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TITLE The Intec Zinc Process 
SUMMARY ... Intec Zinc Process?). Developed and proven in Sydney, Australia at a cost of US$15m over the last ten years, the Intec Copper Process is now ready for commercial application. The knowledge gained during the development of the Intec Copper Process has been applied to the Intec Zinc Process, which ...
AUTHOR Moyes, J.
PUBLISHED 2002
TITLE The Buka Zinc Process - A Major Step Forward in Zinc Processing? 
SUMMARY 189814 The Buka Zinc Process - A Major Step Forward in Zinc Processing? The zinc industry is dominated by the electrolytic zinc (EZ) process. The EZ process has a low tolerance for impurities, resulting in tight concentrate specifications. Many mining companies sacrifice zinc recovery in order to ...
AUTHOR C R Fountain ; R J Sinclair
PUBLISHED 1998
TITLE Energy Conservation In The Electrolytic Zinc Process 
SUMMARY 39383 Energy Conservation In The Electrolytic Zinc Process Efficient energy utilization in the electrolytic zinc process, relative to other zinc processes, is one of the reasons for its wide adoption in recent years. Designers and operators of electrolytic zinc plants have pioneered process ...
AUTHOR Siddle, John D.
PUBLISHED 1977
TITLE Energy Conservation in the Electrolytic Zinc Process 
SUMMARY 35074 Energy Conservation in the Electrolytic Zinc Process Efficient energy utilization in the electrolytic zinc process, relative to other zinc processes, is one of the reasons for its wide adoption in recent years, says John D. Siddle, zinc plant superintendent at the Bunker Hill Co., Kellogg ...
PUBLISHED 1977
TITLE Recovery of Lead, Silver and Gold From Zinc Process Residues by a Sulfidization-Flotation Method 
SUMMARY 217228 Recovery of Lead, Silver and Gold From Zinc Process Residues by a Sulfidization-Flotation Method The recovery of lead, silver and gold from existing and potential zinc process residues using a sulfidization-flotation method was investigated on a laboratory scale. The following residues were ...
AUTHOR Rastas, J.
PUBLISHED 1990
TITLE Developments With The Imperial Smelting Process 
SUMMARY ... most zinc concentrates the electrolytic zinc process continued to be more economic. Therefore, the Imperial Smelting Process (ISP) specialised in smelting zinc and lead concentrates that were less amenable for treatment by either the electrolytic zinc process or the lead blast furnace. Subsequently ...
AUTHOR Lee, Roger W.
PUBLISHED 2006
TITLE Cyclone Smelting for Residues from Zinc Metal Production 
SUMMARY ... metal recoveries to the environmentally safe processing of the ore concentrates. The main source of solid residues from hydrometallurgical zinc processing is the iron content of the concentrates. Unfortunately iron precipitates from leach liquors contain various compounds which cause them to be ...
AUTHOR Melcher G
PUBLISHED 1993
TITLE Sun Metals Corporation's Townsville Zinc Refinery Project Initiation 
SUMMARY ... consumption growth for refined zinc metal, technological, environmental and economic obsolescence of existing zinc processing plants, and a prolonged ædroughtÆ of new zinc processing capacity under construction. The Project will utilise proven technology developed by KZC at the Onsan refinery in ...
AUTHOR M Kennedy ; P Salmon
PUBLISHED 1998
TITLE Ausmelt Technology For Lead And Zinc Processing 
SUMMARY 184958 Ausmelt Technology For Lead And Zinc Processing Ausmelt Top Submerged Lancing (TSL) Technology has gained widespread commercial acceptance in the lead and zinc industries, as an efficient and highly flexible pyrometallurgical reactor with accompanying excellent environmental performance. For ...
AUTHOR Hughes, Stephen
PUBLISHED 2008
TITLE Increasing Germanium Extraction From Hydrometallurgical Zinc Residues 
SUMMARY ... domestic zinc process residues can be extracted during H2S04 leaching. To increase germanium extraction, the Bureau developed and researched the hypothesis that minor amounts of germanium and zinc silicate, both present in zinc calcine, dissolve during the leaching stages of zinc processing, forming ...
AUTHOR Harbuck, D. D.
PUBLISHED 1991
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