Superior & Sustainable Metals Production
Each feedstock is individual. While the grades of the target metals are one important factor, there are other factors that are just as important, or even moreso: the mineralogy of the target metals, the particle size, the levels and mineralogy of the host rock and gangue; and the presence of interfering materials, such as preg-robbing organic carbon.
On top of this, each project site has its own local parameters that strongly influence project economics: local labour and reagents costs, the availability and cost of utilities such as power and water, and even factors such as climate.
As a result, the optimal process for each feedstock is individual to each feedstock. For each new project, Intec implements a laboratory investigation to assess the characteristics and behaviour of the feedstock. Based on the laboratory results, Intec proposes a suitable flow sheet. Intec then prepares some basic engineering, using this to prepare preliminary estimates of the capital and operating costs for the project concept.
Current/recent projects include:
2013: South America
Gold concentrate with high levels of arsenic (>5%). Successfully achieved gold extraction of 90% with stabilisation of the arsenic.
Nickel, copper and platinum group metals (PGMs).
Gold concentrate with high levels of arsenic.
2014 - 2016: Malaysia
Based on achievement of a successful laboratory assessment in 2014 , Monument Mining Limited ,a TSX-listed Canadian gold producer in Malaysia ;has been granted an interim license from Intec International Projects in February 2015 , which has the right to exploit the Intec Technology in respect of both copper and gold processes. In consideration to secure the Interim License, Monument has issue14 million fully paid common shares of the Company. During the Interim License, Monument will also be obligated, among other things, to incur capital expenditures for the commercialization project ranging from $13 - $15 million.
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