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Magnetic Separator with High Grad has Wider Application

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Question:Magnetic separation is a process in which magnetically susceptible material is extracted from a mixture using a magnetic force. This separation technique can be useful in mining iron as it is attracted to a magnet. In mines wherewolframite was mixed with cassiterite, such as South Crofty and East Pool mine in Cornwall or with bismuth such as at the Shepherd and Murphy mine in Moina, Tasmania, magnetic separation was used to separate the ores. There are a wide range of separators with wide range of uses produced by Hongxing separator manufacturer. According to the different industries and different methods of beneficiation, our company has produced a variety of separators for the users to select. Welcome to Hongxing Mining Machinery to test and purchase the machine.

The high-gradient magnetic separator adopts vertical rotation, back-flush device, and high-frequency vibration, so it has thoroughly solved the worldwide problem existing among horizontal-ringmagnetic separators. The magnetic medium of our high-gradient magnetic separatorcan`t block in the cylinder. It features high efficiency,low operation cost,high reliability, and easy operation. The slurry flows into the chute from the mineral box, and feeding pipes rush it into feeding section in the chute. The high-gradient magnetic separator is suitable for the separation of weak-magnetism minerals, such as hematite, limonite, siderite, ilmenite, chromite, wolframite, tantalum, niobium and red mud, etc.

It mainly consists of sorting ring, sealing system, driven system support and positioned wheel-set.The “magnetic linkage” or”magnetic group” rotates with the cylinder, non-magnetic ores which locate between themfall down.The magnetic minerals will absorb on the surface of the medium. And then be sent into non-magnetic field by swivel, then be flushed into concentrated ore bucket ,and the non-magnetic particles will discharge from the tailings along the gap.combination crusher:http://www.hx-crusher.com/combination_crusher.html
ore spiral classifier:http://www.hx-crusher.com/classifier.html

The magnetic system is made from high-quality ferrite magnetic materials or synthetic materials of rare earth and magnet steel. On the shell surface, the average magnet intensity reaches 100-600mt.We are able to provide different types of magnetic separator according to the needs of customers, such as concurrent type, counter-current type andcounter-rotation type. It features short magnetic circuit, high magnetic intensity, low energy consumption, fine separation, simple structure and easy maintenance.

Through persistent effort and technical innovation, Hongxing Machinery designsthe new type sand making machine in order to meet the requirements of sand and stone production. The VIS series, VSI5 series and PCL series sand making machines have very large market share worldwide. We focus on sustainable development and improvement on long term, and aim for providing high advanced equipment and create more wealth for customers. We will design an optimal production line for you according to your requirements. If you are interested, please contact us for more information.

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