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New Plant at Three Mile Hill

Gekko Systems and Como Engineering are pleased to report that the gravity recovery plant at Focus Minerals’ Three Mile Hill Mine in Western Australia has been successfully commissioned. The plant consists of a Falcon 1350 Concentrator and a Gekko InLine... Download File

10 tph Modular Plant for Morning Star Gold

In early 2010, Gekko Systems was contracted to design and manufacture a 10 ton-per-hour pre-concentration modular gold plant for Morning Star Gold to install at its exciting Woods Point Gold Project, located in Victoria’s historic eastern goldfields and 120 kilometres north east of Melbourne (Australia). Download File

Gold Fields Invests in Python Technology

The Gold Fields metallurgical team has placed an order for a number of Gekko’s innovative processing systems with a view to achieving high gold extraction rates from existing surface dumps at Kloof Mine. The Kloof Growth Project is designed to achieve economic outcomes as well as pilot improved processes... Download File

Directors Require More Data on Comminution

“The education of company directors is essential to assist in the acceleration of new comminution strategies for the mining industry” said Elizabeth Lewis-Gray, Managing Director of Gekko Systems. “Many senior people in the industry, especially those without a technical background, are unaware of the significant impact of different grinding and crushing strategies on carbon footprint and operating costs.” Download File

IPJ Coal Separator Results

Elsa Consulting Group and ACIRL have been lead project managers on an ACARP sponsored research project investigating the application of the InLine Pressure Jig Coal Separator (IPJ-CS) for the Australian coal industry. Download File

Technical Paper 044 - The Modular Python Processing Plant Designed For Underground Pre Concentration

Historically, most hard rock ores are processed using large, high-energy-consuming crushing and grinding circuits, which require large structures installed on significant concrete foundations. To be able to significantly lower haulage costs, increase hoisting capacity, produce backfill underground and/or reduce surface footprint, a number of mine owners have investigated relocating their processing plants underground. Download File

Technical Paper 043 - New Developments IPJ And ILR Systems

New developments with the Gekko systems InLine Pressure Jig (IPJ) and InLine Leach Reactor (ILR) have allowed the technologies to prosper and provide positive outcomes for customers globally. A strong focus is placed on continuous product improvement at Gekko Systems and this is particularly so with the IPJ and ILR. Design improvements through past learnings from both a physical design perspective and increased levels of operability through increased automation, have ensured these products provide customers with what they require. Download File

Technical Paper 042 - Gekko IPJ Coal Separator

The Gekko IPJ Coal Separator (GICS) is based on a circular design and is capable of processing a wide particle size range (- 30 + 0.25 mm, i.e. - 13/16 inch + 60 mesh). For coal in particular, the GICS can process size fractions that include the smaller of those conventionally processed by dense medium cyclone (DMC) units (eg - 2 + 0.5 mm or - 9 + 32 mesh ) and all of those typically processed by spirals and teetered bed separators (- 2 + 0.125 mm or - 9 + 115 mesh). Download File

Technical Paper 041 - Gekko IPJ Coal Separator Value Addition In Coal Preparation

The Gekko IPJ Coal Separator (IPJ) is a mature technology that has not previously been applied to the coal industry. It efficiently processes a wide range (60 mesh to 1 ¼ inch or 0.25 to 32 mm) of particle sizes. The IPJ can efficiently process size fractions that include the smaller of those conventionally processed by dense medium cyclones (eg 6 x 0.5mm) and all of those typically processed by spirals or teetered bed separators (2 x 0.125mm). Download File

Technical Paper 040 - Commissioning Of The Intensive Cyanidation Plant At Ares

A number of silver producers have identified a need for a system to recover silver and gold from base metal flotation concentrates on site rather than sending the concentrate to third party smelters to improve mine economics. Download File


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