Flotation Level Control is not a black art.

However, unstable level control is a widespread cause of sub-optimal flotation performance.

Flotation circuit stability has a significant influence on the overall economic efficiency of a mine.

At MIPAC, we know from practical experience, the importance of having a stable flotation circuit, in particular stable pulp level control in flotation banks and cells. If feed-flow is reasonably steady, then a simple control strategy can be sufficient. In many concentrators though, particularly those using SAG mills for primary grinding, feed-flow rates can vary significantly. For these plants, a more sophisticated control strategy is required.

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