Engineering & Mining Journal

MAR 2017

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Flotation that consumes at least 20% The results are in! The nextSTEP™ rotor/stator has been tested and proven to consume less power, while increasing hydrodynamic performance in forced-air fl otation machines. The superior metallurgical performance of the nextSTEP mechanism shows increased recovery, resulting from dramatic improvements in mineral-bubble attachment rates. When installed, operators note at least a 20% reduction of power requirements and see better wear distribution for increased rotor/stator life. Upgrade to the nextSTEP™ rotor/stator mechanism in your new or existing forced-air fl otation equipment and enjoy a strong positive impact on long-term operating costs. Find out more at www.fl smidth.com/nextSTEP less power Find FLSmidth on LinkedIn to read more about our productivity solutions

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