FLSmidth has signed a DKK950 million contract with ShalkiyaZinc to produce mineral processing tools, including mill circuit pumps, for a greenfield zinc-lead concentrator at its zinc and lead mine in the Kyzylorda region of Kazakhstan.
The gear will remodel the plant right into a world-class facility that efficiently separates minerals with a minimised environmental influence.
FLSmidth will supply two underground crushing stations with a supplies handling system to the process plant, a full bundle of comminution and separation equipment, including SAG and ball mills, mill circuit pumps and cyclones, the zinc-lead concentrate flotation and regrinding circuit, including nextSTEP, VXP vertical mills, concentrate thickeners, and Pneumapress filters, reagents preparation and dosing space. Full plant automation is also included, in addition to installation and commissioning supervision companies. The new concentrator will be supported from FLSmidth’s new service supercentre in Karaganda.
Equipment supply might be completed during 2024, with commissioning set to begin out by the tip of that yr.
“We are excited to obtain this first order from ShalkiyaZinc, which highlights our full flowsheet experience,” says Mikko Keto, Group CEO at FLSmidth. “The wide range of kit included in the order will help ShalkiyaZinc save on each CAPEX and OPEX; our new nextSTEP flotation know-how will enhance the quality of the concentrates, the SAG mill will present extra flexibility, whereas the automation and digital options will additional allow water and energy financial savings alongside safer operations.”
“After pressure gauge แบบ น้ำมัน and basic design work executed by FLSmidth, we are happy to enter this new section of collaboration with the procurement of important technologies to enhance the productivity and sustainability of our plant,” says Assel Rakhimova, chief project director of Tau-Ken Samruk. “We believe in profitable execution and look forward to receiving the ordered gear based on the schedule for set up and to continue working with FLSmidth on commissioning companies and spare components.”