The all new Carbon Scout promises to quickly become critical for gold process plant optimisation and for minimising soluble gold losses on tails.
The 54-hour open innovation event gathered software developers, engineers and designers into teams to develop prototype technologies to solve one of the four challenges provided by Newcrest.
Gekko Systems and Rockwell Automation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop software solutions that will assist mining customers across the globe to account for metal content in the various stages of ore processing plants and provide the analytical capability to audit and improve operating performance.
Gekko Systems is delighted to announce that the first two gold pours have been successfully completed by TMAC Resources Inc. (TSX:TMR) during February at its Doris mine and mill complex at the Hope Bay Project, located in the Arctic Circle, Nunavut, Canada.
The Minister for Trade, Tourism, and Investment, the Hon Steven Ciobo MP announced Gekko Systems as the winner of the Australian Export Awards in the Minerals, Energy and Related Services category.
The Carbon Scout was designed to help gold mine operators optimise process plant efficiency and reduce gold losses is to be brought to market in a collaboration between Curtin University and Gekko Systems.
The major milestone encompasses the design, manufacture and shipping of Gekko’s Python process plant with the capacity to treat 1,000 tonnes of mill feed per day, and a concentrate treatment plant capable of treating up to 300,000 ounces per annum.
Technical expertise to expand Ballarat and Vancouver offices
Gekko Systems is pleased to welcome four new staff members to its Canadian and South African global offices as the company continues to strengthen its delivery of customer support, sales and services around the world.
Gekko Systems is pleased to announce the successful commissioning and formal acceptance of the Cyanide Detox System by the Rubicon Minerals Corporation for its Phoenix Gold Project in Red Lake, Ontario took place in June 2015.
Following the successful conclusion of the inaugural Graduate Program in 2012, the company has embarked on a new, extended three-year program to commence mid-September.
Gekko’s ability to become a world leader in mineral processing systems is supported with the appointment of new resources.
Gekko Systems, an innovative mineral processing company and modular plant designer has recently moved its South American focus from Chile to Brazil. Gekko is a well-known gravity expert with its InLine Pressure Jig and concentrate leaching technology and also supplies energy efficient modular plants, taking advantage of new fine crushing technologies and pre-concentration.
Gekko Systems is pleased to announce an extension of its product range to include emergency, rescue and height safety equipment from Ferno Australia.
“Gekko Systems has been able to provide YTC with an innovative flow sheet designed to achieve productivity with a strong focus on energy efficiency...
Gekko Systems is developing a significant base of large intensive leach circuits in Latin America for the treatment of silver flotation concentrates and gravity gold concentrates.
Randy Agius and Sandy Gray signed an agreement today at Gekko’s Head Office in Ballarat, Australia, to establish the Gekko Cyanide Detox group. Mr Agius is the global knowledge leader in this field and approached Gekko earlier this year to establish a dedicated cyanide detox group within the Gekko organisation.
Gekko has the ability to provide the graduates with industry experience and an operational understanding of all facets of its organisation; including logistics, engineering, production, electrical, metallurgy and technical services.
Gekko Systems has great pleasure in announcing the tenth anniversary of its operations in Vancouver, Canada. The anniversary was celebrated with a dinner in Toronto prior to the PDAC conference.
Full scale installations of the InLine Pressure Jig (IPJ) continuous gravity recovery (CGR) circuits at Pirquitas (Silver Standard Resources) and Kloof (Gold Fields) provide further evidence of the strong correlation of Gekko’s CGR laboratory test work protocol and plant results.