Hydrometallurgy: Leaching in Heap, Vat, CIL, CIP, Merrill–Crowe, SX Solvent Extraction

Hydrometallurgy: Leaching in Heap, Vat, CIL, CIP, Merrill–Crowe, SX Solvent Extraction 2017-03-23T09:50:58+00:00
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Ion exchange resin (3 replies and 1 comment)

kudzisa
2 months ago
kudzisa 2 months ago

Which ion exchange resin is the best for processing gold rich solution from a heap leaching process of oxide rich Banded Iron Formation.

max skinner
2 months ago
max skinner 2 months ago
1 like by David

You really need to look into activated charcoal , coconut shell, it is far cheaper and easier to use than ion exchange resin. 

Billy
6 days ago

Hi Max.....do you have more detail comparison on this!? Cost benefit analysis......I believe on the other way.....

shukeri
2 months ago
shukeri 2 months ago

Hi Kudzisa

A few types of resin work excellent, one of them is Minix gold selective resin. I have been working in comparing resin and activated carbon performance in carbonaceous ore and high base ore for 15 years and designed a few resin plants for gold ores. There are a lot of advantages of resin against activated carbon especially in treating gold carbonaceous ore and gold high base metal ore which are not well known to the public. I believe you are on the right track.

 

Billy
6 days ago
Billy 6 days ago

Hi Kudzisa.....I have use Minix and Purogold before....both are working good and has their own advantages.....Minix more selective to copper and less attrition rate while Purogold has bigger loading capacity......

 


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