There’s nothing new about wet or dry abrasive blasting when it comes to corrosion control and repair. But it might be worth noting what substances are being used in the process and where they come from.
With Minprovise’s all-encompassing skills in minerals processing, it is no surprise that the company is chasing a bigger goal: to be an end-to-end solution provider.
During February, Minprovise International employees celebrated the significant safety milestone of more than 1000 days lost time injury (LTI) free at its primary workshop and headquarters, located in Welshpool, Perth.
MINPROVISE attributes ongoing sustainable growth to the team they surround themselves with.
Minprovises’ commitment to the continuous improvement of their products & services has seen the company upgrade their popular Dugless 900 automated mini-loader in response to the feedback of clients.
Minprovise has opened its new Karratha-based workshop as part of an ongoing commitment to deliver projects efficiently to Pilbara-based clients and sites.
The mining industry doesn’t often encounter an innovation that was inspiring 10 years ago, yet is still relevant today.
Minprovise have completed a C160 Jaw Crusher replacement at Pilbara mine site, Hope Downs 1. The Jaw Crusher is the Hope Downs site’s primary crusher and Minprovise were selected for this critical project due to their recent similar work in the field, professional efficacy & track record.
Proleum, an Australian owned and operated company dedicated to the provision of specialist products and services to the oil, gas and mining industries, has recently responded to the demands of its clients and the market by introducing a range of above ground fuel storage tanks.
Minprovise continues to demonstrate their commitment to community engagement with their most recent slate of sponsorships.
When various industries are caught in the debate of who’s responsible for staff upskilling, mining services provider Minprovise has gone further to solve the dilemma.
Minprovise has doubled its site service capacity by 100 per cent in the last year.
Since being established in 2004, Australian mining services company Minprovise has continually endeavoured to give back to the communities and individuals around them that have contributed to the company’s exponential growth.
Services company Minprovise has launched a new jaw crusher in its range — the RXJ-Series. Replacing the ASJ Astro Jaw, the RXJ-Series, or REXE-Jaw, is manufactured by Japan’s EarthTechnica.
Western Australia based engineering company Minprovise has secured a contract to supply a primary crusher for Rio Tinto’s Silvergass iron ore mine in the Pilbara.