Month May 2017

Rowdy Bristol’s Surpac Training World Tour

Rowdy Bristol's Surpac Training - World Tour. If you and your team would like On-Site training in Surpac Geology Fundamentals or Resource Evaluation with Surpac, this is your chance to book Rowdy Bristol… our Surpac guru! Rowdy is based in the USA, and is about to embark on a Surpac training tour that will take him around the world in June and July this year. Contact Diana Titren, Optiro Training & Marketing Manager, to book your on-site/in-house training:
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30 Seconds of Info: Be sure to check the orientation of the cone splitter daily

This week's 30 Seconds of Info is from Ian Glacken - Director of Geology. Sampling Theory and Practice: Be sure to check the orientation of the cone splitter daily. While a cone splitter should and generally will give a matched (equiprobable) pair of field duplicates, the orientation of the splitter is all-important in determining this. The long axis of the splitter needs to be vertical and the widest part of the splitter, i.e. the join between the cone and the chute, needs to be horizontal. This should be checked daily with a magnetic clinometer.
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Optiro’s summary of the RSC Resource Reporting Intelligence for 24-30 April 2017.

Optiro's summary gives information about the 95 technical reports published during the week of the 24-30 April 2017. This summary details the type of report, the project locations and commodities, the ranking of the global consultancy groups as authors of the reports, and lists the 3 most significant drill intersections for the week, month and year to date.
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