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Kudo to Detour

WipWare congratulates particle-size analysis user Detour Gold on doubling their year over year production. Detour’s recently-announced 2014 output of 456,634 ounces, almost doubling 2013’s 232,287 ounces, represents an impressive 97% increase in annual production. 2015 production is forecast to be between 475,000 and 525,000 ounces at a cost between $1,050 and $1,150 without factoring in […]

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Busy Trade Show Season Ahead for WipWare

WipWare Inc. is kicking off our 2015 trade show circuit next week with the International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE) Conference in New Orleans, February 1 to 4, 2015. Company President Tom Palangio is looking forward to meeting old and new friends and clients at the ISEE or any of our other trade show appearances. […]

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WipFrag Software Licenses; What’s Available?

By: Paul Chivers Question: What license options are available for WipFrag particle-size analysis software? Answer: There are two license options for WipFrag software; software-key and hardware-key, and they’re tied to different delivery methods. WipFrag can be purchased and downloaded directly from the WipWare website using a credit card or PayPal. Download-delivery software employs a software […]

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Blastcast Sliders Explained

By: Paul Chivers Blast prediction is tricky business. The variables are many and there are always unknowns. Achieving ideal fragmentation is critical to controlling costs for many operations. BlastCast, a blast fragmentation prediction module recently introduced as a free enhancement to WipWare’s regarded WipFrag software, is another tool to help clients resolve fragmentation issues. Blast […]

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What’s the Easiest Way to Get Fragmentation Data From a Photo?

By: Paul Chivers Question: What’s the easiest way to get particle size distribution data on my material from a photograph? Answer: Why not take the approach many engineers and blast consultants do and leave image analysis to the experts? Expert services offer the simplest and least time-consuming introduction to fragmentation analysis. You take a series […]

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To Calibrate, or Not to Calibrate; That is the Question!

By: Mark Wagner To calibrate, or not to calibrate; that is the question. And it’s an important question to ask prior to installing your online bulk material analysis system, regardless of the industry you’re in. This article will help you figure out why calibration may or may not be your best bet, and whether you […]

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