Flotation Separation for Mineral Flotating

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Flotation Seperation is used for Mineral Flotation. Xinhai Flotation Cells are mainly applied in mineral ore dressing plants, selecting the valuable mine from gangue. This kind of flotation machine is applicable for the separation of numerous of mineral ores, such as fluorite and talc, gold ore, copper ore, iron ore and zinc ore and so on.

The Working Principle of Flotation Cell:

When the impeller of the flotation machine rotates, the centrifugal force with the action of upper and lower vanes is produced, and drives the slurry in upper and lower wheel chambers thrown around, by which the negative pressure area is formed in upper and lower wheel chamber. At the same time, the slurry on top of flotation equipment cover place is absorbed into upper wheel chamber to form upper circulation via the circular hole on the cover plate. When the slurry is thrown around by the lower vane, the lower slurry flows to the center to complement, by which the lower circulation is formed. And the air is sucked into the upper impeller chamber via suction pipe and center cylinder, mixing with absorbed slurry, and forming a large number of tinny air bubbles. After steady flow through the cover board, these bubbles are evenly dispersed in tank, forming mineral laden bubbles. Then mineral laden bubbles will rise to the foam layer, and become foam products by the scraper.

The Features of Flotation Cell:

Large air-absorption capacity ranging up to 0.37~20m3; Low energy consumption saving 8%

Easy to adjust & maintain

Long service life of wear parts




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