LIQUID ANALYSIS FOR THE WORLD’S TOUGHEST CONDITIONS
Sensors can drift by as much as
1 pH unit between calibrations,
Sensor drift directly affects…
The extraction output can drop from 97%-93% when pH level increases by 0.75.
The effect of pH on gold extraction. Condition: 20% solid, 0.6 MPa, 300 min-1, 80°C, 1% NaCN, 1 h (Parga et al., 2007).
Effect of pH on cyanide consumption (Ling et al., 1996).
Note* The optimum pH for leaching should be derived independently for each ore type and leaching System (Marsden and House, 1992).
Pursuing stable pH measurement is an expensive process
Turtle Tough Sensors provide
in Gold Cyanidation
This chart is based on data collected by our customers, over many years. Sensor life is process dependent and frequent scheduled cleaning is required.
In gold processing, Turtle Tough customers experience pH sensor drift at a fraction of the rate of previously used sensors.
Turtle Tough pH Systems provide the Lowest Cost of Ownership through maximum sensor stability & longevity.
- Optimised Production Output
- Optimised chemical agent consumption
- Health and safety concerns diminished
- Labour costs reduced
- Replenishment of consumables and replaceable components negated
- Greatly reduced sensor replacement costs
The TT-Au-pH pH Sensor for Gold is the result of more than 20 years experience in gold ore mining and refining processes. This sensor continues to provide unparalleled performance and service life in this demanding application earning it the respected title of being the best in the industry. Learn more…