Image: Schenck Process business units on four continents will combine for the Mina Justa project.
Schenck Process will design, manufacture, supply and commission vibrating screens and feeders for the greenfield Mina Justa copper mine in Peru following a contract win.
The company’s business units across four continents will be involved, with the project being managed and coordinated by the Australian-based Project Management Team.
Design will be completed at the vibrating equipment design centre in Sydney, the Chinese plant will host the manufacture and testing process, the South African production facility will provide the custom-made screen panels and the aftermarket services team in Chile will commission.
The contract will include seven banana screens across three models, five diverging pan feeders and one grizzly feeder.
CONiQ, the company’s proprietary continuous six-dimension condition monitoring system, has been equipped to each of the vibrating feeders and screens. This will allow operators to be alerted and track abnormal operating conditions.
“This is a truly international project and from our point of view it is the best way to give our customer the equipment that will deliver higher process efficiency and longer service life,” said Project Manager Lauren Williams.
“Although based on standardised platform designs for screens and feeders, each unit has been subject to a customising process to meet site and processing capacity requirements. We are delivering an integrated package of screens and feeders to optimise availability and productivity and represent the best value for money.”
Source: Schenk Process