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Rich-Gold

6 x 12
8 x 16
Iodine Value (Min)
CTC Value (Min)
Apparent Density in Kg/m3 (Min.)
Ball Pan Hardness (Min.)
Moisture (Max.)
Ash (Max.)
pH
950
45%
530 - 540
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1000
50%
520
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1100
55%
500
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1150
60%
480
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1300
75%
430
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
ASTM D4607
ASTM D3467
ASTM D2854
ASTM D3802
ASTM D2867
ASTM D2866
ASTM D3838
Iodine Value (Min)
CTC Value (Min)
Apparent Density in Kg/m3 (Min.)
Ball Pan Hardness (Min.)
Moisture (Max.)
Ash (Max.)
pH
950
45%
530 - 540
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1000
50%
520
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1100
55%
500
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1150
60%
480
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
1300
75%
430
98%
5%
3%
9 - 11
ASTM D4607
ASTM D3467
ASTM D2854
ASTM D3802
ASTM D2867
ASTM D2866
ASTM D3838
Coconut Shell Activated Carbon For Gold Recovery

In the realm of precious metal extraction, gold recovery stands as a pinnacle of technological achievement. From mining operations to precious metal refining, the quest for efficient and sustainable gold recovery methods has driven innovation in the industry. At the forefront of this revolution is activated carbon – a powerful tool that revolutionizes the gold recovery process.

Activated carbon plays a crucial role in the gold recovery process through a method known as carbon-in-pulp (CIP) or carbon-in-leach (CIL) technology. Here's how it works:

Coconut Shell Activated Carbon For Refining Industries

1.  Adsorption : In the CIP/CIL process, finely ground ore is mixed with a cyanide solution, which dissolves the gold present in the ore, forming a gold-cyanide complex. This solution is then passed through a series of tanks filled with activated carbon.

2. Surface Area: The activated carbon used in this process is highly porous, with a vast internal surface area. As the gold-cyanide solution flows through the carbon bed, the gold-cyanide complex preferentially adsorbs onto the surface of the activated carbon particles.

3. Gold Recovery: Once the gold-cyanide complex is adsorbed onto the activated carbon, the loaded carbon is then separated from the solution and sent to a stripping process. In this step, the gold is desorbed from the carbon by heating it in a solution, allowing the gold to be recovered and further processed.

Rich-Gold™ Activated Carbon is specifically engineered to optimize gold recovery in CIP/CIL processes. With its high surface area and superior adsorption properties, Rich-Gold™ ensures maximum gold loading onto the carbon particles, resulting in higher gold recovery rates and improved process efficiency.

Whether in large-scale mining operations or artisanal gold processing facilities, Rich-Gold™ Activated Carbon is the gold standard in gold recovery technology. Join us in unlocking the potential of Rich-Gold™ Activated Carbon and revolutionize your gold recovery processes today.

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