A wet beneficiation plant for producing high-grade ore concentrate requires slurry pumps, screens, grinding mills, spirals, hydrocyclones, magnetic separators, Agitators, Flotation, Filters and thickeners.
Slurry pumps are used for transferring slurries all through the mining process of iron ore. Naipu designed and manufactures five types of slurry pump for transferring all kinds of mining slurries and to meet the specific requirements of customers. Naipu slurry pumps are widely used on many mines around the world. We not only supplies a whole set of slurry pump, but also provide spare parts of slurry pumps with given specifications if you need to change your pump parts at maintenance or overhaul.
When you need a reliable pump that will provide the Lower Cost, you can count on Naipu Mining. Naipu Mining offers a full range of submersible, horizontal, high-head and froth-transferring pumps for the iron ore processing.
The screen is a surface with multiple apertures of given dimensions. Material of mixed size presented to that surface will either pass through or be retained, according to whether the particles are smaller or larger than dimensions of the aperture. Naipu supplies customized screen panels and plates for all vibrating screens. Our rubber plates and panels for mining vibrating screens are wear-resistant and have longer service life.
A Spiral Concentrator is a flowing film separation device. It is operated by a continuous gravitational laminar flow down on an inclined surface. The mechanism of separation involves primary and secondary flow patterns. The primary flow is essentially the slurry flowing down the spiral trough under the force of gravity. The secondary flow is radial across the trough. Spirals require addition of water at various points to assist washing of the concentrate. The amount of wash waster and its distribution down the spiral trough can be adjusted to meet the operating requirements. Point control minimizes the total water requirements by efficiently directing water into the flowing pulp at the most effective angle.
Grinding mills are used in mineral processing plant to grind coarse ores and middling. They can be operated in both open and closed circuit. The purpose of grinding and regrinding is to reduce the ore to a size small enough to liberate and recover the valuable minerals. As a new but professional manufacturer for mining machines, Naipu supplies grinding mill parts for Ball mills, AG mills and SAG mills, including liners and trommel screens. We can manufacture according to your drawings or the data measured at site for free.
Magnetic separator serves to catching of metal magnetic impurities within a stream of liquid agents. It is equipped with composite, very strong permanent magnets such as Nd-Fe so there is no risk of tearing off magnetic impurities by the liquid stream. It is simple in construction, uses no extra power to generate the magnetic field and has high processing capacity per unit weight. This new device would be suitable for concentrating weakly magnetic minerals.
Hydrocyclones are important classifiers in ore dressing process, especially for separating fines, and are also applied in desliming, sand removing and thickening. Depending on the ore characteristics, operating parameters of hydro-cyclone can be altered to improve performance. Naipu manufactured hydrocyclones are lined with resistant rubber or polyurethane. The technic level of Naipu rubber liner applied in hydrocyclones has reached international standard. Naipu can supply signal hydrocyclones, rubber liners and hydrocyclone clusters according to the specific condition on the ore mining plant.
Flotation machines are widely used in mineral processing industry to effect separation between disperse phases based on differences in their affinities for air bubbles. However the effective design and scale-up of flotation columns remain a difficult problem. Their design has been based on the use of analogy with chemical kinetics. Use of this procedure is contrasted with mass transfer. The rubber liners of flotation machines manufactured by Naipu are widely used as the life-span is longer which can reduce the costs.
Thickening/filtering removes most of the liquid from slurry concentrates and mill tailings. Thickened tailings are discharged to a tailings tank and the liquid is usually recycled to a holding pond for reuse. Chemical flocculants such as aluminium sulfate, lime, iron and starch, may be added to increase the efficiency of the thickening process. A distributor is required to feed each filter from the concentrate thickener. The most efficient filter i.e. pressure filter is now replacing older technology filters.
Mining pipelines and hoses are used all through the ore mining process, mainly for transferring slurry between slurry pumps in series. Naipu offers three types of slurry pipes: rubber, metal and composite (metal skeleton with rubber liner). Steel is hard and rubber is wear-resistant, anti-corrosive and temperature-resistant, therefore this rubber-lined steel pipe combines the advantages of steel and rubber.