Improve product integrity, maximize resources, and meet specifications
Keep coal, cement, or mineral processing operations running efficiently, safely, and profitably. Thermo Scientific cross-belt online analyzers for cement and coal reduce process upsets and increase throughput with minute-by-minute composition analysis of ores and concentrates. Additionally, Thermo Scientific elemental and particle size analyzers for mineral beneficiation and flotation plants—when integrated with our sampling and analysis solutions—help you to increase the efficiency of your process.
Ensure cement product quality, improve plant profitability, and operate safer, cleaner plants. From the quarry to the finished product silos, we understand your process and offer products that suit your applications.
From the mine through the preparation plant, we offer a variety of Thermo Scientific products for measuring tonnages, determining coal quality, ensuring personnel safety, and meeting emission regulations.
Improve quality and efficiency with integrated analysis and sampling systems. Thermo Scientific instruments for mineral processing supply reliable process data, improved recovery, lower costs, and environmental compliance.
Gain efficiencies, improve effectiveness, and run more profitable operations with proven, onsite bulk weighing, monitoring, and sampling solutions for continuous online analysis and monitoring of raw material composition.
Achieve uniform sinter quality at low operational costs with advanced systems and equipment for all aspects of iron and steel manufacturing, particularly for measuring and controlling sintering process fluctuations, inhomogeneous mixtures, and other parameters .
Belt conveyer scales are an important part of a mining operation’s bulk material handling system. A belt scale system monitors production output and inventory, or regulates product loadout, while providing vital information for the effective management and efficient operation of your business. There are many options to consider when selecting a belt scale system. How do you know which one is right for your application?
Check out the Belt Scale Selection Guide