Lab Mining Equipment Lab Spiral Chute
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- Model NO.: BLL-600/BLL-400
- Warranty: Quality Guarantee
- Feeding Size: Not More Than 3 Mm
- Material: Glass Steel
- After Sale Service: for Whole Using Life
- Origin: China
- Type: Lab Testing Machine
- Installation: Drawing or Under Guidance
- Application Field: Laboratory
- Factory Visit: Supply
- Trademark: JXSC
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Laboratory Mining Equipment Mine Spiral Chute
Laboratory Mine Spiral Chute Introduction:
Spiral Chute is used to process iron, stannum, tungsten, tantalum, niobium, gold ore, colliery, monazite, rutile and zircon of the size between 0.3 and 0.02mm, metals and nonmetal minerals with enough proportion deviation.
Laboratory Mine Spiral Chute Structure:
Spiral Chute is made up of feeder, feed chute, spiral flute, bracket, intercepting slot, and supporting frame, etc.
Laboratory Mine Spiral Chute Features:
Reasonable structure and small occupation area
High recovery, high efficiency, and precise separation,
Light in weight, rust and corrosion resistant;
Simple installation and Minimal maintenance requirements
Low operating cost and long operating life
Reliable running with minimal operator attention
Strong adaptability to fluctuation of feeding amount, density, size and grade.
Laboratory Mine Spiral Chute Application:
Spiral chute is suitable for fine materials of 0.3-0.02 mm granularities, such as iron ore, ilmenite, chromite, pyretic, zirconite, rutile, monazite, xenotime, tungsten ore, tin ore, tantalum ore, colombite ore as well as other nonferrous metal, rare metal and nonmetal minerals of different proportions.
Laboratory Mine Spiral Chute Working Principle:
The sand pulp is first send to the two inlets of the spiral chute. After added water for appropriate pulp density, the pulp swirls down and generates a centrifugal force which separates the ores and sands. The ore concentrate flows into the hopper and is collected through a pipeline. The tailings are discharged by a sand pulp. Thus, the whole mineral process is finished.