From the visit, it was clear to Inquip that the vibrator motors in use at the mine were different to those originally specified for the job.
The vibrating motors were reviewed with the assistance of site engineers and OLI Vibrators engineers, before a decision was made to replace them with MVE 6500/1 vibrating motors.
The original frame of the vibrating screen was too small to accept the new vibrating motors, so in house design and local fabrication support was used to develop a replacement frame to carry the OLI motors.
The new vibrating motors have been in place at the gold mine for six months now, and have enabled the screen to feed and sort the product at the originally anticipated rate, preventing bottlenecks that had previously caused problems.
Inquip distributes the complete range of OLI vibrating motors and vibrator equipment for crushing and screening applications. All vibrators in the range are interchangeable with other market leading brands.