Diamonds

From Luxury to Industry

 

 

 

Diamonds are prized for their brilliance and durability, making them a symbol of luxury and status. In mining, diamonds are typically extracted from kimberlite pipes or alluvial deposits. Beyond jewellery, industrial diamonds are used in cutting, grinding, and drilling applications. Some of the world's biggest diamonds that have been recovered are a direct result of the latest developments and new technologies applied in mining.

Typical technologies and solutions for Diamonds

Sorting

Crushing

Jigging

Milling

Deep Boiling

HPGR

Caustic Fusion

Typical technologies and solutions for Diamonds

Sorting

Crushing

Jigging

Milling

Deep Boiling

HPGR

Caustic Fusion

Select Diamonds Projects we've Worked On

Africa, Botswana

Capabilities
+ Retrofit sorters into existing operation
+ Expediting commissioning

Africa, Lesotho

Capabilities
+ Feasibility plant design
+ Sorter integration

Africa, Botswana

Capabilities
+ Test work design
+ Test work
+ Flowsheet simulation
+ Sorter integration

Australia, Australia

Capabilities
+ Feasibility study
+ Detailed engineering
+ Plant supply and logistics
+ Construction
+ Sorter integration
+ Commissioning

Our Diamond experts

Fabian Riedel

CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER

Dipl.-Ing. Mining Eng

Rynard Brits

MINERAL RESOURCE MANAGER

 

Geoffrey Madderson

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Ryan Szabo

PROJECT MANAGER

B. Tech Mech Engineering

Dr. Mike Daniel

PRINCIPAL COMMINUTION EXPERT INDEPENDENT ADVISOR

Ph.D. Mineral Processing

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    Rynard Brits

    Pr.Sci.Nat / MSc Engineering Management

    MINERAL RESOURCE MANAGER

    rynard@stark-resources.com