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Opportunity Issue 96

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Sole Distributor of Masimosol 2325 Masimo Chemicals Logistics (Pty) Ltd was established in 2008 as an international chemical distribution company. The main focus market has been the African Copper Belt spanning both the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Zambia and mines in Namibia. Masimosol 2325 is a hydrocarbon solvent especially developed for the Mining Industry. It is used in metallurgical solvent extraction processes where it functions as a diluent/carrier of an extractant (chelating agent) that selectively binds to a specific metal ion with the purpose of purifying dissolved metal ore solutions. Masimosol 2325 is a proven diluent in Solvent Extraction (SX) processes, being utilised in numerous Copper, Gold & Uranium SX operations worldwide since the 1970’s. Its high flash point, quick primary break times, low losses and chemical composition make it eminently suitable for SX applications. The high performing diluent Masimosol 2325 has been developed through years of Masimo working with mining customers and offers many advantages. Masimosol 2325 is a rebrand of the Shell product Shellsol 2325 Parameter Units Masimosol 2325 Shellsol 2325 Appearance Clear & Bright Clear & Bright Density @ 20⁰ C kg/l 0.814 0.814 Distillation Range Deg C 215 - 250 215 - 250 Flash Point Deg C 85 - 90 85 - 90 Aromatics %vol 19 19 Vapour Pressure @20⁰ C kPa

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