OPERATIONS

Unusual fixes

NEED to fix a pump and there is a crocodile climbing into the boat? Weir Minerals reckons it has the means to deal with that.

A Weir technician conducting a pump inspection.

A Weir technician conducting a pump inspection.

Indeed, it had to do just that on a job in Madagascar. The process specialist had to design a pontoon to not only solve the continual collapse of a 20m suction hose but also prevent the local crocodiles...

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