Flotation Frothers What is the Function of Frothers The function of frothers in flotation is that of building the froth which serves as the buoyant medium in the separation of the floatable from the nonfloatable minerals Frothers accomplish this by lowering the surface tension of the liquid which in turn permits air rising through the pulp to accumulate at the surface in bubble formGet Price
Capacity: 0.18-7 (m³/min)
Configuration: Jaw crusher, ball mill, classifier, mixing tank, flotation separator, concentrator and dryer.
Characteristics: High efficient, low energy consumption, strong handling capacity, economical and reasonable.
Processing Ability: 0.2–16 m³/min
Processed Materials: Non-ferrous metal minerals such as copper, lead, zinc, molybdenum, cobalt, tungsten, antimony etc.
Applications: The machine can be used to separate nonferrous metal, ferrous metal, noble metal, nonmetallic mine, chemical material and recycle mine.
Production Capacity: 150-1000TPH
Product Specification: Φ2.5×40m-Φ6.0×95m
Application Area: Metallurgy, refractory material, chemical plant, etc.
Cylinder Capacity: 9-285m³
Production Capacity: 1.9-76.0TPH
Application Range: Industries of mining, ore beneficiation, construction materials and chemical engineering.
Brand Name: FTM
Pellet Diameter: 2.5-10mm
Feeding Granularity: 120-1500mm
Production Capacity: 1-2200t/h
Feed Opening: 150×250-1600×2100mm
This customer is from a construction company in Bamako, Mali. According to our customer's high demand of production capacity and granularity of finished production, our engineer assembled 2 mobile crushing stations of FTM1142E710 model and FTM3S186PYF13 mMore Detail
1 Introduction Chalcopyrite CuFeS 2 is the most abundant copper sulphide mineral and is the major commercial source of ochemistry of collectorless and xanthate induced flotation of chalcopyrite and composition of the surface layer formed on chalcopyrite have been studied extensively Bozkurt et al 1998 Buckley et al 1985 Cases et al 1997 Chander 1991 EkmekçiMore Detail
1 Background The application of flotation on a reasonable scale within the goldmining industry commenced in the early 1930s following the introduction of watersoluble flotation collectors specifically xanthates and dithiophosphate collectors that allowed differential flotation of sulfide minerals Weinig and Carpenter 1937 Rabone 1939 Richards and Locke 1940 Taggart 1945More Detail
A reverse flotation method is then applied to separate tailings containing iron minerals carbonates etc and silica sand concentrate using three cleaning stages Reagents are added to the flotation feed in pump boxes prior to flotation and the concentrator presently uses AERO 801 and AERO 825 promoters as collectors Cyanamid Limited 1989More Detail
flotation tailings and can be readily recovered by flotation with different flotation reagents When amyl xanthate is used 85 of chalcopyrite can be recovered with a copper grade of 145 in a singlestage froth flotation The chalcopyrite flotation concentrate can be sent back to chloride leaching circuitsMore Detail
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In this work the flotation recovery of sphalerite and pyrite from an old high zinc grade tailing was studied In particular the effect of different flotation reagents such as collectorMore Detail
Sequential floatation of chalcopyrite–sphalerite from Taknar Iran massive sulphide ore with 35 Zn and 126 Cu was studied Doptimal design of response surface methodology was usedMore Detail
Flotation of gold and goldbearing ores 335 Flotation reagents at the Stawell Gold Mine in Victoria Australia where carbonaceous pyrite–pyrrhotite gold ores with minor quantities of arsenopyrite are ﬂoated at a slightly elevated pH value include copper sulfate PAX and Terric 407 frotherMore Detail
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