Grinding & Classification Circuits

Grinding & Classification Circuits2018-06-17T09:51:34-04:00
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the number of mills (1 reply and 1 comment)

Azadeh
10 months ago
Azadeh 10 months ago

Hi dear friends

which one is the best choice in grinding circuit:

1- two large ball mills

2- four small ball mills

this circuit is needed for grinding the Galena and sphalerite processing.

clearly I should ask that which circuit is common in mineral processing?

 

thank you

David
9 months ago
David 9 months ago

Azadeh,

2 larger ball mills will be easier to operate & maintain

2 mills should also be lower capital cost. 

Azadeh
9 months ago

Thank you for your comment my friend.

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