The process design of gold leaching and carbon in pulp circuits. pulp leaves the last tank in the adsorption cascade the concentration of gold in the aqueous phase is typically between 0.001 and 0.02 ppm with a value of 0.010.005 ppm regarded as a practically achievable value for most well designed and operated plants.
The agitation leaching method is to concentrate the slurry, obtained after grinding and classifying of the gold containing ore, to a suitable concentration, place it in a leaching tank, add a cyanide solution, and aerate to carry out leaching. The main equipment used in the agitation leaching process is a cyanide leaching tank.
Gold CIP process eliminates the slurry washing and solid liquid separation operations, directly uses granular activated carbon to absorb gold from pulp, and optimizes the traditional cyanidation gold extraction process, which simplifies the industrial production process, improves the leaching efficiency and reduces the production cost.
CIP process is a high efficient method to leaching and recovering gold from gold ore, The most different from CIL process is in CIP process, gold leaching and adsorption are separated, first leaching, and then adsorption. Now it is being replacing by CIL process progressively.
This complete CIP gold process plant includes a feeding machine, jaw crushers, fine jaw crusher, belt conveyor, vibration screen, ball mill, thickener, leaching amp; adsorption agitation tanks, desorption electrolysis system, tailing water recycle system, and all the other needed accessories.
CIP CIL versus Agitated Tank Leaching. Process Description. The first industrial CIP plant was installed in South Dakota. A CIP circuit utilizes the same flowsheet as an agitated leach circuit up to the point where the slurry discharges from the final agitated leach tank.