Introducing the Law of Jet Flotation Cell Principle

2015-11-06 Xinhai Views (1248)

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As production needs, in the most basic level of development, a variety of new types of flotation cells are updated, and its function is getting better, flotation efficiency is also increasing. These include jet flotation cell, and the reason why jet flotation cell has the high flotation efficiency is the welcomed law of jet flotation cell.

The theory of flotation is very important. Jet flotation cell is mainly composed of inflatable stirring mechanism, tank, circulation system and ore pulp, scraping bubble organizations, whose working law varies slightly from the mechanical flotation cell. The air force, air suction and slurry stirring power needs are provided by the pump. It is also because of this, it will be divided into the flotation cell with non-mechanical agitation type. But it is also different from the inflatable flotation cell. The Feature of inflatable flotation cell is to force to import air and the jet flotation cell is to force to import the aspirated liquid. When the liquid intake air under pressure through the injection device is characterized. Generally, the law of the Jet flotation cell is as above. It is mainly be made in China independently for coal floating. At present, there are only XPM-4 and XPM- 8 two models. The single-slot capacity is 4m and 8m respectively. Since the inflatable and inflatable volume uniformity coefficient jet flotation cell utilization factor is much higher than other flotation confidential, which inevitably can bring economic and environmental benefits to manufacturers, therefore, in the mining industry, Xinhai Company also research and developed jet flotation cell, the competitiveness is indisputable.



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