Contract Laboratory has received the following Mining, Metals and ores Laboratory Test Requests which need to be fulfilled! These Laboratory Test Requests are received from a variety of sources ranging from start-up companies to large, multinational Fortune 500 corporations, international organizations, well-respected universities and government agencies that are actively seeking Independent, Third-Party Mining, Metals and ores Laboratories to perform their Mining, Metals and ores Testing, Analysis, Assays, Product Development, Scientific Research Experiments, Inspections, Certifications, and Engineering Projects. If you are a Mining, Metals and ores laboratory that would like more information on these Mining, Metals and ores projects, please visit our registration page or call toll us free 1-855-377-6821.
Test Request 17-01650
Steel manufacturer needs metallurgical Laboratory for color-coated galvanised steel testing including mechanical, thermal (expansion coefficient, vapor diffusion etc.) electrical (dielectric), optical (light penetration) and Heat transmission (solar test) testing.
Test Request 17-01490
PhD student needs geology laboratory for various volcanic rock analyses including chemical, SEM and isotopes analysis. The following specific tests are needed:
Volcanic rocks (age) K - Ar, 3 - 5 samples ( silicate analyses, macro/micro elements, REE ) - Ore mineralogy ( polish section, SEM, EM) - Isotopes for: ( 5 samples for each elements)Sulfur, Sphalerite, Galena, Pyrite,SideriteOxygenCarbonCalcite mono-mineral analysis.
Test Request 17-01312
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.
Test Request 17-00971
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.