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gold ore wet ball mill processing plant

gold ore processing plant manufacturer gold mining equipment

gold ore processing plant manufacturer gold mining equipment

This small scale rock gold processing plant is suitable for 1-2 tph capacity.It will include a jaw crusher, a hammer mill, a ball mill and 1-2 sets of shaking tables. Except these machines, you can also add a 8-10 meters belt conveyor and make a hopper with grizzly bars. It will help you to feed the ores by the load vehicle. Contact Us to get more details of this processing plant.

1. The 1st step Crushing. The Raw rock minerals will be fed into the crushers to get the discharge size less then 25mm. Usually it will need 2 crushers, the primary crusher is for cutting down the big size of rocks, and the second crushers is for getting the size of -25mm.

2. The 2nd step Grinding. The grinding machine will be ball mill or wet pan mill. If you need to grind the minerals without waters, then you should choose ball mill. The ball mill has a grinding rotary drum, there are liners inside of the drum. Usually the liners are manganese steel liners, some times, the customers ask the liners can be corrosion resistant, so we will make ceramic liners and rubber liners. The discharge size from the ball mill will be around 200 mesh. It will make a good performance for the mineral particle separators by gravity separators or flotation machines.

3. The 3rd step Separating. The discharge from the grinding machines will be in the size of 0-2mm. Most gravity separators can do a good work for separating the concentrate from the ores. It includes the shaking tables, centrifugal concentrators, jigger machines and spiral chutes. Sometime, we do also choose the flotation machines to get the concentrate mud. It depends on the ores situations.

Due to the size,shape and specific gravity of alluvial gold, the most effecient method is using washing plant. It always includes a trommel screen, vibrating sluice boxes, a centrifugal concentrator and shaking tabls. If the alluvial gold with very sticky clay, then the trommel screen should be changed into a rotary scrubber with a trommel screen.

We have more than 25 years experience, and the machines are sold to all over the world. Our engineers can go to your local mining site for leading the processing plant installation and train your staffs.

gold lost in ball mill - gravity separation & concentration methods - metallurgist & mineral processing engineer

gold lost in ball mill - gravity separation & concentration methods - metallurgist & mineral processing engineer

We sent a substantial amount ofquartz gold ore to a mill for processing. After a couple hundred tests on the material an average grade wascalculated. After milling for several days the mill says there is way less gold in the ore than what had been estimated.

Once milling began samples were taken once per shift, ball mill discharge, cyclone overflow, concentrate, and tails. Samples were sent to a lab for assay. With these samples the Lab has determined that there is at least 1 gpt missing that did not report to the concentrate or the tails. Theory from the lab is gold is stuck in the grinding circuit.

They are using flotation, metallurgy testing showed a decent recovery with gravity but a better recovery with flotation. Although in reality recovery was horrible below 60% This is mainly free gold, although it is very fine gold, as small as 10 micron size and the largest pieces being in the neighborhood of 500 micron. Also the ore has very little sulfides

If the cyclone underflow gold grade was higher than the cyclone overflow grade then you have free gold and you should look at putting a centrifugal concentrator in the grinding circuit. For low tonnage operations you can feed 100% of the ball mill discharge to the concentrator (this requires an extra pump, but is worth the effort). Modern units can recover free gold down to the 10 micron size range or finer.

In regards to the met balance, normal practice is to take the tails grade, feed tons, and gold produced and back calculate the head grade. Sampling the feed for head grade is always difficult. As a side comment, I'm not sure how your assay would be any more accurate than what is calculated in the met balance, but that is always the case to be argued between the miner and the mill guy. You can also compare the mill feed grade to the cyclone overflow grade to see if there are any losses in the grinding circuit.

You also need to check all the gold traps in the grinding circuit, i.e. cyclone feed pump box, cyclone underflow launders etc. They should be clean when you start your run, and cleaned out after you finish the run, including a full grind-out of the mill.

Free gold can also accumulate in the mill, either in the liners (at the Echo Bay Lupin operation when they took out the steel liners during a liner change they would put them in a secure area and grind off the surface to recover a lot of gold), or behind the liners (just ask any mill mechanic that does liner changes).

Thank you Andrew this is helpful, big problem with this material is the nugget affect when it comes to sampling. I was allowed to take 1 set of samples when I visited the mill, I took cyclone overflow and underflow, the difference was about 1.8 -1 and this is not a surprise as we know there is free gold.

This is a custom mill, I don't want to get to much into details as I don't want to smear anyone's name just yet. I'm just trying to understand whats happening and what can happen as for my one question to do with the head grade being way lower than expected grades.

Absolutely you can loose gold in the mill grinding circuit, in the classifier, in the bottom of the sand pump, behind the liners etc. particularly steel liners. When starting a new mill it will take some time before you can come up with a proper metallurgical balance, every crook and cranny, needs to to be filled before you can come up with what is in the head shows up in either the concentrate or the tailings. I have taken 40 ounces out of a small, 4' x 4' mill when I removed the liners, and any time you tear down a gold mill you have a pretty good pay day from trapped gold. Also since I am somewhat pessimistic, be sure there are no hidden traps, there on purpose, for the mill owner to make a little extra money, I have run into this, gold doe's funny things to people. My experience with custom mills is that you will likely never agree, best thing to do is come up with a good sampling system where you both can agree on a assay, sample for you, one for them, one for an umpire assay and then sell them the ore. Once you sell the ore to them you don't care what they do with it even if they want to make road gravel out of it.

Gold settling in tanks, gold room sumps or locked up in roasters This can be difficult to detect unless one goes looking for it or there is a policy of regular clean up. Similar problems occur in hydrometallurgical plants.

You may want to hire an experienced extractive metallurgist to give you a hand. This is the kind of thing I have done for over 50 years and helped many people with this kind of problems, it would likely be well worth the money.

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wet pan mill for gold - pineer mining machinery

wet pan mill for gold - pineer mining machinery

The wet pan mill, which is named by the diameter of grinding roller, is mainly applied for grinding rock gold ore. In Sudan, at least 85% gold miners are using the Gold Grinding Machine (wet pan mill) in their gold processing system. The most important point is that our customers can get pure gold directly after wet pan mill, which is suitable for miners who want to begin from small business.

The Wet Pan Mill is also called a wet grinding machine. Based on the different structure it is divided into double roller grinding and three rollers, most often used is double rollers, the small rock ore material is fed into the inner grinding road by two workers. It is widely used for selecting ferrous metals, nonferrous metals, and nonmetals, as well as precious metals like gold and silver, tin ore, coltan ore, tungsten ore, chrome ore, etc. The main parts of the wet mill are driving shaft, bearing seat, roller, speed reducer, motor and so on. First, the motor transfers power to the decelerator, then the central drive shaft transfers to the horizontal shaft, finally the Roller moves the anticlockwise direction, the material in the wet mill is ground into fine particles.

gold leaching plant (cil plant) - pineer mining machinery

gold leaching plant (cil plant) - pineer mining machinery

CIL gold leaching process mainly include : Impurity removal , condense before leaching , leaching and adsorption , desorption and electrowinning , hydrometallurgy , regeneration of activated carbon,Tailings treatment , usedwater treatement,etc.

2. Condensebefore leaching: usually in order to reach a suitable leaching ore density, the slurry should be condensed through the thickener before leaching, the ore slurry density could influence the leaching time and the floating of activated carbon.

3. Leaching and adsorption: pump slurry ore into the double-impellers leaching tanks, there are always 6-8 tanks working togheter; add cyanide solution into first one or two leaching tanks, add activated carbon into the rest gold leaching tanks; activated carbon adsorb gold and become the loaded gold carbon, the loaded gold carbon lift into the lifting screen by air lifter, meanwhite the lifting screen separate activated carbon and slurry ore.

4. Desorption and electrowinning: the desorption of activated carbon and electrowinning the liquid gold are donein a compactedsystem,withhigh temperature and high pressure;after desorption and electrowinning, gold loaded activated carbonwill releasegold mudand become barren carbon. We call this desorption&eletrolytic system.

6. Regeneration ofactivated carbon: the activated carbon after desorption, needs to do acide washing to remove the carbonate left inside the carbon porosity, this will enable carbon to recycled use for several times, and save cost.

ball mill vs wet pan mill - grinding & classification circuits - metallurgist & mineral processing engineer

ball mill vs wet pan mill - grinding & classification circuits - metallurgist & mineral processing engineer

DISCLAIMER: Material presented on the 911METALLURGIST.COM FORUMS is intended for information purposes only and does not constitute advice. The 911METALLURGIST.COM and 911METALLURGY CORP tries to provide content that is true and accurate as of the date of writing; however, we give no assurance or warranty regarding the accuracy, timeliness, or applicability of any of the contents. Visitors to the 911METALLURGIST.COM website should not act upon the websites content or information without first seeking appropriate professional advice. 911METALLURGY CORP accepts no responsibility for and excludes all liability in connection with browsing this website, use of information or downloading any materials from it, including but not limited to any liability for errors, inaccuracies, omissions, or misleading statements. The information at this website might include opinions or views which, unless expressly stated otherwise, are not necessarily those of the 911METALLURGIST.COM or 911METALLURGY CORP or any associated company or any person in relation to whom they would have any liability or responsibility.

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