Working principle of quartz sand purification equipment
Quartz sand scrubbing machine plays an important role in the mineral separation process. The mined ore is often covered by impurities such as sludge, oxides or chemicals, which affects the subsequent sorting effect and requires scrubbing and purification. At present, beneficiation plants commonly use agitating tanks and agitating rod mills for scrubbing operations. Professional quartz sand beneficiation scrubbing equipment can significantly improve the scrubbing effect, and change the particle size of the mineral itself.
Scrub machine usage
Quartz sand beneficiation scrubbing machine is a high-concentration strong stirring scrubbing equipment. It is suitable for various industries such as metallurgy, chemical industry, building materials, light industry, food, pharmacy, etc. It is used for scrubbing the surface of materials. By scrubbing and friction between the materials, the dirt, impurities, and oxides on the surface of the materials can be removed, so that the materials form a fresh surface. To facilitate the reaction of materials in the next process. It is especially suitable for the beneficiation process. The scrubbed materials are conducive to flotation mineralization and then collection. It can improve the recovery rate of the beneficiation operation. For high-concentration pulp, the scrubbing effect is more significant.
Structure and principle of quartz sand beneficiation scrubbing machine
The quartz sand beneficiation scrubber is a double tank. Each slot of the scrubber is equipped with an independent transmission system. Each slot is driven by a motor through a triangle tape to rotate the main shaft at high speed. Each main shaft is equipped with two impellers rotating in opposite directions at high speed. The axial thrust and stirring ability of the two impellers are not the same . The main shaft has two structural forms, and its installation position is related to the flow direction of the ore flow. The direction of the scrubbing force must be the same as the flow direction of the ore flow. In the process of scrubbing and flowing, the mineral fluid is first strongly pushed by the upper impeller, and then reversely pushed by the lower impeller, so that the materials collide strongly between the two impellers and the two opposite thrusts to form friction. The dirt, impurities and oxides attached to the surface of the material are separated from the material, and the fresh surface is exposed, which creates conditions for improving efficiency in the next process. The scrubbing effect also increases with the concentration of the pulp, and the actual power consumption also increases.