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Phase III Concentrator at Kamoa-Kakula Copper Mine Commences Early Operations, Haiwang Equipment Continues to Boost Production Capacity of World-Class Copper Project
Time: 2024-06-03 Font Size

On May 26, the Kamoa-Kakula Copper Mine reported significant progress: the Phase III concentrator commenced operations a record-breaking six months ahead of schedule. This milestone marks a further increase in production capacity for this highly anticipated world-class copper mine. Upon reaching full Phase III production, Kamoa-Kakula's annual copper output is expected to exceed 600,000 tons, making it the fourth largest copper mine globally and the largest in Africa.


Throughout the implementation of Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III projects at the Kamoa-Kakula Copper Mine, Haiwang's GX-B series hydrocyclones have been used in primary grinding classification, regrinding classification, and ultrafine grinding classification processes. The hydrocyclones feature a patented multi-cone structure and enhanced nonlinear centrifugal classification technology, characterized by high classification accuracy and efficiency. The lining material, Hai Li Kang rubber, is independently developed and offers high wear resistance, tear resistance, high elasticity, and a long service life. This series of products meets international advanced technical standards, aiding the successful completion and standard attainment of the Kamoa-Kakula Phase III project.


In the grand blueprint of high-quality global mining development, Haiwang, as a national-level champion in the hydrocyclone manufacturing sector, remains committed to providing high-quality equipment and technical solutions to the global mining industry with the most rigorous attitude, practical approach在·, and professional team.