The metallurgist performs a daily production balance based on the outputs of the previous shifts, with each day typically consisting of two shifts, night and day, and then combines them to produce a daily weighted average. Typical examples of reported indicators include:
Run of Mine (ROM) stocks
Feed tons and grade fed to the crusher
Weight and grade of finished or semi-finished products produced
Mass Balancing, Data Smoothing and Statistical Analysis
This is used to check the daily production balance to identify biases or to determine streams that either cannot be sampled or measured, or if the collected samples or measurements were contaminated and faulty.
Built in Validation and Accounting Process Adherence
Built-in recommended account processes
Clear accountability and step procedures
Configurable workflow engine
Month-End Metal Balance and Reconciliation
A complete stock take of inventory, along with delivery receipts of a semi-finished or finished product, to work out what the actual production balance was for the month using measured and approved figures to get a final metal balance.
A system doing daily calculation removes the hours of collecting and reconciling data
Enable constant reviews and early awareness of major deviations
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