A concentrator plant was delivered with a lower operating cost



Project description:


Inmaculada is a mine located in the Department of Ayacucho, in southern Peru. The project area has a geographical altitude of 3,9000 meters above sea level to 4,800 meters above sea level, with a temperature of -22 C in winter. The project included the assembly of the first 1,400 m curved belt. in South America.

A clear example of our commitment to our client is that a concentrator plant was delivered that produces more than requested and with a lower operating cost. It is important to note that the ramp up for this project lasted less than the expected time, which allowed the mine to enter earlier production.


Our services include:


  • Construction of the process plant, curved belt, tailings dam, 1 ball mill and 1 SAG mill. It also included earthworks, civil works, mechanical, pipeline, electrical and electrical installations were also carried out.

General information

  • Client: Suyamarca – Grupo Hochschild
  • Location:  Ayacucho, Perú
  • Period: 2014 – 2015

Main data

  • Plant Capacity: 3,500 t/day
  • Concrete: 22,500 m3
  • Assembly of structures: 1,370 t
  • SAG Mills: 1 de 10′ x 20′
  • Ball Mills: 1 de 18′ x 27′
  • N° of MH: 2,5 MM

Important figures

Located at 4,800 masl
EPC Project
1st curved belt in South America
Greater plant capacity at the end of the work

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