Spectrometer Technologies is the preferred supplier of high integrity and reliable handheld XRF and scientific analytical equipment in Sub Saharan Africa for the mining and mineral industry.
Spectrometer Technologies markets a comprehensive range of handheld and benchtop analytical analysers and spectrometers most widely used in Exploration, Mining, Metal, Food and Pharmaceutical markets - AAS, UV-Vis, EA, NIR, ED-XRF, Texture.
The rapid analysis capabilities of these Spectrometers line's allows for accurate high volume (non-destructive) sample throughput on a daily basis.
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Spectrometer Technologies exports these products to more than 30 countries in Sub Saharan Africa.
The livelihood of businesses that buy and recycle gold, such as jewelry stores and pawnbrokers, depends on being able to determine the accurate karat (K) weight of gold jewelry. The amount of gold in an alloy is measured with a unit called a karat. One karat is equal to one part in twenty-four, so an 18 karat gold ring contains 18 parts pure gold and 6 parts alloy material. The alloy material c.....
The latest technology is finding uses in some of the world's biggest mines.
Mining Indaba is a sizeable exhibition where companies show off the latest technology the industry has to offer.
Africa Business Report went to the exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa, to take a closer look.
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XRF is a non-destructive analytical technique used to determine the elemental composition of materials. This technology is used in mining and exploration,
Metal can be found almost everywhere. We see copper wiring in building construction, electrical products, machinery, and telecommunications. The nickels we have in our pockets may not be able to buy much, but nickel is a valuable commodity used in transportation, defense, electrical equipment, manufacturing, and even the chemical and petroleum industries. Steel is the main structure in building.....
The Steel Recycling Institute (SRI) reported that steel is North America’s most recycled material. This past year alone, over 63 million tons of steel have been recycled. SRI reports the latest figures on their website and you can see the approximations grow second by seco.....