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flotation cell rubber stators & spares at rs 250000/piece | - premier rubber mills, gurgaon | id: 21939733155

flotation cell rubber stators & spares at rs 250000/piece | - premier rubber mills, gurgaon | id: 21939733155

With the rich industrial experience, we have been able to carve a niche in the domestic market by offering molded rubber components and assemblies.The range available with us includes Slurry Pumps Spares, Floatation Cell Spares, Denver Type Pump Spares, Warman Type Pump Spares, Wilfley Type Pump Spares, Galighar Sump Type Pump Spares, Vacseal Type Pump Spares Hydrocyclone (Replaceable Liners) Spares, Impact Chute Liners, Wear Resistant Rubber Liners, Seal Kits, and Rubber Diaphragms. We can custom design and develop these pump spares, seal kits, industrial pump spares, rubber seal kits to fit applications as required by our OEM's and other customers. Further, we are also offering solutions from design enhancements to the development of special packaging.Our entire range is subjected to rigorous quality checking at every stage of production. We check our range of molded rubber components and assemblies on well-defined parameters such as hardness, dimension, tensile strength, accuracy and performance to ensure these are at par with industrial quality standards. Due to this, we have garnered product support from many reputed clientele such as Tata Steel Ltd., Essar Steel Ltd., Arcelor Mittal, Vedanta Group, HINDALCO, BALCO, Hindustan Copper Ltd., and Hindustan Zinc Ltd.

first commercial application of delkor bqr flotation cell in india addresses water & tailings issues at limestone processing plant - international mining

first commercial application of delkor bqr flotation cell in india addresses water & tailings issues at limestone processing plant - international mining

The first commercial application of the DELKOR BQR flotation cell from TAKRAF Group equipped with the MAXGen mechanism was recently commissioned in India on a project where the technology has been applied to maximise limestone recovery. The flotation cells were ordered by one of Indias leading cement producers, as part of a contract covering the supply of flotation, thickening and filtration equipment for one of its cement works in India.

DELKOR says BQR flotation cells, equipped with the MAXGen mechanism, achieve superior process performance in maximising recovery. DELKOR BQR flotation cells achieve optimum operation through improved particle-bubble interaction, faster flotation kinetics and precise froth level controls. The order comprises design, engineering, supply and supervision of erection and commissioning of:

The order was received following the development of a process solution by DELKOR India to reduce the high levels of limestone and water that the plant was losing in the tailings discharged from the limestone washing plant into the tailings pond. Besides the loss of valuable minerals, the water loss meant that the tailings ponds were filling up at an unacceptably fast rate, while also contributing to water scarcity.

The process solution was developed based upon extensive laboratory and pilot scale test work by specialists at our Bengaluru lab centre, which demonstrated the advantages of the MAXGen mechanism in optimising recovery of limestone from the washing plant tailings. In addition, bench scale tests with high-rate thickeners and a vacuum belt filter demonstrated the potential for water recovery. The resulting process flowsheet includes flotation, dewatering and filtration equipment. The flotation plant will thus minimise limestone loss into the tailings, while the dewatering equipment will provide between 85 and 90% water recovery. The tailings cake generated from the flotation plant will be dry enough to be stacked, after filtering, for use as mine backfill.

As a result of this environmentally-friendly solution, both the mine and tailings pond life will be significantly increased, with the water that is recovered being re-used in the process immediately, thus reducing the fresh/make-up water requirement in the plant.

Ramesh Mahadevan, Regional Managing Director DELKOR, had this to say upon commissioning: The commitment and time our process team invested in demonstrating the advantages of the MAXGen mechanism in terms of grade, recovery and power consumption, were without doubt a deciding factor in winning this important contract. This is an environmentally friendly and important project for us and a key reference for DELKOR and our BQR flotation cell with MAXGen mechanism for the future. This project only serves to show that, It pays to talk to a specialist.

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