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Volume 67    Issue 6

Managing cyclones: A valuable asset, the Copper Mountain case study

Mining Engineering, 2015, Vol. 67, No. 6, pp. 26-26
Westendorf, M.; Tinney, D.; Banerjee, T.; Kaushik, S.; Schaffer, M.


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Cyclones are one of the most extensively used pieces of equipment within the mineral processing industry because of their simplistic operating and maintenance philosophies. They are commonly used as classifiers within the comminution circuit to control the grinding product particle size for satisfactory performance of downstream operations.

Cyclones are a key contributor to the effective operation of the plant and have a significant impact on the mineral processing plant operations. If the cyclones are not performing as they should, the results are often a combination of lost recovery, grade, capacity and reduced throughput. Similarly, an inefficient cyclone operation may also lead to low or high recirculating loads that impact the efficiency of the comminution circuit. This highlights the importance of having proper stability in cyclone operation while implementing any plant-wide optimization strategy.



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