Sputnik – Russia’s company Technoros is developing innovative technologies for mining enterprises. The company’s complexes are expected to become yet another Russian non-resource export product. One of the first countries to demonstrate its interest in the new systems was Iran, Technoros’ general director, Igor Katser, told Sputnik.
Krasnoyarsk company Technoros, specializing in the development of ore quality control systems, will supply its technologies and ore pretreatment equipment to Iran, the company’s general director, Igor Katser, told Sputnik.
“Our system allows you to quickly and efficiently sort out ores of different composition into enriched ones and ’empty.’ The equipment automatically distinguishes [chemical] elements — from 20th to 92nd in the Mendeleev periodic table (from calcium to uranium). There is no such technology in Iran,” Katser said.
Katser pointed out that during his recent 10-day trip to Iran he and his colleagues met with the representatives of 10 Iranian companies and held a presentation of Technoros’ ore management system.
He underscored that during its first the trip to Iran the Technoros leadership managed to take significant steps while promoting the Russian non-resource export product.
“During the meeting [in Iran] our company signed a memorandum on cooperation to supply our equipment, crude ore management systems, [to the country]. One system costs $10,000. Having obtained all the necessary information from our partners, we can produce and implement such a sorting system within 5 months,” the Technoros director said.
The company expects that by December 31 it will have started working on the project within the framework of the signed protocol and ink the first contracts with certain Iranian companies.
Katser stressed that Technoros’ equipment and systems have been successfully implemented in more than 46 enterprises in Russia.
The director of the company pointed out that Technoros is planning to go even further: It is considering the creation of a special research center together with Iran.
“After the meeting we proposed to the Iranians to establish a Technology Research Center in Tehran,” Katser noted. “It would be possible to bring there small samples of ore and visually check the efficiency of our equipment. It would help bolster mutual trust and it will be much easier for specific Iranian companies to make a decision to purchase the systems.”