METS Ignited 2018 Collaboration Award
We are extremely excited to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist at the METS Ignited 2018 Collaboration Award with our PCM® solution!
METS Ignited has chosen four outstanding examples of industry collaboration as finalists for its third annual Collaboration Award, which will be presented at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) Gala Dinner in Melbourne Wednesday October 31.
The judges chose projects that contributed to a culture of collaboration within the mining innovation ecosystem and achieved mutual business gains through successful collaboration.
Magotteaux had demonstrated that using an electrochemically inert grinding media changes the pulp and surface chemistry, the magnitude of which has been routinely measured in the laboratory. It was not a giant leap forward to develop an instrument to make the same measurements in a plant, continuously and in real time – which led to the creation of the Pulp Chemistry Monitor (PCM®). The PCM® has been refined into a more robust unit with the assistance of Manta Controls and Hydrix.