JK Webinars

Next Webinar: 

WHY RUN A PLANT SURVEY? | Thursday 9 May | 3:00 pm AEST

Plant surveys are the most robust way of auditing the performance of grinding and flotation circuits. The key outcome of a plant survey is a reconciled snapshot of size distributions, assays and flowrates which would otherwise typically remain unknown during normal operation. This data can then be used in various ways, from identifying underperforming equipment units or banks, interrogating problematic recirculating loads, or (when the need arises) developing models that predict how circuit performance will change under various design, optimisation or future ore-type scenarios. It is typically very difficult to undertake these types of high-resolution analyses using online instrumentation or routine shift data, and plant surveys can be a powerful way to better understand what drives circuit behaviour (or mis-behaviour) so that appropriate remedial strategies can then be developed.

This webinar will provide an overview on best-practice survey planning and execution methodologies, as well as some examples of outcomes from JKTech’s recent surveys of mineral processing plants from around the world.

 

Please see our schedule for 2019 Webinars below. We will now offer each webinar twice (at different times) to try & accommodate participants in different time zones.

Exact dates & times TBA early 2019.

Duration:1 hour
Price: FREE
Course Delivery:Webinar
Upcoming Courses:

February 2019 - Comminution Testing (AEST) 

March 2019 - Comminution Testing (GMT) 

April 2019 - Why Run a Plant Survey? (AEST) 

May 2019 - Why Run a Plant Survey? (GMT)

June 2019 - JKSimMet at a Glance (AEST) 

July 2019 - JKSimMet at a Glance (GMT) 


Registration:

To register for the webinar, please complete our online form. A registration confirmation will be sent to you once your registration has been received and processed. 

To make an enquiry, please complete our online form.

JKTech Pty Ltd reserves the right to cancel any course/webinar at its discretion. Whilst we endeavour to make every effort not to do this, there could be circumstances beyond our control that may prevent us from going ahead.

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