PFPCO (Pishro Faravar Pajooh) is a privately owned Iranian company that provides essential expertise to mineral processing industries with technically, economically, and environmentally sustainable solutions from mine-to-mill. PFPCO helps mining companies to achieve their goals by optimizing technologies to increase recoveries and improve product quality while providing the lowest overall total cost of operation. We are experienced in the areas of crushing, grinding, roasting, leaching (heaps and tanks), solvent extraction, electrowinning, flotation, magnetic separation, gravity separation, and dewatering processes.
Main services of PFPCO experts to Mineral Processing & Hydrometallurgy plants: • Project feasibility studies • Laboratory and pilot plant testwork
• Design and development of flowsheet
• Equipment sizing and selection
• Plant construction, commissioning, and start-up
• Site technical audits, troubleshooting, and optimization
• Project Management
• Training of technical teams
• Modelling and simulation of plants
• Copper Leaching-SX-EW of oxide or sulfide ores and concentrates • Bioleaching of base metals
• Biooxidation or roasting of refractory gold ores or concentrates
• Gold recovery by CIL and CIP circuits • Flotation of Cu and Cu/Au sulfides • Coal washing operation
• Beneficiation of magnetite and hematite iron ores
• Extraction of Alumina from bauxite and non-bauxite ores
• Recovery of Nickel/Cobalt from laterite and sulfide ores
• Removal of impurities (S, Si, Fe, and …) • Metal recycling from E-wastes • Industrial minerals e.g. fireclay and … • Dewatering (thickener and filtration) Key Process Experts
Dr. Ali Ahmadi, Associate professor of Mineral Processing and hydrometallurgy, Isfahan University of Technology Dr. Maryam Khezri, Ph.D. in Mineral Processing from Amirkabir University of Technology
Mr. Mosayeb Ahmadi, M.Sc. of Mineral Processing from IUT
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