Pre-concentration by Bulk Ore Sorting (BOS) has gained interest in the mining industry over the past few years due to its environmental and economic benefits. The BOS method is utilizing reducing natural rock heterogeneity in separating the waste rock from the ore before it enters energy intensive grinding and mineral processing process.
IMA Engineering is one of the first companies to integrate X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) technology into the drill core analysis process. Together with our partners from Mine On-Line Service we developed and produced the Nordic region’s first mobile core scanner prototype more than seven years ago. Ilpo Auranen, Chairman of IMA Engineering, has been recently interviewed by the International Mining Magazine on the topic of drill core analysis.
Join us on November 11, from 5:00 pm in the Discussion Group where Ilpo Auranen will talk about Ore Sorting Deepdive.
This week the Western Mining Group from China is visiting Finland and meeting representatives from the major mining companies in the country.
Last month we were in Peru for Perumin 34, the second-largest mining convention in the world and we were happy to meet customers and so many old and new friends.
In June IMA Engineering continued the collaboration with the Zambian mining technology through the Kitwe seminar. IMA Engineering has been appointed by the Finnish Embassy and AGS Programme Management Unit in Lusaka to conduct a feasibility study whose aim is to develop new mining businesses and encourage collaboration between Finnish and Zambian mining technology providers.
We are please to announced the new issue of the Africa Outlook magazine where IMA Engineering was featured. Africa Outlook is a digital and print product for business executives across a wide range of industries wanting to keep up with the latest in global news affecting African businesses.
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.