Grade control in mining plays a key part in distinguishing ore and waste rock borders and in understanding the true ore grade location and value.
IMA Autosampler: drill-chip sampling device
Control grade in mining
The IMA Autosampler automates the sampling, sample splitting, and sample bag change process. The system preserves the geological structure in the sample bag for detailed ore, waste border recognition, and visual chips logging.
It reduces manual labor versus traditional sampling, thus liberating geologists and drill helpers for more productive and safer work.
The splitter system produces highly representative and right-sized samples for easy handling and further processing.
The longitudinal SoftCore™ samples can be geologically logged visually for detailed ore and waste border positioning.
Automated drill chip sampler for R/C and blast hole drills
Taking representative physical samples from drill cuttings while drilling
Can be integrated and retrofitted on any drill
Automatic/driller-controlled sample bag change from drill cabin
Unique Softcore™ sample bags enable visual logging of chips
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