06.12.2012 / Flotation technology for copper concentrator in South America

Outotec will supply flotation technology for a major copper producer in South America to their concentrator expansion. The site is one of the largest copper producing sites in the world. The contract value is over 30 million €. Outotec's delivery includes copper rougher and scavenger flotation technology with 70 pieces of proprietary TankCell® e300 flotation cells, which currently is the world's largest flotation cell volume in operation. TankCell® e300 flotation cells are equipped with Outotec's patented FloatForce® energy saving flotation mechanism, which reduces operating costs and environmental impact of the operations. Start-up of the new flotation cells is scheduled for 2015.
 

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