Characteristics of sensor-based sorting technology and implementation in mining
A compendium analyzing the characteristics of sensor-based sorting technology and evaluating its implementation in mining has recently been published.
It was authored by TOMRA Sorting Mining’s business development manager, Christopher Robben, who holds a PhD in mining engineering from RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
Sensor-based sorting is a disruptive technology in the mining industry which is universally applicable for all commodities. Christopher’s comprehensive study examines both the technology’s potential and its limitations, whilst providing a framework for application development and evaluation. All relevant aspects, from sampling to plant design and integration into mining and mineral processing systems, are covered.
If you want to read the compendium you can purchase it from Shaker publishing house:
Title: Characteristics of sensor-based sorting technology and implementation in mining
Publishing house: Shaker Verlag, in der Schriftenreihe zur Aufbereitung und Veredlung, ISBN: 978-3-8440-2498-2