Set Point Laboratories, a long-standing ISO 17025 accredited analytical chemistry laboratory will, make its come back at the 13th annual Botswana Resource Sector conference set to be held at the Gaborone International Conference Centre, Gaborone Botswana on the 09 – 10 of June 2015.

The laboratory will be presenting its chemical analytical services and products unique to the resource sector giving show visitors a holistic view on the products and services provided, ranging from full commercial laboratories to setting up and operating on-site and mobile facilities.

“We offer a range of analytical tests on PGM’s and Gold, Light Elements, Uranium and rare earths, and Water, as well as unique outsourced, or managed mine and on-site or mobile laboratories (such as the ones in Mozambique and Gabon) which allows clients to focus on their core competencies while ensuring that the analytical data received is accurate and consistent,” say Kevin Gerber, Managing director Set Point Laboratories..

Set Point Laboratories has labs in South Africa and Botswana, and expanded into Mozambique, Gabon and Namibia, and are planning to further expand their footprint into the rest of Africa. They have a water laboratory specialising in the analysis of ground, surface, drinking, waste and process water.

Endorsed by the MMWER and BCM, Botswana Resource Sector Conference brings together most of the resource players in Botswana under one roof with over 350 delegates attending annually we are pleased to be part of it as it will provide us with great networking opportunities – particularly with regards to our coal analysis offering” says Gerber.

Set Point Laboratories has a branch in Francistown, Botswana and offers various testing which include:

  • Platinum Group Metals and Gold
  • Base Metals
  • Light Elements
  • Uranium and Rare Earths
  • Coal
  • Water

We encourage the show visitors to visit us in stand number 3 throughout the event and meet our team who will be able to provide extensive information on our products and services.