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Copper Flotation From Converter Slags

How to Recover Copper from Slag by Flotation

Feb 03, 2021Flotation of Copper from Water-Quenched Converter Slags The test procedure employed in the flotation of copper from slags remelted in the induction furnace and water quenched was identical with the procedure for

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Copper Flotation From Converter Slags

copper flotation from converter slags.mainly copper smelter and converter slags, are generated the recycling copper converter slag back to the flash furnace has been practiced and leads recovery of 65 were also obtainedctually, copper slag flotation is the same as sulfide ore flotationhis means that only metallic copper and sulfide minerals

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2-Recovery of Copper and Cobalt from Converter Slag with a

Key words: Converter slag, flotation, copper, cobalt, sulphurization. 1. Introduction Copper slag is produced in large amounts in seven copper smelter plants in Chile, and it is estimated that around 4 million tons of slag are disposed every year and another 40 to 45 million tons are historically cumulated [1].

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(PDF) Recovery of Copper and Cobalt from Converter Slag

In the first sulphurization conditions for the sample of K.C.F., the yield of flotation for the Co and Co were found to be 98.27% and 68.07%, respectively. The results indicate that Cu can be...

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Converter Slag Flotation—its Effect on Copper

高达10%返现Jan 04, 2017The Naoshima Smelter has employed the convert er slag flotation method in order to increase reverberatory smelting capacity instead of returning slag to the reverberatory furnace. As the result, we could point out the following advantages; 1) Copper anode produced from copper concentrate was increased 25%, from 3,000T/M to 3,800T/M. 2)

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Leaching of copper and zinc from copper converter slag

May 01, 2012The recommended technological parameters for leaching of copper (the most important component) from converter slag flotation tailings are: pulp density of 30% (w/v), pH 1.5, temperature of 70 °C, initial Fe 3 + concentration of 15.7 g/L, no aeration, leaching for 1.5 h.

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copper flotation from converter slags in italy

Three slags containing 16 50 and 66 percent copper were used More than 90 percent of the copper was recovered in a rougher concentrate leaving a 02 to 03 percent copper tailings when treating slowcooled slag Lower recoveries and higher copper tailings ranging from 05 to 06 percent copper were obtained from quenched slag More Detail

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Hydrophobic-surface of copper from converter slag in the

Jul 01, 2013The converter slag from a smeltery in Daye contains 2.01% copper. The floatability of copper has a significant influence on the flotation of converter slag. Flotation tests, contact angle tests and FTIR were conducted to assess the influences of pH and different flotation concentrators on its hydrophobic process, mechanism and flotation.

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Recovery of metal values from copper slags by flotation

The second route was flotation of the slags, roasting of the flotation tailings with pyrite and leaching. The second route was found to be suitable for

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Processing Converter Slags with Total Utilization of All

高达10%返现Nov 11, 2020The copper concentrate separated from converter slag (CCS) contains not less than 25% Cu, and 0.55–0.65% Cu, the main part of iron, zinc, and arsenic (≈ 70%), and half of the overall amount of lead and antimony remain in flotation tailings.

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How to Recover Copper from Slag by Flotation

Feb 03, 2021Flotation of Copper From Slow-Cooled Converter Slags. The results of flotation tests on slags cooled in air and in the induction furnace are shown in table 2-3. Examination of the data indicates that a relatively fine grind

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Copper Flotation From Converter Slags

Copper Flotation From Converter Slags. Following three methods are generally utilized for recovering the copper from these slags on an industrial scale i recycling of the converter slag to the smelting furnace, ii cleaning of smelting andor converter slags in electric furnaces and iii flotation.Metallic copper and sulphide copper present in these slags can be floated very.

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2-Recovery of Copper and Cobalt from Converter Slag with

Key words: Converter slag, flotation, copper, cobalt, sulphurization. 1. Introduction Copper slag is produced in large amounts in seven copper smelter plants in Chile, and it is estimated that around 4 million tons of slag are disposed every year and another 40 to 45 million tons are historically cumulated [1].

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(PDF) Recovery of Copper and Cobalt from Converter Slag

The recommended technological parameters for leaching of copper (the most important component) from converter slag flotation tailings are: pulp density of 30% (w/v), pH 1.5, temperature of 70 °C

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Converter Slag Flotation—its Effect on Copper

Jan 04, 2017The Naoshima Smelter has employed the convert er slag flotation method in order to increase reverberatory smelting capacity instead of returning slag to the reverberatory furnace. As the result, we could point out the following advantages; 1) Copper anode produced from copper concentrate was increased 25%, from 3,000T/M to 3,800T/M. 2) Magnetite

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Hydrophobic-surface of copper from converter slag in the

Jul 01, 2013The converter slag from a smeltery in Daye contains 2.01% copper. The floatability of copper has a significant influence on the flotation of converter slag. Flotation tests, contact angle tests and FTIR were conducted to assess the influences of pH and different flotation concentrators on its hydrophobic process, mechanism and flotation.

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Leaching of copper and zinc from copper converter slag

May 01, 2012Over 1.5 Mt of dumped slags, including converter slag flotation tailings, which contain up to 6000 t copper and 60,000 t zinc, are produced yearly by the copper-smelting plants of the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company (UMMC) alone. Significant areas required for stockpiling of the slags and the products of their processing are unavailable

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Recovery of metal values from copper slags by flotation

At the present time actually all plants changed over to autogenous melting of copper-containing concentrates use the flotation of converter slags (CS)

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Optimization of the flotation of copper smelter slags from

All these three furnaces produce fayalite slag as a byproduct. The slags contain copper with the content ranging between 0.8 to 5% copper. The slags cannot be discarded due to the high content of copper and hence they are sent to a milling and flotation plant (Slag Mill Plant) for liberation and recovery of copper.

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Processing Converter Slags with Total Utilization of All

Nov 11, 2020With conversion of copper smelting plants to autogenic melting the problem arises of separate treatment of converter slag (CS). Almost all plants converted to autogenic melting use slag flotation [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10].Sometimes they float a mixture of furnace and converter slags after granulation [] of a mixture of CS and original ore in different ratios [].

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Optimization of the flotation of copper smelter slags from

Optimization of the flotation of copper smelter slags from Namibia Custom Smelters' slag mill plant. Elias Sipunga. Related Papers. Enhancing the flotation recovery of copper minerals in smelter slags from Namibia prior to disposal. By V. Sibanda. Extractive Metallurgy of Copper.

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Enhancing the flotation recovery of copper minerals in

Reverbetory furnace slag Copper recovery Flotation Milling and grinding ABSTRACT Namibia Custom Smelters (NCS) process a range of copper concentrates in their three furnaces, namely; top submerged lance, copper converter and reverberatory furnaces, in order to produce mattes and fayalitic slags. The copper content of the slags range between 0.8

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PYROMETALLURGICAL RECOVERY OF COPPER VALUES FROM CONVERTER

A major advantage of pyrometallurgical slag treatment in accordance with the present invention over milling and flotation is that subsequent recovery of molybdenum is possible. The overall process wherein copper and molybdenum is recovered from converter-type slags is shown schematically in FIG. 3.

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Enhancing the flotation recovery of copper minerals in

Namibia Custom Smelters (NCS) process a range of copper concentrates in their three furnaces, namely; top submerged lance, copper converter and reverberatory furnaces, in order to produce mattes and fayalitic slags. The copper content of the slags range between 0.8 to 5 wt. % and this is considered too high for disposal to the environment.

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How to Recover Copper from Slag by Flotation

Feb 03, 2021Flotation of Copper From Slow-Cooled Converter Slags. The results of flotation tests on slags cooled in air and in the induction furnace are shown in table 2-3. Examination of the data indicates that a relatively fine grind

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Copper Flotation From Converter Slags

Copper Flotation From Converter Slags. Following three methods are generally utilized for recovering the copper from these slags on an industrial scale i recycling of the converter slag to the smelting furnace, ii cleaning of smelting andor converter slags in electric furnaces and iii flotation.Metallic copper and sulphide copper present in these slags can be floated very.

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2-Recovery of Copper and Cobalt from Converter Slag with

Key words: Converter slag, flotation, copper, cobalt, sulphurization. 1. Introduction Copper slag is produced in large amounts in seven copper smelter plants in Chile, and it is estimated that around 4 million tons of slag are disposed every year and another 40 to 45 million tons are historically cumulated [1].

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(PDF) Recovery of Copper and Cobalt from Converter Slag

The recommended technological parameters for leaching of copper (the most important component) from converter slag flotation tailings are: pulp density of 30% (w/v), pH 1.5, temperature of 70 °C

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Converter Slag Flotation—its Effect on Copper

Jan 04, 2017The Naoshima Smelter has employed the convert er slag flotation method in order to increase reverberatory smelting capacity instead of returning slag to the reverberatory furnace. As the result, we could point out the following advantages; 1) Copper anode produced from copper concentrate was increased 25%, from 3,000T/M to 3,800T/M. 2) Magnetite

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Hydrophobic-surface of copper from converter slag in the

Jul 01, 2013The converter slag from a smeltery in Daye contains 2.01% copper. The floatability of copper has a significant influence on the flotation of converter slag. Flotation tests, contact angle tests and FTIR were conducted to assess the influences of pH and different flotation concentrators on its hydrophobic process, mechanism and flotation.

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Leaching of copper and zinc from copper converter slag

May 01, 2012Over 1.5 Mt of dumped slags, including converter slag flotation tailings, which contain up to 6000 t copper and 60,000 t zinc, are produced yearly by the copper-smelting plants of the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company (UMMC) alone. Significant areas required for stockpiling of the slags and the products of their processing are unavailable

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Recovery of metal values from copper slags by flotation

At the present time actually all plants changed over to autogenous melting of copper-containing concentrates use the flotation of converter slags (CS)

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Optimization of the flotation of copper smelter slags from

All these three furnaces produce fayalite slag as a byproduct. The slags contain copper with the content ranging between 0.8 to 5% copper. The slags cannot be discarded due to the high content of copper and hence they are sent to a milling and flotation plant (Slag Mill Plant) for liberation and recovery of copper.

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Processing Converter Slags with Total Utilization of All

Nov 11, 2020With conversion of copper smelting plants to autogenic melting the problem arises of separate treatment of converter slag (CS). Almost all plants converted to autogenic melting use slag flotation [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10].Sometimes they float a mixture of furnace and converter slags after granulation [] of a mixture of CS and original ore in different ratios [].

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Optimization of the flotation of copper smelter slags from

Optimization of the flotation of copper smelter slags from Namibia Custom Smelters' slag mill plant. Elias Sipunga. Related Papers. Enhancing the flotation recovery of copper minerals in smelter slags from Namibia prior to disposal. By V. Sibanda. Extractive Metallurgy of Copper.

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Enhancing the flotation recovery of copper minerals in

Reverbetory furnace slag Copper recovery Flotation Milling and grinding ABSTRACT Namibia Custom Smelters (NCS) process a range of copper concentrates in their three furnaces, namely; top submerged lance, copper converter and reverberatory furnaces, in order to produce mattes and fayalitic slags. The copper content of the slags range between 0.8

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PYROMETALLURGICAL RECOVERY OF COPPER VALUES FROM CONVERTER

A major advantage of pyrometallurgical slag treatment in accordance with the present invention over milling and flotation is that subsequent recovery of molybdenum is possible. The overall process wherein copper and molybdenum is recovered from converter-type slags is shown schematically in FIG. 3.

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Enhancing the flotation recovery of copper minerals in

Namibia Custom Smelters (NCS) process a range of copper concentrates in their three furnaces, namely; top submerged lance, copper converter and reverberatory furnaces, in order to produce mattes and fayalitic slags. The copper content of the slags range between 0.8 to 5 wt. % and this is considered

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