Engineering & Mining Journal

APR 2019

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APRIL 2019 • E&MJ 71 www.e-mj.com SUPPLIERS REPORT industry for 90 years, Arnold Machinery is well-versed in mining methods and equip- ment and is positioned to provide top-notch sales, service, and parts from their facili- ties throughout the western U.S., Breaker Technology reported. The partnership will improve Breaker Technology's position in the U.S mining industry, it reported. Break- er Technology offers a line of rock breaker systems, scalers, and attachments. 6 th Wave Signs CyPlus as Rep 6 th Wave Innovations Corp., headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, contracted CyPlus GmbH of Hanau-Wolfgang, Germa- ny, for sales and marketing representation for IXOS nanotech gold extraction resin. CyPlus, dedicated to sustainable inno- vations beyond cyanides, will represent 6 th Wave in Europe, Mexico, Turkey and Egypt. IXOS resin can increase gold min- ing profits by $100/oz in process savings and extra gold recovered compared to ac- tivated carbon, 6th Wave reported. BossTek Launches Scholarship for Mining Students BossTek announced it established a me- morial scholarship fund in honor of one of the company's founding members to sup- port mining engineering education at Mis- souri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri. The Barry Eaton Brown Memorial Scholarship is available to min- ing engineering students who demonstrate a need for financial assistance. The company said the scholarship al- lows it to support students of mining. "It's also a way for us to honor the memory and career of our friend and mentor, Barry Brown, a significant influence on dozens of people who went on to make significant contributions to the mining industry," CEO of BossTek Edwin Peterson said. WesTrac Donates Simulator to Teen Learning Center Roy Hill's ROC-Ed Learning Center in Western Australia received a Cat Simula- tor, donated by Cat dealer WesTrac. The simulator will enable students to experi- ence operating a Cat 994H wheel loader. The simulator will also allow students to "explore how their studies relate to real-time operations on a mine site," Jarvas Croome, WesTrac CEO, said. "It's programs such as this that will stimulate enthusiasm among the next generation to pursue a career in mining." The center offers a half-day program for high school-age students that sup- ports classroom lessons on math, sci- ence, geography and business studies. It provides students with the opportunity to experience a busy mining operation cen- ter and corporate headquarters. Separately, Roy Hill reported its part- nership with Mineral Technologies on spiral control automation was awarded $1 million from the federal Australian government. The partnership seeks to develop a solu- tion offering real-time control of the miner's 720 spirals at its beneficiation plant. Karen Andrews, the minister for industry science and technology, announced the award. Roy Hill reported it will match the funds. Students from Kent Street Senior High School, in Western Australia, were on hand for the ceremonial receiving of the simulator. (Photo: Roy Hill)

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