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OBTAIN - AI-powered ore sorting

AI is playing an increasingly important role in mineral sorting. Stefan Jürgensen, Software Team Leader at TOMRA Mining, explains how it has powered sensor-based sorting and how TOMRA’s revolutionary Deep Learning innovation is set to unlock new opportunities for mining operations.

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Women in engineering - Interview with Ines Hartwig

Ines Hartwig, Director of Product Management is one of the growing number of women who are making their mark at TOMRA Mining.

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TOMRA Mining XRT technology delivers significant grade improvement at Saloro’s tungsten mine

TOMRA has installed a first X-Ray Transmission (XRT) sorter at Saloro’s tungsten mine in Barruecopardo, Spain. The sorter, implemented in the beneficiation stage, is consistently delivering a much higher head grade to the processing plant, significantly reducing costs.

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Women in engineering - Interview with Anna Krause

Anna Krause, Application Engineer at TOMRA Mining Test Center in Germany, is a shining example of the increasing presence of women in various organizational roles. Her journey in the mining industry is not just a testament to her individual growth, but also a fascinating narrative that reflects the evolving dynamics of the sector. Her experiences and insights offer a unique perspective on the industry, making her story intriguing.

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Women in mining - Interview with Jordan Rutledge

In the Mining industry, men still far outnumber women, but the tide is turning. At TOMRA Mining, Women like Jordan Rutledge, are making their mark across our organization, and they have an interesting story to tell!

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TOMRA XRT technology exceeds all expectations at QMAGs Kunwara magnesite deposit in Australia

QMAG Pty Limited, part of the Refratechnik group, owns the Kunwarara deposit of cryptocrystalline magnesite – one of the world’s largest – located in Central Queensland, Australia. It mines the ore using and open-pit method and processes it into high quality fused (FM), dead burnt (DBM) and caustic calcined (CCM) magnesia products at the nearby Parkhurst facility. It supplies the refractory, chemical, agricultural, environmental and hydrometallurgical sectors with its high-quality magnesia products.

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