Gekko Systems answers the question ‘what are the benefits of installing an InLine Pressure Jig?’
There are many benefits to be found from the installation of an InLine Pressure Jig (IPJ) for mineral processing and extractive metallurgy purposes, including:
High yield and high recovery - The InLine Pressure Jigs are continuous concentrate discharge units that offer a high degree of flexibility. Recovery for particular applications can be optimised thanks to a variable mass pull to concentrate ranging from 0.5% to 30%.
Low water consumption - The InLine Pressure Jigs benefit from low water consumption, making them an choice ideal for arid and water sensitive areas which can severely limit the use of other gravity treatment options.
Low environmental impact - When using the InLine Pressure Jigs no reagents or other media are added to the extraction process meaning that excess water can be returned to natural water courses with no environmental impact.
Wide range and particle size recovery - The need for an additional screening step can be avoided in many instances due to an acceptable feed sizing of up to 22mm.
Cost efficient - The InLine Pressure Jigs have been designed to be very efficient for their volume capacity. The IPJs also benefit from a low wear rate and low levels of power consumption; all of which leads to low operating costs and significant capital and operating cost savings.
Mobility - The InLine Pressure Jigs have been designed to be extremely mobile, with a compact design and minimal peripheral equipment requirements.
Visit the Gekko Systems website for further information on the technical information, applications and theory behind the InLine Pressure Jigs, as well as a number of case studies.