Mineral Processing

(2 Day Training Course)

Mineral Processing

Summary: 

Science and engineering principles of mineral processing.

Introduction:

Principles of physical and chemical mineral processing are discussed and science and engineering principles of mineral processing and their application emphasized. Topics covered include mineralogy, size liberation, grade recovery, comminution circuits, flotation, magnetic separation, leaching, thickening and filtration, various unit processes, process control, maintenance and procedures for improving one’s skill and knowledge in the area. Suitable for those interested in the topic.

Key Learning Outcomes:

There are many benefits of attending this course. Throughout the course, participants will improve their knowledge in the following areas:

  • Advanced understanding of the principles of physical and chemical mineral processing
  • Integrating the various unit processes, process control and benchmarking
  • Tools for success
  • Implementing process design changes

Course Programme:

(Subject to change & customisation for your requirements)

  1. Introduction
  2. Fundamentals
  3. Comminution
  4. Beneficiation separation
  5. Flotation
  6. Dewatering
  7. Benchmarking

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed to provide an overview on mineral processing. Suitable for supervisors, plant operators, chemists, engineers, lab technicians, and metallurgists. Additionally, training providers, suppliers to the resource industry, technologists, brokers and investors can also benefit.

Also suited to:

  • Mining personnel
  • Project managers
  • Geologists
  • Senior mine staff
  • Plant operating staff
  • Engineers
  • Training providers
  • Technologists
  • Suppliers to the resource industry
  • Administration staff

For a brochure, further information on this course or to register please contact our training department on +61 8 9421 9000 or send an email to training@metsengineering.com

Mineral Processing

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