RSV has a significant reputation within the base metals industry for the delivery of the components required for the development of a complete mineral resource project.
RSV’s mining engineers have developed a well-defined methodology for mine access and mining method selection as well as a defined approach to mine design. At the concept stage all mining methods are considered both qualitatively and quantitatively. The methodology for mining method selection is universal across all commodities, including base metals. RSV has in the past utilised this tool for its base metal projects, across all the phases of study.
Our process engineers have extensive comminution, flotation, mineral separation and general mineral processing capabilities. Included in this capability is mineral processing of manganese, chrome, platinum group metals, lead and zinc.
We have been involved in manganese projects with both major and junior mining houses such as BHP Billiton, Kalagadi Manganese and Segue Resources
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|Project Name||Client Name||Project Location||Project Description||Scope of Services||Project Value|
|M14 Furnace Project||BHP Billiton||Meyerton, South Africa||81 MVA furnace||Largest operating furnace of its kind in the world allowing BHP Billiton to beneficiate close to 30% of the manganese ore it mines locally. 81 MVA furnace, built in 16 months, has a capacity to produce 120 000 t of high-carbon ferromanganese a year||Undisclosed|
|Emang Manganese Project||Segue Resources||Northern Cape, South Africa||Detailed geological and mineral resource study||Detailed geological and mineral resource study at the PFS and DFS levels, which must be JORC compliant. Siting of drillholes to ensure maximum value is derived in order to increase confidence in the resource estimates||Undisclosed|