Event date: 3 Jul 2020, 4:00 PM - 3 Jul 2020, 4:30 PM Export event
Webinar: Delivering Value through Mill Vibration Technology
This was originally published by Process IQ.
Milling circuits account for a large portion of the Capex and Opex of a mineral processing plant. The Opex costs of operating a mill are largely associated with the mill liners and relining, grinding media and power consumption. Traditionally, most milling operations rely on the mill power draw as a measure of the milling efficiency, with grinding media charge, mill load, mill speed and feed rate adjusted according to the power draw.
Millions of dollars are spent breaking down large rocks into smaller rocks for downstream processing. Any improvement to stabilising the milling circuit will help optimise this process, thereby providing a high rate of return. Further info available on our website
How does mill vibration technology work?
The MillSlicer utilises vibration sensor and digital signal processing technology to provide information about what is happening inside of the mill.
The MillSlicer sensor is magnetically mounted to the mill shell to determine the real-time toe angle of the load, mill fill level vectors and the mill liner damage level.
The MillSlicer can be used to optimise the charge trajectory onto the toe of the load, improving milling efficiency, reducing grind size variability and liner wear, thereby improving mill power utilisation (kWh/t). Watch how on this video
Learn more about MillSlicer
Join our short 30 min product webinar to find out:
- How the MillSlicer works
- What it measures
- How to use the outputs
- Interactive Q&A session
Date: Fri 3rd July 2020
Time: 2 - 2.30pm AWST I 4 - 4.30pm AEST I 8 - 8.30am Central Africa Time