mining & mineral processing

mining & mineral processing

CSP products for Mining and Mineral Processing are innovatively engineered using unique state of-the-art wear technology to provide high wear and extended lifetime in operating conditions of high thermal loads, high temperatures and the subsequent cooling from ambient air, as well as high wear abrasion environments. Our worldwide customers: designers, engineers, project managers, production and maintenance departments and contractors have relied on CSP to deliver proven quality cast, forged and fabricated metal products with innovative engineering solutions. Our experienced sales and engineering departments work closely with the end user to determine exactly what is required

We supply an innovative engineered custom solution manufactured to the highest industry standards including ISO 9000, ASTM, AISI, DIN, JIS, SAE or proprietary standards. CSP issues comprehensive engineering standards for all critical components of assemblies and individual components. Once they are reviewed thoroughly with the client, assembly and component drawings are done electronically where all tolerances and dimensions are reviewed and confirmed. As a ISO 9001 certified company, strict QA and QC programs are in place at many levels to insure quality.

mining & mineral processing chemicals | solenis

mining & mineral processing chemicals | solenis

Discover proven solutions to address your operational and sustainability challenges.

Solenis is a premier supplier of mining and mineral processing chemicals to the global mining and mineral processing industry. Regardless of the type of operation, mines and mineral processors face extraordinary challenges, from water scarcity to environmental regulations to increasing pressure to optimize ore extraction. Addressing these challenges takes innovative mining and mineral processing chemicals, but it also requires onsite consultation from industry experts. Solenis has one of the largest and most comprehensive portfolios of mining and mineral processing aids in the industry, supported by a dedicated team of applications specialists who are experts in mining processes, chemistry, engineering, and mining safety.

With our mining and mineral processing chemicals and support capabilities, we can help you establish new productivity benchmarks for your operation while maintaining high safety standards without the need for capital investment. Our product portfolio includes a number of novel products for flocculation, scale control, grinding, dust control and rheology modification, which means we are well-positioned to provide assistance with virtually every application in mining and mineral processing.

Whether your objective is to improve throughput or recovery, to reduce costs, or to comply with environmental requirements, you can count on our dedicated team to provide cost-effective solutions that exceed your expectations.

The Solenis team offers the right people, technology and expertise to solve your most complex water treatment and process improvement challenges.

refractory products for mineral processing

refractory products for mineral processing

The increased use of alternative fuels, coupled with rigorous production demands, has changed refractory materials performance within the mineral processing industry. Traditional refractory materials that performed satisfactorily in the past are now realizing a shorter than expected life. Plibricos CL line has been developed, engineered and manufactured to withstand increased alkali loads and/or abrasive environments.

Our CL gun mixes and shotcrete castables use silicon carbide (SiC) and zircon (ZrO2) for material enhancement to provide additional resistance to alkalis and abrasion. Plibrico shotcrete materials can also be cast in place, providing the flexibility to change installation methods as timing of the job dictates.

Plibricos experienced team of refractory specialists, orPliPartners, provides complete turnkey solutions for your unique mineral processing application. From quality refractory materials to installation, repair and design services, our nationwide network ofPliPartnersare your single-source for reliable refractory solutions.

Plibrico will analyze your operations and recommend the best refractory materials to meet your most demanding thermal requirements. Our stringentquality control policyensures that our refractories will perform with excellence.

Our refractory engineers will work with you to recommend the best solution for your unique challenge. And, you can count on Plibricos experienced installation and repair team to provide safe and efficient construction and maintenance services. We are committed to successfully completing your refractory project, no matter how large or small, on time and on budget.

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mining & mineral processing industry measurement solutions - berthold technologies gmbh &

mining & mineral processing industry measurement solutions - berthold technologies gmbh &

As technology leader in radiometric measurements, Berthold provides a wide range of analysers and measurement solutions that have been specifically designed for the mining and mineral processing industry. Our product range includes non-contacting radiometric measurement systems for level, bulk flow, density and moisture determination.

All measurement solutions are contactless and non-intrusive. Thus, there is no exposure to process media and therefore, our products are unaffected by acidic, caustic, abrasive, dusty or sticky conditions.

Especially in low radiation conditions, our highly sensitive detectors improve the signal to noise ratio, what is resulting in superior measurement performance compared to competing systems. Source replacement is costly, time consuming, and does not work towards a reduction in overall site source activity.

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mining & mineral processing | integral process equipment

mining & mineral processing | integral process equipment

Integral offers the following equipment for the mining industry. Mixpro vertical agitators and gas spargers, WatsonMarlow Bredel and Qdos peristaltic pumps, Derrick Corporation dry screening equipment, vibrating screens, Stack Sizers, hydrocyclones and linear motion machines, SEEPEX dewatering system, drainage stations, dosing pumps, Boerger lobe pumps, Griswold centrifugal pumps and Keto pumps for severe abrasive pumping applications. In addition, Integral offers, Evoqua filter presses, Hasler Groups (formerly RPA Process), Filtre Philippe belt filters, Aoustin table filters, Vernay drum filters, and finally weighing systems from Rice Lake.

Our engineers have over 20 years combined experience.. Equipment preselection, selection, start-up, troubleshooting. Partnerships with world-class manufacturers strengthen our application knowledge.

industrial mineral development : home

industrial mineral development : home

Over 20 years of experience in Mineral processing industry, Industrial Mineral Development become one of Thailands leading mineral processing manufacturer. Exporting to 11 countries in Asia, 4 plants throughout 4 regions in Thailand and more than 200 customers from local and overseas. We are supplying china clays from our own m ine in Chantaburi and ooperate in ceramic market worldwide under our brand, adding value to our customers products.

mineral processing | metallurgy | britannica

mineral processing | metallurgy | britannica

Mineral processing, art of treating crude ores and mineral products in order to separate the valuable minerals from the waste rock, or gangue. It is the first process that most ores undergo after mining in order to provide a more concentrated material for the procedures of extractive metallurgy. The primary operations are comminution and concentration, but there are other important operations in a modern mineral processing plant, including sampling and analysis and dewatering. All these operations are discussed in this article.

Routine sampling and analysis of the raw material being processed are undertaken in order to acquire information necessary for the economic appraisal of ores and concentrates. In addition, modern plants have fully automatic control systems that conduct in-stream analysis of the material as it is being processed and make adjustments at any stage in order to produce the richest possible concentrate at the lowest possible operating cost.

Sampling is the removal from a given lot of material a portion that is representative of the whole yet of convenient size for analysis. It is done either by hand or by machine. Hand sampling is usually expensive, slow, and inaccurate, so that it is generally applied only where the material is not suitable for machine sampling (slimy ore, for example) or where machinery is either not available or too expensive to install.

Many different sampling devices are available, including shovels, pipe samplers, and automatic machine samplers. For these sampling machines to provide an accurate representation of the whole lot, the quantity of a single sample, the total number of samples, and the kind of samples taken are of decisive importance. A number of mathematical sampling models have been devised in order to arrive at the appropriate criteria for sampling.

After one or more samples are taken from an amount of ore passing through a material stream such as a conveyor belt, the samples are reduced to quantities suitable for further analysis. Analytical methods include chemical, mineralogical, and particle size.

Even before the 16th century, comprehensive schemes of assaying (measuring the value of) ores were known, using procedures that do not differ materially from those employed in modern times. Although conventional methods of chemical analysis are used today to detect and estimate quantities of elements in ores and minerals, they are slow and not sufficiently accurate, particularly at low concentrations, to be entirely suitable for process control. As a consequence, to achieve greater efficiency, sophisticated analytical instrumentation is being used to an increasing extent.

In emission spectroscopy, an electric discharge is established between a pair of electrodes, one of which is made of the material being analyzed. The electric discharge vaporizes a portion of the sample and excites the elements in the sample to emit characteristic spectra. Detection and measurement of the wavelengths and intensities of the emission spectra reveal the identities and concentrations of the elements in the sample.

In X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, a sample bombarded with X rays gives off fluorescent X-radiation of wavelengths characteristic of its elements. The amount of emitted X-radiation is related to the concentration of individual elements in the sample. The sensitivity and precision of this method are poor for elements of low atomic number (i.e., few protons in the nucleus, such as boron and beryllium), but for slags, ores, sinters, and pellets where the majority of the elements are in the higher atomic number range, as in the case of gold and lead, the method has been generally suitable.

A successful separation of a valuable mineral from its ore can be determined by heavy-liquid testing, in which a single-sized fraction of a ground ore is suspended in a liquid of high specific gravity. Particles of less density than the liquid remain afloat, while denser particles sink. Several different fractions of particles with the same density (and, hence, similar composition) can be produced, and the valuable mineral components can then be determined by chemical analysis or by microscopic analysis of polished sections.

Coarsely ground minerals can be classified according to size by running them through special sieves or screens, for which various national and international standards have been accepted. One old standard (now obsolete) was the Tyler Series, in which wire screens were identified by mesh size, as measured in wires or openings per inch. Modern standards now classify sieves according to the size of the aperture, as measured in millimetres or micrometres (10-6 metre).

In order to separate the valuable components of an ore from the waste rock, the minerals must be liberated from their interlocked state physically by comminution. As a rule, comminution begins by crushing the ore to below a certain size and finishes by grinding it into powder, the ultimate fineness of which depends on the fineness of dissemination of the desired mineral.

In primitive times, crushers were small, hand-operated pestles and mortars, and grinding was done by millstones turned by men, horses, or waterpower. Today, these processes are carried out in mechanized crushers and mills. Whereas crushing is done mostly under dry conditions, grinding mills can be operated both dry and wet, with wet grinding being predominant.

Some ores occur in nature as mixtures of discrete mineral particles, such as gold in gravel beds and streams and diamonds in mines. These mixtures require little or no crushing, since the valuables are recoverable using other techniques (breaking up placer material in log washers, for instance). Most ores, however, are made up of hard, tough rock masses that must be crushed before the valuable minerals can be released.

In order to produce a crushed material suitable for use as mill feed (100 percent of the pieces must be less than 10 to 14 millimetres, or 0.4 to 0.6 inch, in diameter), crushing is done in stages. In the primary stage, the devices used are mostly jaw crushers with openings as wide as two metres. These crush the ore to less than 150 millimetres, which is a suitable size to serve as feed for the secondary crushing stage. In this stage, the ore is crushed in cone crushers to less than 10 to 15 millimetres. This material is the feed for the grinding mill.

In this process stage, the crushed material can be further disintegrated in a cylinder mill, which is a cylindrical container built to varying length-to-diameter ratios, mounted with the axis substantially horizontal, and partially filled with grinding bodies (e.g., flint stones, iron or steel balls) that are caused to tumble, under the influence of gravity, by revolving the container.

A special development is the autogenous or semiautogenous mill. Autogenous mills operate without grinding bodies; instead, the coarser part of the ore simply grinds itself and the smaller fractions. To semiautogenous mills (which have become widespread), 5 to 10 percent grinding bodies (usually metal spheres) are added.

Yet another development, combining the processes of crushing and grinding, is the roll crusher. This consists essentially of two cylinders that are mounted on horizontal shafts and driven in opposite directions. The cylinders are pressed together under high pressure, so that comminution takes place in the material bed between them.

shaking table | gravity separator - mineral processing

shaking table | gravity separator - mineral processing

Shaking tables are one of the oldest gravity separators in the mineral processing industry, capable of handling minerals and coal of 0-2mm.Shaking tables are rectangular-shaped tables with riffled decks across which a film of water flows. The mechanical drive imparts motion along the long axis of the table, perpendicular to the flow of the water. The water carries the particles of the feed in slurry across the riffles in a fluid film. This causes the fine, high density particles to fall into beds behind the riffles as the coarse, low-density particles are carried in the quickly-moving film. The action of the table is such that particles move with the bed towards the discharge end until the end of the table stroke, at which point the table rapidly moves backwards and the particles momentum propels them still forward.

The capacity of the shaking table is about 0.5 t/h. 1.5-2TPH depending on the particle size of the process. In chromite processing and dressing industry, it is usually dozens of shaking table series or parallel installation to deal with excess tons. Therefore, the required installation space, equipment control difficulties due to the increased number of installations and the need for more automated processes have brought new challenges to the process design.

1. Big channel frame, very strong steel base structure( other companies use small channel frame)2. Polypropylene materials feeding chute and collection chute.(other companies dont have )3. Heighten steel stand,making it more convenient when feeding materials.4. Add cover for belt wheel5. Use top quality fiberglass deck,more wear-resisting6. Has various grooves on the table for your choice. We will recommend the best grooves to you according to your gold size.

mineral processing industry - magnetic separators & magnetic equipments

mineral processing industry - magnetic separators & magnetic equipments

Jaykrishna Magnetics Pvt. Ltd. is the one stop solution to the global mineral processing industry for over 35 years with the design, innovation and supplying. We manufactures wide range of equipment for mining industries.

Jaykrishna Magnetics Pvt. Ltd. is the leading manufacturer and exporter of Magnetic and Vibratory Equipments in India. We are established since 1978. The unique and premium structural design imparts quality and elegance to our products. Our focus is on continuously improving our process, service and products to exceed the benchmarks set by our competitors and offer better products to you.

products | dbs manufacturing

products | dbs manufacturing

Explore our full line of OEM drive units and other products for a wide range of industrial processes. DBS products are innovatively designed to deliver high performance, efficiency and durability, and our engineers can work with you to customize units for specific equipment requirements. All DBS products are backed by the best warranty in the industry.

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