Drill core scanner for chemistry, structures, density and photography for exploration and grade control. Enhancing revenue, reducing cost and increasing efficiency.
Fast turnaround drill core assays based on XRF. Non-destructive analysis in high resolution along the full core length allows for further in-depth analysis. Receive more assay data while reducing sample preparation and logistics, without increasing the assay budget.
Semi-automatic fracture frequency analysis, as a part of calculating the RQD-value. Reduce measurement time and produce documentation on how the measurement was done.
High resolution core photography. Consistently acquired and automatically managed. Provides a documentation prepared for the future and an ease of mind. Saves time on routine core photography and data management tasks.
Measurement of structural features, digitally and fast. The use of digital tools reduce subjectivity and time when measuring the alpha and beta angles of fractures, veins or other features of the core.
Receive an estimation of specific gravity on any interval along the drill core, without time consuming physical measurements. Reduce handling time and cost while receiving more data as base for your resource estimation.
The Minalyzer CS is equipped with harware and software enabling client specific instrument calibration and drift check routines as a basis for advanced QA/QC tasks and compliance.
Instruments developed by Minalyze are provided as a service to the mining and
exploration industry. The service is offered on site or at Minalyze Core Competence
Centres around the world. A Scanning project can be anything from a couple of meters
to on-going projects for years. Our services help you...
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