desktop mill | training mill | compact cnc | vertical mills haas cnc machines

desktop mill | training mill | compact cnc | vertical mills haas cnc machines

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The Haas Desktop Mill is the ultimate training machine for schools and technical colleges. Powered by a full-function Haas CNC control housed in our portable simulator enclosure, the Desktop Mill is perfect for teaching the basic principles of programming and operating a CNC mill. Designed to cut plastics and machinable wax, it is also perfect for hobbyists and benchtop machinists.

Aimed at the education sector, as well as the benchtop machinist, the Desktop Mill combines a full-featured Haas control with a desktop-sized machine to create the perfect package for both teaching and learning the basics of CNC programming and operation.

The Haas Desktop Mill is a portable CNC machine geared toward the education and hobbyist market. It is perfect for learning the fundamentals of CNC programming, right on the industry-leading Haas control. Operate and program a fully functioning Haas CNC machine, right on your desktop.

The Desktop Mill is the perfect teaching and hobbyist machine. Though small in size, it has full-sized features, including a full-function Haas control. Its compact size and ease-of-use can turn any classroom or office into a hands-on CNC training center!

Teaching CNC setup, operation, and programming has never been eaiser or more economical! Although the Desktop Mill is small, it has exactly the same functionality and controls as full-size Haas machines, so students and hobbyists can learn actual machine operation and programming techniques, without needing the space or resources required for a production machine.

The Desktop Mill is powered by a full-function Haas control housed in our portable simulator enclosure. It offers the same features and capabilities as a full-size Haas machine, so nothing is lost in translation when transitioning from the Desktop Mill to a production machine. Operators will have full access to, and quickly learn, all the powerful functions of the Haas control, such as our easy-to-use Visual Programming System (VPS), M130 media display, WiFi networking, HaasDrop, and more!

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upgrades to paradine mill facility nearing completion

upgrades to paradine mill facility nearing completion

WINNIPEG, MB / ACCESSWIRE / June 4, 2021 / Winston Gold Corp. ('Winston Gold' or the 'Corporation') (CSE:WGC) (OTCQB:WGMCF) is pleased to announce that the necessary upgrades to the Paradine Mill Facility, near Radersburg, Montana, are nearing completion, despite staffing, material acquisition and delivery challenges.

'Naturally, with any re-commissioning activity, unforeseen challenges inevitably arise,' commented Mr. Murray Nye, CEO and Director of Winston Gold Corp. 'I must commend our staff at the Paradine Mill facility for their perseverance and dedication during this period. The overall advantages of renovating an old mill still significantly outweigh building and permitting a new one.'

Work at the mill is now focused on installing critical new parts (delayed due to shipping issues), in addition to re-configuring and optimizing the floatation circuits. The following points summarize the progress achieved to date:

The Paradine mill facility is being developed into a turn-key mineral processing plant,' stated Mr. Joseph Carrabba, Executive Chairman of Winston Gold. 'The mill lies in the heart of a region blessed with precious metal endowment, and the future value opportunities are significant.'

Towards that end, Winston Gold recently formed a joint venture with Bond Resources (CSE:BJB) to test the near-term cash-flow viability of another past producer, the Hard Cash Mine. (Refer to news release dated May 13th 2021). The Hard Cash property is located just 4.3 miles from the Paradine Mill and an initial drill program should commence shortly.

The Paradine mill located just 35 miles (56 km) by paved road from the Company's wholly owned Winston Gold project which is situated near Helena, Montana. The Mill has a nameplate capacity of 150 tons per day and hosts a ball milling circuit as well as both a gravity and flotation circuit. A new lined settling pond has been constructed for tailings disposal with a 35,000-ton capacity and two additional ponds are also being built.

The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by Dr. Criss Capps PhD. P.Geol., an independent consultant to Winston Gold Corp. Dr. Capps is a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

Winston Gold is a junior mining company focused on advancing high-grade, low-cost mining opportunities into production. Towards that end, the Corporation has acquired the under-explored and under-exploited Winston Gold project near Helena, Montana.

The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the information contained herein. This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the 'U.S. Securities Act'), or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed 'forward-looking statements'. All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address events or developments that Winston Gold Mining Corp. (the 'Company') expects to occur, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words 'expects', 'plans', 'anticipates', 'believes', 'intends', 'estimates', 'projects', 'potential' and similar expressions, or that events or conditions 'will', 'would', 'may', 'could' or 'should' occur. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include regulatory actions, market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of the Company's management on the date the statements are made. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management's beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

WINNIPEG, MB / ACCESSWIRE / June 4, 2021 / Winston Gold Corp. ('Winston Gold' or the 'Corporation') (CSE:WGC) (OTCQB:WGMCF) is pleased to announce that the necessary upgrades to the Paradine Mill Facility, near Radersburg, Montana, are nearing completion, despite staffing, material acquisition and delivery challenges.

'Naturally, with any re-commissioning activity, unforeseen challenges inevitably arise,' commented Mr. Murray Nye, CEO and Director of Winston Gold Corp. 'I must commend our staff at the Paradine Mill facility for their perseverance and dedication during this period. The overall advantages of renovating an old mill still significantly outweigh building and permitting a new one.'

Work at the mill is now focused on installing critical new parts (delayed due to shipping issues), in addition to re-configuring and optimizing the floatation circuits. The following points summarize the progress achieved to date:

The Paradine mill facility is being developed into a turn-key mineral processing plant,' stated Mr. Joseph Carrabba, Executive Chairman of Winston Gold. 'The mill lies in the heart of a region blessed with precious metal endowment, and the future value opportunities are significant.'

Towards that end, Winston Gold recently formed a joint venture with Bond Resources (CSE:BJB) to test the near-term cash-flow viability of another past producer, the Hard Cash Mine. (Refer to news release dated May 13th 2021). The Hard Cash property is located just 4.3 miles from the Paradine Mill and an initial drill program should commence shortly.

The Paradine mill located just 35 miles (56 km) by paved road from the Company's wholly owned Winston Gold project which is situated near Helena, Montana. The Mill has a nameplate capacity of 150 tons per day and hosts a ball milling circuit as well as both a gravity and flotation circuit. A new lined settling pond has been constructed for tailings disposal with a 35,000-ton capacity and two additional ponds are also being built.

The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by Dr. Criss Capps PhD. P.Geol., an independent consultant to Winston Gold Corp. Dr. Capps is a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

Winston Gold is a junior mining company focused on advancing high-grade, low-cost mining opportunities into production. Towards that end, the Corporation has acquired the under-explored and under-exploited Winston Gold project near Helena, Montana.

The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the information contained herein. This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the 'U.S. Securities Act'), or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed 'forward-looking statements'. All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address events or developments that Winston Gold Mining Corp. (the 'Company') expects to occur, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words 'expects', 'plans', 'anticipates', 'believes', 'intends', 'estimates', 'projects', 'potential' and similar expressions, or that events or conditions 'will', 'would', 'may', 'could' or 'should' occur. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include regulatory actions, market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of the Company's management on the date the statements are made. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management's beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

mini mill | 40-taper mill | vertical mills haas cnc machines

mini mill | 40-taper mill | vertical mills haas cnc machines

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Haas Mini Mills are the industry standard for compact machining centers. They provide an economical solution for small parts machining in a compact package that is loaded with full-size features. The Mini Mill is perfect for schools, start-up shops, or as a first step into CNC machining. It is a valuable addition for shops needing a second-op machine, or an additional spindle where space is limited.

This super-popular, small-footprint machine has proved successful in small and large shops alike. Bob and Bryan talk about the improvements made to increase reliability and make the machine even easier to use.

*Haas machines are designed to operate on 220 VAC power. An optional internal high-voltage transformer (380 - 480 VAC) is available for all models, except the Desktop Mill, CL-1, and CM-1. Note: This optional high-voltage internal transformer is not field installable; it must be ordered with the machine.

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synergy international

synergy international

SIG is well known conveyor belt manufacturer from Italy. SIG offers a huge range of products for Cement, Steel, Chemical, Food and Mining sectors and for all the advanced industrial fields, which needs material conveying.The existing company was born in Milan-Italy in 1945.

RENOLD is a leader in global supply of all types of industrial chains with international business tradition of more than 100 years, with head quarters in UK and manufacturing facilities across the globe.

WEARRESIST Technologies Private Limited, India is into manufacturing and development of various products to protect from industrial wear and tear for core industries such as Cement, Sugar, Steel, Mining, Ceramics, Power, Ready-mix and Crushers. Wearresist Technologies was established in the year 1996.

HYDERABAD CASTING LTD. India is a manufacturer for highly reliable special casting with higher productivity having high temperature wear resistance properties, improved corrosion resistance and better thermal stability. Hyderabad Castings Limited was established in the year 1987.

FONDERIA GELLI is a leading Italian foundry specialized in Ball Mills Technology with Worldwide presence and is in the industry since 1926.Fonderia Gelli has developed several solutions in liners and diaphragm to optimize the grinding process and to find better solutions for customers.

Shanthi gears Limited is a well-known Gear manufacturer from India. Shanthi gears Limited is the first Indian gear manufacturing company to get the converted AS-9100D for the design and supply of components for Aerospace. SGL offers a wide range of critical components involved in power transmission process including gears, gear boxes, geared motor and gear assemblies. We exclusively represent Shanthi Gears in GCC and African region.

ball mill design/power calculation

ball mill design/power calculation

The basic parameters used in ball mill design (power calculations), rod mill or anytumbling millsizing are; material to be ground, characteristics, Bond Work Index, bulk density, specific density, desired mill tonnage capacity DTPH, operating % solids or pulp density, feed size as F80 and maximum chunk size, productsize as P80 and maximum and finally the type of circuit open/closed you are designing for.

In extracting fromNordberg Process Machinery Reference ManualI will also provide 2 Ball Mill Sizing (Design) example done by-hand from tables and charts. Today, much of this mill designing is done by computers, power models and others. These are a good back-to-basics exercises for those wanting to understand what is behind or inside the machines.

W = power consumption expressed in kWh/short to (HPhr/short ton = 1.34 kWh/short ton) Wi = work index, which is a factor relative to the kwh/short ton required to reduce a given material from theoretically infinite size to 80% passing 100 microns P = size in microns of the screen opening which 80% of the product will pass F = size in microns of the screen opening which 80% of the feed will pass

Open circuit grinding to a given surface area requires no more power than closed circuit grinding to the same surface area provided there is no objection to the natural top-size. If top-size must be limited in open circuit, power requirements rise drastically as allowable top-size is reduced and particle size distribution tends toward the finer sizes.

A wet grinding ball mill in closed circuit is to be fed 100 TPH of a material with a work index of 15 and a size distribution of 80% passing inch (6350 microns). The required product size distribution is to be 80% passing 100 mesh (149 microns). In order to determine the power requirement, the steps are as follows:

The ball mill motorpower requirement calculated above as 1400 HP is the power that must be applied at the mill drive in order to grind the tonnage of feed from one size distribution. The following shows how the size or select thematching mill required to draw this power is calculated from known tables the old fashion way.

The value of the angle a varies with the type of discharge, percent of critical speed, and grinding condition. In order to use the preceding equation, it is necessary to have considerable data on existing installations. Therefore, this approach has been simplified as follows:

A = factor for diameter inside shell lining B = factor which includes effect of % loading and mill type C = factor for speed of mill L = length in feet of grinding chamber measured between head liners at shell- to-head junction

Many grinding mill manufacturers specify diameter inside the liners whereas othersare specified per inside shell diameter. (Subtract 6 to obtain diameter inside liners.) Likewise, a similar confusion surrounds the length of a mill. Therefore, when comparing the size of a mill between competitive manufacturers, one should be aware that mill manufacturers do not observe a size convention.

In Example No.1 it was determined that a 1400 HP wet grinding ball mill was required to grind 100 TPH of material with a Bond Work Index of 15 (guess what mineral type it is) from 80% passing inch to 80% passing 100 mesh in closed circuit. What is the size of an overflow discharge ball mill for this application?

carters mill active retirement community | senior living near me | del webb

carters mill active retirement community | senior living near me | del webb

The HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index allows buyers to compare the relative energy efficiency of different homes. The HERS Index home energy rating is determined by an independent RESNET-certified home energy rater ("Rater"). The lower a home’s score, the more energy efficient it is in comparison to the HERS referenced home. For every one-point decrease in the HERS Index score, there is a corresponding one percent (1%) reduction in energy consumption as compared to a home with a HERS Index of 100. A home with a HERS score of 100 reflects a home built to 2006 IEEC Building Codes. See the bottom of this page for more information on HERS scores.

The HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index allows buyers to compare the relative energy efficiency of different homes. The HERS Index home energy rating is determined by an independent RESNET-certified home energy rater ("Rater"). The lower a home's score, the more energy efficient it is in comparison to the HERS referenced home. For every one-point decrease in the HERS Index score, there is a corresponding one percent (1%) reduction in energy consumption as compared to a home with a HERS Index of 100. A home with a HERS score of 100 reflects a home build to 2006 IEEC Building Codes. See the bottom of this page for more information on HERS scores.

The HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index allows buyers to compare the relative energy efficiency of different homes. The HERS Index home energy rating is determined by an independent RESNET-certified home energy rater ("Rater"). The lower a home’s score, the more energy efficient it is in comparison to the HERS referenced home. For every one-point decrease in the HERS Index score, there is a corresponding one percent (1%) reduction in energy consumption as compared to a home with a HERS Index of 100. A home with a HERS score of 100 reflects a home built to 2006 IEEC Building Codes. See the bottom of this page for more information on HERS scores.

Carters Mill is a new Del Webb, resort-style community featuring low-maintenance single-family & villa homes in Haymarket, VA for those 55 & over. The 14,000 sq. ft. clubhouse includes an indoor & outdoor pool, fitness & yoga rooms, & more active lifestyle amenities. Live close to shopping, restaurants, wineries & breweries nearby in Haymarket & Gainesville! Carters Mill is perfect for active adults wanting to stay near family & friends!

Located in Prince William County, Carters Mill is close to downtown Haymarket, home to quaint restaurants & shops. The 55+ community is adjacent to The Farm Brewery at Broad Run! I-66 is conveniently just a mile away, giving you access to Gainesville & beyond.

Discover activities and hobby clubs at Carters Mill with your new neighbors. Stay active at the indoor pool or choose from a variety of fitness classes in the movement studio and fitness room. Enjoy a friendly game of bocce ball or pickle ball. A Lifestyle Director will assist in creating a fun and social environment for residents of Carters Mill! There is truly something for everyone at Carters Mill by Del Webb.

Discover activities and hobby clubs at Carters Mill with your new neighbors. Stay active at the indoor pool or choose from a variety of fitness classes in the movement studio and fitness room. Enjoy a friendly game of bocce ball or pickle ball. A Lifestyle Director will assist in creating a fun and social environment for residents of Carters Mill! There is truly something for everyone at Carters Mill by Del Webb.

The 14,000 sq. ft. Buckland House is the social hub of Carters Mill, featuring an outdoor pool with shade cabanas, lounge seating, an indoor pool and spa, social halls, a demonstration kitchen, game room, movement studio, fitness room, crafts room and cards room with a bar area. Here, youll find the onsite Lifestyle Director who will assist residents in creating a fun and social environment at Carters Mill! Join others from early morning workouts to late night happy social events. Make yourself at home.

The 14,000 sq. ft. Buckland House is the social hub of Carters Mill, featuring an outdoor pool with shade cabanas, lounge seating, an indoor pool and spa, social halls, a demonstration kitchen, game room, movement studio, fitness room, crafts room and cards room with a bar area. Here, youll find the onsite Lifestyle Director who will assist residents in creating a fun and social environment at Carters Mill! Join others from early morning workouts to late night happy social events. Make yourself at home.

Carters Mill is the perfect place to pursue your passion or find new ones. Swim in our indoor and outdoor pools, or head outdoors on the walking paths. Hit the onsite, fitness studio in the morning so you can spend your evening surrounded by friends at the community fire pit or sipping wine in the cards room with friends. Play pickle ball or bocce on one of the outdoor courts and gather with friends under the coveredlounge area by the outdoor pool with shade cabanas.

Carters Mill is the perfect place to pursue your passion or find new ones. Swim in our indoor and outdoor pools, or head outdoors on the walking paths. Hit the onsite, fitness studio in the morning so you can spend your evening surrounded by friends at the community fire pit or sipping wine in the cards room with friends. Play pickle ball or bocce on one of the outdoor courts and gather with friends under the coveredlounge area by the outdoor pool with shade cabanas.

Developed using quality control measures, the Del Webb Build Quality Experience is a step-by-step process that helps to ensure your home is built with a high level of quality down to the very last detail.

Prices may not include lot premiums, upgrades and options. Community Association and golf fees may be required. Prices, promotions, incentives, features, options, amenities, floor plans, elevations, designs, materials, and dimensions are subject to change without notice. Square footage and dimensions are estimated and may vary in actual construction. Community improvements and recreational features and amenities described are based upon current development plans which are subject to change and which are under no obligation to be completed. Actual position of house on lot will be determined by the site plan and plot plan. Floor plans, interiors and elevations are artist's conception or model renderings and are not intended to show specific detailing. Floor plans are the property of PulteGroup, Inc. and its affiliates and are protected by U.S. copyright laws. For further information, see our terms of use. This is not an offering to residents of NY, NJ, CA or CT or where otherwise prohibited by law. This material shall not constitute a valid offer in any state where prior registration is required or if void by law. Centex Real Estate Company, LLC is a licensed North Carolina General Contractor (License # 37977). Pulte Home Company, LLC is a licensed North Carolina General Contractor (License # 19311). Pulte Homes of Californiais a licensed California real estate broker (License # 02023929). Del Webbs Coventry Homes of Nevada Inc. is a licensed Nevada real estate broker (lic. # B.1002042) 7255 S Tenaya Way, Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89113 (702) 914-4800, NMLS Entity Identifier #1007381-240. American West is a trademark of PulteGroup, Inc. and/or its affiliates. 2020 PulteGroup, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. [January 2020]. HERS RATING HOME ENERGY SCALE DISCLAIMER This Home Energy Scale may be displayed on a model home or utilized in other marketing materials for homes within this community, illustrating a projected HERS Score Rating and potential utility savings. Energy efficiency ratings may be expressed as a HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index rating. The HERS Index is a registered trademark of the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 1995 to develop and maintain national standards for evaluating building energy and resource energy performance. The HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index allows buyers to compare the relative energy efficiency of different homes. The HERS Index home energy rating is determined by an independent RESNET-certified home energy rater (Rater). The lower a homes score, the more energy efficient it is in comparison to the HERS referenced home. For every one-point decrease in the HERS Index score, there is a corresponding one percent (1%) reduction in energy consumption as compared to a home with a HERS Index of 100. Using RESNETS energy efficiency software, the Rater determines a homes energy rating by analyzing the homes construction plans and performing onsite inspections; the HERS rating provided by Seller is generally not an as-built rating. Note that newer energy efficiency building codes have been adopted in some states so that newly-constructed homes in those states will usually achieve a HERS Index score lower than 100 and thus be more energy efficient than the HERS-referenced standard new home. The HERS Index score for this home, and the estimated energy costs, if shown on the label, are estimates only and are based upon the average energy performance for specified home categories as determined by HERS. Energy efficient features will vary depending upon the floor plans, elevations, design amenities/upgrades and the location of the home. Seller does not represent, warrant, or guarantee all homes sold by Seller have been individually rated. Further an energy rating score may or may not factor in all options and/or upgrades available to be installed in the home. Seller does not warrant or guarantee the monthly or annual utility bills for the home. The estimated monthly energy costs, if shown on the label, actual energy costs and/or energy usage are dependent on a number of factors, including utility rates, energy consumption, home maintenance, size of household, energy conservation practices, home orientation, and surrounding climate and weather conditions. Seller does not guarantee any specific level of electric and/or gas energy utility costs or savings. Seller has no business interest in any home energy efficiency evaluation organization or system, software program or rater. Seller reserves the right to modify or vary features or components so long as they are constructed in accordance with applicable laws. Information contained herein is based upon data obtained from third parties and should not be used as the only source of information when making purchasing decisions, investment decisions or tax decisions, or when executing other binding agreements. Seller reserves the right to modify or vary features or components which are constructed in accordance with applicable laws. HGTV and their associated logos are trademarks of HGTV. HGTV and their associated logos aretrademarks of Scripps Networks, LLC. Photos c 2020 Scripps Networks, LLC. Used with Permission;All rights reserved.

Prices may not include lot premiums, upgrades and options. Community Association and golf fees may be required. Prices, promotions, incentives, features, options, amenities, floor plans, elevations, designs, materials, and dimensions are subject to change without notice. Square footage and dimensions are estimated and may vary in actual construction. Community improvements and recreational features and amenities described are based upon current development plans which are subject to change and which are under no obligation to be completed. Actual position of house on lot will be determined by the site plan and plot plan. Floor plans, interiors and elevations are artist's conception or model renderings and are not intended to show specific detailing. Floor plans are the property of PulteGroup, Inc. and its affiliates and are protected by U.S. copyright laws. For further information, see our terms of use. This is not an offering to residents of NY, NJ, CA or CT or where otherwise prohibited by law. This material shall not constitute a valid offer in any state where prior registration is required or if void by law. Centex Real Estate Company, LLC is a licensed North Carolina General Contractor (License # 37977). Pulte Home Company, LLC is a licensed North Carolina General Contractor (License # 19311). Pulte Homes of Californiais a licensed California real estate broker (License # 02023929). Del Webbs Coventry Homes of Nevada Inc. is a licensed Nevada real estate broker (lic. # B.1002042) 7255 S Tenaya Way, Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89113 (702) 914-4800, NMLS Entity Identifier #1007381-240. American West is a trademark of PulteGroup, Inc. and/or its affiliates. 2020 PulteGroup, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. [January 2020].

HERS RATING HOME ENERGY SCALE DISCLAIMER This Home Energy Scale may be displayed on a model home or utilized in other marketing materials for homes within this community, illustrating a projected HERS Score Rating and potential utility savings. Energy efficiency ratings may be expressed as a HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index rating. The HERS Index is a registered trademark of the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 1995 to develop and maintain national standards for evaluating building energy and resource energy performance. The HERS (Home Energy Rating System) Index allows buyers to compare the relative energy efficiency of different homes. The HERS Index home energy rating is determined by an independent RESNET-certified home energy rater (Rater). The lower a homes score, the more energy efficient it is in comparison to the HERS referenced home. For every one-point decrease in the HERS Index score, there is a corresponding one percent (1%) reduction in energy consumption as compared to a home with a HERS Index of 100. Using RESNETS energy efficiency software, the Rater determines a homes energy rating by analyzing the homes construction plans and performing onsite inspections; the HERS rating provided by Seller is generally not an as-built rating. Note that newer energy efficiency building codes have been adopted in some states so that newly-constructed homes in those states will usually achieve a HERS Index score lower than 100 and thus be more energy efficient than the HERS-referenced standard new home. The HERS Index score for this home, and the estimated energy costs, if shown on the label, are estimates only and are based upon the average energy performance for specified home categories as determined by HERS. Energy efficient features will vary depending upon the floor plans, elevations, design amenities/upgrades and the location of the home. Seller does not represent, warrant, or guarantee all homes sold by Seller have been individually rated. Further an energy rating score may or may not factor in all options and/or upgrades available to be installed in the home. Seller does not warrant or guarantee the monthly or annual utility bills for the home. The estimated monthly energy costs, if shown on the label, actual energy costs and/or energy usage are dependent on a number of factors, including utility rates, energy consumption, home maintenance, size of household, energy conservation practices, home orientation, and surrounding climate and weather conditions. Seller does not guarantee any specific level of electric and/or gas energy utility costs or savings. Seller has no business interest in any home energy efficiency evaluation organization or system, software program or rater. Seller reserves the right to modify or vary features or components so long as they are constructed in accordance with applicable laws. Information contained herein is based upon data obtained from third parties and should not be used as the only source of information when making purchasing decisions, investment decisions or tax decisions, or when executing other binding agreements. Seller reserves the right to modify or vary features or components which are constructed in accordance with applicable laws.

HGTV and their associated logos are trademarks of HGTV. HGTV and their associated logos aretrademarks of Scripps Networks, LLC. Photos c 2020 Scripps Networks, LLC. Used with Permission;All rights reserved.

operations and maintenance training for ball mills

operations and maintenance training for ball mills

Learn how to optimise your ball mill systems in this 5-day training seminar focused on best practices for operations and maintenance (preventive and reactive) to achieve energy savings, reduced maintenance costs and overall improved productivity of the ball mill systems. Ball mills are used for many applications in cement production: raw meal grinding, coal and petcoke grinding as well as finish cement grinding. Each of these systems have their similarities and differences. This ball mill seminar is designed to train your personnel on the overall technology, operation and maintenance of your ball mill cement grinding system. The seminar focuses on the latest best practices for the operation and maintenance of ball mill systems to allow for optimal cement production, energy savings, reduced maintenance costs as well as the continuous improvement of the overall equipment operation. The course offers classroom instruction from our FLSmidth ball mill specialists and case studies based on real situations at different ball mill installations. Working sessions are scheduled to allow for a thorough study of the design and function of the main equipment, including but not limited to the latest methods for optimisation and possibilities for upgrades and modernisation of the current systems and operations. Maintenance training is focused on routine preventive maintenance to minimize downtime in ball mill systems, as well as developing preventive maintenance programmes and troubleshooting techniques to quickly identify and fix problems. Beyond what you will learn about your ball mill systems, this seminar provides excellent networking opportunities with our specialists as well as your counterparts from the cement industry.

Learn how to optimise your ball mill systems in this 5-day training seminar focused on best practices for operations and maintenance (preventive and reactive) to achieve energy savings, reduced maintenance costs and overall improved productivity of the ball mill systems.

Ball mills are used for many applications in cement production: raw meal grinding, coal and petcoke grinding as well as finish cement grinding. Each of these systems have their similarities and differences. This ball mill seminar is designed to train your personnel on the overall technology, operation and maintenance of your ball mill cement grinding system.

The seminar focuses on the latest best practices for the operation and maintenance of ball mill systems to allow for optimal cement production, energy savings, reduced maintenance costs as well as the continuous improvement of the overall equipment operation.

The course offers classroom instruction from our FLSmidth ball mill specialists and case studies based on real situations at different ball mill installations. Working sessions are scheduled to allow for a thorough study of the design and function of the main equipment, including but not limited to the latest methods for optimisation and possibilities for upgrades and modernisation of the current systems and operations.

Maintenance training is focused on routine preventive maintenance to minimize downtime in ball mill systems, as well as developing preventive maintenance programmes and troubleshooting techniques to quickly identify and fix problems.

FLSmidth provides sustainable productivity to the global mining and cement industries. We deliver market-leading engineering, equipment and service solutions that enable our customers to improve performance, drive down costs and reduce environmental impact. Our operations span the globe and we are close to 10,200 employees, present in more than 60 countries. In 2020, FLSmidth generated revenue of DKK 16.4 billion. MissionZero is our sustainability ambition towards zero emissions in mining and cement by 2030.

major mines & projects | sentinel mine

major mines & projects | sentinel mine

The Sentinel deposit is a sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposit. Mineralisation is predominantly primary sulphide copper, with sheet-like horizons of ore dipping north at 20-30o . The mineralisation is parallel to dominant foliation, within the structurally deformed carbonaceous phyllite host.Copper mineralisation at Sentinel is limited to the strongly deformed phyllite unit, with rare lowgrade mineralisation extending only 1-2 metres into the hanging and foot-wall from the contact. The ore-body strikes approximately east-west for 11 km and mineralised horizons dip 20 to 30 degrees in a northerly direction, generally parallel to the dominant foliation.The dominant copper-bearing mineral is chalcopyrite and typically occurs within bedding/foliation parallel quartz-kyanite-carbonate mm-scale veinlets. Within folded zones, veinlets tend to be thicker (mm scale), blebby, and more irregular, and often contain a relatively higher proportion of chalcopyrite. Late sulphide-bearing cross-cutting veinlets and disseminated or blebby chalcopyrite are less common.The oxidised horizon, up to approximately 70 m in depth, contains non-primary sulphide Cuminerals, predominantly chalcocite, and tarnished chalcopyrite. The top 5-15 metres from surface is typically leached of copper, or contains mixed refractory copper and trace oxide minerals.Nickel-cobalt mineralisation exists predominantly in the form of cobalt-pentlandite, with trace amounts of vaesite. Apart from rare sporadic metre-scales lenses (likely related to structures) the Ni-Co mineralisation occurs as a discrete horizon within the footwall phyllite. Footwall phyllite refers to the lowermost portion of phyllite that tends to be barren, or very low in copper mineralisation. Ni-Co mineralisation is best developed in the NE extent of the deposit, proximal to the Kalumbila Fault.

The Sentinel Pit is being mined in a series of terraced phases, using large-scale mining equipment, and with mining costs expected to be minimised through the adoption of bulk mining and ore handling methods featuring electric shovels and drill rigs, trolley-assisted (TA) haulage, and in-pit primary crushing and conveying (IPCC). Waste and ore haul cycle times, and hence fuel consumption, are expected to be reduced through the adoption of TA and IPCC.Open pit mining at Sentinel commenced in two surface box-cut areas of the Phase 1 Pit; ie, in the north west boxcut in April 2013, and then in the south boxcut from early 2014. Since 2013-2014, mining has proceeded in the Phase 1 pit to a current depth of approximately 200 m. The Phase 2 pit, immediately to the east, was progressively cleared and grade control drilled from 2016. Mining from the southern pit crest limits, 800 m across to the Musangezhi River, now extends along a strike length of 1.2 km and to a depth of approximately 25 m.Mining capacity will eventually increase to around 68 million bcm of ore and waste mined per annum. The ultimate 5.7 kilometres long, 1.5 kilometres wide and 390 metres deep pit will be mined in stages, with ore crushed in-pit and conveyed overland to the Sentinel process plant.Three in-pit crushers and associated overland ore conveyors have been installed and are operational within the main pit. The conveyors extending across to the plant crushed ore stockpile via a surface transfer bin. A fourth in-pit crusher is scheduled to be commissioned in late 2021. Pit expansion continued eastward with ongoing mining of the second mining stage during 2020. Mining follows conventional drill and blast, shovel and truck mining practice. The sequence of mining activities is also conventional and is generally as follows:- RC grade control drilling delineates the ore zones- a grade control model is developed from which blast limits and digging blocks are designed- ore and waste blocks are blasted to design, according to layouts based on varying hole patterns and powder factors to suit prevailing ground conditions - specific blast designs are engineered to suit excavations in close proximity to in-pit crushers and conveyors- trim blasts and perimeter blasting techniques are used to ensure pit wall profiles are cut to the correct angle and to minimise wall damage- electric and diesel/hydraulic shovels and excavators load the blasted rock into a fleet of 330 to 360 tonne and 240 tonne capacity haul trucks - ore is hauled direct to IPCs or to active and long-term stockpiles, whilst waste is hauled to surface dump tip heads- trolley assisted haulage is currently in use for waste hauls, and is proposed for future ore hauls from increasingly deeper mining elevations.Noteworthy changes from the 2015 Technical Report (FQM, May 2015) production plan are:- the proposed expansion of cupriferous ore processing to 62 Mtpa, commencing in 2022- a commensurate increase in total mining movement capacity to about 180 Mtpa from 2022, and 190 Mtpa from 2026- installation of a fourth IPC during 2021, near-surface, in the Phase 2 pit

Primary crushingThe primary crushing circuit consists of three semi-mobile, independent gyratory crushers (IPCs) operating in open circuit. The crushers operate with a nominal open side setting of 165 mm. With all three crushers operating, running times average 16 hours per day, although 24 hour operation is possible. Each crusher is located in-pit, to minimise haulage distances, with crushed ore conveyed to a pit top bin from where the ore is conveyed either directly to the mill feed stockpile, or to secondary crushing. In late 2021, a fourth IPC will be installed, thereby enabling three crushers to continue in operation whilst one is being relocated to a new position deeper in the pit.A fourth crusher, IPC4A, is now required to ensure crushing continuity when any of the other three are being relocated, and also importantly, to supplement crushing capacity for the proposed 62 Mtpa processing expansion. The nominal crushing rate of each of IPC1A, IPC2A and IPC3A is 4,000 tonnes per hour. After availability and utilisation factors, plus operational downtime, this rate equates to approximately 18 Mtpa crushed per IPC. The larger capacity IPC4A crusher, when operational, will have a nominal crushing rate of 5,500 tonnes per hour. After similar allowances and factors, this equates to approximately 25 Mtpa crushed.Crushed ore stockpiling and reclaimTwo parallel shuttle conveyors are used to deliver crushed material to the stockpile and to distribute the crushed ore along the length of the stockpile. The stockpile has a live capacity of at least 12 hours, approximately 60,000 tonnes. The total capacity of the stockpile can be utilised, if required, by bull-dozing the dead load into the stockpile discharge chutes. Ore is recovered from the crushed ore stockpile by four apron feeders (per mill) located in a tunnel underneath the stockpile.Milling, pebble crushingThe mills were selected on the basis of two milling trains, each comprising the largest SAG and ball mills currently proven at other operations, at the time of design. On that basis, a 28 MW SAG mill (internal diameter of 12.19 m (40 ft)) and a 22 MW ball mill (8.53 m internal diameter (28 ft)) were selected for each milling train. All the mills are equipped with gearless drives. Each milling train is designed to grind 3,500 tph of material from a feed size of 80% passing 130 mm to a product size of 80% passing 212 m. A pebble crusher is included in the circuit to crush pebbles ejected from the SAG mills, down to minus 12 mm before recycling them to the stockpile feed conveyor.Each SAG mill has a dedicated cyclone cluster, with cyclone underflow being directed to the ball mill. Each ball mill has two cyclone clusters, with cyclone overflow mixing with SAG cyclone overflow and gravitating to rougher flotation.

Sentinel copper ores have an average copper grade of approximately 0.50% Cu. At a processing rate of 55 Mtpa and with 90% recovery, the annual production of copper (in concentrate) is approximately 247,500 tpa Cu.The processing plant design is based on a conventional sulphide ore flotation circuit designed to treat 55 Mtpa of ore, with a separate 4 Mtpa circuit designed to process nickel ore feed from Enterprise project or additional copper ore feed from Sentinel. 62 Mtpa processing is now proposed, commencing from 2022.The concentrator circuit comprises:- in-pit crushing of run of mine (ROM) ore- conveying of primary crushed ore to secondary crushing and to ore stockpiles- partial secondary crushing of primary crushed ore prior to stockpiles- SAG and ball milling of crushed ore, with size classification by hydrocyclones. A grind size of 80% passing 212 m is targeted- flash Flotation for fast floating coarse chalcopyrit ........

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