Integrated Process Mineralogy Solutions Inc. offers Novel & comprehensive mineralogical services at competitive prices
The mineralogy services include Bulk mineralogy by X-ray powder diffraction analysis and optical microscopy, quantitative Sulphide/Iron-Oxide mineralogy by automated mineralogical techniques (MLA, QEMSCAN and Micro-probe) and gold/precise metals deportment study using both classical and automated mineralogical techniques along with SIMS (Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy) and Laser Ablation ICP-MS analysis.
We have been very successful in timely delivering the accurate and concise mineralogical reports on gold deportment and other mineralogy studies to our clients like Barrick Gold Corporation, Detour Gold, Kinross Gold, Process Research Ore Tech and Au Tec.
To meet the growing demands of Mineral Industries for precise mineralogical information we have developed following services:
Bulk Mineral Scan
designed to provide the overview of mineralogical/petrographic information of new samples and problematic products using XRD and optical microscopy. General Mineral Scan is not quantitative mineralogy analysis but provides an overview for broad problem-solving assistance for the metallurgists.
Quantitative Fe & U-Oxides Deportment
designed to provide quantitative analysis of Iron, Uranium-Oxides, Phosphates and Rare Earths using both classical and automated mineral analyzers. This study includes modal and liberation analysis in different size fractions, association, elemental deportment analysis and mineral grade recovery curves.
Quantitative Sulphides Deportment
designed to provide quantitative deportment for Sulphides using both classical and automated mineral analyzers. This study includes modal and liberation analysis in different size fractions, association, elemental deportment analysis and mineral grade recovery curves.
Quantitative Novel Gold Deportment
study designed to provide precise quantification of gold using state of the art technology for double refractory and complex Au-Cu Ores using classical and automated mineralogical techniques.