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Who We Are: Metcom is the world leader in training and knowledge transfer in mineral grinding circuits. Our comprehensive training program has proven to deliver improved grinding efficiency and lower costs to the mining and mineral processing industry.

Our Mission: To help our clients achieve world class performance from their plant grinding operations.

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Covers all aspects of improving the processing performance of plant grinding and classification circuits. Click here to learn more...

Featuring: Functional Performance Analysis Of Ball Milling. Click on the video below to learn about this breakthrough method to improve grinding performance, see our Training Page, or Contact Usfabout applying it at your operation.

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Read feature article on ball mill media sizing in the November 2018 edition of Mining Engineering

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“I really began to understand how the variables in closed-circuit grinding interact for the first time. A program that takes what I know to be a very complex process and makes it easy to understand, and provides tools for optimization, is to my mind a brilliant piece of work. Now, all our people involved in grinding in any way do this training.”
Head of Mineral Processing Development,
Major Canadian Metal Company

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Metcom's specialized training program is availble ONLINE!  and covers all the steps in our  Management System for Plant Grinding Operations.
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The Metcom Grinding Bulletin...
Issue No. 8 - How Cyclone Water Usage Can Be Used to Increase Ball Mill Circuit Efficiency
Issue No. 7 - How Can We Reduce Operating Costs With Little or No Capital?
Issue No. 6 - Calculate the 'Work Index Efficiency' of Your Grinding Circuit
Issue No. 5 - What exactly is 'Work Index' and how can I make use of it?
Issue No. 4 - Why Do We Need Such A High Recirculating Load On Our Ball Mill?
Issue No. 3 - Why Do We See An Increase In The Power Of Our Ball Mill When We Turn Off The Feed?
Issue No. 2 - Quickly Determine Your Fineness Of Grind
Issue No. 1 - Quickly and Accurately Determine Your "Circulating Load Ratio"




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