Maelgwyn Mineral Services says it has officially opened its new combined Maelgwyn Africa and Maelgwyn South Africa premises in Boundary Park in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The new facility offers over 4,000 sq.m of floor space housing state-of-the-art offices, workshops, metallurgical and analytical laboratories, together with a world-class metallurgical pilot facility, the company says.
The metallurgical lab and pilot plant mostly undertake commercial mineral processing evaluations for process design and development purposes to bankable feasibility study level with bespoke solutions and fast reporting times undertaken by experts in the field of minerals processing, Maelgwyn explained.
The laboratory facilities also support the company’s proprietary technologies, including Imhoflot Flotation and the Aachen Reactor. These technologies have found favour across the globe in associated processes such as Leachox for precious metal recovery, Aachen Assist Leach and MMS-CND cyanide destruction.