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Oversize ore detection system prior to primary crushing
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Oversize ore detection system prior to primary crushing

The Open Innovation in Mining Program, EXPANDE, invites you to prequalify for a new challenge of CODELCO, Andina Division "Oversize ore detection system prior to primary crushing".

 

To participate, follow the link: https://fch.brightidea.com/COD122020Deteccindemineralsobretamao register and upload the information requested by the enclosed technical sheet, until November 13, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. (UTC/GMT-4 horas). 

 

The status of your proposal can be viewed in the Challenge page https://fch.brightidea.com/COD122020Deteccindemineralsobretamao "Proposals" section. Also, you can send us your questions through the section “Consultas/Help”. 

 

To learn more about the Expande Program, you can access our website https://expandemineria.cl/en/about-expande/  

 

Challenge Description

During the exploitation of minerals in open pit mines, the blasting operation is carried out to fragment and facilitate the loading and hauling to the crushing plant Occasionally, fragmentation is not complete and oversize ore are generated and exceed the maximum granulometry allowed by primary crushing.

 

In the Andina Division, Codelco oversize ore with a size greater than 1160 mm must be reduced by hydraulic rockbreakers before feeding the primary crusher which interfere with the continuity of the crushing process and causing production issues.

 

For this reason, a search for technological solutions is required to detect oversized ore on the shovels and/or in the mining trucks, prior to feeding to the primary crusher

 

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