The Structure of Flotation Equipment


Flotation Equipment mainly consists of slurry tank, sti […]

Flotation Equipment mainly consists of slurry tank, stirring device, inflator device, exhaust mineralization bubble device, motor and other components.

(1) Slurry tank: It has a slurry inlet and a sluice device for regulating the surface of the slurry. It mainly consists of a tank body welded with steel plates and a gate plate welded with steel and garden steel.

(2) Stirring device: It is used to stir the slurry and prevent the ore from depositing in the tank. It is mainly composed of belt pulley, impeller, vertical shaft, etc. The impeller is made of wear-resistant rubber.

(3) Inflatable device: It consists of a duct inlet pipe. When the impeller rotates, negative pressure is generated in the impeller chamber. Air is sucked through the hollow pump pipe and dispersed in the slurry to form a bubble group. The slurry is quickly thrown toward the stator by the impeller's rotational force, further refines the bubbles in the slurry, and eliminates the rotational movement of the pulp stream in the flotation cell, resulting in a large number of vertically rising microbubbles, providing the necessary for the flotation process conditions of.

(4) Remove the mineralized bubble device: it is to scrape the foam floating on the groove surface, mainly driven by the motor reducer, reducer driven scraper composition.

The grinded ore is ground or ground and then watered and the necessary chemicals are transferred into a slurry through a stirred tank. The slurry is then poured into the slurry tank that starts stirring, and air is introduced into the slurry to form a large amount of air bubbles, some of which are not easily affected by water. Wet, commonly known as hydrophobic mineral particles adhere to the air bubbles and float together with the air bubbles to the surface of the pulp, forming a mineralized bubble layer, and others that are easily wetted by water, commonly known as hydrophilic mineral particles. It does not adhere to the air bubbles, but stays in the pulp and discharges the mineralized bubbles containing specific minerals, thereby achieving the purpose of beneficiation.