X-ray ore sorting at Wolfram Camp Mine/Australia

W  olfram Camp (Australia) was first discovered in 1894, and has operated intermittently under a number of owners producing Tungsten, Molybdenum and Bismuth Concentrates. In 2008, Open Cut Mining and Ore Processing through a new Concentrator commenced operation; however the plant operated for less than three months when technical difficulties coupled with a shortage of working capital, further compounded by the global financial crisis, resulted in a suspension of operations. Wolfram Camp Mining Pty Limited was acquired by the current owners in 2011 and embarked on a plant modification and...

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