Classification

Bowl Classifiers

The bowl classifier incorporates a two-stage baffled-return separating action, and it consists of a straight classifier with the usual reciprocating rakes, upon which is superimposed at the lower end a shallow circular bowl with a revolving rake mechanism. The general construction of the Dorr Bowl Classifier is shown in Fig. 20.

The feed enters at

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Hydraulic Classifiers

Hydraulic classifiers range from simple V-shaped launders with a multiplicity of shallow settling pockets for the discharge of as many roughly sized products to the more elaborate deep-pocket machines of the hindered- settling type, having specially designed construction plates and automatic discharge of spigot products.

Dorrco Sizer

In the eight-pocket machine,

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Screw-Spiral Classifier: Select, Size & Install

The size of mechanical classifier required for a particular job depends on the following factors:

  1. Tons of dry solids to be overflowed per 24 hours. This is simply a predetermined tonnage.
  2. Mesh size at which separation is to be made. The mesh size is determined by laboratory tests or is already known from previous experience.
  3. Density desired in the overflow. This is dependent upon subsequent treatment.
  4. Settling rate of solids, of the size at which separation is desired, in pulp of the particular density of the proposed installation. This is determined by laboratory settling tests.

Overflow Capacity of the Mechanical Classifier

If the settling rate has been determined by laboratory tests the classifier pool area required is obtained from the following formula:

Effective pool area, sq. ft. = Vol. overflowing, cu. ft. per min/Settling rate, ft. per min.

This is the best method of

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Hydroclassifier

Hydroclassifiers are solving the most difficult fine sizing and desliming problems by combining high metallurgical efficiency in a rugged, well- built machine to accurately fulfill the exacting conditions required. Accurate separations can now be made in the 100 mesh range and finer. This fine separation requires considerable classification

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Flash Flotation with Closed Circuit Grinding

The reason why you need Flash Flotation in a Closed Grinding Circuit relates to “Recovering your mineral as soon as free” which has long been recognized in ore dressing practice. This not only applies to gravity treatment but also to flotation. For this application the Flash Flotation Cell was developed for

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Grinding and Classification Circuit

Our EXAMPLE Grinding and Classification Circuit is designed to grind 500 tonnes of ore per day, operating 24 hours per day, with an availability of 95%.  This circuit will grind -5/8″ material from the Crushing Plant, classify the slurry in one of two cyclones, and pass 70% of the minus 200 mesh material to the mill feed Thickener

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Solvent Extraction & Electrowinning (SX/EW) Plant Design

SX-EWCerro Verde began operations in April 1977, originally formed and operated by Minero Peru, as a state-run mining company. The electrowinning tankhouse was designed to produce 33,000 metric tonnes per year (mtpy) of copper cathode operating with current density of 184 amps

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