Florrea CoDiluent 180 is a pale yellow oily liquid with a medium flash point and mild odor. It is an alternative to diesel-based fluids and highly mineral oils which has low acute aquatic toxicity, rapid biodegradation and the absence of polynuclear aromatics.
Florrea CoDiluent 180
Copper solvent extraction Diluent
Florrea CoDiluent 180 is a pale yellow oily liquid with a medium flash point and mild odor.
It is an alternative to diesel-based fluids and highly mineral oils which has low acute aquatic toxicity, rapid biodegradation and the absence of polynuclear aromatics.
Florrea CoDiluent 180 diluents is used as diluents for the solvent extraction of minerals including copper, nickel, cobalt, uranium and zinc.
Formulators are able to take advantage of a product slate to create tailored extraction solutions.
CoDiluent 180 diluents are used in metal extraction. They provide higher flash point, lower vapor pressure and much lower aromatic content to the mining industry compared to traditional kerosene extraction diluents. It helps to enhance worker safety and meet stringent environmental requirements
It can replace traditional solvents such as mineral or white spirits. Proven for years to maintain good solvency characteristics without compromising safety, health and environmental standards.
Diluent is a key component in the solvent extraction process. In selecting the optimal diluent for a mining operation, it is important to consider the technical performance as well as the potential safety (health, flammability) and environmental risks associated with the diluent.
Florrea CoDiluent 180 portfolio features grades with low viscosities to offer the right balance of good flow and phase separation with minimal diluent losses and reduced fire risk.
It contains extremely low levels of impurities such as benzene, sulfur, heavy metals and polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH). It has narrow distillation range for a high degree of consistent quality.
Florrea partners with mineral processing companies to engineer tailings dewatering solutions that recover as much water as possible, giving you a more sustainable tailings disposal process while extending the life of your tailings storage facility and try to increase as much as possible the amount of a traditional tailings disposal solution – which ultimately helps to defer the heavy cost of building a new facility.
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