IMPROVING OPERATIONS FROM THE MINE TO THE MILL
From the superior performance of durable ceramic grinding media to unmatched protection against leaks and spills, CARBO products improve productivity, protect the worksite and reduce costs.
The Canadian site, owned and operated by one of the largest producers of nickel in the world, includes six mines and a mill producing roughly 65,000 metric tons of nickel annually. The company had issues using ceramic media from another supplier, particularly a high rate of media consumption.
A mining company brought a dormant mine back online. After startup, the company sought to optimize production processes at the Metso stirred media detritors (SMDs) 355 operation, especially the reduction of high levels of grinding media consumption, in order to bring the mine up to its projected throughput of 2,500 metric tons per day.
An international mining company acquired operating facilities at a historic gold mining site in the South East United States, and saw the need to improve the quality and efficiency of the milling process. Read full case history to find out how the switch to CARBOGRIND produced purer, higher quality gold than its competitors all while reducing operational costs.
A large mining company in southwestern Spain required an optimal grinding media for vertical mills processing lead, copper and zinc. As well as generating the desired grind, the media needed to reduce wear on milling equipment. Read full caase history to find out how CARBOGRIND reduced the final product contamination and lowered process costs all while reducing costs associated with replacement, transport and disposal.