One of the most serious problems confronting the mining industry today is how to profitably begin the small scale milling of ores from mines where insufficient ore has been developed to warrant an expensive mill installation, but where a large plant might be needed later. The same question arises in connection with the economical working of numerous
The 100 to 125 Ton/Day Mill is arranged along the same standard lines as the smaller mills, and a large oversize forced feed crusher is recommended for primary crushing. An intermediate crusher can be installed later if necessary. Changes can be easily made according to your local conditions. Here too, a Selective Mineral
The 50 to 75 Ton per Day process plant is the most practical size for the average milling plant. The 9″ x 16″ Jaw Crusher (forced feed) produces enough crushed ore for the ball mill on one eight hour shift to run the balance of the mill for twenty-four hours. Oversize primary crushers are recommended for most economical results. Note
The Mineral Processing Flowsheets shown on the following pages are based on actual data obtained from successful operating plants. Metallurgical data are shown in these flowsheets which incorporate Crushers, Grinding Mills, Flotation Machines, Unit Flotation Cells, and Selective Mineral Jigs as well as other standard milling equipment.