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Tega Corporate Presentation

Headquartered in Kolkata, Tega was promoted in 1976 by the Mohanka family in a technical & financial collaboration with Skega AB, Sweden; In 1998, Mohanka family acquired 100% equity stake in the Company.

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Tega Corporate Presentation

  1. 1. Tega Industries “A Global Wear Solution Provider” Tega Industries Ltd 1
  2. 2. Company Overview Tega Industries Ltd 2
  3. 3. Introduction to Tega • Headquartered in Kolkata, Tega was promoted in 1976 by the Mohanka family in a technical & financial collaboration with Skega AB, Sweden; In 1998, Mohanka family acquired 100% equity stake in the Company • The Company specializes in manufacturing and distribution • Wear resistant lining components required for grinding, sizing and beneficiation of minerals • Downstream equipment such as hydro-cyclones and flotation columns, fluid transportation and filtration systems used in mineral processing, bulk material handling and slurry transportation industry
  4. 4. Facilities All Over the World • Over the years, the Company has set up a large export market for its products in more than 72 countries • It has 3 manufacturing plants in India,1 in South Africa, 2 in Chile and 1 in Australia supported by a highly experienced R&D team • 32 patents worldwide Tega Industries Ltd 4
  5. 5. A Truly Global Workforce A truly multinational with sales and distribution network around 16 countries and 1600 employees worldwide Tega Industries Ltd 5
  6. 6. Group of Companies
  7. 7. Significant Partnerships Tega has developed lasting and rewarding partnerships in mining and processing operations worldwide. We believe in long term mutually beneficial relationships and strive to build partnerships.
  8. 8. CSR Activities • Bhavishya Asha: A scholarship programme for the meritorious • “AHEAD” a model school for mentally challenged and autistic children • Tega Industrial Technical Training Center (TITTC) aims to improve skills of shop floor workers • School for Civil Construction Workers’ children • Integrated village development programmes Tega Industries Ltd 8
  9. 9. Our Philosophy Tega Industries Ltd 9
  10. 10. Vision Committed to engineering flawless solutions that enrich the future of mining Tega Industries Ltd 10 Mission To distinguish ourselves in providing lasting solutions to the complex problems of material handling, wear and separation of ores found in mining and mineral processing industries
  11. 11. What is “Partnerships in Practice” ? For 40 years at Tega we have lived by this philosophy. To work together with our clients. To understand complex problems, engineer flawless solutions and deliver them on time. To leave a strong impact on the productivity and performance of more than 700 esteemed clients across the world. Because we believe “Working Together Can Create Wonders” Tega Industries Ltd 11
  12. 12. The 4 Step Process At Tega, we create value for our customers globally, by bringing them innovative technologies, products and services. We have a simple 4 step process of creating & delivering value: Step 1 - Audit: We study the process and operational parameters along with design of the existing equipment Step 2 - Analysis: We analyse the data collected in the Audit stage, using our proprietary software programmes like DEM, FEM ,CFD etc Step 3 - Customised Solution: Our R&D and engineering excellence use the Analysis as an input to unearth a trailblazing, innovative, flawless solution. Step 4 - Solution Delivery: We provide on-time delivery and installation, after sales support and training to customer personnel. Tega Industries Ltd 12
  13. 13. Adding Edge to Partnerships Tega Industries Ltd 13 1. Engineering Expertise 2. Leading Edge R &D 3. Superior Quality 4. Total Solution Approach 5. Knowledge , People & Expertise 6. Proactive 7. Unmatched Services
  14. 14. Solution Driven Approach Tega Industries Ltd 14 Customer Needs • Enhanced Performance • Maximizing Asset Life • Less Downtime • Increasing Profit Tega • R & D • Engineering • Product • Service • Ownership • Improvement in Screening Efficiency • Lifetime Optimization • Downtime Reduction • Smart Wear Management Screen & Trommel • Capacity Enhancement • Optimized operation • Installation Time Reduction • Liner Life Increase Mill & Hydrocyclone • Efficient Material Transfer • Spillage and Maintenance Free Operation Optimization • Reduced Degeneration Bulk Storage and Transfer Point • Efficient Material Transfer • Spillage Free • Maintenance Free • Power Optimization Conveyor
  15. 15. Our Engineering Excellence Tega Industries Ltd 15
  16. 16. Engineering Excellence Tega Industries Ltd 16 Product Design
  17. 17. RIVALRY Engineering Activities • Design Calculations • Simulations • DEM • FEM • CFD • Prototyping/Testing Tega Industries Ltd 17
  18. 18. PARAMTERS VALUE PARAMTERS VALUE PARAMTERS VALUE Feed Size (F80) in microns 80000 Work Index (KWH/ton) 17.4 % Critical Speed 82 Inside Dia of the mill (mt.) 9.15 Mill Factor 350 Ore Specific Gravity 2.7 Selected Maxm Ball Size 0 Charge Volume Percentage 0.2737 DYNAMIC MEDIA CHARGE ANGLE 175.71 ACTUAL SPEED (RPM) 11.47 CALCULATED PARAMETERS RADIAL POSITION OF MILL CHARGE INNER SURFACE (Mt.) 3.36 MEAN TRAVEL TIME FOR MATERIAL IN THE CHARGE (FROM TOE TO SHOULDER) (SECOND) 5.11 MEAN TRAVEL TIME FOR MATERIAL IN FREE FALL (FROM SHOULDER TO TOE) (SECOND) 1.11 MEAN RADIAL POSITION OF THE MILL CHARGE (Mt.) 3.804 RATIO OF EXPERIMENTAL CRITICAL SPEED TO THEORETICAL CRITICAL SPEED 1.14 MAXIMUM BALL SIZE (mm) 180.91 50.90 INPUT PARAMETERS MILL CALCULATIONS CRITICAL SPEED (RPM) 13.98 TOE ANGLE (DEGREE) 235.19 SHOULDER ANGLE (DEGREE) Basic Design Calculation in Mill Tega Industries Ltd 18
  19. 19. Proposed modification at this zone EXISTINGPROPOSAL Avg. K.E = 1.56 J Avg. K.E = 1.59 J Avg. K.E = 1.59 J Avg. K.E = 1.56 J DEM Application in WP Tega Industries Ltd 19
  20. 20. 38 FEM Applications in Mill
  21. 21. Trajectories of particle sizes starting 20 microns range are showing higher residence time than the 10 and 15 microns, depicting the cut size of the design lies above 20 micron. CFD Application in Hydrocyclone Tega Industries Ltd 21
  22. 22. Lifter Bar Testing Testing Tega Industries Ltd 22
  23. 23. Product Range Tega Industries Ltd 23
  24. 24. Product Range Tega Industries Ltd 24
  25. 25. Wear Products Tega Industries Ltd 25
  26. 26. Separation Tega Industries Ltd 26
  27. 27. Conveyance Tega Industries Ltd 27 Fri Flo
  28. 28. Tega Industries Ltd 28 Thank You…

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