The method of Coltan mining: hand separation, flotation, chemical or chemical flotation, radioactive, gravity and magnetic separation. Coltan is mined by hand in the Congo Congo has a group of coltan mined by hand. The hand mining method is to dig basins in streams and scrape mud from the surface. The water around the crater was stirred so that the coltan ore settled to the bottom of the crater, and the miners retrieved it.
The rough selection of coltan ore in foreign countries is still mainly based on gravity separation, the dressing process is simple. For example, the Grimbs mine directly uses a jig for a rough selection of 10mm ore. The gravity separator flotation gravity separation process formed in the 1980s in Bonn Lake, Canada, is becoming more and more perfect.
1.Description SF Flotation amp; XJK Flotation Flotation machine, flotation equipment is applicable for separating non ferrous metal, black metal, noble metal, non metal mineral, raw body and materials of chemical industry, which are subject to coarse separation, swept separation, fine separation and floatation, so the useful ore are reclaimed.
Coltan Ore Introduction. Coltan mining has an incompatible role in the mining industry, coltan is widely used in the manufacture of high tech products, such as mobile phones, DVD players, PS2 Games and so on. Tantalum niobium ores are for include tantalum and niobium, When have most tantalum call tantalite, when have most niobium call niobite.
Sieving: after washing, need to sieve out some bigger waste material,the underscreen slurry will go to next separation machine. This sieving machine can be trommel screen or vibration screen or high frequency vibration screen. Primary separation: this process is for rough coltan separation, most often use coltan jig separator. The concentrate ore from them will go to final concentration machine.
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