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

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Wolfram simple recovery design (4 replies and 1 comment)

owor laban
6 months ago
owor laban 6 months ago

Hello Members, 

I'm doing a wolfram  project with average low grade of 0.1% W in tailings  and ore average grade of 0.5%W  and I'm thinking of designing and implementing the followings;

1. Introducing sluice box method to recover small size ore and  tailings[available in large quantities].

2. Introducing medium size crusher to crush ore to 2mm to passed to screens[classifier] to shaking tables to dryer.

Any suggestions and recommendations are welcome as I'm looking at using available simple techniques and materials.

thank you! 

Jorge
6 months ago
Jorge 6 months ago
1 like by owor laban

Follow the link below to review several alternatives,

https://www.911metallurgist.com/blog/tungsten-metallurgy

owor laban
6 months ago

Thanks Jorge,
For now I'm considering sluice box for the alluvial and mineralized soils. My sampling results were good as I got 900g W03 from 150kgs and 450g W03 from 50kgs.

I have enough from nearby river to be pumped into reservoir up the hill and into sluice by the free flow .

What be the best set up parameters for sluice box in terms of;
1. Angle of inclination.
2. Separation distance and sizes of riffles
3.Dimension of sluice box.

Jorge
6 months ago
Jorge 6 months ago
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owor laban
6 months ago
owor laban 6 months ago

hello Jorge, 

Thank you so much for the information,  what is the best angle [angle range ] for installation or adjusting shaking tables? 

Thanks

Jorge
6 months ago
Jorge 6 months ago

Its's variable, for instance 4 to 6 degrees can give you some idea about the metallurgical response. The water flow has an impact on the concentration efficiency. Some additional information can be found in the link below,

https://www.911metallurgist.com/blog/gold-shaking-tables

 


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