Energy-efficient ventilation for DRC mine

May 29th, 2019, Published in Articles: Vector

TLT-Turbo Africa has been awarded a contract for the supply and installation of a turn-key solution for underground ventilation and fumes extraction for Kamoa Copper SA, outside Kolwezi, DRC. Kamoa Copper SA forms part of the Kamoa-Kakula Copper Project. The Kamoa-Kakula Group project is ranked as the world’s largest undeveloped, high-grade copper deposit. TLT-Turbo Africa is designing, manufacturing and supplying a bifurcated axial flow fan station for the extraction of mine fumes as well as auxiliary and booster fans for Kamoa’s underground operation. The company will also oversee the installation of the fans and will provide assistance with commissioning. The Kamoa Copper ventilation project is the first of many projects of strategic importance within the sub-Saharan Africa region that the company is involved in.

Contact Vusi Madlopha, TLT-Turbo Africa,

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