Cutting-edge alloys are big business

Through an ARC Linkage Project, Weir Minerals access sophisticated microscopy in the AMMRF at the University of Sydney. The researchers are developing new super-tough alloys to keep their mining machinery at the leading edge of the market.

Weir Minerals employs nearly 7,000 people worldwide, delivering end-to-end solutions for mining, dewatering, transportation, milling, processing and waste management activities.

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