NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
October 2016 – Sepor is proud to announce that its latest products are available for sale, the new 10″ Leach column and its fully machined 16x32 Continuous ball mill. Please visit our website, “New Products” for full details or call us at 800-753-6463
September 2016 – Sepor technical service team installs and commissions over 80 pieces of lab equipment for mine in Mexico for US engineering firm.
August 2016 – Sepor is proud to announce its new Pilot Plant design and construction capabilities, recent design layouts have been sent to India and Africa for client review. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our toll free number and ask for Tim or Drew for design inquires.
June 2016 – Sepor’s new 28 container Mixing Wheel is shipped to Namibia. The mixing was designed and built by Sepor.
May 2016 – Sepor technical team installs and commissions hydro-metallurgical test equipment for Namibia University of Science & Technology.
March 2016 – Sepor attends both SME Annual Conference in Phoenix and PDAC Annual Convention in Toronto.
February 2016 – The first of the new 15” dual cone blender with twin discharge is shipped to mining operation in Namibia.
January 2016 – Sepor expands its pilot plant capabilities with the internal design of small (< 250 kg) carbon strip circuits. Both atmospheric and pressure strip options are within the new circuit options.
November 2015 – Sepor technical team installs pilot scale mill, spiral concentrator and other metallurgical equipment at the Botswana International University of Science & Technology.
September 2015 – Minera Mexico chooses Sepor to provide full suite of analytical and metallurgical laboratory equipment to their Buena Vista project in Sonora Mexico.
July 2015 – Sepor celebrates 60th anniversary! Sixty years ago, Sepor began by offering its Jones style microsplitter, a product still offered today.
March 2015 – Sepor attends PDAC in Toronto, displaying the new FC Bond mill designed and produced in-house.
February 2015 – Spiral test rig, Ball mills and other equipment sold to Botswana based research Company.
January 2015 – Sepor is proud to announce the signing of representation agreement with Sepro Ghana for West Africa operations.
December 2014 – Mongolian based company contracts with Sepor to build a 65TPH/10GPM Merrill Crowe plant.
October 2014 – Sepor wins Contract to provide large quantity of lab equipment to Russian firm including Sepor’s New FC Bond mill and roll drives.
September 2014 – UAE based company acquires Hydro cyclones, Large Pressure filters and Mineral jig for Middle East mining company.
August 2014 – Turkish Mining company contracts with Sepor to provide Sepor’s New FC Bond Mill, a Batch Ball Mill as well as Large Roll drives for their Lab.
March 2014 – Sepor signs contract to provide stainless steel pressure filters to mining operation in Mongolia.
December 2013 – Sepor contract with independent mineral producer in western USA for engineering & process consultation services.
August 2013 – Sepor’s cyclone test rig features the highly efficient Krebs GMax cyclones, which have 98% efficiency in classification of gold and copper ores under the conditions tested. Classification at 15µ, 20µ and 35µ were achieved with less than 2% of the oversize in the fines (D98).
July 2013 – Sepor Inc signs contract with major Canadian Engineering firm for feasibility work on Iodine project.
April 2013 – Sepor Inc, delivers on large scale Wet Fume Scrubber Project to a major Mexican Silver Mine. Scrubber is SS in construction and comes equipped with Quench tower and FRO input of 12,000 CFM. Overall removal efficiency is 85%.
February 2013 – Sepor furnished a Vezin Sampler, to give a 5% cut, for a field sampling program at a major gold mine in Nevada. The vezin was mounted on a truck bed, along with other equipment, and used at the site.
January 2013 – Sepor furnished a 50 gallon per minute Merrill-Crowe Plant to a Mexican company to determine the feasibility of using the zinc precipitation method on their silver-gold ore. It was designed to be modular and easy to assemble and operate in the field.