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Tomra Insight now available for mining applications

TOMRA Insight, the powerful data platform for enhancing sorting efficiencies, is now available for mining applications Cloud-based data platform unlocks new opportunities to monitor and optimize sorting processes Following its successful launch last year by TOMRA Sorting Recycling, TOMRA Insight is now also being made available to customers of TOMRA Mining and TOMRA Food, and for all three of these ...

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TOMRA’s promise to diamond mining operations: 98 % diamond recovery guaranteed

Maximizing diamond recovery while optimizing costs: this is the priority at the top of the list of every diamond producer (Figure 1). With TOMRA’s holistic approach and cutting-edge technologies, both can be achieved to deliver outstanding results. TOMRA Sorting Solutions, Wedel/Germany, is today the world’s leading supplier of X-Ray Transmission (XRT) diamond recovery technology, having recovered some of the largest ...

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Achieving a circular economy with TOMRA’s sensor-based ore sorting technology

In the face of Climate Change, the calls for a sustainable growth agenda are increasingly urgent. Last March the European Commission announced its Circular Economy Action Plan as one of the main blocks of the European Green Deal. This new EU action plan promotes the idea of a circular economy and fosters sustainable processes along the entire life cycle of ...

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TOMRA introduces virtual demonstration and test sessions to support mining operations

TOMRA Sorting Mining has developed virtual testing capabilities to help mining operations ensure their business and operational continuity, enabling them to take informed purchasing decisions for their sorting plants. This is the latest action in the company’s plan to provide its customers all the support they need in the current situation and take their business forward. Ensuring business continuity at ...

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TOMRA’s multi-channel Laser sorting technology unlocks the potential to produce high-purity quartz

The quartz market has witnessed a steady growth, and this trend is expected to continue. Analysts are forecasting a compound annual growth rate of over 4.5% in the next five years, driven by the increasing demand from the electronics industry. This is mainly due to the more widespread use and increase in production of electronic devices in developing countries, including ...

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TOMRA’s technology and partnership approach delivers record-breaking diamond recoveries for Lucara

Lucara Diamond Corporation owns the Karowe diamond mine in Botswana, which has been in production since 2012. The mine is recognised as one of the foremost producers of very large, high-quality Type IIA diamonds in excess of 10.8 ct. Historic recoveries include the 1,109 ct Lesedi La Rona – the second-largest gem quality diamond ever found – and the 813 ...

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TOMRA’s XRT sensor-based ore sorting technology significantly improves productivity and extends life of San Rafael tin mine

MINSUR SA is a Peruvian mining company, part of the Breca Group of Companies, that owns and runs the largest underground tin mining operation in the world. Located in San Rafael (Figure 1), in the Eastern Mountain chain of the Andes in Peru at a high altitude between 4,500 to 5,200 m above sea level, the mine contributed about 6 % of ...

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TOMRA’s ore sorting technology opens new window of opportunity for Vista Gold

Vista Gold Corporation owns the Mt. Todd project in Australia, which was acquired in 2006 and is one of the country’s biggest undeveloped gold resource. The project, briefly operated in the 1990s, is known for having hard ore (Figure 1). This, and the fact that the project was operated previously, presented particular challenges for Vista Gold. “We had a desire ...

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TOMRA’s ore sorting technology delivers impressive improvement at Stornoway Diamonds Renard mine

Stornoway Diamonds is a leading Canadian diamond exploration and producing company. It owns and operates the Renard Mine (Figure 1), in commercial production operation since 2017. It is the first diamond mine in Québec and one of six in Canada. Renard Mine started with an open-pit mine and subsequently opened an underground mine. The conditions of the mine presented Stornoway ...

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TOMRA’s technology and partnership approach delivers record-breaking diamond recoveries for Lucara

Lucara Diamond Corporation owns the Karowe diamond mine in Botswana, which has been in production since 2012. The mine is recognised as one the foremost producers of very large, high-quality Type IIA diamonds in excess of 10.8 carats. Historic recoveries include the 1,109 carat Lesedi La Rona – the second-largest gem quality diamond ever found – and the 813 carat ...

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