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2012-09-05 23:03:38

The latest news from El Tigre Silver Corp. confirms it is achieving its goal of near-term gold and silver production. Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) September 04, 2012 September 04, 2012 (Financial Press) — The latest news from El Tigre Silver Corp. confirms its way to achieving its goal of near-term gold and silver production. The Canada-based silver and gold exploration and development company has targeted near-term production (within one year)as part of its ongoing development plan to...

2012-07-20 23:03:38

New PEXGOL polyethylene pipes have been approved for use in long distance slurry pipelines. These include phosphate pipelines, iron ore and magnetite pipelines, and copper and gold concentrate pipelines. (PRWEB) July 20, 2012 A key to slurry transport becoming more cost effective has been the development of new plastic pipeline materials that are more efficient and more resistant to the extremely harsh conditions imposed by the slurry transport process. New PEXGOL polyethylene pipes have...

2012-07-18 23:03:35

The Accipiter® Bird Protection Radar System recently installed at Syncrude Canada Ltd. facilities north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, is the largest and most sophisticated radar-based bird protection system ever deployed. This advanced radar technology is developed and manufactured by Canadian company, Accipiter Radar Technologies Inc. based in Niagara, Ontario. Niagara, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) July 18, 2012 The same advanced radar technology that helps keep birds and planes apart at...

2012-07-18 23:00:10

Hydrotransport with new crosslinked polyethylene pipes is an effective and efficient method of ore and tailings transport. (PRWEB) July 18, 2012 Hydrotransport of ores and mineral concentrates is a rapidly growing application at many mines. In hydrotransport, a slurry is pumped through the hydrotransport pipeline at rates of approximately 4 to 5 meters per second over distances of up to many km. The slurry is generally an abrasive mixture generally consisting of water, sand, rocks and...

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