Thursday, 21 February 2019 13:11

Mining Indaba 2019

The WearCheck team of condition monitoring experts who attended Mining Indaba this month reports that they were delighted to chat with many customers at the WearCheck stand, as well as answering technical questions from people who are new to the concept of condition monitoring.

There was strong interest in WearCheck’s mobile laboratories, which are placed on-site in remote areas to make condition monitoring services more accessible in areas with limited infrastructure.

Another popular enquiry was regarding WearCheck’s site-specific fuel and lubrication improvement programmes that boost the bottom line for our customers by extending component life, reducing maintenance costs and increasing equipment availability.

WearCheck shared a stand with sister company Set Point Laboratories. The technical team members who attended Mining Indaba were (from left) Phillip Croucamp, Michelle van Dyk, Steven Lumley, Jon Hillary, Quentin Von Klesit, Moses Lelaka and Gerrit Fouché.

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