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:: New Eriez White Paper Highlights Magnetic Separation Techniques to Improve Grinding Efficiency


Eriez® has announced the release of its newest white paper for the minerals processing industry, “Magnetic Separation Techniques to Improve Grinding Circuit Efficiency - 2014." This informative piece offers an in-depth exploration of how Trunnion Magnets provide tremendous cost savings by efficiently separating and removing balls and broken ball pieces typically used for ore processing in ball/SAG mill operations.

The white paper, written by Jose Marin, Eriez Director of Materials and Minerals Processing, specifically focuses on a few of the 150 Trunnion Magnet installations around the globe. It describes the application/circuit location and the accompanying technique/equipment solution.

Application photos and diagrams are included for each highlighted application. Tables and graphs illustrate the significant advantages and measured improvements customers attain when a Trunnion Magnet is installed.

This white paper represents a current view of the effects of grinding ball fragments in the milling circuit and the impact on the crushing and grinding circuit. The performance of a Trunnion Magnet should be compared to the existing operations, especially if cost savings and output need improvement.

“Magnetic Separation Techniques to Improve Grinding Circuit Efficiency - 2014” is offered online through Eriez’ Orange University®, the program through which the company gives customers access to an array of free online and offline educational resources. To download the white paper in PDF format, visit www.eriez.com/Products/Index/Trun.




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