Tronox Mining Australia Limited


Analytical Services Laboratory

Accreditation No.


Site No.


Date of Accreditation

24 Dec 1990


Lot 962 Koombana Drive
Bunbury, WA 6230


Mrs Tracey Eaton P: +61 0418356232


Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Analytical Services Laboratory

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)


Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Analysis for physical and chemical characteristics Air - Ambient Suspended particulate matter - Total Gravimetric

in-house method M3 6.22

Ground waters; Surface waters Solids - Suspended Gravimetric

in-house method 6

pH Electrometric

in-house method 18

Electrical conductivity Calculation

in-house method 8

Solids - Dissolved Gravimetric

in-house method 5

Alkalinity Titration

in-house method 10

Acidity Titration

in-house method 17

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)


Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Analysis of ores and minerals Garnet; Ilmenite; Leucoxene; Mineral sands; Monazite; Rutile; Xenotime; Zircon Heavy mineral quartz; Quartz - Free Heavy liquid separation in-house method 6-15 Sink Floating using LST
Titanium X-ray fluorescence (XRF)

in-house method M1 7.32

Aluminium; Calcium; Cerium; Chromium; Hafnium; Iron; Lanthanum; Magnesium; Phosphorus; Silicon; Sulfur; Thorium; Titanium; Uranium; Zirconium X-ray fluorescence (XRF) in-house method XRF/Fusion
Moisture Gravimetric

in-house method M1 7.18

Aluminium; Arsenic; Calcium; Cerium; Chromium; Iron; Lanthanum; Lead; Magnesium; Manganese; Niobium; Phosphorus; Silicon; Sulfur; Thorium; Tin; Titanium; Uranium; Vanadium; Zinc; Zirconium X-ray fluorescence (XRF) in-house method XRF/Fusion
Ferrous oxide Titration

in-house method M1 7.7

Loss on ignition Gravimetric

in-house method M1 7.24

Mineral sands Size analysis Sieve analysis

in-house method M3 6.22

Rutile Molybdenum X-ray fluorescence (XRF)

in-house methods MOL4 and XRF/Fusion

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