The Helen Mine and Beneficiating Plant

CIM Bulletin1940
IN the summer of 1937, the Algoma Steel Corporation, Limited, decided to embark on the full-scale development o their Helen mine and the erection of plants to produce commercial iron sinter from its ores at a rate of fifteen hundred tons per day. The Helen deposit has long been known as one of the largest bodies of non-commercial iron ore in Canada, consisting almost entirely of siderite with a band of pyrite along the north wall and some lenticular inclusions of pyrite throughout the mass.
Keywords: aerial tram, coupled with, ore, siderite, sintering, Mine, Mines, Operation, Ore, Ores, Plants, Sinter, Sintering
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