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Great test results for IPKON’s silicate capsules in South Africa

For the last nine months, IPKON and Innovative Concrete Technologies (ICT) have been closely collaborating to offer IPKON’s silicate capsules in Africa. ICT has been thoroughly testing IPKON’s silicate capsules in Kazakhstan and South Africa and the results are astonishing. The parties have already signed a letter of intent and are currently negotiating a license […]
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5 key global trends in the mining industry in 2014

In its 11th annual review of global trends in the mining industry, PwC identifies key trends for the end of 2013, beginning of 2014. 1. THE CONFIDENCE CRISIS: WE’RE NOT OUT OF THE WOODS YET During 2013, the market value of the top 40 mining companies by market capitalization declined by 280 billion dollars, representing […]
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Partner with IPKON to become a leading supplier of the mining industry

Are you a producer of rock bolts, thin spray liners, shotcrete, steel meshes, synthetic webbing or cement and resin capsules? Do you want to become a leading supplier of the mining industry? We would like to propose to you a new business opportunity. Anchoring if the most widespread roof support technology in all countries with […]
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The non-toxic property of IPKON’s silicate capsules and their bearing capacity are confirmed by CANMET Mining

IPKON just received the results of the tests performed on its silicate capsules by CANMET Mining, the testing laboratory of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Government of Canada. These tests were carried out to determine the anchor capacity of the silicate capsules in accordance with ASTM F7401-08 Standards Method A. The tested capsules […]
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Another milestone achieved in the testing of IPKON’s silicate capsules

Test results of  IPKON silicate capsules used in the Tusup Kuzembayev mine (mine NO. 23) on May 6, 2014 The Tusup Kuzembayev mine is situated in the city of Saran, Karaganda District, Kazakhstan. Arcelor Mittal Temirtau owns this coal mine. The mine  started operations in 1959. Its annual production is 1,5 million tons of coal. The […]
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