How to Improve Copper Concentration Recovery Rate?

2018-01-17 Xinhai Views (1717)

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Most copper dressing plants are always nagged by the low copper  recovery rate. In the usual mineral processing plant, the recovery rate and  quality cannot be satisfied at the same time. Throughout the concentrator's  operations, some copper impurities cannot be completely removed, nor can they  be completely dissociated. If this part of the ore is recovered, the grade of  the copper concentrate will be reduced. However, if it is thrown away, copper  ore recovery rate will be reduced. If dressing plants not only want a higher  recovery rate but a higher quality, they must choose right copper processing solution.

Copper Mineral Processing

A good example of getting a higher recovery copper rate is  Jiangxi Dexing copper dressing plant. The copper in Jiangxi is characterized by  large-scale reserves, the low grade of raw ore and good optional. From the  process to equipment selection, this plant is called as the most comprehensive  and representative of the processing plant in China currently. The plant put  into production in commission in the earlier times and set up by stages. Its recycling  and economic benefits are more reasonable. In the early stage of mine  construction, because of its technical limitations, there was a deficiency in a  recovery rate of beneficiation of copper ore. So far, it has become a high  recovery rate plant whose recovery rate of copper attached to 85% and grade to  24%.

Xinhai can provide you high-quality equipment and best  dressing flow and guarantee you set up an optimal beneficiation indexes and the  lowest cost plant.



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