AEL rewarded for bulk emulsion explosives prediction tool
AEL Mining Services, a provider of commercial explosives, was recently recognised by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for its contribution to innovative R&D in technology at the THRIP (Technology and Human Resources for Industry Programme) Conference which took place in Cape Town, South Africa last year. AEL partnered with the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) nine years ago and commissioned a research project using rheology as a prediction tool for stability and pumpability of bulk emulsion explosives for mining. The CPUT project was nominated as one of the three best projects in the Advanced Higher Technology category at the conference. (more…)
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