ROCKLABS began in 1969 as a commercial lab specializing in geochemical analysis and fire assay. In 1975, the company began to manufacture equipment for sample preparation on a larger scale. Certified Reference Materials for gold were added in 1997. In recent years, they have extended the range to include Silver, Platinum, and Palladium. ROCKLABS became a part of the SCOTT Group in 2008 and have continued to extend their core range of products and automated systems.
Since then, they have continued to meet the needs of global markets with customer expectations their number one priority. ROCKLABS takes pride in their communication and problem solving skills. Their team of experts will work on-site with customers and help with system installation and training. The team gets the job done quickly and efficiently, with minimal disruption to the customer’s normal operations.
The team at ROCKLABS uses the extensive knowledge base available from the geochemists, engineers, designers, chemists, geologists, and specialists in automation/robotics that are available to custom design, build, and test each system they develop. This diverse knowledge background helps to provide a wide-spread understanding of the specific requirements and protocols of sample preparation processes within the global minerals and metals industries.
Other products available from ROCKLABS includes bench top ring mills, sample dividers for small or large environments, large standalone and combination crushers, pulverizes, and rotating sample dividers for commercial or industrial labs, mining, and exploration clients.
Rocklabs equipment is used in a wide variety of applications and industries such as commercial and academic labs, research centers, universities, glass manufacturers, and cement plants by mining, exploration, and scientific research organizations in over 100 countries. The equipment is used for crushing, splitting, and pulverizing a variety of materials including rocks, soil, coal, cement, glass, limestone, bricks, wood, plant material, slags, and concrete for X-ray fluorescence (XRF), X-ray diffraction (XRD), wet chemistry, and other instrumental methods.
To learn more about ROCKLABS and what they offer, please visit their website here or call us at 740-251-4312