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Congo mobile crusher

Congo mobile crusher includes five types of crushing equipments such as jaw series, cone series, impact series, crawler type series mobile crusher, multi-crushing mobile crusher etc. Congo mobile crusher also named copperportable crusher is applied widely in Congo copper mining, copper ore mining industry, copper processing plants, limestone mining industry etc.

Mobile crushers are loaded on their own crawler tracks or towed by truck horse when transported over longer distances to a new location. With tremendous flexibility and compact design, you can take this machine directly to rock crushing plants or demolition sites for powerful, handy recycling of reusable construction materials, concrete debris, sand and gravel with economic efficiency.

Mining in Congo

Civil war in this region has not assisted any substantial resource development. Congo's main mineral industry is focused on petroleum products, with petroleum contributing 60% of the Congo's foreign exchange earnings annually. The Congo has base metal, gold, iron ore and phosphate potential.

Work carried out by geologists from Ashanti Goldfields have discovered primary gold mineralisation at the Mougongo prospect which covers the newly identified 180 km long Mayombe Belt. Trace showings of alluvial diamonds have been located near the border with the Central African Republic. Portuguese based Escom have apparantly secured diamond exploration rights in the northern Congolese region of Likouala. The licence covers 6 000 km2, with exploration work beginning in late 2001.

Base metal potential in the Congo has been defined in the Niari region. Six deposits have been outlined in the Western Niari, including the most important deposit, Yanga Koubanza. Yanga Koubanza is estimated to contain 5.53 Mt grading 8% lead, 7% zinc and 1.9% copper. Canadian junior AfriOre has exploration licences covering the deposit, including the Boko Songho licence that has been estimated to contain a resource of 2Mt grading at 4.5% copper. However, due to the ongoing civil unrest in the country, little work has been completed on the licence areas. The Eastern Niari region also hosts six base metal deposits, of which the Mindouli is the largest.

Iron ore (estimated 1000 Mt) deposits have been identified near the border with Gabon as well as potential phosphate deposits near the coastal regions, spanning a distance of about 150 km. Most projects in the country are on hold or suspended because of the civil war and subsequent rebel activity.

Mining equipment used in Congo

Congo mining equpment is the industrial equipments used in Congo mining industry such as Congo crusher, Congo grinding mill, Congo crushing plants, Congo feeders and Congo screening equipments etc. Mining and quarring is a kind of infrastructure. And the infrastructure determines the development of economy and living standard. XSM crushing and screening, grinding plants can be widely used in construction building, highway, and decorating. XSM crushers and grinders took part in serveral projects in Congo highway construction, providing the construction aggregate, gravel, asphalt and so on.

Copper Mining in Democratic Republic of The Congo

The Katanga Province hosts the Central African Copperbelt, which extends from Angola through the DRC into Zambia. The Copperbelt is one of the world's greatest metallogenic provinces.

Tenke Fungurume is a major copper-cobalt operation located in the southern part of the Katanga Province. Freeport- McMoRan Copper & Gold is the operating partner, with La Générale des Carrières et des Mines ("Gécamines"), the Congolese state mining company holding a 17.5% free carried interest in the project.

The Tenke Fungurume concessions encompass over 1,500 km2 and are located approximately 175 km northwest of Lubumbashi in Katanga Province. The project entails an open pit mining operation and an initial 40-year mine plan has been developed based on current proven/probable reserves. Production of copper cathode commenced in the first quarter of 2009. Phase 1 name-plate capacity is 115,000 tonnes per annum of copper cathode and 8,000 tonnes per annum of cobalt in hydroxide form.

First Quantum Minerals owns 65% of the Kolwezi copper-cobalt tailings project. The plant was expected to begin production, at 35,000 tonnes per year copper and 7,000 tonnes per year of cobalt hydroxide, in early 2010. The mine life is expected to be 22 years at an annual production rate of 70,000 tonnes of copper cathode per year.

Ruashi Holdings (Pty) Limited has acquired the rights to the Musonoi Est and Sokoroshe permits, subject to the completion of positive feasibility studies. The Musonoi Est deposit is a greenfields copper prospect; and the Sokoroshe permits comprise the greenfields copper prospects Sokoroshe I and Sokoroshe II.

Kinsenda Copper Company, a subsidiary of Copper Resources Corporation plc, is the holder of the Kinsenda and Lubembe permits. The Kinsenda permit comprises the Kinsenda Mine, a brownfields site having been operational up to the early 1990s and the Kinsenda prospecting permit; and the Lubembe Mining permit, which is a greenfields copper prospect.. Further drilling is planned for the Kinsenda prospect. The Kinsenda Copper Company is 77% owned by Metorex.

Congo copper ore crusher

Congo copper ore crusher is the ore crusher used in Congo copper mining industry for crushing stage. Congo copper jaw crusher is the primary crusher equipment used in Congo copper ore mining indsutry for copper crushing process. Copper ore crusher includes copper jaw crusher, copper impact crusher, copper hammer crusher, copper mobile crusher, copper hydraulic crusher, copper vertical shaft impact crusher etc.

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