Since the beginning of 2021, we have seen an increase in demand for
In the context of an increasingly growing market like the one of batteries,
While using their in house developed ore and mineral analysis technology, IMA Engineering and
Earlier this year we introduced The Autosampler – A new IMA product for drill chip sampling and now we have a few exciting updates regarding product deliveries and demand. You can read more about the IMA Autosampler, its features and benefits here.
Since the beginning of 2021, we have seen an increase in demand for our data driven mining technology, especially for IMACON and conveyor belt applications (BOSS – Bulk Ore Sorting System). This month we are delivering and remotely installing IMACON and conveyor applications solutions in Peru, Chile and South Africa.
IMA Engineering is happy to announce that the ITERAMS project reached its next stage after 2 years of hard work. Now in proof of concept phase, the teams are busy working on testing and publishing their research made in mines in Finland, Portugal and South-Africa.
In the context of an increasingly growing market like the one of batteries, which by 2025 is estimated to reach €250 billion, Europe wants to become the leader in innovation, digitalisation and decarbonisation. Battery production is essential for clean energy transition, therefore research and innovative technologies play a strategic role.
IMA Engineering is taking part in the ITERAMS project which is developing solutions to improve efficiency and profitability in mining. The project’s aim is to improve the recycling of water, the valorisation of tailing and the minimisation of the environmental footprint in mines.
In early February IMA Engineering together with the Embassy of Finland from Lusaka visited Mabiza Munali Nickel Mine and RAP-village. The Finnish government has been supporting development projects in Zambia for more than 45 years.
While using their in house developed ore and mineral analysis technology, IMA Engineering and Mine On-Line Service (MOLS ) have noticed that ore’s are more complex and heterogenous than what is commonly observed when using conventional sampling and analysis technology. In order to increase understanding of ore heterogeneity the IMA & MOLS has decided to join the OredVR project