An addition to CML Metal’s mining facilities…
23 miles west of Cedar City at Utah’s Iron Mountain, the new hyperbaric chambers were designed to reduce the moisture content in the iron ore.
Traditional filter presses used with other types of ore are ineffective when used with iron. The hyperbaric units put the ore under negative pressure, which allows water molecules to be “peeled off” bringing the total moisture content in the ore to less than 5%. This project marked the first time this process has been used for iron ore in the United States. GSL Electric provided both electrical design and construction services for this addition. The design and construction of this project was completed within 9 months
Completed | 2014
SQFT | n/A
Client | Gilbert Development