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  • Tailings Dewatering, Thickening More PHOENIX Process

    For over 30 years, PHOENIX Process Equipment has been committed to producing the most efficient and reliable technology for tailings dewatering, liquid solid separation, fine particle wet classification and separation, slurry and sludge thickening, effluent water treatment, and

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  • Tailing Reprocessing

    The processing plant is located centrally to the tailing and includes the two original Miami Copper Company thickeners which were refurbished for this project. Mined slurry reports to a screening tower where + 10 mesh trash is rejected. Screen undersize reports to an agitated vessel where sulfuric acid is added, and slurry flows to the first thickener at a pH of about 1.5.

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  • Mill tailings management high density thickened slurries

    The most common method of watersolids separation is by means of thickeners which rely on flocculant and/or coagulant addition to the slurry entering the thickeners to aggregate fine particles, as well as rakes to encourage water release and guide settled slurry to the outlet at the base of the thickener.

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  • Paste Thickening Optimizes Tailings Disposal and Water

    Thickeners as clarifiers To maximize water reuse, the Khumani plant contracted with WesTech Engineering, Inc. to design and implement a twostage tailings thickening process. The first stage consists of two primary highrate traction slurry thickeners, each

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    A Statistical Model for Slurry Thickening

    properties and the thickening process. Prediction of slurry behavior in the pond requires a clear understanding of the tailings stream design. Correlating slurry behavior with complex physicochemical interactions during the thickening process can achieve this purpose. 3 Data Collection

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  • Tailings Water Management McLanahan

    There are several ways to store tailings following the production process, but the most common method is to pump the tailings slurry to a surface settling pond or impoundment. Settling ponds are large, manmade, relatively calm bodies of water used to store tailings. They allow the suspended solids in a slurry to separate from the liquid.

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