1. DELKOR APIC Jigs

DELKOR APIC Jigs

DELKOR’s industry-leading jig technology offers a cost-effective solution for separating valuable products from waste material, to produce clean, saleable products.

DELKOR jigs effectively and efficiently deal with both fine and coarse material, handling an extended range of particle sizes, which offer low operating costs, as they do not require or consume heavy media.

The jigs are marketed as mobile, modular and standalone installations. Jigs are supplied as part of a complete package comprising of equipment, process know-how, operations knowledge, training and support, and key equipment improvements.

The APIC jig is an efficient gravity separation process used to clean saleable material from waste / raw material by separating particles of different densities in a homogenous bed of granular material.

DELKOR jigs are used for:

  • Washing fine, medium and coarse coal.
  • Upgrading ferrous ores.
  • Recovering ferroalloys from slag (FeCr, FeMn, SiMn, FeV, Fe, steel, etc.).
  • Concentrating non-metallics (diamonds, industrial minerals, etc.).
  • Sorting wastes.

Tenova is a world leader in advanced process models for jig design, sizing and scaling, based on batch test work, with an impressive reference list of over 50 jig installations in most major mineral producing regions.

  • Value for Money

    Value for Money

    • Cost-effective solution for separating valuable products from waste material so as to produce clean, saleable products
    • Low operational costs - no requirement or consumption of heavy-media
    • Mobile, modular or standalone operations
  • Efficiency

    Efficiency

    • We design, fabricate and supply a wide-range of jigs that effectively and efficiently deal with both fine and coarse material and handle a wide-range of particle sizes
    • Our jigs are supplied as part of a complete package comprising of equipment, process know-how, operations knowledge, training and support and key equipment improvements
  • Reference

    Reference

    • We boast an impressive reference of more than 50 jig installations covering various commodities across all major mining geographies
  • Technical Excellence

    Technical Excellence

    • We develop advanced process models for jig design, sizing and scaling, based on batch test work

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References

  • Customer
    Project name
    Jayalaxmi Minerals
    Karnataka
    2011

    Largest jig in the iron ore beneficiation industry in India

    An APIC jig was supplied as part of a contract to provide plant engineering for the complete crushing, screening and jigging plant for iron ore beneficiation. The jig, was at the time of the contract, the largest in the iron ore beneficiation industry in India, and was a fine reference for 4 m wide APIC jigs.

    The scope covered the supply of an APIC jig capable of handling three independent size ranges of material. The jig is equipped with state-of-the-art control systems and any size range can be treated without any adjustment to the jig. The jig was provided as part of Jayalaxmi Minerals' greenfield project to establish a beneficiation plant which has an annual throughput of 1.2 million t/yr, converting low grade (<56 % grade FE) to high grade iron ore (>60 % Fe) with 8 to 10 % grade up gradation and 65 % to 70 % recovery.

    Project figures

    4 M wide with 3 Compartments and 2 Gates
    Three independent feed sizes: 3 mm to 8 mm, 5 mm to 20 mm & 10 mm to 40 mm
  • Customer
    Project name
    ACB
    India
    2005

    APIC jig in one of the largest coal washeries in India

    A jigging plant incorporating a 300 t/h coarse coal APIC jig and bucket elevator was commissioned for ACB at the Dipka Mine and was the second 300 t/h APIC jig supplied to ACB in that year.

    The jigging facility was installed at the core of a new expansion phase at the washery. The jig was manufactured and assembled by DELKOR in India. Some of the key components of the plant, mainly the control system, were imported from South Africa.

    The modular nature of the facility enabled the washery personnel to easily undertake the assembly. The plant was commissioned by a team comprising engineers from DELKOR, the South African minerals research institute Mintek, and plant operators from the mine, and took only a few weeks.

    The coal washery at the mine is one of the largest in India, processing 10 million t/yr of coal using gravity separation techniques. The run-of-mine coal comes from the nearby Gevra - Dipka open-cast mining complex, Asia’s largest mine of this type.

    Project figures

    300 t/h
    Coarse coal

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