JKSimFloat training

JKSimFloat is the global industry standard in simulation of flotation plant operations which enables users to optimise throughput, grade, and recovery.

This course provides attendees with an overview of the AMIRA P9 flotation concepts, understanding of cell characterisation equipment available, methods for measuring and optimising flotation cells and circuits, and ways of obtaining more information out of current sampling and characterisation methods. It includes half a day of simulation using JKSimFloat.

Duration:4 days

$3200.00 inc GST for a Non-Maintenance Holder
$2880.00 inc GST for a Current Maintenance Holder


20% Early-Bird discount applicable to registrations received 30+ days prior


Group rates available for sending two or more staff - contact us

Course Delivery:Public course (custom in-house courses are also available on request)
Upcoming Courses:18-21 June 2018 - closed     



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JKTech Pty Ltd reserves the right to cancel any course at its discretion. Whilst we endeavour to make every effort not to do this, there could be circumstances beyond our control (e.g. insufficient numbers) that may prevent us from going ahead. In light of this, if you need to fly, we suggest that you purchase a fully flexible airline ticket. If you would like a copy of our Standard Terms and Conditions for Provision of Training (including our full cancellation policy), please visit http://jktech.com.au/terms-and-conditions.

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