Conventional flotation process

Posted: May 12, 2015 in nonmetallic ore

various flotation processes, namely mineral particles due to the hydrophobic nature of the surface itself or hydrophobic effect after the flotation reagent obtained (pro gas or oil) feature available in liquid – oil interface occurs – gas or water aggregation Mobile Crusher.
currently the most widely used is the froth flotation.
ore is crushed and ground to make a variety of mineral dissociation into monomers particles, and particle size in line with the requirements of the flotation process. After grinding to slurry was added and stirred to reconcile the various flotation reagents, so that the role of the mineral particles to expand Flotability difference between different mineral particles. Flotation machine tuned pulp into the flotation tank, stirring inflated.
slurry bubble in contact with the mineral particles, collision, can float and good mineral particles to selectively adhere to the bubbles and rise to become portable gas – liquid – solid phase consisting of mineralized foam layer by mechanical scraping or overflow from the pulp side, and then dehydrated and dried to concentrate the product.
not float gangue mineral particles, etc., with the pulp dryer as flotation tailings from the bottom product discharge.
Sometimes, unwanted mineral particles floating useful mineral particles remain in the pulp, called reverse flotation, such as quartz, surfaced from iron ore.
addition to froth flotation process flotation process there are many, there are about flotation machine products introduced here, if necessary processing equipment, please contact other us:

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