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23 November 2016
Lucapa Diamond Company Limited and its partners, Empresa Nacional de Diamantes E.P. and Rosas & Petalas, are pleased to announce that following a successful commissioning phase the new XRT large diamond recovery circuit is in commercial operation processing oversize alluvial gravels at the Lulo Diamond Project in Angola.
18 October 2016
Having unearthed the 1 109ct ‘Lesedi la Rona’ – the second-largest gem quality diamond ever discovered and the 813ct ‘Constellation’ which was the most expensive rough diamond ever sold – in November last year, Lucara Diamond Corp. of Vancouver has now completed the upgrade of their large diamond recovery (LDR) XRT unit at the Karowe mine in Botswana.
27 July 2016
TOMRA Sorting’s mining team will be attending MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 26-28, 2016. TOMRA Sorting’s mining experts will be available at Stand 708 in the North Hall to explain the key advantages sensor-based sorting can bring to your operations.
09 May 2016
It is expected that the demand for lithium in traditional applications is set to continue its gradual increase.
22 January 2016
Successful outcomes from the EU-funded I2Mine project were presented at New Boliden, Sweden. TOMRA Sorting Mining is contributing to the concept of an invisible, zero-impact mine where the focus is on the development of technologies suitable for deep mining activities.
24 November 2015
TOMRA Sorting Mining congratulates Lucara Diamond Corp.upon the recent recovery of a magnificent 1,111ct type IIa diamond using TOMRA X-ray transmission (XRT) technology at their Karowe Mine in Botswana.
17 March 2015
TOMRA Sorting´s innovative X-ray transmission (XRT) technology is installed at Karowe Diamond mine, Botswana, for diamond recovery.
28 January 2015
TOMRA SORTING MINING SECURES MAJOR CONTRACT FOR MA’ADEN´S SAUDI ARABIA PHOSPHATE PROJECT
TOMRA Sorting Mining has secured a contract to supply a sensor-based sorting system consisting of nine sorters for the greenfield plant at Umm Wu’al, Saudia Arabia.
02 June 2014
A compendium analyzing the characteristics of sensor-based sorting technology and evaluating its implementation in mining has recently been published.
08 April 2014
TOMRA Sorting Solutions enters into cooperation with Outotec to expand its comminution product portfolio
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