As you might have heard, IMA Engineering is moving. Yes, we confirm that!
When working with drill cuttings sampling analysis we at IMA noticed that the
Join us on November 11, from 5:00 pm in the Discussion Group where
During the COVID19 crises traveling to mining sites is difficult. This might be
In times of distress IMA Engineering, took measures to minimize human exposure to
A new year brings new opportunities and this is also the case
The IMA Engineering team attended the 6th illuMINEation consortium meeting, hosted by Boliden, in Sweden. For three days, companies involved in the project had the chance to discuss the project updates, and exchange ideas.
IMA Engineering issued the very first IMA FCA training certificates for operating and maintaining the Fast Conveyor Analyzer, in Chile. Oscar McCammond, IMA project manager, provided the training.
Chilean mines are interested to test and use IMA Engineering’s technology, to improve their operations. As IMA was present at the Expomin with its partner, Nicolaides S.A., many visitors expressed interest in our smart mining
Last week, we talked about how companies use it all around the world, in different mining applications. Now, we take the Autosampler underground. The IMA Autosampler drill cuttings sampling, splitting and bagging device which has been used in surface drilling applications all over world has found a new application in drilling.
When working with drill cuttings sampling analysis we at IMA noticed that the conventional samplers with riffle and cone type sample splitters that take physical samples from drill chip were not giving good enough representative samples. We thought that there has to be a better way – and came up with the Autosampler.
Join us on November 11, from 5:00 pm in the Discussion Group where Ilpo Auranen will talk about Ore Sorting Deepdive.
During the COVID19 crises traveling to mining sites is difficult. This might be a challenge for the foreseeable future. Even before the current crises, IMA embarked on a digital transformation journey to be able to support its customers remotely and to reduce its carbon footprint due to traveling related emissions.
In times of distress IMA Engineering, took measures to minimize human exposure to COVID19. While working remotely, we are still fully operational and committed to supporting our clients wherever they are on the planet. Just drop us a line and will be happy to connect with you.