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    Liquid/solid separation equipment for paste thickening and backfill

    Mine backfill is defined as the material used to fill the cavities (i.e., stopes) created by underground mining. Backfilling can be a means to dispose of sludge and/or tailings which may contain hazardous materials and to reduce surface environmental impacts by storing tailings underground. Alternately, backfilling with nonhazardous materials can allow for mining productivity improvements. To these materials are added a variety of fillers such as fly ash, course sand, or gravels along with a binder, such as...

    By WesTech Engineering, Inc. based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA).

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    Liquid/solid separation equipment for tailings

    The advantages of paste thickeners in tailings circuits have been well-established for most minerals. The type of paste thickener underflow generally used for surface stacking of tailings is called “thickened tailings.” Thickened tailings are a suspension of solids which are relatively non-settling and non-segregating and which have a higher concentration and viscosity than that of conventional tailings. Common applications include a thickener with underflow pumps that are typically centrifugal and...

    By WesTech Engineering, Inc. based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA).

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    Liquid/solid separation equipment for precious metals - gold and silver

    Countercurrent Decantation (CCD): Rock passes into a dump hopper and is then transferred to a vibrating grizzly screen. The oversized material is sent to a jaw crusher. The crushed product is combined with the grizzly undersize and the ore is conveyed to the coarse ore bin.

    By WesTech Engineering, Inc. based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA).

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    Liquid/solid separation equipment for coal mining and preparation

    Coal Preparation Circuit: Three quarters of American coal is mined east of the Mississippi River. Half of this is “prepared” coal. Coal preparation offers a number of commercial and environmental benefits. These include increased quality and commercial value of saleable coal by achieving 75-80% ash reduction and 15-80% trace element reduction. Cleaned coal reduces transportation costs as well as reduced quantities of combustion ash requiring disposal. Coal preparation can also make marginal coal...

    By WesTech Engineering, Inc. based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA).

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