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Leach Bottle Roll Question

Leach Bottle Roll Question

Leach Bottle Roll Question

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Hi guys,

I posted in the chem eng section, but this might be more applicable here.

Im looking to do some leach tests, I dont have a roller BUT I have a 9 L glass jug with a bench scale agitator. I tried to look for any studies comparing the statistics of the bottle roll test to other methodologies. I'm thinking as long as the slurry is well mixed, there shouldn't be any issues.

Any feedback is much appreciated!

RE: Leach Bottle Roll Question

dont know the specifics but if you are trying generate results for inclusion in a 43-101, you need to meet standards for bottle roll tests. if you are only trying to generate numbers for internal use only, go for your improvisation techniques.

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