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ALS Minerals Iron Ore Technical Centre (IOTC) An Industry Focused Service Offering R IG H T S O L U T I O N S | R IGH T PA RT NE R IRON ORE TECHNICAL CENTRE (IOTC)
7000m2 FACILITY Analytical - XRF Haematite Testing HyLoggerTM Web Access via CoreViewerTM Magnetite Upgrading Iron Ore Beneficiation Pilot Plant Operations Davis Tube Recovery (DTR) Heavy Liquid Separation Mineralogical Investigations ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre
2 Services Offered Primary Services Analytical Services for: Exploration Resource Definition Metallurgical Services for: Process development
and optimisation Ore characterisation and beneficiation Continuous pilot plant testing ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 3 Analytical - Exploration and Resource Definition Elemental Analysis
Automated Fusion TGA System (HAG8) in place Simultaneous XRF analysis for Fe and W ores Current capacity of 5,000 samples/ day Scalable XRF capacity of 10,000 samples/ day Magnetic susceptibility Laser sizing True SG analysis ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre
4 Analytical - Exploration and Resource Definition HyloggingTM Spectral analysis for scanning of drill core, chips & powder Digital images and surface
spectra to provide mineralogical information Visual characterisation of colour and texture of material logged Derived data readily exported into 3D visualisation & mine planning packages Capable of logging up to 3,000 chip samples per day Capable of logging up to 600m of core per day ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 5 Metallurgical Process Development and Optimisation Metallurgical Capabilities:
15 metre automated drop tower ISO/ JIS iron ore physical testing tumble strength ISO/JSM Thermal testing RI, RDI, DI Hematite sample preparation for chemical & metallurgical analysis Magnetite testing including wet
and dry magnetic separation (LIMS) On site short term warehouse storage Hazardous Material preparation area in enclosed block ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 6 Ore Characterisation and Beneficiation Beneficiation Methods:
Wet & Dry low intensity magnetic separation (LIMS) Wet high intensity magnetic separation (WHIMS) Miniflux fluidised bed separator Alljig laboratory jigging unit Up-Current Classifier Erikson Cone Heavy Media Classifier Floatation direct & reverse Davis Tube testwork Scrubbing testwork
Permroll high gauss magnetic separation ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 7 Continuous Pilot Plant Testing Pilot Facilities:
Management Continuous jig Scrubbing Upgrading ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 8 Magnetic Susceptibility Magnetic susceptibility is used to determine magnetic characteristics of a sample prior to DTR is undertaken ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 9
Magnetic Separation using DTR ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 10 Magnetic Concentrate for XRF post DTR ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 11 WebtrieveTM Enhanced Functionality Functionality:
ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 12 WebtrieveTM CoreViewerTM Core Photography/Web Access ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 13 Robotic Fusion and TGA (HAG) Quality, Throughput, Consistency 1000 determinations/day ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre
14 Robotic Weighing and Fusion ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 15 Induction coil Fusion creating XRF Discs ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 16 Automated Disc presentation to XRF Spectrometer
ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 17 Manual Fusion Room Current Capacity 4000 fusions/day ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre 18 Thermal Gravimetric Analysers (TGA) Balancing Capacity with Fusion throughput ALS Minerals | Iron Ore Technical Centre
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