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2 Page 1 I ntroduction WHO: WAMS are a dedicated materials handling service provider creating best practice by delivering our clients safety benefits, productivity gains and reduced costs through outside the box thinking, innovative design options and availability & maintainability focus. Halve the costs – Double the life! - Ask us how WHERE are we now & WHAT do we want to achieve: We concentrate our efforts on the continual Process of Improvement. By working together with our clients to understand their overall maintenance requirements we offer pro-active improvement by delivering; A vailability I nnovation M aintainability HOW do we get there: Incorporate a full service package which includes detailed application analyses, innovative design and engineering, through to recommendation, supply and installation. Followed up with a comprehensive condition monitoring and continuous improvement program. WHY: Our extensive processes and systems offer; Predictive maintenance Improved safety through innovative design Reduced inventory Cost reductions Increasing plant availability… to name just a few. WHO: WAMS are a dedicated materials handling service provider creating best practice by delivering our clients safety benefits, productivity gains and reduced costs through outside the box thinking, innovative design options and availability & maintainability focus. Halve the costs – Double the life! - Ask us how WHERE are we now & WHAT do we want to achieve: We concentrate our efforts on the continual Process of Improvement. By working together with our clients to understand their overall maintenance requirements we offer pro-active improvement by delivering; A vailability I nnovation M aintainability HOW do we get there: Incorporate a full service package which includes detailed application analyses, innovative design and engineering, through to recommendation, supply and installation. Followed up with a comprehensive condition monitoring and continuous improvement program. WHY: Our extensive processes and systems offer; Predictive maintenance Improved safety through innovative design Reduced inventory Cost reductions Increasing plant availability… to name just a few.

3 Page 2 The P rocess & the S ystem – POI & WMS WAMS have developed a regimented Process Of Improvement that identifies and details transfer maintenance issues or problems. This detail is then comprehensively reviewed and used to form the basis of an agreed improvement program (POI). An online Wear Management System (WMS) provides the tools to monitor performance and ensure compliance to the program. The following pages outline this Process (POI) and the System (WMS). WAMS have developed a regimented Process Of Improvement that identifies and details transfer maintenance issues or problems. This detail is then comprehensively reviewed and used to form the basis of an agreed improvement program (POI). An online Wear Management System (WMS) provides the tools to monitor performance and ensure compliance to the program. The following pages outline this Process (POI) and the System (WMS).

4 Page 3 P rocess O f I mprovement - POI Audit & Application Analysis Performance Benchmarking Product & Design Options Engineering Detailed Drafting Supply Management The POI (Process Of Improvement) incorporates the following:

5 Page 4 POI – Audit & Application Analysis A comprehensive inspection and review of each area is conducted and documented to identify any problems and to provide detailed recommendations for improvement.

6 Page 5 POI – Performance Benchmarking WAMS establish strict performance requirements for all our products, against which the results are measured. By establishing benchmarks and monitoring the outcomes, we can identify and implement short and long term performance improvements.

7 Page 6 POI – Product & Design Options Innovative Access Solutions Improve; Safety Availability Maintainability Innovative Access Solutions Improve; Safety Availability Maintainability Material AND design options can be considered because WAMS are not commodity suppliers. Application specific solutions are tailored to suit the improvement requirements not just available products or materials. Material AND design options can be considered because WAMS are not commodity suppliers. Application specific solutions are tailored to suit the improvement requirements not just available products or materials.

8 Page 7 POI – Engineering 3D Modelling is utilised for components and structural designs. This enables us to conduct detailed fit analysis to ensure the product fits first time, every time! Complex analysis such as Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is carried out where required.

9 Page 8 POI – Detail Drafting Detailed arrangements and manufacturing drawings are produced once design concepts are finalised.

10 Page 9 POI – Supply Management To maximise cost reductions and reduce inventory levels, we can assist in establishing a supply management system that administers everything from product manufacturing and procurement to stock replacement, Just In Time (JIT) delivery scheduling and Min \ Max stocking levels.

11 Page 10 W ear M anagement S ystem - WMS The WMS incorporates the following; Data Collection (inspections) Data Input (measurements & tonnes) Area Status (live, online access) Area Reporting (reports & action plans) Performance Summary

12 Page 11 WMS – Data Collection Accurate ultrasonic thickness testing (NDT) Customised measure sheets used for data collection ensure critical measure points are collected at each inspection interval.

13 Page 12 WMS – Data Input The WMS allows input of measurement date, Inspection photographs, measurement sheets and thickness values. Other details such as tonnes or hours can also be collected The WMS allows input of measurement date, Inspection photographs, measurement sheets and thickness values. Other details such as tonnes or hours can also be collected

14 Page 13 WMS – Area Status The WMS incorporates graphical representations of wear status for each zone of the area being monitored. Being LIVE DATA, this graphic display changes EVERY DAY, so planners always know the condition of their equipment. The WMS incorporates graphical representations of wear status for each zone of the area being monitored. Being LIVE DATA, this graphic display changes EVERY DAY, so planners always know the condition of their equipment.

15 Page 14 WMS – Area Reporting The WMS also produces detailed reports which include the parts and costs to be replaced for the report period, as well as photographs and measure sheets from the last inspection. Customized reports are available on request The WMS also produces detailed reports which include the parts and costs to be replaced for the report period, as well as photographs and measure sheets from the last inspection. Customized reports are available on request

16 Page 15 WMS – Performance Summary

17 Page 16 WAMS – Case Studies SAFETY – Ridgeway impact plates WEAR – Northparkes Hoisting Skips FLOW – Ridgeway Picking \ Trunk Chute ACCESS – Paraburdoo CV-07 AVAILABILITY – BHPB Newman CV216 –CV218 MAINTAINABILITY – Paraburdoo CV-06 Tripper The WAMS philosophy is not just about wear but encompasses all aspects of materials handling improvement.

18 Page 17 SAFETY – Case Study, Ridgeway Impact Plates BEFOREAFTERMaterial POI $ Freq POI % Maintenance Frequency Material (Only) Costs $ Projected Cost PA $ Maintenance Frequency Material (Only) Costs $ Projected Cost PA $ 2 WEEK3,930$102,1807 WEEKS$ 1,850$ 13,743$ 88,437350% Before: A20mm Q&T with 50 & 75mm cast liner system was the original installation Issues: High maintenance activity Inefficient & unsafe rebuild access High wear rate Before: A20mm Q&T with 50 & 75mm cast liner system was the original installation Issues: High maintenance activity Inefficient & unsafe rebuild access High wear rate After: Designed rotatable liners, Installed rubber compression blocks, Changed cast material specifications, Designed mobile maintenance stand Benefits: Reduced maintenance frequency, Safe rebuild access & storage, Availability improvement After: Designed rotatable liners, Installed rubber compression blocks, Changed cast material specifications, Designed mobile maintenance stand Benefits: Reduced maintenance frequency, Safe rebuild access & storage, Availability improvement

19 Page 18 WEAR – Case Study, Northparkes Hoisting Skips BEFOREAFTERMaterial POI $ Freq POI% Maintenance Frequency Material (Only) Costs $ Projected Cost PA $Maintenance Frequency Material (Only) Costs $ Projected Cost PA $ 5 WEEK$45,500$473,20016 WEEKS$40,000$ 132,000$ 343, % Before: 50 to 180mm rubber Issues: High maintenance activity Reduced volume capacity Before: 50 to 180mm rubber Issues: High maintenance activity Reduced volume capacity After: 20 to 32mm tapered cast lining system incorporating saw tooth 60mm impact zone with 16mm Q & T steel sides & roof Benefits: Reduced maintenance frequency IMPROVED wear material distribution After: 20 to 32mm tapered cast lining system incorporating saw tooth 60mm impact zone with 16mm Q & T steel sides & roof Benefits: Reduced maintenance frequency IMPROVED wear material distribution

20 Page 19 FLOW – Case Study, Ridgeway Picking Spoon BEFOREAFTERMaterial POI $ Freq POI % Maintenance Frequency Material (Only) Costs $ Projected Cost PA $Maintenance Frequency Material (Only) Costs $ Projected Cost PA $ 1 WEEK$ 2,000.00$ 104, WEEKS$ 8,000.00$ 59,000.00$ 45, % Before: 50 & 75mm Q&T liner strips and discharge ledge liners Issues: High maintenance activity Restricted material flow (rockboxing) Before: 50 & 75mm Q&T liner strips and discharge ledge liners Issues: High maintenance activity Restricted material flow (rockboxing) After: 50mm Cast lining incorporating corners on curved back wall. Side walls & skirts are standard tiles Benefits: Reduced maintenance frequency Improved material flow After: 50mm Cast lining incorporating corners on curved back wall. Side walls & skirts are standard tiles Benefits: Reduced maintenance frequency Improved material flow

21 Page 20 ACCESS – Case Study, Paraburdoo CV-07 Before: Fixed steel skirt plates (no adjustment) Cumbersome dust sealing system Issues: Poor maintenance access Safety issues (confined space), significant risk of manual handling injuries Down line affect – Belt damage Before: Fixed steel skirt plates (no adjustment) Cumbersome dust sealing system Issues: Poor maintenance access Safety issues (confined space), significant risk of manual handling injuries Down line affect – Belt damage After: Design and install a modular skirting system that can be fully maintained externally (eliminating confined space entry requirements) Reducing risk of manual handling injuries associated with liner and skirt seal replacement. Design and install UHMWPE primary and rubber secondary skirt seals to improve sealing Benefits: Full external access Simplified skirt clamping mechanism Quick liner replacement After: Design and install a modular skirting system that can be fully maintained externally (eliminating confined space entry requirements) Reducing risk of manual handling injuries associated with liner and skirt seal replacement. Design and install UHMWPE primary and rubber secondary skirt seals to improve sealing Benefits: Full external access Simplified skirt clamping mechanism Quick liner replacement

22 Page 21 AVAILABILITY – Case Study, BHPB Newman CV216 to CV218 Transfer After: Installed WAMS Liner Less chute system Benefits: Liner wear almost eliminated Shutdown regime extended to 8 weeks (plant requirement not chute related) Chute blowouts eliminated After: Installed WAMS Liner Less chute system Benefits: Liner wear almost eliminated Shutdown regime extended to 8 weeks (plant requirement not chute related) Chute blowouts eliminated Before: Hood and Spoon composite white iron block lined chute system Issues: Severe liner wear 4 week inspection/repair regime Regular chute blowouts Before: Hood and Spoon composite white iron block lined chute system Issues: Severe liner wear 4 week inspection/repair regime Regular chute blowouts

23 Page 22 MAINTAINABILITY – Case Study, Paraburdoo CV-06 Tripper After: Installed WAMS patented Gridlock liner design Benefits: Joint wash significantly reduced (almost eliminated) Improved liner utilisation Consistency in liner wear (accurate change out forecasting) After: Installed WAMS patented Gridlock liner design Benefits: Joint wash significantly reduced (almost eliminated) Improved liner utilisation Consistency in liner wear (accurate change out forecasting) Before: Traditional brick pattern liner system using rubber backed white iron liners Issues: Severe liner joint wash Poor liner utilisation Irregular liner change outs (individual liner cracking requiring replacement, difficult to forecast change outs) Before: Traditional brick pattern liner system using rubber backed white iron liners Issues: Severe liner joint wash Poor liner utilisation Irregular liner change outs (individual liner cracking requiring replacement, difficult to forecast change outs)

24 Page 23 WAMS – Supporting documents WAMS standard products listproducts

25 Page 24 WAMS – Operational Areas Olympic Dam Dampier MIM Telfer Lihir Osbourne Endeavour Peak Paraburdoo Tritton Lake Cowal CADIA Cape Lambert Leinster Northparkes Channer West Angeles WAMS Perth Office Orange \ Parkes Offices Newcastle Office Rio Tinto (OTX), BHPB (MP) For WAMS contact details please click on the Web link above & then click Contact Us.Contact Us For WAMS contact details please click on the Web link above & then click Contact Us.Contact Us


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