COALSCAN

Historically the COALSCAN has been Scantech’s flagship. At Scantech, we are devoted to developing the most advanced and proven technologies available for our COALSCAN analysers, to give you more control of your process, greater productivity, and a rapid return on your investment.

The first analyser sold by Scantech was the COALSCAN 4500. Since then, the bestselling analyser has been the COALSCAN 3500, of which more than 150 have been installed all over the world. The COALSCAN range of analysers has now evolved into the widest range of online coal analysers offered by any company in the world.

Scantech understand the importance of the COALSCAN to your process control. That’s why above all other factors, COALSCANs are built to run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Safe, reliable, accurate and dependable.

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"When commodity prices were strong and rising, mining companies could afford minor inefficiencies in their plants. That is rarely the case in these days of lower-grade deposits, lower metal prices and economic pressure from every direction. “We have to do better with lower costs,” said Philip Thwaites, manager of process control for XPS Consulting & Testwork Services. “If you’re not efficient, you’re not going to be around. And our industry can be a lot more efficient.” According to Thwaites, measurement is the cornerstone of control and efficiency. “If you have a poor measurement, or no measurement, you can’t do good control,” he explained. But this is changing. More and more mining companies are conscious of improved measurements and endorsing control, automation and next-generation technologies. What is more, there has been significant progress in automated instruments recently. These measure crucial parameters in the processing circuit and equipment to allow operators to monitor and adjust process control as needed."

Alexandra Lopez-Pacheco, CIM, October 2015

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