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Remote installations and reduction in CO2 emissions

At IMA Engineering we are committed to helping our customers improve mining efficiency, while leaving a smaller carbon footprint behind.

Since the early years of our company, our mission has always been the same: Increase productivity in mining while helping our customers to move towards more sustainable mining practices.

With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we have reduced and, in many cases, halted completely our travel plans to visit our customers. We worked hard to transform and adapt to the new global economical and environmental situations, and this led to remote deliveries and installation of our smart mining solutions. This month we delivered and installed the IMACON remotely in Peru. Our solutions are installed and used in a copper mine.

We are extremely proud that we can reach and serve our customers remotely and at the same time reduce our carbon footprint due to no traveling.

Looking for smart mining solutions to help you increase operational efficiency in mines?Contact us for a free consultation and learn more what IMA technology can do for you.

 

What is IMA Engineering?

IMA Engineering has used on-line sensors for analyzing ore and waste rock in mining for more than 25 years. Today IMA on-line sensors are used in various stages of the mining process including on-line analysis of drill cores, drill chips, ore and waste in loader bucket, ROM ore analysis on belt conveyor belt and in bulk ore sorting and in slurry analysis in concentrators.

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