Bhattacharyya, P and Chattoraj, U S and Saha, P and Sarkhel, B R and Chakrabarti, D M (1998) Salvaging the values from the rejects of a by-product recovery plant. In: UNSPECIFIED.
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Two samples of table tailings (-147 pm and -74 pm in size) from refrac¬tory linings of the precious metal recovery (PMR) plant of Indian Copper Complex (ICC), Ghatshila were received to study the possbility to re¬cover residual values of precious metals from them. Analyses, as reported by ICC, were 0.021% Au and 0.39% Ag for the -147 pm sample and 0.023% Au and 0.47%Ag for the -74 pm sample. Multi-Gravity Separator (MGS) studies, with varying design and operating variables, showed three fold upgradation - assay of Au improved from 0.023% to 0.076% and assay of Ag improved from 0.47% to 1.53%. The -74 pm sample yielded better results with MGS than the -147 pm sample.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Multi-Gravity separator; Precious metals; Gold recovery; Silver recovery; Residual values|
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