Press Release
Cytec Solvay Group Presents Mining Chemical Innovations at SME 2016

Woodland Park, NJ February 18, 2016 ---Cytec Industries, a member of the Solvay Group will present and exhibit at the SME annual meeting in Phoenix, AZ taking place February 21 - 24.

Cytec Solvay Group will have experts leading discussions in Chemical Separation: SX-IX-EW, Industrial Minerals Flotation, and Flotation Equipment sessions with the following technical presentations:

  • Improving Flotation Recovery of Oxide Cu Minerals – T. Bhambhani and D.R. Nagaraj – Tuesday, Feb.23 9:25am
  • Reduction of NaSH usage in Kennecott Molybdenum Plan using AERO® 7260HFP Depressant – J. Mortensen, G. Castillo and A. Lawrence;Mineral Processing, Cytec Solvay Group, West Jordan, UT and Mineral Processing, Kennecott Utah Copper Corp., Bignham Canyon, UT – Tuesday, Feb.23 10:25am
  • A Critical Overview of Interactions of Dithiophosphinates with Base Metal Sulfides and Precious Metals – N. Tercero,R. Farinato and D.R. Nagaraj  - Tuesday, Feb.23 11:05am
  • Copper Solvent Extraction: Status, Operating Practices and Challenges in the African Copper Belt – O.Tinkler – Tuesday, Feb.23 2:05pm
  • SX Impurity Transfer and Wash Stage Consideration -   A. McCallum, T. Bednarski, C. and T. McCallum Tuesday, Feb.23 4:25pm 

“We always look forward to participating at SME ” says Matthew Davis, Regional Sales Director Mineral Processing.  ”It is a great forum for us to share our technologies through our various papers and presentations.  Now part of the Solvay Group, we continue to support the mining industry and provide solutions to current challenges.”

Come visit our booth #1603 and learn how Cytec Solvay Group continues to lead the way with innovative chemistries and formulation expertise that enhances the recovery of valuable metals, lowers processing costs and delivers sustainable solutions to mine operations.

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