Gem Diamond  recovers 442  carat diamond

Gem Diamond recovers 442 carat diamond

MASERU-GEM Diamonds Limited has recovered a high quality 442 carat type II diamond at its Letšeng Diamond mine in Lesotho.
On August 21, Gem Diamonds Limited (LSE: GEMD) recovered an exceptional 442 carat white type II diamond at the Letšeng mine, the highest dollar per carat kimberlite diamond mine in the world.

“We are very proud to announce that the stone was recovered using Steinert’s XRT sorters that were supplied and are maintained by IMS Engineering together with Letšeng mine personnel,” Dion Lusinga, Sorting Business Development Manager at IMS Engineering, said.

“In collaboration with Letšeng, we have over the years continued to enhance the diamond recovery process at the mine through continuous improvement initiatives,” Lusinga added.

Through partnership agreements with some leading global brands, IMS has been on the forefront of the sorting industry for several years.
Its cutting-edge sensor sorting solutions have enjoyed massive success across commodities mainly in diamonds, gold, lithium and industrial minerals since 2012.

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