Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) is celebrating the arrival onsite of the first set of NIMCIX loading and elution columns for the new Ion Exchange (IX) circuit, a key milestone at its Honeymoon Uranium project in South Australia.
Boss selected IX technology as a central component of its Honeymoon processing plant as the company is confident it will enable highly efficient capture, concentration and purification of the uranium from the wellfields. Globally renowned technology
IX has been embraced by many of the largest global uranium producers such as Husab in Namibia, Ranger in Australia, and Priargunski / Krasnokamensk in Russia. Invest in the latest ASX IPOs and placements
Managing director Duncan Craib said the use of the popular technology will lead to increased throughput, more production and lower costs than was possible using the solvent extraction system previously employed at Honeymoon.Boss confirmed that upside during extensive testing undertaken by the company and […]
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