The Hydrometallurgy Equipment's role in industry

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The Hydrometallurgy Equipment's role in industry

Posted By tank mixing     May 28, 2018    


During the past 20 years, the Hydrometallurgy Equipment's role in industry has changed considerably. Flowsheet development and technical troubleshooting are now smaller components of the job and, more often than not, issues of operations management, environmental regulations, worker safety, risk assessment, and finances are more important.

From an industry perspective, the traditional hydrometallurgy curriculum is seen to have shortcomings in preparing hydrometallurgists for an industrial career. The narrowly defined curriculum does not take into account the application of hydrometallurgical concepts to related fields such as surface finishing, recycling, and the production of advanced materials by aqueous processing techniques. A critical review of perceptions of weaknesses in the current system is presented, along with proposed improvements and modifications which, if implemented, should prepare graduates more appropriately for the demands of the modern workplace.

Ion exchange has traditionally been employed for the purification of water and the removal of metal contaminants from dilute waste streams. More recently, its use in removing trace metallic impurities from hydrometallurgical process streams (with typical background metal concentrations of 50–100 g/L) has increased substantially. It is also used as a primary recovery and concentration unit operation for certain commodities, where both technical and cost advantages become apparent for complex flow sheets. This overview discusses selected modern applications of ion exchange in hydrometallurgical processes for uranium, precious metals, copper, cobalt, nickel and zinc, and identifies some opportunities for the future.

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