Mining Monitoring Company Bretby Gammatech looks for Opportunities in the Balkans

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Delegates at the Balkanmine conference, photo 2: Bretby Gammatech equipment in use at ELEM Bitola Power Station in Macedonia. Image supplied.

Bretby Gammatech, a leading coal quality monitoring equipment company, is developing new business opportunities in the Balkans, after exhibiting at the Balkanmine Congress and Commercial Exhibition, held in Macedonia.

Delegates at the Balkanmine conference, photo 2: Bretby Gammatech equipment in use at ELEM Bitola Power Station in Macedonia. Image supplied.
Delegates at the Balkanmine conference, photo 2: Bretby Gammatech equipment in use at ELEM Bitola Power Station in Macedonia. Image supplied.

Based in the UK, Bretby Gammatech exhibited its world-renowned ash monitoring technology, such as the Ash Probe, which generated interest and enquiries from mining companies in Bosnia, Serbia and Bulgaria.

“This was a really successful exhibition for us.  The Baltic states are a large potential market and we met some key contacts and are hoping to generate some exciting new business opportunities as a result, in this region,” said Gary Wain, General Manager of Bretby Gammatech, part of the President Engineering Group (PEGL).

According to a news release from the company, Bretby Gammatech exhibited alongside its exclusive agent for the Balkans – Milan Djordevic of Europrocess.  During the three day congress, the Bretby Gammatech team were kept occupied with enquiries for its online Heat Eye and Ash Probe products, as well as for its Laboratory product – the Lab Ash.  The exhibit also allowed the team to carry out in-depth demonstrations of the Ash Probe that they had set up using coal from the local Kolubara and Kakanj mines, which showed different Ash ranges of coal from the two mines.

Delegates from the congress also took the opportunity to visit the ELEM Bitola Power Station which was located close to the conference centre.  Bretby Gammatech has four Heat Eye systems installed on its input conveyors.

“The visit to the power station gave delegates the chance to see our systems in operation at first hand.  This was a great way for them to gain a better understanding of the technology and its benefits in the Power Station,” said Mr Wain.

Bretby Gammatech has a 20 year history of producing technology that provides an innovative and safe method of measuring the ash content of coal which does not involve a radiation source.

For details about Bretby Gammatech and its technologies, visit the website: www.bretbygammatech.com or email [email protected] or call +44 (0) 1332 694594.