Whether you prefer to collect blast fragmentation data in the field on an iPad, or from the comfort of your office using Windows, WipWare’s new WipFrag Pro package makes it economical and easy for you to benchmark and optimize blasting procedures.
WipWare is always looking to be innovative and bring great products to the mining industry to further ease the workload of mining engineers. We put our customers first by keeping them up to date on all the new software and providing training whenever necessary.
Adam Westhoff a blasting engineer from Quick Supply Co. blasting services division in Osseo, Wisconsin attended a two day course designed to instruct users on the finer points of using WipWare’s latest technology and features that could make his job easier, safer and improve results.
WipWare’s volumetrics is a feature we’ve received very positive feedback on so far. It has been around since the release of WipFrag 3.0 last May. It comes standard on all Solo M4 conveyor belt systems, and can really add value to the fragmentation data that our systems are so good at outputting.
Visit WipWare Inc. at the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) 2016 Convention in Vancouver next week to see the latest Solo™ conveyor-based photoanalysis system and the hot new WipFrag™ iPad app that controls it.
“Bauma was a huge success for us this year”, said Guido Pas of Syscom BV, WipWare’s European distributor, following the conclusion of the world’s largest trade fair.
Exciting new developments in particle sizing technology from WipWare will be at Bauma 2016, the world’s largest trade fair in Germany next month.