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Jwaneng Mine Debswana - Doors Installation

Jwaneng Mine at Debswana is the richest diamond mine in the world by value. The mine became fully operational in August 1982, when it was officially opened by the then President of Botswana, His Excellency Sir Ketumile Masire. Construction of the mine and the township commenced rapidly, the former coming into full production in July 1982.

Jwaneng Mine is the flagship of Debswana due to substantially higher dollar per carat obtained for its gems. Jwaneng Mine contributes about 60-70% of Debswana’s total revenue.

Critical Issues:


Doors that are reliable and need minimum maintenance were required. If doors are difficult to operate, unsafe or problematic they can create a dirty environment, cause injury or downtime.

Environmental control:

The mining environment is very dusty and dirty. For haul trucks to be maintained they need to be serviced and maintained regularly in a clean and efficient workshop.

Maxiflex Door Systems provided:

  • 1 vertical lifting crane door – 16m wide x 20m high
  • 20 Albany UltraBig doors – 11,7m wide x 9m high
  • 2 Albany UltraTough doors – 6m wide x 6m high
  • 2 Albany RapidRoll doors – 6m wide x 6m high


The doors are very safe, easy and quick to operate. Rugged design to handle the most extreme conditions, making these doors robust and reliable with very little downtime The fewest moving parts for low maintenance.

Manufacturer and supplier of Industrial doors and Loading dock equipment

14a Foreman Street, Spartan Ext 7
Kempton Park
South Africa

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