Current Operating Practice At the Cyprus Anvil Concentrator

CIM Bulletin, Vol. 71, No. 789, 1978
W. N. Wallinger, General Mill Superintendent, Cyprus Anvil Mining Corporation, Faro, Yukon Territory
Abstract The mine and concentrator of Cyprus Anvil Mining Corporation are situated in south-central Yukon, some 120 miles north of Whitehorse.
The large lead-zinc concentrator employs conventional crushing and grinding, followed by differential flotation, to produce selective lead and zinc concentrates, as well as a mixed lead-zinc (bulk) concentrate.
Since the commencement of operations in 1969, the concentrator has undergone expansions and modifications which have increased the capacity to 10,000 tons per day, and afforded some metallurgical improvements.
Keywords: Cyprus Anvil mine, Milling, Crushing, Grinding, Concentrators, Classifying, Scavenging, Roughing, Thickening.
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