Moly-Cop Flotation Chemicals
We have a range to suit your needs
The separation of valuable minerals through an efficient flotation process is paramount in order to liberate the maximum value from extract ore operations.
Moly-Cop provides a wide range of solutions to assist our customers to optimize their flotation processes. Our range provides flotation solutions for sulfide and non-sulfide minerals as well as non-metallic ore processing.
Moly-Cop both distributes and manufactures a wide range of flotation chemicals and related auxiliary products. We can also develop individually tailored solutions based on your requirements
Moly-Cop manufacturers and distributes a wide range of flotation chemicals for the mineral processing industry. We offer our clients collectors for sulphide ore flotation, which are based on the thio chemical families: Xanthates, Thionocarbamates and Dithiophosphates.
Moly-Cop also represents several major chemical companies in the mining chemicals area, including the Dow Chemical Company.
Moly-Cop works with formulated foaming agents and defoamers of various origins. Our frothers include both alcohol and glycol-based products all or which are formulated for optimum effectiveness in various types of flotation systems within the mineral processing industry.
Moly-Cop has a variety of selected products according to the size of solids required and specific needs of each customer. We manufacture a tailored range of solutions in addition to marketing third party ranges
Moly-Cop offers its clients a wide range of mineral processing cleaning equipment spare parts, designed for the toughest mining conditions.
Within the flotation columns mineral separation takes place in an agitated and/or aerated water mineral slurry where the surfaces of selected minerals are made water-repellent by conditioning with various types of flotation reagents. The separation takes place within the column that is much taller than the cross-section of the cell. Air is then introduced into the slurry via the column through spargers, which create a counter current flow of air bubbles.