LIVESTREAMS: How sensor-based sorting technology makes mining profitable in line with ESG principles

Sensor-based sorting technology is gaining importance in the face of more stringent environmental requirements and limited resources. On 25 and 26 October 2023, Lerato Kotelo, Global Application Manager for Mining at STEINERT, will explain how sensor-based sorting technology makes mining profitable in line with ESG principles in two livestreams. Registration and more information under the following link:

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STEINERT, one of the leading suppliers in this area, offers a range of versatile solutions. The combination of up to four sensors makes maximum precision possible and cuts operating costs, while increasing the value of the mined material. Mining companies can therefore meet ESG criteria while operating at a profit. The technology permits efficient pre-concentration, increases yields from low-concentrate ores and reduces the amount of transport needed. In the secondary mining of stockpiles in particular, sorting brings huge benefits by turning low-grade rock into recyclable concentrates.

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Sorting specialist STEINERT has brought together all the facts in one Solution Guide called “Sensor-based sorting for mineral processing”.

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