Tiger will produce an average of 35,000 tonnes per annum of copper in a 25% concentrate over the planned three year operating life of the Stage 1 heavy media separation plant at Kipoi.
What does HMS stand for?
HMS stands for Heavy Media Separation (mining)
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- Hazlet Middle School (New Jersey, USA)
- Head Media Spacing (magnetics)
- Headend Management System (Cable TV)
- Headland Management System
- Health and Medical Services (various organizations)
- Health Market Science, Inc (King of Prussia, PA)
- Healthcare Management System
- Healthcare Marketing Services (various locations)
- Heart, Mind and Soul
- Heavy Materiel Supply
- Heavy Melting Scrap
- Height Management System (automobile/vehicle systems)
- Helmet Mounted Sight
- Helpless Man Syndrome
- Helse Miljø Sikkerhet (Norwegian: Environmental Health Security)
- Hendersonville Middle School (North Carolina)
- Hendrick Motorsports (NASCAR)
- Hepatosplenomegaly (disorder)
- Her/His Majesty's Service
- Her/His Majesty's Ship (UK)
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Heavy media separation processes are normally employed for processing of coarser ores i.
The level of investment in downstream equipment has caused some in the industry to speculate that off-site heavy media separation is in its declining years as an ongoing practice, as sorting equipment that can quickly yield a return on investment is purchased by an increasing number of shredding plant operators.
Fine crushed ore will then be moved forward from the fine ore bin and fed to the two stage heavy media separation circuit.
Heavy media separation remains a viable last step, whether for a mixed residue/metals stream coming from a shredder with few downstream capabilities or for a mixed metals shipment coming from a facility with extensive separating systems.
Conventional open pit mining, crushing, heavy media separation and classification circuits comprising the following key process steps have been proposed:- Open pit mining, assuming 95% mining recovery and 10% dilution- Crushing and screening to -6mm- Reflux Classifier to remove mica flakes- Two stage heavy media separation (HMS) in two separate size streams- Gravity concentration (spirals and wet tables) of tantalite minerals- Contract dressing and packaging of tantalite concentrates (in Perth)- Production of 137,000 tonnes of spodumene concentrate @ 6.