Manuka Resources has praised a cutting-edge gold solution circuit from the successful industry collaboration between Gekko Systems and Cadia Systems. “I could not fault...
Gekko Systems has been engaged by Canadian mining producer, New Gold Inc. (NGD), to supply technology for its New Afton copper-gold mine.
New Afton’s new gravity circuit addition will consist of Gekko’s largest InLine Pressure Jig (IPJ) unit – the IPJ3500 – as well as an IPJ2400 and its proven Mag-Screen technology. It will be installed in the existing ball milling circuit.
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 TMAC management team acquired the project in March 2013 and have been working towards this milestone since that time. The gold pour at the Hope Bay Project may well mark the beginning of a new technological generation in mining in a standout emerging goldfield.
Gekko Systems is pleased to announce the successful completion of the first stage of the Hope Bay Project.
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.
The Hon. Josh Frydenberg, Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia visited Gekko’s head office in Ballarat yesterday. Accompanied by local Liberal candidate Sarah Wade, Mr. Frydenberg met with Gekko’s founders Sandy and Elizabeth Lewis-Gray to develop a better understanding of how the Australian METS industry can add value to the Australian economy, jobs and also to improving productivity in the Australian mining industry.
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.
TMAC Resources Inc. recently placed an order with the Ballarat-based company, Gekko Systems, to design and build two surface modular Python plants followed by a concentrate treatment plant in Hope Bay, Canada. The project, located within the Arctic Circle, will be delivered in two stages over a two-year period with its completion of the 1000 tpd stage 1 plant estimated by the end of 2016.