Article by Eriez plublished in the Global Mining Review (March 2023) on water conservation and the role of coarse particle floation.
The full March edition of the Global Mining Review can be found here.
Di Feoa, Volcheka, Morina, Demersa, Mortazavia
Published in Proceedings of the IMPC2020 Congress, SAIMM
The objective of this paper was to investigate the possibility of reducing process (fresh) water and increasing recycled water (thickener tank overflow water). As part of the investiga...
Pyle, Ballantyne, Chandramohan, Vizcarra, Lane
Presented at the Preconcentration Digital Conference November 2020
Preconcentration, through gravity separation (Wallace et al, 2015), magnetic separation and particle size (Clout, 2013), has been used in many historical projects to convert...
Bearman, Bowman, Dunne
Upgrading coarse feed in gold plants, through a process of selective processing, has always been of interest. The level of interest has waxed and waned over the last 30–40 years, but improvements in methods and pressure to increase the efficienc...
P Lind, K Murray, A Boylston, & I Arce
SAG Conference Vancouver, Canada September 22 – 26, 2019
Mineral processing consumes significant power, primarily in comminution, as well as significant amounts of water through hold-up in conventional tailings facilities. Reducing power and wa...
ENHANCED OPEN GEAR LUBRICANTS PROVIDE TANGIBLE BENEFITS FOR HEAVY INDUSTRY – THEY ARE THE ‘CLEAR’ CHOICE FOR IMPROVED OPEN GEAR RELIABILITY
The maintenance of large open gear systems at mines, power or cement plants present a significant challenge due to the heavy loads and harsh enviro...