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Saturday, 26 January 2019 17:53

WearCheck at Mining Indaba

African Mining Indaba 2019 takes place 4 – 7 February at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).

Our expert condition monitoring programmes - including oil analysis and other reliability solutions techniques - are already saving maintenance costs and boosting machine availability for mining operations around Africa.

WearCheck makes these services widely accessible in remote areas by placing mobile laboratories on-site.

We’ve designed site-specific fuel and lubrication improvement programmes that have boosted the bottom line for our customers y extending component life, reducing maintenance costs and increasing equipment availability.

We invite you to come and talk all things condition monitoring with our technical team at Stand 615.

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Tuesday, 18 April 2017 13:13

Mining Indaba

WearCheck was once again present at Mining Indaba 2017 recently, where many people came to the stand to chat about condition monitoring. This year, WearCheck shared a stand with sister company Set Point Laboratories (SPL), which is also part of holding company Torre Analytical Services.



Standing by to discuss the latest trends in oil analysis and other reliability solutions techniques were (from left) WearCheck MD Neil Robinson and technical manager Steven Lumley. With them (right) is Johan Botes, CEO of Torre Industries, which owns Torre Analytical Services

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Wednesday, 01 February 2017 13:09

Mining Indaba 2017

The WearCheck team will once again be at Mining Indaba this year, showcasing our traditional condition monitoring options - Oil and Fuel analysis - as well as our extensive range of Reliability Solutions services.

Our technicians and diagnosticians will be at the stand daily to answer your questions about how investing in condition monitoring can SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY!!

The mining industry in Africa is WearCheck’s largest customer base, and we pride ourselves on retaining our lead as one of the continent’s top condition monitoring companies through constant investment in the latest international technology, techniques and training.

Please come and visit us at Mining Indaba at the Cape Town ICC from 6 to 9 February, you will find us at Stand 804.

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Thursday, 04 February 2016 11:48


Mining Indaba is the world’s largest mining investment conference taking place at the ICC in Cape Town from the 8th – 11th February 2016.

As WearCheck enters its 40th year of business, we will once again be attending the conference and exhibiting at the show, so please be sure to visit our stand and gain some insight into the world of Condition Monitoring.

We will be showcasing the following products

  • Oil Analysis

  • Fuel Analysis

  • Filter & Grease Analysis

  • Coolant Analysis

  • Vibration Monitoring

  • Thermal Imaging

  • Laser Alignment & Balancing



WearCheck Stand Number 304, Hall 2

For more information on the show visit www.miningindaba.com

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Friday, 06 February 2015 12:18

We’re exhibiting – Mining Indaba 2015!

Come and meet the WearCheck team at the Mining Indaba conference taking place at the Cape Town International Conference Centre from 7 – 9 February.

This year sees an exciting line up with Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, to present a keynote address, along with Robert Friedland of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd, Anita Marangoly George from the World Bank Group,  Dr Dambisa Moyo from Global Economist, Jim O’Neill, chairman of Cities Growth Commission and H.E. Minister Ngoako Ramathlodi, Minister of Mineral Resources.

We will be exhibiting with our holding company Set Point. (Stand address 1504 - 1506). Several WearCheck staff members will be on hand to meet customers at the popular Cape Town expo, including Steven Lara-Lee Lumley (technical development), Philip Schutte (reliability solutions) and Werner Buys (WearCheck Cape Town branch co-ordinator).

Lumley, who is one of WearCheck's most experienced diagnosticians, and who has diagnosed more than a million samples, will have a microscope set up at Indaba, so that visitors can look through the lens and learn a little bit about what the different samples look like "up close".

For more information please contact us at +27(0) 31 700 9580 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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