A Spiral Chute Manufacturers combines the characteristics of spiral concentrators, spiral chutes, shaking tables and centrifugal concentrators. In places like seashores, riversides, sand beaches and creeks, it is the best equipment for mining and beneficiation. In addition, it can sort iron ore, ilmenite, chromite, pyrite, zircon, rutile, monazite, phosphite, tungsten ore, tin ore, tantalum ore, niobium ore, as well as other non-ferrous metals, rare metals, and non-metallic mineral bodies with a specific gravity difference.
Spiral Chute Manufacturers Process
The production process of a spiral chute is explained in this issue of the Dasen mining video. Spiral blades are first seasoned by the master who makes them, and then carborundum and blending agent are added. After the mixing meets the requirements, the mold is put on, the professional scraper is responsible for scraping, and the proportion of carborundum is added.
After scraping, add glass fiber cloth, trim the glass fiber cloth, adjust the mixing agent, and then apply paint and allow to dry. When the blades are dry, the master will drill holes and then cut and trim. We will prepare a spiral blade, assemble it with a discharge interface, and make a group of spiral chute.
Install the spiral chute, calibrate the vertical line, and fix it in a suitable position with an iron frame or wood, and use the sand pump to feed the ore to the two feed ports on top of the spiral chute. If necessary, add make-up water and adjust the concentration of the ore paddle. Ore paddles naturally swirl from high to low, generating a centrifugal force in the rotating inclined flow rate, taking into account the differences in specific gravity, particle size, and shape of the ore. Through gravity and the centrifugal force of the swirling flow, the ore and sand are separated. Concentrate flows into the concentrate bucket and is connected to the pipeline. The tailings flow into the tailings bucket, are connected to the sand tank with a pipeline, and then discharged with a sand pump, completing the whole process of beneficiation.