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Company:
WipWare Inc.
Website:
Location:
  • 685 Bloem St
  • NORTH BAY, ON
  • P1B4Z5

Contact Information

Telephone:
705-472-2664
Alternate Telephone:
Fax:
705-472-2645
Email:
sales@wipware.com
Markets:
Australia, Belgium, Botswana, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Côte d'Ivoire, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Russian Federation, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay
Number of Employees:
1-10
Year Established:
1995-05-01
Industries Classification:
213119  Other Support Activities for Mining
541510  Computer Systems Design and Related Services
Updated on:
2015-06-09,  Industry Canada
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WipWare Inc.

Company Profile

WipWare Inc.developes and sells image analysis systems and related support and consulting services to the international mining, quarrying and construction industries. WipFrag, the most popular of the WipWare products allows mining companies, explosives engineers and quarry operations to measure the size distribution of rock fragments to optimize blasting and to achieve any given fragmentation with minimum explosives and drilling costs. This innovative technology is useful in measuring other granular materials and can be utilized on conveyors,crushers,mills and wherever materials handling efficiency requires fast and accurate size monitoring.

Products/Services

  • Photoanalysis Systems Image based systems to measure the sizes and size distributions of broken rock or other granular particles such as those generated by blasting or aggregate production.

  • MailFrag photoanalysis service A mail-in service that allows photographs, slides and videotape images of blasted rock to be sent for analysis to determine the size distribution. Measurements for blast optimization.

  • Custom photoanalysis systems Custom system designs tailored to specific needs ie. conveyor setups, automated sampling, quality assurance, you name it!

  • WipFrag Leading fragmentation analysis software measures particle sizes through photo analysis. Allows users to measure particle size from photos they take themselves. Includes BlastCast blast prediction model and WipJoint, formerly a stand-alone software product. ConnectIT Category Description: ENVIRONMENT, NATURAL RESSOURCES Mining

  • Solo Solo is a portable self contained monitoring unit for continuously checking the size distribution of material on conveyors. It installs in less than 15 minutes and only requires an AC power source.

  • Reflex Reflex is the best way to monitor material sizes on scoop trams, haulage trucks, rail cars and vessels. It is completely automated and the most effective way to quantify blast fragmentation.

  • Momentum Expandable conveyor belt monitoring solution employing cameras, sensors and lighting to feed images via fiber optic cable to a central workstation for processing and analysis returning real-time results 24/7 and can be used to automate processes.

  • M4 M4 M4 is a completely automated portable system that measures particle size on conveyor belts or moving vehicles in real time providing accurate process information accessible from anywhere in an operation. Because M4 is capable of detecting relative changes or contamination in a process it can reduce energy and maintenance costs, enhance personnel safety and improve throughput as well as quality control. Benefits Include: ? Blast optimization ? SAG/AG mill optimization ? Pre/Post crusher evaluation ? Quality control on load-out conveyors ? Oversize detection on run-of-mine material ? Temporary runs of material in quarry operation

  • Conveyor measurement systems

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