Sample Preparation | Stewart Group Global

By: Mineralogy & Metallurgy  09-12-2011
Keywords: laboratory, Mineral Processing

In the sample preparation laboratory considerable attention is devoted to ensure that the subsamples processed through the laboratories are representative of the samples received from the client. Laboratory cleanliness, and quality control systems in the sample preparation areas ensures that reliable results are generated in the mineralogical, mineral processing and analytical laboratories.

The sample preparation team are responsible for:

  • Crushing, screening and splitting bulk samples to prepare them for subsequent testing.
  • Pulverizing and homogenizing subsamples to prepare them for chemical analysis.
  • Particle Size Analysis, including sieve analysis and cyclosizing analysis to collect samples down to 5 microns in size for mineralogical and metallurgical study.
  • Sample storage and inventory.

Keywords: laboratory, Mineral Processing

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