Deep Air-Flotation at Britannia

CIM Bulletin1938
FOR the past seven years, all flotation at the Britannia mill has been done in Forrester Air-Lift cells. Prior to 1931, the roughing and part of the cleaning operation had been performed in four 21-cell and two 14-cell M.S. machines. The resulting economies in reagent, power, maintenance, and general operating costs, and the increased recovery, more than justified the exclusive use of the Forrester machine.
Keywords: Air, Capacity, cell, DEEP, Howe Sound Company, pulp, specific gravity, Mill, Mills, Operation, Ore, Ores, Power
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