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Our People

Jan Lux - expert in extractive metallurgy

Jan Lux heads up TEE. His 16+ years of experience in the field is unmatched in sub-Saharan Africa.
Jan has worked extensively in this industrie and has published many papers, which study the influence of different parameters on grinding efficiency, like:

  • Mill speed
  • Ball size
  • Pulp density
  • Grate discharge or overflow discharge
  • Liner design
  • Closed or open circuit
  • Feed size,...etc

Tebogo Rutlokoane

Tebogo studied at the Milpark Business School and thereafter studied Metallurgy at the Tshwane University of Technology and the University of Johannesburg

He has been employed at de Beers and Lonmin Platinum, and well as Metallurgical Foreman at Sociedade Mineira do Chitotolo and Assistant Recovery Manager at Manhattan Corporation..

Our Products

TEE designs, manufactures and supplies, among others, the following products:

Products & Solutions

Rubber mill liners

Rubber mill liners Increase wear life and reduce downtime in medium to fine grinding applications.

Chute liners

Chute liners are used to transfer ore  from the feed conveyor belt into the mill.


Pan liners & pulp lifters

Pan chute liners are used to transport pulp once it has gone through the discharge grates.

Flotation cells, spares, Central Cones, Rotors

TEE manufactures new flotation spares (rotors and stators).

Ceramic spigots.

TEE supplies nitiride bonded silicone carbide spigots.

Trunnion liners

Trunnion liners are potential failure points in a mill as these liners protect the mill journal from wear.

Lip liners

Lip liners are being used on certain types of mills to ensure a smooth transition of the ore from the feed chute into the mill.

The cost saving properties of rubber liners

Beside electricity and grinding media, mill liners are the highest operating milling expense. TEE liners are designed to obtain the lowest overall grinding cost (liners/balls/electricty) and maximum grinding efficiency.