ALS Inspection provides accurate and independent global Inspection & Analysis for all precious metal bearing materials. Our expertise is used to inspect, weigh, sample, analyse and report on the quantity and quality of commodities to produce findings that can be used for final commercial settlement purposes. With regards to precious metals, our services are regularly utilized by clients from the mining, chemical, oil, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, electronic, jewellery, financial and governmental sectors.
Our coverage includes all processing stages including drying, incineration, crushing, milling, blending, screen grading, moisture determination, loss on ignition (LOI), leaching, chemical treatment, melting, matting, sawing, drilling and alloying, weighing, and stock verification. All sampling and sample preparation operations are undertaken whilst maintaining a strong focus on implementing international standards globally. ALS Inspection is an active associate member of many prestigious trade organizations including the LBMA (London Bullion Market Association), LPPM (London Platinum and Palladium Market) and the IPMI (International Precious Metals Institute).
Our network provides coverage at all of the major precious metal and PGM refineries and production facilities around the world, many with permanent representatives.
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