MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –
A Moscow manufacturer has developed and launched into mass production a device for ore enrichment by separating magnetic impurities. This was announced by the Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the Moscow Department of Investment and Industrial Policy Vladislav Ovchinsky.
“The Bakor Scientific and Technical Center is actively developing its production base, implementing the concept of technological sovereignty. Thus, the company launched serial production of a magnetic separator – a device for separating the magnetic component of ore from non-magnetic material for the purpose of enrichment. This equipment is especially in demand in the mining and processing and mining and metallurgical industries. The company plans to produce at least 20 such devices per year, investments in the project amounted to more than 10 million rubles,” said Vladislav Ovchinsky.
The company managed to produce a magnetic separator with improved modified characteristics, which provide a significant advantage over analogues. In particular, quick cleaning of nozzles and a separate lubrication system for all bearings without stopping the working process are provided, as well as an electric drive that simplifies the process of turning the magnetic system. Thanks to it, Russian enterprises will be able to significantly improve product quality, reduce raw material processing costs and increase operational efficiency. The first device has already been put into industrial testing at a Russian mining and processing plant in the Belgorod region.
“The development of industrial production of a magnetic separator is one of the stages in the implementation of the investment plan for the development of our company’s product line. It covers the entire range of equipment for the main technological chain of mining and processing plants. An important role in the speed of development and adoption of new products is played by support measures from the Moscow Government, in particular preferential loans from the Moscow Fund for the Support of Industry and Entrepreneurship,” said Mikhail Korolev, Deputy General Director for Innovative and Technical Development of the company.
There are more than four thousand industrial sites in the capital, employing over 720 thousand people. Every year, 40 to 50 medium and large enterprises are opened, as well as about 100 small ones. They produce a wide variety of goods: clothing, shoes, cosmetics, furniture, medicines, medical equipment, sophisticated equipment and much more.
The development of their own sites in Moscow allows manufacturers to actively increase product sales volumes, find partners and enter new markets. Capital enterprises can take advantage of more than 20 systemic measures to support the city, including subsidies and targeted loans. In addition, a number of anti-crisis tools have been developed.
More about economic policy and property-land relations in Moscow – on the website economy.mos.ru.
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