More Gold from Slimes; Higher Productivity in Wet Chlorination - METTLER TOLEDO
White Paper

More Gold from Slimes; Higher Productivity in Wet Chlorination

White Paper

More Gold from Slimes

Productivity in Wet Chlorination
Productivity in Wet Chlorination

At Rio Tinto’s Kennecott Copper Refinery in Utah, USA, development of processes at the precious metals plant has led to increased production of gold from copper anode slimes. This white paper examines the role in-line oxidation reduction potential (ORP) sensors play in improving the efficiency of the plant’s wet chlorination operations.

Discover in this white paper:

  • The importance of ORP measurements during chlorination
  • How METTLER TOLEDO in-line sensors enhance productivity and reduce the use of reagents
  • Predictive diagnostic tools for proactive sensor maintenance
  • Digitized sensor signals that are unaffected by moisture, electrical interference, and long cable runs


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