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Par for the Course Your Guide to Size Ranges on Conveyor Belts

Par for the Course Your Guide to Size Ranges on Conveyor Belts

 May 6, 2015

By: Mark Wagner One of the more common questions we receive is "how low can you go"?, and if you refer back to this blog post, you will be able to see that we can analyze down to microns if th...

 

WipWare in Europe

WipWare in Europe

 May 4, 2015

The WipWare sales team had a busy time last month with two European trade shows. Response was hot at both the International Mining Congress and Exhib...

 

WipWare in Turkey

WipWare in Turkey

 April 16, 2015

WipWare is in Turkey this week meeting clients and exhibiting at the International Mining Congress and Exhibition (IMCET) 2015 in Antalya, Turkey. ...

 

Enhanced Quality Control Features Available Inside Delta

Enhanced Quality Control Features Available Inside Delta

 April 16, 2015

By: Mark Wagner It's been a while since the last blog post. Since January, WipWare has hired on a new technical specialist and will soon be announcing another new employee in the sales departm...

 

Kudo to Detour

Kudo to Detour

 March 20, 2015

WipWare congratulates particle-size analysis user Detour Gold on doubling their year over year production. Detour's recently-announced 2014 output of 456,634 ounces, almost doubling 2013's 232,287 oun...

 

Busy Trade Show Season Ahead for WipWare

Busy Trade Show Season Ahead for WipWare

 January 30, 2015

WipWare Inc. is kicking off our 2015 trade show circuit next week with the International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE) Conference in New Orleans, February 1 to 4, 2015. Company President ...

 

WipFrag Software Licenses; What's Available?

WipFrag Software Licenses; What's Available?

 January 21, 2015

By: Paul Chivers Question: What license options are available for WipFrag particle-size analysis software? Answer: There are two license options for WipFrag software; software-key and hard...

 

Blastcast Sliders Explained

Blastcast Sliders Explained

 December 11, 2014

By: Paul Chivers Blast prediction is tricky business. The variables are many and there are always unknowns. Achieving ideal fragmentation is critical to controlling costs for many operations. ...

 

What's the Easiest Way to Get Fragmentation Data From a Photo?

What's the Easiest Way to Get Fragmentation Data From a Photo?

 December 3, 2014

By: Paul Chivers Question: What's the easiest way to get particle size distribution data on my material from a photograph? Answer: Why not take the approach many engineers and blast consul...

 

To Calibrate, or Not to Calibrate; That is the Question!

To Calibrate, or Not to Calibrate; That is the Question!

 November 20, 2014

By: Mark Wagner To calibrate, or not to calibrate; that is the question. And it's an important question to ask prior to installing your online bulk material analysis system, regardless of the ...