Haver Australia to reveal results of innovative Iron Ore washing technology at Iron Ore 2015 conference

Launch and presentation of white paper: ‘Iron Ore Washing – Achieve more with fewer resources’, Wednesday July 15

Leading minerals processing technology provider, Haver Australia, will launch a white paper at the Iron Ore 2015 conference in July which will reveal the results of its feasibility study into iron ore washing with its innovative Hydro-Clean washing system. The conference will take place at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre from July 13 to 15.

Haver Australia Business Development Manager Steffen Silge said: “While we can’t publish the results of the study until the paper is presented at the conference, I can say that the tests have delivered impressive results. We think iron ore producers will be very interested in what the Hydro-Clean can offer in terms of higher quality product and reduced OPEX.”

Hydro-Clean is a proven technology already in operation at mineral processing sites around the world. It was launched to the Australian market in 2013.

Since launch, Haver has been demonstrating the benefits of the system by running client feasibility tests on various commodities at its Malaga test facility.

Hydro-Clean’s key advantages over traditional washers such as scrubber drums and other tumbling or sheer forces based systems are that it creates a cleaner product which generates more revenue for the user while being cost-effective and highly water and energy efficient. The system uses up to 75% less water and up to 30% less energy.

Haver Australia will present its white paper ‘Iron Ore Washing – Achieve more with fewer resources’ on Wednesday July 15 at 2.05pm in the Riverside Theatre, Level 2.

Haver Australia will also showcase its Hydro-Clean technology, along with its Snap Guard wear protection system and new vibration analysis technology at Booth 56-57 in the Ballroom Rooms on Level 3 of the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.

INTERVIEWS: Media attending the conference are invited to attend the presentation. Interviews are available with Steffen Silge at 2.30pm following his presentation. Alternatively, interviews can be arranged after the conference on Thursday July 16 or Friday July 17. To arrange, please contact Kat Fremlin.