FINLAND – LAROX is filling new orders for its filters for customers on five of the world’s seven continents.
Canadian TECK COMINCO, operator and 40% owner of the Pogo gold mine in Alaska, has ordered a third Larox PF automatic pressure filter for tailings filtration. Pogo was commissioned earlier this year.
FIRST QUANTUM MINERALS of Australia has ordered a Larox PF automatic pressure filter for copper concentrate filtration at its Frontier copper mine in Democratic Republic of Congo. This will be the fourth filter delivery from Larox to First Quantum’s mines in different countries.
An order for a Ceramec capillary-action disc filter from OCEANA GOLD for its new project at Globe Progress in the Reefton Goldfield, is destined to filter gold concentrate in the South Island of New Zealand.
Deliveries to China consist of two Scheibler polishing filters for copper electrolyte purification at JINLONG COPPER and DAYE NONFERROUS METALS. Another delivery to China, also a repeat order, goes to a pharmaceutical application. It consists of two units of the largest size Larox PF automatic pressure filters.
An order from DURO FELGUERA PLANTAS INDUSTRIALES in Spain is for five units of Scanmec rotary vacuum disc filters and a large package of auxiliary equipment for its turnkey iron ore concentrator project. The end customer is C.V.G. FERROMINERA ORINOCO in Venezuela.
A repeat order from South Africa is for three units of the biggest Larox PF automatic pressure filters to be used to filter PGM concentrate. The contract also includes a comprehensive service package. A delivery to Zambia is destined for a copper mine and consists of a large Larox PF filter for copper concentrates.
An iron ore producer in India has placed a repeat order for two units of Ceramec capillary action disc filters for pellet plant feed filtration.
Together, Larox says these orders are worth approximately Cdn$22.5 million. Visit www.Larox.com to find the filtration solution that is best for your operation.