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IsaMill™

133

installations

26

years

51

technical papers

9

minerals

​IsaMill™ uses horizontal milling to secure better energy efficiency, product size and availability

The IsaMill™ has real-world success in 133 metalliferous installations across 21 countries. It’s the world’s only horizontal fine-grinding mill, so it avoids short-circuits, is highly efficient and gives the highest availability.

IsaMill™ has 100% accurate scale-up and is proven consistently. It’s easier to maintain, has no height safety issues and slides open in minutes. It produces a steep particle size distribution without needing internal screens or closed circuit cyclones. The horizontal plug-flow design prevents short circuiting and provides for a reliable and easy to operate technology, and it delivers better results downstream to flotation and leaching performance.

In short, IsaMill™ reduces the energy cost, media cost and capital cost of fine-grinding.

The IsaMill™ is used extensively in base metals, PGM, gold processing and magnetite grinding applications. And the power capacity of an IsaMill™ ranges from 75kW to 3.8mW. 

IsaMill™ is the real-world specification of choice in:

  • mainstream grinding
  • concentrates regrinding 
  • ultrafine grinding.
Our technologies
Flotation

Jameson Cell flotation gives you more concentrate per dollar, per metre and per year.

Jameson Concentrator

Jameson Concentrator delivers more concentrate from less footprint, less capital and operating cost, using less energy.

Leaching

Albion Process™ leaches the broadest feed variations, costs less and ramps-up faster.

Gas Sparging

HyperSparge™ delivers more gas, with more availability for leaching and oxidation processes.

Slurry Storage

ZipaTank™ uses modular components to deliver a tank with reduced installation times and greater flexibility.

Smelting

ISASMELT™ deliver clean, cost-effective and high intensity smelting for the real world.

Cathode plates and equipment

ISAKIDD™ delivers the best fit for purpose electrowinning and electrorefining in the real world.