STEINERT delivers mobile sorting solution for ore processing

Recently, Ore Sorting Australia Pty Ltd purchased the latest Mobile Containerised X-Ray and Induction combination Ore Sorter from STEINERT, the first of its kind in Australia. Combining various innovative technologies and experienced manpower, this is an ideal Mobile solution for remote mining sites (Fig. 1). Ore Sorting Australia Pty Ltd is now in a position to offer a Mobile “one stop shop” with an experienced management team that aims to increase the potential of projects requiring complete ore sorting processing solutions. The inclusion of STEINERT’s Mobile sensor-based system is for customers who want to take their recovery process on the road, and allows for precise mining sensor sorting anywhere. The modules are connected together as “plug and play” units and enable rapid commissioning at the customer’s premises.

The integrated compressors and diesel generator enable operation even throughout remote regions. “During the tougher economic periods, our technology is ideal for the more marginal mines where it can be seen to make the difference between closing down completely or continuing to operate profitably,” STEINERT Australia’s Director, Johan van Zyl says (Fig. 2). “Sensor-based sorting technology can significantly decrease the loss of minerals and ores experienced during the everyday process of crushing and separation, thereby saving mining companies time and improving their bottom line.”


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