Brief Introduction of Working Principle of Flotation machine

Update:15-03-2018
Summary:

The Flotation Machine is driven by the motor V-belt dri […]

The Flotation Machine is driven by the motor V-belt drive to rotate the impeller to generate centrifugal force to generate negative pressure. On the one hand, it inhales enough air to mix with the pulp. On the other hand, the slurry is mixed with the drug and the foam is refined to make the mineral bonded foam. Float to the pulp surface to form a mineralized foam. Adjust the height of the gate and control the liquid level so that the useful foam is scraped by the scraper.

The slurry and chemicals are mixed well and fed to the bottom of the first chamber of the flotation machine. After the impeller rotates, a negative pressure is formed in the wheel cavity, so that the slurry in the bottom of the tank and in the tank respectively enters the mixture from the lower suction port and the upper suction port of the impeller. The zone also allows the air to enter the mixing zone along the air-guiding sleeve where the pulp, air and chemicals are mixed.

Under the action of the centrifugal force of the impeller, the mixed pulp enters the mineralization zone. The air forms bubbles and is crushed. It is in full contact with the mineral particles and forms mineralized gas bubbles. Under the action of the stator and the turbulence plate, it is evenly distributed in the tank body. Sections, and move up into the separation zone, enriched to form a foam layer, discharged by the squeegee mechanism to form a concentrate foam.