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South American Office Open

Gekko Systems is delighted to announce that long-standing member of “Team Gekko”, Nigel Grigg, has relocated himself and family to Santiago where he is heading up the South American regional office. The Grigg family arrived only a few weeks before the massive earthquakes that rocked the Concepción and Santiago areas. Download File

Winners are Grinners!

The staff at Gekko Systems were thrilled to celebrate success at the regional CGU Commerce Ballarat Business Excellence Awards, taking out the 2009 CGU Business of the Year Award as well as the Innovation and Technology Award and the Export Award... Download File

Gekko Director Meets Innovation Guru

Managing Director, Elizabeth Lewis-Gray, was honoured to meet and discuss innovation policy with innovation guru, John Kao. John is a leader in creating and delivering high-end innovation leadership executive programmes for both public and private sectors. Download File

Debottleneck your Heavy Media Plant with IPJ Separator Module

There are significant benefits from using coarse mineral gravity separation to debottleneck and reduce costs around heavy media plants. These benefits have resulted in an increase in technical enquiries at Gekko Systems and demand for a unit to recover coarse mineral particles. Download File

ILR Footprint Grows to 90 Installations

Demand for the InLine Leach Reactor (ILR) has continued to show strong growth with 90 units being sold since the first commercial installation in 1999. Incredibly, even the prototype unit remains in operation at Bendigo’s Henty operation in Tasmania, Australia. 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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