In here you will find a wide range of information. This section of the website is a resouce centre to help educate the mining community regardless of technical expertise.
This includes detailed operational information, technical flow sheets, published technical papers and reports and frequently asked questions.
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How it Works
The semi-continuous (batch) Knelson Concentrator (KC) has revolutionized the gravity recovery of precious metals from both hard-rock milling operations and alluvial mining plants worldwide.
The continuous Knelson Concentrator (CVD) utilizes the same widely proven fluid bed enhanced gravity separation technology as the semi-continuous Knelson Concentrator. The key difference is the method in which the concentrates are collected and discharged. Learn more about the continuous-type Knelson Concentrator.
The ConSep ACACIA Reactor is a high efficiency leaching system, exclusively designed to handle the high-grade concentrates produced by Knelson Concentrators. The system is designed to maximize gold recovery from gravity concentrates and provide numerous process advantages over a conventional gold room.
Here you will find an extensive listing of abstracts from numerous published reports from universities, research laboratories and end users of Knelson Concentrators. Click on the associated link to download the full PDF report to your desktop.
Juan Antonio Garcia, Chemical Engineer/Metallurgist - National University of San Juan/Cerro Vanguardia SA, Argentina
"I, with my assistant, Eduardo Baños, would be the first technicians in Argentina that experienced your Knelson lab unit. We got it from you through the Mining Secretary's Chief who visited your company in the 80s. We used it to learn new gravitational technology and we recovered gold and silver from melting furnaces scrap of Farallón Negro, YMAD, Catamarca province and from Abra Pampa melting plant (Berlingier Company), at Jujuy province..."
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