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Sisson Tungsten

Northcliff Resources Ltd. has announced its Sisson Tungsten-Molybdenum Project planned for central New Brunswick has taken a major step forward, receiving a final key federal authorization for the launch of the mine.

Northcliff said in a July 10 release the Metal and Diamond Effluent Regulation Schedule 2 amendment (MDMER) authorization process is now successfully completed.

The process included consultation ground tungsten carbide rods with First Nations and the public, led by federal agencies Environment Canada and Climate Change and Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

Prior to the MDMER, the Sisson Project received Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approvals from the provincial and federal governments in 2015 and 2017 respectively.

A Co-operation Agreement between Woodstock First Nation and Sisson Partnership is in place and the Province of New Brunswick has signed an Accommodation Agreement with the six Maliseet First Nations of the province.

Northcliff said the Sisson Project would develop a “world-class” deposit of tungsten and molybdenum 60 kilometres northwest of Fredericton.

Works will include of open pit tungsten and molybdenum mine, an ore processing facility, mine waste storage areas, a new transmission line, a water treatment plant and ancillary buildings including offices, a laboratory and a warehouse.

The Sisson site is already served by local and regional infrastructure including highways, roads, railways, deep sea ports and power lines.

Tungsten is used in such consumer products such as cars, cellular phones, flat screen televisions and computers. Products that incorporate molybdenum include stainless steel pots and pans, automotive grease, electronic devices and medical scalpels.

“Completion of the MDMER amendment represents an important Tungsten Carbide Plate milestone toward project development,” said Northcliff president and CEO Chris Zahovskis in the statement.

The release said Northcliff has been working on engineering designs and soliciting offtake interest for the mine products as well as working through provincial EIA conditions, some of which are required to be complied with prior to the start of construction and others in the operation phase.


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Turkish ?ahi

?ahi-209 electromagnetic railgun with the ability to shoot 16mm special tungsten alloy arrow-shaped ammunition recently disclosed by Turkish company Yeteknoloji. Unlike the large-scale railguns developed by the US and Britain, it is currently one of the few electromagnetic railguns that can fire two rounds in a minute. The gun body owns a tilting mechanism, which can adjust the shooting angle according to needs.

The railgun uses the interaction’s ampere force between the orbital currents to launch the projectile. It consists of two parallel long straight guides with a small mass of sliders placed between the rails as projectiles. When powering on, a strong current flow from one rail, and when slider flows back from the other rail, a strong magnetic field is generated between planes of two rails. The slider passes current is under of amperage force’s action, and the projectile will be shot out at a high speed.

Electromagnetic railgun owns a variety of unique advantages, such as high initial solid tungsten carbide rods velocity (usually above 6Mach) and long-range (usually more than 150km). The penetrating force of the projectile is very suitable. When firing, as an anti-armor weapon there is no fire medicine required, and it doesn’t produce smoke. The projectiles are small that can be stored in large quantities.

Despite the advantages, the railgun also facing many technical bottlenecks, such as rapid charging technology (which affects the firing rate) and miniaturization of energy storage equipment (which affects the platform). The railgun and the fast charging and energy storage device connected at the rear are smaller than the experimental railguns in the US and Britain, and the corresponding transmission power will be lower.

Firing shots interval of ?ahi-209 is only 30 seconds apart. ground tungsten carbide rods It can be seen that the rapid charging function of the railgun is greatly improved at the expense of a certain launch power, making it capable of bursting a certain practical ability.

According to public data, ?ahi-209 railgun has a muzzle velocity of up to 6Mach and can launch a special tungsten alloy arrow-shaped ammunition with a diameter of 16mm, weighing 170 grams, compared with traditional shells, the size has been greatly reduced. It consists of only two parts: warhead and stabilizer. Although the railgun ammunition is only 16mm it can easily penetrate thick steel.

In addition to this newly developed railgun, Turkish Aselsan is also developing a more powerful TUFAN railgun, which was exhibited at the British Defence Exhibition. The gun has been integrated into a dedicated turret and its shape is better than ?ahi-209. It can be carried on sea and land combat platforms according to operational needs.

Aselsan said that the Army has planned to apply an electromagnetic gun to the ground in anti-armor, maritime anti-ship, air defense, and anti-missile operations in the future. Turkish ?ahi-209 with the ability to shoot 16mm tungsten alloy arrow-shaped ammunition easily penetrate levels of steel plate may a big step of Turkish military development.


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Cabinet Approves New Brunswick Tungsten Mine Plan in Salmon Habitat

The Trudeau Cabinet has approved a controversial tungsten mine project in New Brunswick, including two waterways that are habitats for endangered Atlantic salmon and other fish in toxic waste tailings.

The Cabinet's decision to take effect on June 25 is an important milestone for the mine project, which will also extract molybdenum for military aircraft and industrial motor manufacturing. The mine has faced fierce resistance since Carbide Rods Double Holes its supporters first planned the project in 201 Cemented Carbide Tips 3.

The mine was developed by a company associated with Vancouver's resource giant, which also supports a controversial mine project in Alaska that also faces opposition to threats to fish habitats from Pacific salmon and other species.

On Saturday, June 22, two days after the summer recess of the House of Commons and the October federal elections, the Cabinet passed regulatory amendments to add two waterways to the list of nearly 50 lakes, ponds and waterways, with the impact of resource development mitigated and controlled under federal Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations.

The Ltd. project is located 60 kilometers north of Fredericton, in the centre of the forest-covered Nashwak River Basin, leading to the Bay of Fundy.

The company owns the Pebble Copper and Gold Mine project in Alaska. tungsten carbide bar It is considered controversial because it poses a threat to watersheds including the Pacific Chinook salmon habitat, an important staple food along threatened Orca pods in southern BC. Coast. The project was rejected by former US President Barack Obama, but is now expected to continue under President Donald Trump.

Canadian Environment and Climate Change spokesman said that Sisson Mine could continue to store garbage to implement the compensation plan only after Environment Minister Catherine McKenna approved the fish habitat compensation plan and the company provided a letter of credit valued at $954,000 to pay for it.

Spokesman Veronica Petro said Sisson Mine would also be required to meet 40 approval conditions set by the New Brunswick Environmental Impact Agency and obtains other federal and provincial authorizations before starting mining operations.The Trudeau Cabinet has approved a controversial tungsten mine project in New Brunswick, including two waterways that are habitats for endangered Atlantic salmon and other fish in toxic waste tailings.

The Cabinet's decision to take effect on June 25 is an important milestone for the mine project, which will also extract molybdenum for military aircraft and industrial motor manufacturing. The mine has faced fierce resistance since its supporters first planned the project in 2013.

The mine was developed by a company associated with Vancouver's resource giant, which also supports a controversial mine project in Alaska that also faces opposition to threats to fish habitats from Pacific salmon and other species.

On Saturday, June 22, two days after the summer recess of the House of Commons and the October federal elections, the Cabinet passed regulatory amendments to add two waterways to the list of nearly 50 lakes, ponds and waterways, with the impact of resource development mitigated and controlled under federal Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations.

The Ltd. project is located 60 kilometers north of Fredericton, in the centre of the forest-covered Nashwak River Basin, leading to the Bay of Fundy.

The company owns the Pebble Copper and Gold Mine project in Alaska. It is considered controversial because it poses a threat to watersheds including the Pacific Chinook salmon habitat, an important staple food along threatened Orca pods in southern BC. Coast. The project was rejected by former US President Barack Obama, but is now expected to continue under President Donald Trump.

Canadian Environment and Climate Change spokesman said that Sisson Mine could continue to store garbage to implement the compensation plan only after Environment Minister Catherine McKenna approved the fish habitat compensation plan and the company provided a letter of credit valued at $954,000 to pay for it.

Spokesman Veronica Petro said Sisson Mine would also be required to meet 40 approval conditions set by the New Brunswick Environmental Impact Agency and obtains other federal and provincial authorizations before starting mining operations.


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