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Gold Leaching

Oxygen can be used to improve leaching efficiency and increase leaching rates. As leaching efficiency increases, the amount of cyanide consumed is reduced, which can help lower your costs while increasing throughput. Our applications engineers can help you determine oxygen rates and injection methods to optimize your recovery.

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Oxygen

Oxygen is a highly reactive gas and promotes the leaching of gold from ores by enhancing cyanide reactions with the slurry.

Oxygen is a highly reactive gas and promotes the leaching of gold from ores by enhancing cyanide reactions with the slurry.

Oxygen Enrichment Systems

Our custom designed oxygen enrichment systems can help you increase throughput and lower cyanide consumption in your leaching process.

Our custom designed oxygen enrichment systems can help you increase throughput and lower cyanide consumption in your leaching process.

Oxygen plants - Cryogenic

A cryogenic air separation plant is used to supply oxygen for iron/steel and non-ferrous metal production. Air Products works closely with the customer to integrate the air separation plant with the metal producers’ process to provide the most energy efficient and cost effective design. Air Products has produced over 2000 air separation plants and currently owns and operates over 300 air separation plants. Learn more at Cryogenic Air Separation Plants.

A cryogenic air separation plant is used to supply oxygen for iron/steel and non-ferrous metal production. Air Products works closely with the customer to integrate the air separation plant with the metal producers’ process to provide the most energy efficient and cost effective design. Air Products has produced over 2000 air separation plants and currently owns and operates over 300 air separation plants. Learn more at Cryogenic Air Separation Plants.

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