washing plant

washing plant

[′wäsh·iŋ ‚plant]
(mining engineering)
A plant where slimes are removed from relatively coarse ore by washing, tumbling, or scrubbing.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The new CDE washing plant allows for highly efficient sand recovery, customized integration with the existing crushing plant, and an expanded product portfolio of quality sand and aggregates produced simultaneously and ready for market straight from the belts.
'this time, the local coal parameters carry 15-20 percent ash, 5-7 percent sulphur and 28-30 percent moisture as coal will be used after washing it in private washing plant. Poor quality coal will be washed through washing plant which would be set up by private coal suppliers,' he said.
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The contract has been signed to operate and manage HunTai's 600,000-ton-capacity washing plant. Presently, HunTai is in trial operation and will expand L&L Energy Inc's coal washing operation in the region.
(8) Management stated that first hard coking coal from Elga will be delivered to Southern Kuzbass' washing plant (Sibir plant) in 2011 and will be sold on the domestic market.
Sedgman will also run coal preparation plant modeling simulations and evaluate washing plant circuit options.
It will comprise offices, a repair shop, a washing plant and storage facilities.