavex® hydrocyclones, Linatex® premium rubber and many more.

The Weir Minerals’ booth will be staffed by a team of experts to answer questions and demonstrate products. Weir Minerals’ team members will also be available to discuss how the company’s global expertise can help to optimise visitors existing operations.

Weir Minerals’ divisional managing director Ricardo Garib says, “Over the last four years, we have invested heavily in product development and expansion, providing customers with a more complete solution across the mill circuit. We are very excited about showcasing our latest products at MINExpo and sharing our technological advancements with visitors. We look forward to welcoming you all at booth 5002.”

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