XRF Instrument Benefits
Thes are some of the reasons why Boxray XRF instruments are world leading
Innovative and precise XRF Instruments
Our on-stream XRF analyzers are robust and known for extreme precision, great quality and top performance.
The products are based on innovations from the mining industry of northern Sweden. Xore is one of the world’s leading suppliers of on-stream analyzers and related services to the mining industry. Xore is the natural first choice when investing in equipment for online elemental analysis of pulp and liquids. Our product brand is Boxray™. Xore holds the necessary permits from the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority to build, use, service and sell equipment with ionizing radiation.
News and information from Xore
Xore AB, a Swedish company specializing in on-line analyzers for the mining industry, is now incorporating updated detector technology in their analyzers. The Boxray™ Compact and Boxray™ 24 analyzers will be equipped with the new detectors, starting February 2018. ”One of the strengths of our analyzers is that we can easily incorporate new technology as[…]
Xore will be attending the PDAC convention in Toronto, 4-7 March 2018. Get in contact to arrange a meeting, contact info found below. We will be teaming up with Patrick Mechanical and will be walking the floor looking to meet anyone interested in online analysis. PDAC web site For more info: Mikael Normark, CEO Xore,[…]
Business Sweden, the Swedish Trade and Invest Council, announces that the presentations from the Swedish Canadian Mining Initiative conference are now available on their website. You can now take part of some informative presentations that were used as base for some really interesting panel discussions. Follow the link below: http://www.business-sweden.se/en/Trade/international-markets/americas/Canada/swedish-canadian-mining-initiative
Meet White Industrial Products and Xore in Toronto, 4th of April. Business Sweden hosts the Swedish Mining Initiative event, at the Fairmont Royal York. Some of the challenges for the mining industry are: Deep mines Energy cost or efficiency Complexity of ore grades Declining ore grades Ability to find new deposits Regulatory pressures and license to operate[…]
The data from online and onstream instruments are the very foundation on which most concentrator plants process control systems are built. Analyzer performance has direct effect on productivity. Reliable and representative data enables good decisions. Poor data leaves you guessing. Analyzer performance drives productivity It does not matter whether the process control is manual or[…]
So you are using on-line instruments to monitor your process? Good for you! Using instruments for this purpose is a good investment. But do you make the most of it? Download checklist for analyzer availability here (pdf, 57 kB, opens in new tab or window). Imagine a concentrator plant producing 10.000 tonnes copper per year. The copper[…]
Xore’s CEO talks about Boxray analyzers and analyzer performance in general. A concentrator plant benefits from accurate data delivered on time. This is true today but will become even more so in the future. Mining companies are now looking at future implementations of semi or fully automated process control, choosing a Boxray analyzer is a future-proof solution. An example is given[…]
Business Sweden, the Swedish trade and invest council, publishes an article on Xore’s partner search in Canada on their website. Xore’s search for a sales partner in Canada and US started by initiating contact with Business Sweden’s local office in Xore’s home town Skelleftea, Sweden. From there Xore was guided to their Toronto office and[…]
The growing Swedish mining analysis company Xore has joined two cleantech initiatives, Cleantech Kvarken and Cleaner Growth. “The projects goes well in in line with our applications on for example industrial waste water and quality assurance of slag. However all our applications focus on increasing productivity and efficiency and thereby reducing waste of valuable resources” says[…]
Xore will contribute to the research project Innovative Quality assured products based on fayalite slag (“IQ Slag”) by investigating possibilities to use Boxray analyzers for online measurements of slag content. Luleå University of Technology (LTU), the northernmost university of technology in Scandinavia, has initiated the research project IQ Slag together with Boliden Rönnskär smelter, Xore, Nordkalk, producer of limestone based[…]