1. DELKOR BQR Flotation Cells

DELKOR BQR Flotation Cells

DELKOR BQR flotation cells achieve optimum operation through purpose-designed levels of solids suspension, air rate adjustment, easy froth-cone positioning and a stable pulp-froth interface.

The cells are used in roughing, scavenging, cleaning and re-cleaning, applications to process copper, zinc, platinum group metals, phosphates, graphite, slag and effluents. Cells feature an overhung stator, open inlet to the rotor, adjustable air flow rates and froth-cone settings and a launder external to the pulp zone to yield an excellent combination of process, operational and cost benefits.

The number of cells required depends on the application.

The DELKOR BQR Flotation Cell offers the following advantages

  • Easy start-up under load
  • Low downtime and easy maintenance
  • Simple design reduces cost of spares
  • Enhanced power efficiency
  • Low maintenance cost

DELKOR BQR Flotation Cells range in size from 0.5 m³ (BQR5) to 150 m³ (BQR1500).

  • Value for Money

    Value for Money

    • Simple design reduces cost of spares
  • Efficiency

    Efficiency

    • We design, fabricate and supply a wide-range of BQR flotation cells ranging in sizes from 0,5 m3 to 150 m3 that can be used in roughing, scavenging, cleaning and re-cleaning, unit and pilot cell applications to process copper, zinc, PGMs, phosphates, graphite slags and effluents
  • Service

    Service

    • Easy startup under load
    • Low machine downtime
    • Quick and easy maintenance solutions reducing maitenance costs
  • Technical Excellence

    Technical Excellence

    • Optimum operation achieved through purpose-designed levels of solid suspension, air rate adjustments, easy froth-cone positioning and a stable pulp-froth interface

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References

  • Customer
    Project name
    CML Metals Corporation
    Utah
    2010

    Fabrication, supply and installation of three cells in Utah

    Three 40m³ BQR 400 flotation cells were supplied for CML Metals Corporation’s Iron Mountain Project. The flotation cells were manufactured in the USA to accelerate delivery. 

    The reverse flotation circuit process forms part of a two stage magnetic separator circuit. The non-magnetics, silicates and apatite, are removed as floated product, and pumped to a 20 m diameter DELKOR tailings thickener. The magnetics are pumped to a 16 m diameter Delkor concentrate thickener.

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