Mining and industrial ventilation supplier, TLT-Turbo Africa, has announced its participation in Electra Mining Africa 2022, the largest mining industry trade show in the Southern Hemisphere. This three-day event will be held from 5-9 September 2022 at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg.
TLT-Turbo Africa’s spokesperson, Vusi Madlopha, says the company welcomes the return of tradeshows and that the company is looking forward to seeing existing and potential customers at the event.
“Electra Mining is one of the largest gatherings of mining equipment suppliers and mining houses, as well as interested parties from other industrial sectors. This makes it a key event on our calendar for 2022 now that tradeshows are opening again,” says Madlopha. “For us, this event provides the opportunity to engage with key clients in the region and to showcase what makes our mine ventilation equipment different.”
TLT-Turbo Africa’s exhibition will focus on their recently expanded auxiliary and booster fan range and the new modular mine fan offering. The modular mining fan concept offers a range of modular solutions which cater to almost every ventilation requirement and aims to set a new standard for mine ventilation innovation. The range offers a modular design which results in a well-engineered and efficient ventilation system at lower operational and maintenance costs. Customers have the flexibility to order required units and build on the system as their requirements grow – resulting in lower initial expenditure with more economical options for system expansion.
The company will have experts from Germany on hand who will be sharing knowledge on mine ventilation fan acoustics and noise attenuation. These experts will deliver a discussion paper during the exhibition’s seminar on Occupational Health and Safety in mining.
Madlopha says participating at events such as Electra Mining puts these innovative mining ventilation fan ranges in the spotlight of the world stage making the event an important focus for the firm’s 2022 marketing and sales strategy.
“For the past two years we have been unable to engage with customers face to face. Now we can showcase the ways in which our applications can benefit them up close and in person,” he comments. “Our attendance at Electra Mining Africa underscores our dedication to helping operations in Africa optimise their ventilation strategies and systems to adapt to, and overcome challenges related to operating environments, energy consumption, and changing legislation.”
TLT-Turbo Africa’s exhibition is located at Stand C5 in Hall 9.