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Typical magnetic separation equipment applications include the removal of iron mineral contamination from silica sands, feldspar and other non metallic industrial minerals. Rare Earth Roll Magnetic Separators are also used when processing granulated slag, upgrading ilmenite, processing beach sands, and in recycling applications such as removing fine iron from cullet .
As magnetic separators progress toward larger capacity, higher efficiency, and lower operating costs, some subeconomic iron ores have been utilized in recent years. For example, magnetite iron ore containing only about 4% Fe to 15% Fe and oxidized iron ore of only about 10% Fe to 20% Fe are reported to be utilized.
Disc separators are widely used to ensure an accurate separation of materials that have varied magnetic susceptibilities. Induced Roll Separator Induced roll magnetic separators are used for the continuous extraction of small magnetic particles from certain minerals to produce mineral purification for a wide range of mineral and ceramic processing industries.
In fact, in some heavy minerals processes, far superior performance has been achieved than with any other type of high intensity magnetic separator. Unfortunately, very little data has been released for publication. A similar optimization effort has already led to major mineral sands processing installations in South Africa.
Nevertheless, a magnetic separation followed by gravity separation of the non magnetic fraction further improved the recovery of ilmenite, magnetite, monazite, and zircon to 86.96%, 85.09%, 91.06%, and 90.82% respectively. This concentrate was separated at different magnetic intensities.
In this study, segregation roasting and magnetic separation are used to extract nickel from a garnierite laterite ore. The garnierite laterite ore containing 0.72% Ni, 0.029% Co, 8.65% Fe, 29.66% MgO, and 37.86% SiO2 was collected in the Mojiang area of China. Garnierite was the Ni bearing mineral; the other main minerals were potash feldspar, forsterite, tremolite, halloysite, quartz, and ...
Magnetic Separators. Higher quality products, all at lower costs. These objectives, typically contradictory in the minerals processing arena, are, in the case of rare earth magnetic separation, in fact most complementary. Rare Earth Magnetic Separators in Minerals Processing. Since 1982, when the first commercial unit was commissioned in South Africa, the use of rare earth magnetic separators has become convention in many of the worlds modern industrial minerals operations.
The allgauss® offers flexibility in magnetic separation. The allgauss is a wet high intensity magnetic separator that separates ores and other paramagnetic and feebly magnetic minerals with a particle size up to 3mm. The matrix is made of grooved plates. The gap of the grooved plates is designed according to the process requirements.
June 10, 2020
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