About the workshop series

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Multotec has created a tailored training session on milling and classification “Uncovering the Black Box”, which is compiled into a one-day workshop.

“The milling circuit forms the heart of any mineral processing plant. When your heart stops, you need CPR as every minute is crucial to your operation. There are four very critical components that ensure optimal performance from your milling circuit. If one of them fails or is sub-standard, the heart will be negatively affected, and it would surely impact negatively on the operation.

Multotec will be presenting some factual and critical factors on the mill trommel screens, mill liners, classification cyclones and mill circuit pumps”

Join us for an interactive webinar that will inform you on these critical elements.

What to expect

  • 3 hours of valuable insights
  • 4 Sessions on critical milling elements
  • World renowned speakers
  • Live interaction with presenters
  • Translation services available via MS Teams Live Events

Date

  • Wednesday, 21 July 2021

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Times

  • Vancouver (GMT -7)
    00h00 to 03h00
  • Montréal (GMT -4)
    03h00 to 06h00
  • Belo Horizonte (GMT -3)
    04h00 to 07h00
  • Santiago (GMT -3)
    04h00 to 07h00
  • Munich (GMT +2)
    09h00 to 12h00
  • Johannesburg (GMT +2)
    09h00 to 12h00
  • Dubai (GMT +4)
    13h00 to 14h00
  • Perth (GMT +8)
    15h00 to 18h00
  • Sydney (GMT +10)
    17h00 to 20h00

Translations

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Translation services will be available via MS Teams Live Events, please click here to find out how to activate this feature.

Languages available for translations are:
Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, German

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Brent Combrink

Multotec

Brent Combrink has 30 years’ experience in the minerals processing industry. His experience spans three key fields: operations, academic and manufacturing. He has spent the last 13 years with Multotec in various roles but his major focus is now on Sales and Training

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Thomas Holtz

Multotec

Thomas Holtz is the Chief Executive Officer of the Multotec Group of Companies. He has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering as well as a post-Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering. Thomas has occupied the position of CEO since 2008 and aims to uphold his favourite quote “be the change you want to see in the world” in his work; and to inspire every member of the Multotec team, from technicians to managers, to do the same.

Multotec adopts a flexible approach to mineral processing, adapting our service offering as well as our equipment to clients’ exact specifications.

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Mohini Jingoo

Multotec

BSc Chemical Engineering has 16 years working experience in the mineral processing industry.

In August of 2019 Mohini took on a new challenge within the Multotec group and currently holds the title of Capital Sales Manager for screening solutions.

Mohini’s career started off at Mintek, Randburg in 2005-2006 in their Mineral processing division as Engineer in training. In 2006, she was offered a permanent position as the head of department at SGS Lakefield in Booysen in their flotation & mineral processing department. In January 2008, Mohini joined Multotec working for the International Business Development department as a Business development engineer where she had the opportunity to learn and sell Multotec’s group of products. In February 2010 Mohini joined the Samplers department as a Senior Process Engineer. In 2016, Mohini Jingoo was promoted to the position of Process Manager for Sampler to manage technical input towards processes and to ensure continuous improvement of integrated systems to provide customers with high quality products and services in a timely, cost effective manager.

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Waldo Verster

Multotec

B. Ing (Mechanical Engineering)

Waldo Verster is a Mechanical Engineer with 20 years’ experience in the Nuclear, Mining and Power Generation Industries. After completing his studies Waldo spent 7 years at the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor, performing structural analysis and later as Senior Design Engineer – Metallic Core Structures. Between 2008 and 2009 Waldo joined Bateman as a Senior Mechanical Engineer, working on a Cobalt project in the DRC and a Uranium project in Namibia. Waldo joined Rotek Engineering as a Senior Design Engineer in 2009 responsible for the reverse engineering and troubleshooting of turbo machinery and auxiliary plant and was promoted in 2013 to Design Group Leader. As of 2018 Waldo is the Technical Manager at Multotec Rubber responsible for the design and development of Rubber and Rubber Composite Wear Liners, Production Machinery and Production Tooling.

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Ernst Bekker

Multotec

B. Ing (Extractive metallurgy), ND (Fuel Technology) holds the position of product specialist - Cyclones

After completing his studies Ernst spent 5 years in the coal industry. In 1998 he joined Multotec as a process engineer where he later became process manager of the Cyclone division. Between 2007 and 2009 Ernst joined Bateman Engineering as senior process engineer (Diamonds Division) where he was involved in design, commissioning and consulting on dense medium processes. During this period he was involved in designs on gold, chrome, platinum, coal, andalusite and diamond operations.

In 2009 he re-joined Multotec as process manager where the primary focus was on the integration of Multotec equipment into flow sheets, liaising with potential clients and consulting and optimising operations. In his current role of product specialist – Cyclones the scope now also includes product development and the mentoring of process engineers and client training. Ernst is considered to be one of the world's leading experts in all industries that utilise dense medium cyclones, classification cyclones and milling cyclones.

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Aslam Haffejee

Multotec

Senior Process Engineer - Pumps at Multotec, is a Mechanical Engineer.

He started his Slurry Pump career at CH Warman Africa in 1990 after graduating. After an initial period in Draughting was involved in Pump Applications and Sales.

In 1997, he took on responsibilities in the Engineering Department. In 1999, moved to the Middle East, where he spent 20 years, getting involved with Tendering and Project managing some major projects particularly in Central Africa, amongst others. With re-structuring, the role evolved with focus on the Middle East, this was coupled with a shift in Product offering, and he gained some exposure to other equipment, crushers, screens, valves and cyclones. He returned to South Africa in 2019, and subsequently joined Multotec.

PROGRAMME - WEDNESDAY 21 JULY 2021

Note: Time listed as GMT+2

09h00 - 09h05

Housekeeping

09h05 - 09h10

Introduction

Thomas Holtz

Multotec

09h10 - 09h40

Why you cannot live without a mill trommel screen

Mohini Jingoo

Multotec

09h40 - 10h25

How to get the best performance and value out of your mill liners?

Waldo Verster

Multotec

10h25 - 10h35

COMFORT BREAK

10h35 - 11h35

It’s not a secret - what you need to know about your classification cyclones in the milling circuit

Ernst Bekker

Multotec

11h35 - 12h00

Why are mill circuit pumps so important?

Aslam Haffejee

Multotec

12h00 - 12h15

Live Q and A

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This workshop will cover the various aspects of the DMS circuit. Various mineral applications are covered, and specialists are available live to answer questions and engage in discussion.


Multotec’s tailormade series of interactive webinars, discuss the most relevant and critical factors to enable our customers to evaluate their current practices and to ultimately improve their operations.

Get In Touch

For further details or any queries, please email us at: brentc@multotec.com