fire assay

fire assay

[¦fīr ′as‚ā]
(materials)
Analysis of a metal-bearing material, especially gold and silver, by heating a sample with a suitable flux and weghing the resulting metal beads.
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Contract notice: Providing dedicated hardware measures and fire assay techniques for aeronautical dga.
Trialling of leach-well assays, using significantly larger sample sizes than fire assays indicating 13% more gold than fire assay.
Based on the fire assay report for the Blue Jacket Mine; dated December 2011, prepared by CSAL Inc.
Business is heating up and expanding for SPJ Labs, Sudbury's only privately-run fire assay laboratory.
Further fire assay results from SPG and SNJ trenches and
Based in Tucson, Arizona, Jacobs Assay Office is a provider of fire assay services for the mineral processing industry.
In addition, many industry participants (operators, analysts, and investors) prefer that the data be presented using a more standard analytical procedure, such as hot cyanide leach or fire assay.
of Ireland to provide fire assay, ICP, and geochemical analysis as well as CSMA Consultants Ltd.
OTC/BB:ECPN) Company President and CEO, Chuck Mottley, reports: "It is significant that our metallurgists are now using standard fire assay methods and producing 'metal in hand' (in the form of a bead).
Effects of Company Reliance on the Independent Metallurgical Laboratory, and the Independent Engineering Firm: As previously reported in prior Company press releases, AuRIC Metallurgical Laboratories, LLC ("AuRIC") had developed fire assay and extraction procedures for IGC.
The Company has previously reported that Auric Metallurgical Laboratories, LLC ("Auric") had developed fire assay and extraction procedures for the Company and that these procedures were verified by Dames & Moore in several independent engineering reports.