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Flotation Cell

Flotation Cell

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The flotation machine is driven by V-belt drive motor rotating impeller to create negative pressure by centrifugal vacuum.

Processing ability:0.2-16m³/min

Impeller rotation speed:191-400r/min

Applied materials:non-ferrous metals, ferrous metals, precious metals, non-metallic mineral, chemical raw materials, etc.

flotation of pyrite sulfonate activator

Flotation reagents can change the surface properties of minerals, leading to differences in the interaction between mineral particles and affecting the mutual aggregation or dispersion of particles. In this work, we studied the role of activator copper sulfate, collector butyl xanthate and frother terpineol in adjusting the potential energy of pyrite particles from the perspective of the

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  • depressing effect of hydroxamic polyacrylamideonpyrite

    depressing effect of hydroxamic polyacrylamideonpyrite

    The effects of carboxyl, sulfonate, hydroxyl or thiourea functional groups attached to the polymers on the flotation recoveries of sphalerite and pyrite were studied as a function of polymer

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  • us3844939a-flotationseparation of feldspar - google patents

    us3844939a-flotationseparation of feldspar - google patents

    washed thoroughly with water to effect desliming, Thereafter, the water in a flotator is adjusted to pH 2-3.5 with sulfuric acid. Next, there is added a water solution of a mixture of a higher

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  • selectivedepression of pyrite with polyacrylamide

    selectivedepression of pyrite with polyacrylamide

    Jan 01, 2001 · Flotation recoveries of sphalerite and pyrite as a function of flotation time (0.5, 2, 4 and 8 min) with (0) no PAM addition and with PAM added (A) after the collector or (B) before the collector (pH 11.0; [sphalerite]=13 g/dm 3; [pyrite]=53 g/dm 3; [CuSO 4]=2200 g/ton; [IBX]=120 g/ton; [PAM]=100 g/ton)

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  • ep0568672b1 -flotationseparation of arsenopyrite from

    ep0568672b1 -flotationseparation of arsenopyrite from

    Arsenopyrite is separated from a mixture with pyrite by contacting the mixture with a sulfitic agent providing HSO3- ions at elevated temperature and pH below about 8 for a period sufficient to impart a selective depression property to the arsenopyrite. On addition of a collector the pyrite is rendered floatable, enabling froth flotation to achieve a concentrate rich in pyrite and tailings

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  • flotation | flotation reagents| request pdf

    flotation | flotation reagents| request pdf

    Flotation behavior of copper and nickel as a function of collector dosage (Flotation conditions: 10% pulp density, pH 5, and flotation time of 10 minutes). the grade and recovery of iron increased

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  • us4514292a -froth flotationprocess - google patents

    us4514292a -froth flotationprocess - google patents

    US4514292A US06/550,163 US55016383A US4514292A US 4514292 A US4514292 A US 4514292A US 55016383 A US55016383 A US 55016383A US 4514292 A US4514292 A US 4514292A Authority US United States Prior art keywords coal depressant salt sulfite flotation Prior art date 1983-11-09 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion

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  • (pdf)handbook of flotation reagents chemistry, theory and

    (pdf)handbook of flotation reagents chemistry, theory and

    Handbook of Flotation Reagents Chemistry, Theory and Practice: Flotation of Sulfide Ores. Serkan Gökçen. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 36 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER

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  • froth flotation process- mineral processing & metallurgy

    froth flotation process- mineral processing & metallurgy

    Metallurgical ContentFROTH FLOTATIONFroth Flotation HandbookBubble Contact Angle Froth FlotationHow Flotation Chemicals are UsedFunctions of Flotation ReagentsClassification of Flotation ReagentsFlotation Processing Costs The Froth Flotation Process is about taking advantage of the natural hydrophobicity of liberated (well ground) minerals/metals and making/playing on making them …

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  • separation process of chalcopyrite, galenite, sphalerite

    separation process of chalcopyrite, galenite, sphalerite

    1.1 Preferential Flotation: This method is suitable for dense lump ores. Under relatively coarse fineness, chalcopyrite and pyrite can be fully dissociated, and separated. Separation Turn: chalcopyrite first, pyrite second. 1.2 Bulk Flotation: This method is suitable for the combination of chalcopyrite and pyrite …

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  • pyrite depression in marmatite flotationby sodium

    pyrite depression in marmatite flotationby sodium

    The results indicated that the flotation of pyrite appears to be activated with CuSO 4 only at alkaline pH, while being depressed at acidic and neutral pH

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  • the application ofxanthatein frothflotationprocess

    the application ofxanthatein frothflotationprocess

    In flotation of pyrite with xanthate, butyl xanthate is usually used. Generally, after the activator (copper sulfate) is added to the pulp, the mixed emulsifier of xanthate, pine oil and water can be added at one time, which is better than the multiple addition of the flotation reagent, and the dosage of the flotation reagent will be saved

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  • pyrite activation in amyl xanthate flotationwith nitrogen

    pyrite activation in amyl xanthate flotationwith nitrogen

    The low potential hydrophobic state of pyrite in amyl xanthate (PAX) flotation with nitrogen is of particular interest with regard to the N2TEC flotation technology currently being used for the recovery of auriferous pyrite at Newmont’s Lone Tree Plant in Nevada. Initially, the N2TEC system had been found to operate satisfactorily, but cyanide in the

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  • flotationof oil-agglomerated coal for ash andpyrite

    flotationof oil-agglomerated coal for ash andpyrite

    @article{osti_458529, title = {Flotation of oil-agglomerated coal for ash and pyrite removal -- Simultaneous grinding and agglomeration}, author = {Song, S and Perkson, A and Trass, O}, abstractNote = {Oil agglomeration is an excellent technique for the beneficiation of fine coal. For separation of the spherical agglomerates by screening, a high level of oil must be used, however

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  • chemistry of flotation- maurice c. fuerstenau, j. d

    chemistry of flotation- maurice c. fuerstenau, j. d

    Chemistry of Flotation. Maurice C ... negatively noted observed obtained occurs oleate oxidation oxygen phase phenomena precipitation presented in Figure Processing pyrite quartz range reaction reduced relatively salts similar slime sodium silicate solid solubility solution species sphalerite stability sulfate sulfide sulfonate surface surface

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  • aqueous oxidationof pyriteby molecular oxygen | chemical

    aqueous oxidationof pyriteby molecular oxygen | chemical

    The comparison between amine thioacetate and amyl xanthate collector performances for pyrite flotation and its application to tailings desulphurization. Minerals Engineering 2004, 17 (4) , 505-515. DOI: 10.1016/j.mineng.2004.01.003

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  • summary of fluorite ore flotation process- jxsc machine

    summary of fluorite ore flotation process- jxsc machine

    Apr 24, 2019 · Flotation of the first step: Na2CO3 as the conditioner of PH value, oleic acid as the capture agent, and sodium silicate as the inhibitor. Flotation of the second step has two ways: 1 Inhibiting barite and floating fluorite: inhibitors have lignin sulfonate, sodium silicate, NAF, dextrin, aluminum salt, ferric salts; captor has oleic acid

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  • us20040112834a1 -mineral ore slurryviscosity

    us20040112834a1 -mineral ore slurryviscosity

    A method of decreasing the viscosity of a mineral ore slurry is disclosed. The method comprises adding to a mineral ore slurry a viscosity modifying treatment such as copolymers of maleic anhydride and diisobutylene; copolymers of acrylic acid and allyl hydroxypropyl sulfonate ether, terpolymers of acrylic acid and 2-acrylamide-2-methypropane sulphonic acid salt and t-butyl acrylamide

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