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By: Intalysis  11-11-2011
Keywords: Industrial Technology, Moisture Analyser, Moisture Analysis

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Intalysis has announced its acquisition by Thermo Fisher Scientific in May 2010.


White paper: Laboratory tests show the capability of the LFM to improve moisture control of a wide range of sinter plant blends.


“Online moisture analysis in materials handling” article featured in What’s New in Process Technology magazine.


Iron ore expansions at BHP Billiton have created a demand for a further 6 LFM Moisture Analysers, to be delivered by Intalysis.


In a well attended award ceremony held in Singapore on Friday night, the 2008 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Industrial Technology Innovation of the Year Award in the field of Moisture Analysers for Bulk Materials was awarded to Australian based company Intalysis.


Following on from the success of last year, Intalysis was again proud to attend and sponsor the Dust in Mining Conference in Perth, Australia on 24/25 June 2008.  Leading experts in the area of dust control revealed their key strategies for greater success in mining operations.


THE use of microwave technology to measure the moisture content of materials on conveyor belts is not new. In fact, the technology has enjoyed growing popularity over the past 20 years, due to the improved accuracy associated with through-material measurement.


Outokumpu Technology, a world leader in minerals and metals processing technologies, has announced that it will distribute the CSIRO-developed LFM Moisture Analyser following an agreement with CSIRO spin-out company, Intalysis Pty Ltd.


With an annual loading capacity approaching 60Mt, Queensland’s Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal is one of the largest and most efficient coal export facilities in Australia.

Keywords: Industrial Technology, Moisture Analyser, Moisture Analysers, Moisture Analysis

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