Mining Weekly Interviews Justin Alberts from SA Heavy Rim at Electra Mining

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Mining Weekly recently interviewed Justin Alberts, TyreSense Manager for SA Heavy Rim, at the Electra Mining Africa 2016 show in Johannesburg, SA. Justin discusses TyreSense, RIMEX's comprehensive tire temperature and pressure monitoring system. Click the video to watch the interview and learn more about TyreSense.

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QUICK TIP: Equipment Mounting and Dismounting

  1. Always use three points of contact when mounting and dismounting equipment.

  2. Maintain traction by making sure footwear is clean and free of any debris.
  3. Ensure landing areas are well lit, and always face equipment when mounting or dismounting.

RIMEX South Africa now ISO 9001-2008 

and B-BBEE Certified

SA HEAVY RIM is delighted about recently obtaining B-BBEEICMEESA 207/16 and ISO 9001-2008 certifications.

In light of these achievements, we will continue to demonstrate SA HEAVY RIM’s proficiency, and continue to provide accomplished service, in accordance with the finest international practices. By means of our  ISO accomplishment, we ensure that our products and services are safe, reliable, and are of supreme quality. Our company implements strategic tactics, guaranteeing reduced costs by means of minimizing waste, diminishing inaccuracies, and increasing productivity. We look forward to accessing new markets, levelling the playing field for developing countries, and aiding in free and fair global trade.



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