WipWare Inc – Experts in Blast Fragmentation and Process Optimization through PhotoanalysisWipWare designs and manufactures industry-leading photoanalysis and fragmentation analysis software and hardware systems. WipWare systems provide real-time analysis of materials to hundreds of industries in the field, laboratory or production settings. You can find our WipWare Photoanalysis Systems in underground and surface mining, taking test samples on Mars, in quarries, aggregate, forestry, coal and the explosives industries to name a few.
WipWare offers stationary and portable photoanalysis systems for conveyors, haulage trucks and site-specific locations.
- Pulp & Paper
- Micro & Macro Photometrics
- Surface Mining
- Underground Mining
- Quality Control
- Process Control
- Explosives Industry
Fragmentation AnalysisFragmentation Analysis focuses on analyzing fragmented material through a manual or automated sieving process. WipWare’s photoanalysis software systems offer an automated real-time fragmentation analysis solution with extreme accuracy. It removes the need to use manual sieving techniques.
Millions of dollars saved in:
- energy costs
- lost-time work injuries
- maintenance costs
- equipment downtime
- process optimization
- quantitative decision making
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