Analysis by BMI Research predicts that Mexico’s mining industry will experience one of...
Mining in Mexico: activity and expectation is high in 2018
Analysis by BMI Research predicts that Mexico’s mining industry will experience one of the fastest recoveries in Latin America due to the strong price performance of its key commodities – gold, silver, copper and zinc – along with a steady project pipeline and supportive regulatory framework. Heidi Vella profiles Mexico’s mining sector and its prospects for 2018 and beyond.
Innovation Beyond Fabric
By combining the strength and versatility of structural steel with the proven benefits of a fabric membrane, Legacy Building Solutions is proud to offer customised structures built to your exact requirements.
New Local Gold Producer Chooses Luehr for its Randall’s Gold Project
As part of its new Randall's Gold Project, located around 60km south-east of Kalgoorlie, Integra Mining installed a large crushing and screening plant.
Luehr Supplies Wet Scrubber for Savannah Nickel Shed Ventilation
The principal purpose of the dust collection system would be to maintain the shed under a negative pressure to prevent dust egress from the building.
A Record Year End for Product Shipments
As 2017 comes to a close, many mines are spending the remainder of their capital budgets on technologies that will help them improve results in the new year – and these purchases are keeping the production team at Motion Metrics very busy.
Luehr Supplies Wet Scrubber for Port of Tauranga, New Zealand
An exhaust rate of 36,000m³/h was selected based on the size of the shed, which was a sealed construction design and the access doors would be closed during the in and out loading operations.
Luehr Supplies ZK180 Wet Scrubber to West African Gold Mine
The scrubber is a low-maintenance design and therefore is well-suited to the remote mine location with limited maintenance personnel available.
Luehr Reverse Air Dust Collectors Chosen for Major Iron Ore Growth Projects
A major Australian mining company entering a significant growth phase required large dust extraction systems to control the dust generated from their proposed iron ore crushing and screening plants.
Reviving uranium mining at the Grand Canyon
Proposals to rip up a moratorium preventing uranium mining around the Grand Canyon have received sharp criticism and bullish support in almost equal measures. But, as always, the devil is in the detail, so how far does the current moratorium go and what is being proposed in its stead? Dr Gareth Evans finds out.
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