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Geology laboratory needed for elemental and heavy metals analysis of two ores from a new source including iron ore to >10 ppm, with % or ppm concentrations within 10% or so. I suggest XRF, ICP or a combination. In addition, from another source I have some heavy minerals concentrate and need to know all significant minerals present and their concentrations, including ppm of gold, if any.
Geotechnical laboratory needed for cold compression strength CCS analysis of iron ore lumps. Each sample will be provided individually and must be analyzed separately to avoid mixing or contamination. After analysis carried out, each sample must be preserved separately.
Geology Laboratory needed for ASTM testing: Analys of rock salt (sodium chloride) based on requirements of ASTM D632. Chemical analyses will include sodium chloride purity (%NaCl) and moisture, but sodium ferrocyanide may also be requested. Physical analysis will entail a sieve analysis on the rock salt to determine the particle size distribution.
Mining operation extracting silver and gold needs cyanide bottle roll and size distribution test on some mine tailings to determine process and system cost. How many samples and what sample size will be required to complete the process? We are extracting silver and gold.