No Water for Concentration of Ores
No Cynide Leaching
No CO2 by Plasma Smelting
Slag Stock Piles from Old Smelters
We have researched 3,121 million tons of slag piles via a dedicated team of geologists and metallurgists over the course of 30 years.
Copper ore is economical when its copper content is more than 30%, but it rarely exists in mines in such high concentrations. Copper ore with 2-5% copper content is widely found in the southwestern USA region and Peru, but it is not economical to mine due to the high costs of chemical concentration. Our dry concentration process, which uses electrostatics, can concentrate copper ore to more than 30% without using water or chemicals.
We have researched 1,432 milion tons of tailings and we plan on recycling those materials in order to successfully recover high contents of precious metals. Recovering valuable metals from tailing stockpiles in old abandoned mines can be a complex process. However, there are a few general steps that can be recovered by our dry concentration.
Galena - Lead Ores
The deposit has resources of lead, silver, gold beds located on the surface and in a system of veins that have a good mineralization power. According to previous studies, approximately 300,000 TM of recoverable Mineral Resources are estimated within the 600 hectares.
Head Ore Stock Piles
We have researched bilion tons of head ore stockfile from old 18 centry's abandoned mines in South western U.S. Recovering valuable metals from old abandoned mine tailings can be a challenging process, but there are several methods that can be used. Here are some steps that can help you recover valuable metals from head stockpiles
A placer mine is a type of mining operation where minerals, such as gold, are extracted from sedimentary deposits or alluvial deposits that have been eroded and transported by water. The term "placer" is derived from the Spanish word "placer," meaning "sandbank" or "gravel deposit.
There used be several thousands of closed mines and smelters in these areas during the Gold Rush in the Late 1800s.
The Gold Belt is a region in the eastern United States that stretches from Virginia to Alabama. This region was a significant part of the early American gold rush and was home to some of the largest and most productive gold mines in the country.
The tailings, heads, and slags are concentrated using dry concentration methods that do not require water.
No Toxic (Cynide)
The smelting operation is minimized, and no CO2 is present.
Friendly Work Environment
We do not use the traditional gravity concentration and chemical floatation which uses lots of water.
Mark Jacobson Designer
Asif Hasan Customer