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Gold Extraction Equipment

  • Washing Thickener

    Washing Thickener

    【Introduction】: Washing thickener for solid-liquid separation of gold leaching liquid
    【 Capacity 】: 10-250t/d
    【Improvement】: 1, Countercurrent washing, large capacity and high washing efficiency; 2, Small area taken; 3, Stable production and convenient operation.
  • Leaching Agitation Tank

    Leaching Agitation Tank

    【Introduction】: Leaching agitaion tank is a leaching equipment for cyanide leaching by referring the USA technical design
    【 Capacity 】: 6-395m3
    【Improvement】: Leaching agitation tank for gold extraction with double impeller, uniform mixing, low energy consumption; the impeller coated by rubber, long service life; multi points to give gas, uniform inflation
  • Air Lifter

    Air Lifter

    【Introduction】: A slurry transporting equipment by compressed air
    【 Capacity 】: 3-5m
    【Improvement】: No moving part
  • Carbon Screen

    Carbon Screen

    【Introduction】: An equipment for separation of carbon and slurry
    【 Capacity 】: 100-500mm
    【Improvement】: In the cyaniding carbon pulp plant, it is used to screen activated carbon in the leaching tank.
  • Desorption Electrolysis System

    Desorption Electrolysis System

    【Introduction】: Desorption electrolysis system as gold extraction equipment obtains gold mud from carbon by desorption and electrowinning
    【 Capacity 】: ≥3.5kg/t
    【Improvement】: Desorption electrolysis system consists of electrolysis equipment including desorption column and the electrodeposition tank
  • Zinc Powder Displacement Device

    Zinc Powder Displacement Device

    【Introduction】: A system extracts gold from pregnant solution by zinc powder
    【 Capacity 】: ≤1200m3/d
    【Improvement】: Zinc powder displacement process is composed of pregnant solution purification, deoxidation and zinc powder filtering replacement
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