Metal production relies strongly on carbon, and therefore reducing your carbon intensity is not simple. With growing pressure on operations to cut CO2 emissions our latest blog discusses different process changes that could reduce your carbon intensity.
Preventing premature erosion of mineral processing equipment through fluids engineering can minimise the high-level cost and risk of relying on replacements
The AUSIMM conference 2019 provided great insight into the switch towards including downstream processing in new battery minerals processing builds. As the opportunities for new processing operations increase, so do the expectations that mining operators will create value for local communities.
Falling ore grade and increasing ore complexity are making metallurgical testwork more challenging. We can help you overcome insufficient testing.
Pilot scale facilities present a more accurate representation of process optimisation than other scale and modelling methods alone.
TMS 2019 uncovered three key challenges facing the mineral processing sector this year, and into the future. Discover how these challenges could affect your operation and how you can overcome them.
Changes in fluid technologies are making it possible for slurry mixing operations to achieve the same results without using baffles, reducing the risk and cost of downtime due to maintenance or faults.
The ever-growing battery market has resulted in an increased demand for battery materials, providing the mineral processing industry a unique opportunity to increase production. Here are some key insights to consider before attempting to enter the battery market.
Slurry transport is a complex process involving multiple phenomena, with optimisation requiring deep understanding and clever solutions. By proactively addressing operational risks, you can optimise your processes for more effective slurry transport, resulting in reduced energy consumption and increased productivity.