Authors: Wisdom, T

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Wisdom, T 2019, 'Maintaining high availability and low operational costs for filtered tailings facilities', in AJC Paterson, AB Fourie & D Reid (eds), Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Paste, Thickened and Filtered Tailings, Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth, pp. 337-348.

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Abstract:
High availability of filtration equipment is essential for reducing the capital cost on tailings filtration projects. At the same time, low operational costs are needed to maintain mine profitability. High availability, greater than 90%, and low operational costs can be achieved at the same time through good equipment design, good building layout, automation, and proper maintenance procedures.

Keywords: availability, pressure filter, tailings

References:
Blanchet, N 2018, ‘Use of statistical approach in tailings filtration: learning from cloth failures’, Proceedings of the 11th Alumina Quality Workshop International Conference, Alumina Quality Workshop Inc., Applecross.
Riddel, R 2018, The Reliability Impact with the PF Curve, Reliability Web, viewed 1 October 2018,




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