Real Time

RTI is an Australian based company specialising in on-line elemental and moisture analysis of bulk materials providing operators with process data to make proactive real-time control decisions to improve plant efficiency and bottom-line profitability.

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Crane and Conveyor Belt in Mining site at Realtime Instruments

From our beginnings as an instrument service provider to the Australian coal industry, RTI has steadily grown and diversified into a high-tech manufacturer and supplier of on-line measurement and analysis equipment to the global mining, mineral processing, power generation, cement production and food industries. RTI’s customers range from small food processing facilities to large multinational mining and power generation companies on all continents.

With a vast global network of reputable business partners on all continents, we can provide customers with unmatched service and sales support ranging from on-site technical services to remote diagnostic and calibration expertise.

RTI’s on-line analysers utilise the latest technology to measure bulk material’s chemical composition, density, and moisture content as the product is transported on a conveyor belt. RTI’s ability to pivot its onshore manufacturing production line allows for easy customisation of existing products to facilitate the analysis of products in hoppers, screw-feeders, chutes, and pipes, in addition to standardised conveying systems.

Our Signature

Our signature product, the AllScan® Elemental Analyser, measures the chemical composition of raw materials in cement production, steel production, coal, iron ore, and most minerals. MoistScan®, the world’s most popular online microwave moisture analyser, measures the moisture content in a wide range of materials. Our AshScan® coal quality analyser measures the total ash content in coal. The GammaScan® also measures total ash content but does not require a nuclear source. RTI’s DD-1000 non-intrusive Digital Density Gauge measures the density of liquids and slurries in pipes. RTI services and distributes a large range of high-performance Belt Weighers, Tectron’s Tramp Metal Detectors, and the MARS Tramp Metal Removal System.

RTI's world-leading analysers equip our customers with powerful process analytics to assist in exceeding revenue, yield and production targets while reducing carbon footprint...

We help them reach Net-Zero targets through improved efficiency, tighter quality control and reduced emissions.

We collect and deliver on-line real time data to operators, meaning they can can make critical decisions - on the spot, when it matters.

Our product line includes Online Measurement, Analysis and Detection Equipment:

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Real Time Instruments Set to Showcase PGNAA Research at SME MINExchange

Real Time Instruments is gearing up to make a significant impact at the upcoming SME MINExchange, an event that brings together key players in the mining and minerals industry. The event, scheduled to take place from February 25th to 28th at the Phoenix Convention Centre, promises to be a platform for industry leaders, professionals, and innovators.

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As debate continues around the decision to increase royalties paid by Queensland coal miners, the industry supply chain is focused on delivering real, effective, and sustainable solutions to operations.

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