Extracting the maximum benefit from beneficiation

The demands of the mining and metals industry are increasing, and cost constraints are considerable. Increase output and quality, lower operating costs, and optimize processes with Siemens solution packages, featuring flotation cells, mill drives, pump drives, and more.

SIMINE PREP solutions for the copper industry focus on process optimization, boosting output while decreasing costs for operating preparation plants. From flotation systems to Granulometer pelletizers, SIMINE designs solutions to span the entire beneficiation process, integrating mechanics, electrical engineering, automation and drive technology.

Your benefits:

  • High productivity – precise measurement, high reliability and quality

  • Low energy consumption – optimized processes and monitoring

Results:

  • Decreased costs - operational savings across the entire life cycle

  • Contribution to environmental protection


Flotation

SIMINE Hybrid Flot: Better recovery, improved selectivity
The flotation process is at the heart of every mine; after all, it determines the productivity of the mining operation. SIMINE Hybrid Flot combines the advantages of pneumatic and column flotation in one compact flotation cell.

The SIMINE Cell is extremely space- and energy-efficient. The aeration technology effectively enhances bubble-particle contact and attachment, boosting separation quality.


Mill Drives

SIMINE MILL GD: Setting new standards for productivity

Efficiency is a key word for the SIMINE Mill Gearless Drive, which has the lowest power consumption of any variable-speed drive, features virtually wear-free operation with no gears or pinions to replace, and fuseless short-circuit-proof cycloconverter.

The result is clear – reduced mill downtimes (over 99% drive availability) backed by comprehensive service.


Pump drives

SIMINE Pump: Enhance productivity while optimizing costs

The SIMINE Gearless Drive Pump eliminates all gears between the motor and the pump by coupling the shaft directly to a low-speed induction motor.

The result is a reduction in energy costs of up to 30% and, even more considerably, decreased mechanical wear and downtimes..