Back To Separation School

What’s better than free? Peace of mind.

The end of August is often also regarded as the unofficial end of summer as the days get shorter and the kids head back to school … which brings us to the subjects of education and reports.

If you’re interested in the materials your mining right now and finding out how much of it produce profitable results, we’re offering a free characterization analysis of what you’re digging up. Simply send us a sample of your mined material (up to 1 kilogram) and we’ll evaluate if it’s a good candidate for beneficiation using ST Equipment & Technology’s proprietary electrostatic separation project.

This is important for three reasons:

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  1. You’ll know the value of what you’re mining before setting up a full-scale separation process. Our analysis will determine if the particle size distribution is suitable for our process, as well as to find out if the material is sufficiently liberated in separate, discrete particles. We’ll also measure the element(s), mineral(s) or properties of interest to support a pilot testing campaign.
  2. We’ll provide a detailed report on the results of your small sample test, and offer recommendations on how to proceed with pilot-scale testing, if that is a viable option. Once we are in agreement about the goals of the pilot testing program, we can issue a full pilot plant testing proposal.
  3. The testing and reporting are free of charge for you, so you can make a quality assessment of your mining operation before spending a lot of money. That’s a lot of great information and a great value.

The process is easy, too. Everything you need to know about providing your sample to us is included in our Shipping Instructions. We can accept both international inquiries and hazardous materials, as long as the hazardous materials are properly packaged and documented via the forms included in the shipping instructions.

We’ll do all the work and you’ll get a great education out of it. That’s pretty smart, don’t you think?