Wear-protection seminar aims to reduce costs and improve ROI for quarry operators
Featured in10 May 2012 - 11:29
Kingfisher Industrial to hold wear-protection seminar at Hillhead 2012
Recognized across bulk processing industries as experts in offering solution-driven systems in the fight against process plant wear and degradation, Kingfisher Industrial are holding a wear-protection seminar at the Hillhead conference centre on Tuesday 19 June.
The seminar, presented by Kingfisher managing director, John Connolly, is being held to inform and educate quarrying and mining engineers about the types and causes of wear and the technologies used to combat the ever growing issue that costs the industry millions of pounds of potential revenue in lost production hours alone.
Quarry managers and maintenance engineers are invited to attend if they believe their operations can benefit from introducing technologies that can eliminate any or all of the following:
- unscheduled shutdowns
- expensive plant repair or replacement costs
- exposing employees to unnecessary risks associated with working at heights, or in confined spaces
- cleaning up the environment, due to spillages or unexpected blockages
The seminar is being held at the main conference facility at Hillhead (stand H1), and is open to all interested quarrying and mining engineers and maintenance personnel.
The presentation proper commences at 1pm, but Kingfisher are providing sandwiches and refreshments from 12:30pm for those attending the seminar.
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