Barite Mining Production Lines
The entire barite mining approach often contains: milling and flotation. The milling stage refers towards the crushing and grinding. The extracted supplies will be sent into jaw crusher for mostly crushing at the mine website. The crushed materials are then transported to a mill web-site for additional crushing, grinding, classification and concentration. The additional milling adopts a cone crusher, normally followed by grinding in ball mill.
Grinding is a wet operation in which water and initial flotation reagents are added to form slurry. Alternatively, the ore may be fed into an autogenous mill or perhaps a semi-autogenous mill. In between every grinding unit operation, hydro cyclones are utilized to classify coarse and fine particles. Coarse particels are returned towards the mill for further reduction. The desired size from the classified ore is usually about 208mm. Chemical reagents will be utilised during flotation separation activities may well be added to the ore in the course of milling activities. Flotation is the most commonly applied system to concentrate barite minerals. The impurities are separated in the desired supplies. Then via smelting and concentrator, the end items can get.
- Optimum adaptation for the geological and technical needs of earthworks and surface mining operations;
- Low investment;
- The usage of verified and standardised structural elements;
- Higher availability;
- Very simple maintenance;
- Low operating fees.