10 best ore beneficiation plants for sale (with costs) | fote machinery

10 best ore beneficiation plants for sale (with costs) | fote machinery

Before purchasing an ore beneficiation plant, people have lots of concerns: Which equipment I should choose to process my iron ore? Is this ore processing flowsheet best? Can these machines help me remove sulfur in iron ore beneficiation? Would they increase the recovery rate of tailings?

Then how to choose the right ore beneficiation plant depends on a lot of factors including physical properties of raw ore, capacity demands, final ore product requirements, geological situations of ore mines, and so on.

Here Fote Group would love to share valuable information about mining market trends, ways to build a high-quality ore beneficiation plant, and ten different ore processing plants which have been proved successful by our customers. If you have any most pressing questions and concerns, please contact our professional engineers who can make customized solutions according to your actual situation.

Our ore beneficiation plants sale to many countries, such as India, Australia, the USA, the UK, Canada, Switzerland, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, South Africa, Sudan, Egypt, Kenya, Indonesia, Nigeria, etc.

Nowadays, with ways of ore processing are getting more and more diversified and intelligent, the investment is not only limited to gold ore beneficiation but enlarged to many other items. From precious metals to coal, and to non-ferrous metals, investors can profit and bring more economic benefits to society.

Over 80 kinds of ores are widely used minerals in the world. Due to large output and high international trade volume, there are the several most common and important ores such as iron ore, copper ore, gold ore, bauxite, coal, lead&zinc ore, nickel ore, tin ore, and manganese ore, etc.

Nothing can replace iron ore in developing infrastructures as well as coal ore in the electricity industry, those ores making a great contribution to countries' economic growth. Gold ore mining ranks in a top position, attracting lots of investment for closed relations between the gold price and currency market.

The screening and crushing process is used to release useful minerals from the gangue. Different types of crushers reduce large sizes of raw ore into smaller ones, then vibrating screen with different mesh would help to get the desired size of ores. During the process, how many crushers need to be installed according to your real situation.

Usually, there are crushers with three crushing stages: primary crushers like jaw crushers, secondary crushers like cone crushers, roll crushers and impact crushers, tertiary crushers like compound crushers and fine crushers. Vibrating screens also have different types: Circular motion vibrating screens, horizontal Screens, high-frequency Screens, and trommel/ drum screens.

Only by crushers cannot get ore products with fine granularity, that's why mill grinding machines necessary in the beneficiation process. The mill grinding process is almost carried out in two consecutive stages: one is dry grinding (coarse grinding) and the other is wet grinding (fine grinding). The key grinding equipment are ball mills and rod mills, and the latter is now mostly used for wet grinding to finally produce fine and uniform ore products.

The beneficiation process is most crucial during the whole plant, helping people extract high value and pure ore concentrate products from ores no matter its grade high or low. The beneficiation process can be carried out in a variety of ways as needed but you ought to select a piece of optimal equipment to avoid inefficiency and waste in the entire process. The most common beneficiation equipment includes flotation machines, electrostatic and magnetic separators, and gravity beneficiation equipment.

Ore drying equipment may appear in any stage of a mineral processing plant (from raw ore-concentrate-finished product). The purpose of drying is to remove the moisture contained in the ore, ensuring the integrity of the product, and maximizing the value. In addition, drying process can also reduce product transportation costs and improve the economic efficiency of storage and processing.

With almost 50 years' extensive experience, Fote engineers are professional in integrating, designing, fabricating, commissioning, maintaining, and troubleshooting various beneficiation plants. The company aims to provide customers with the best mining equipment and the most reasonable beneficiation plants. Its final goal is to increase the potential profit that customers can obtain from the ore and enable mining companies to improve the overall profitability.

5TPH low-grade gold ore beneficiation plant in India 10 TPH gold ore beneficiation plant in South Africa 20-35TPH gold ore beneficiation plant in Egypt 10 TPH iron ore beneficiation plant in the USA 10-50TPH copper ore beneficiation plant in Pakistan 50-100TPH manganese ore beneficiation plant in Kenya 150TPH Bauxite ore beneficiation plant in Indonesia 50TPH lateritic nickel ore beneficiation plant in Philippines 200TPH zinc & lead ore beneficiation plant in Nigeria 250TPH chrome ore beneficiation plant in Russia

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corani |bear creek mining corporation

corani |bear creek mining corporation

The Corani deposit sits at an elevation of between 4,800 and 5,200 meters above sea level, on the eastern side of the Continental Divide in the Andes Mountains. The project consists of thirteen mineral concessions that form a contiguous block of ground covering approximately 5,500 hectares.

The Corani area is a high desert mountainous environment dominated by volcanic rock and overlying glacial gravel. Aside from vegetation associated with wetlands (aka bofedal), alpine tussock grassland (aka puna) occupies most of the valleys and moderate slopes, while on steeper slopes, erosion and climatic conditions largely prevent the development of soils or vegetation.

The Corani project is accessible by road from the town of Macusani, located approximately 30km due east of the property on the paved dual lane Interoceanic Highway. Macusani is readily accessible from the town of Juliaca, serviced by commercial airlines from Lima.

The Corani project area is underlain by Tertiary age volcanic rocks of the Quenamari Formation, a thick series of crystal-lithic tuffs and andesite. The primary host of mineralization is the youngest member of the Quenamari Formation, the Chacaconiza Member, comprised of a sequence of crystal-lithic and crystal-vitric-lithic tuffs. The Chacaconiza tuffs are widely hydrothermally altered and pervasively argillized to low-temperature clays, and are variably faulted, fractured, and brecciated.

The Corani deposit is best described as a low- to intermediate-sulfidation epithermal deposit with silver, lead, and zinc mineralization hosted in stock works, veins, and breccias. Mineralization at Corani occurs in three distinct and separate zones: Corani Main, Corani Minas, and Corani Este, each with slightly different alteration and mineral assemblages. In outcrop, Corani area mineralization is associated with iron and manganese oxides, barite, and silica, while in drill core, the mineralization occurs in typical low to intermediate sulfidation silver-lead-zinc (Ag-Pb-Zn) mineral assemblages. The most abundant silver-bearing mineral is fine-grained argentian tetrahedrite or freibergite.

Bear Creek began exploration activities at the Corani property in 2005, initially under the terms of an option agreement with Rio Tinto and since 2011, as sole owners. Early exploration activities included surface geological mapping over the entire concession area (a roughly 4.5 x 7km area), detailed lithological, alteration and structural mapping over the deposit area at a scale of 1:2,500, trenching, ground geophysics surveys (Induced Polarization and Magnetics), and core drilling.

Since 2005, Bear Creek has drilled 562 exploration drill holes at the Corani Project, for a total of approximately 101,401m. In 2019, an additional six drill holes (totalling 906.0m) were drilled at Corani to obtain material specifically for metallurgical test work. This additional core was also assayed for silver, lead, zinc, and copper, and the results were added to the project database for updating the resource estimate.

The Corani deposit is a silver-lead-zinc deposit with varying mineralogy associated with specific mineral zones. The metallurgical response of Corani samples to flotation is heavily dependent on the mineralogy.

In May 2018, the MEM approved the Authorization of Exploitation Activities (Corani Project Mining Plan), which authorizes the construction of the Corani Project and the construction of auxiliary and complementary mining facilities, such as access roads, the mine camp, and maintenance and storage buildings. Subsequently, in June 2018, the MEM approved the Authorization for the Construction of the Beneficiation Plant, which includes the main waste and tailings storage facility, surface water management and water supply well construction for the plant, and other auxiliary facilities.

Bear Creek has additionally obtained the Certificate of Inexistence of Archaeological Remains (CIRA) for 100% of the Corani Project Area. Based on the CIRA, in July 2018, the Archaeological Monitoring Plan for the Corani (PMA) - Puno Project was approved by the Ministry of Culture. With this permit, all the permits and approvals linked to the start of construction of the Corani project were completed.

The Corani deposit will be mined using conventional open pit mining methods. The mining fleet will be provided by an experienced mining contractor. The contractor will deliver broken ore to the crusher and waste to the tailings and waste storage facility (TSF). The contactor will provide maintenance facilities and servicing for the mining fleet. The major mining equipment will consist of 140 tonne trucks, two 22 cubic meter diesel-electric shovels and one 19 cubic meter front-end loader. The average ore haul from Este is 2.2km, from Main 1.2km and Minas 1.3km. The average waste haul from Este is 2.9km, Main 1.2km and Minas 3.3km.

The mined ore will be crushed by a single gyratory crusher prior to two stages of grinding in a semi-autogenous (SAG) mill and ball mill. To reduce the water consumption, the tailings from the flotation circuits will be thickened in high-compression thickeners prior to filtration in conventional pressure filters. The filtered tailings will be co-disposed together with the mined waste to produce a stable waste deposit.

Ore will be delivered to a gyratory crusher with a daily capacity of 43,000 tonnes and delivered to a conical coarse ore stockpile with a live capacity of 12,000 tonnes and a total capacity of 49,000 tonnes. Ore is reclaimed from beneath the stockpile with two apron feeders, each with the capacity to feed 100% of the plant throughput.

Ore is processed in a single grinding line consisting of a 7,000kW single pinion SAG mill (8m x 8m) with pebble recycle and a 14,000kW dual pinion ball mill (8m x 13m) operated in closed circuit with a 24 cyclone cluster to achieve a primary grind with a P80 of 90 microns.

Cyclone overflow is passed to Pb-Ag flotation at neutral pH where a Pb-Ag rougher concentrate is removed by mechanical flotation cells. Pb-Ag rougher concentrate is reground in a 2000kW High Intensity Grinding (HIG) mill to a P80 of 30 microns. The Pb-Ag rougher concentrate is passed through three stages of cleaning flotation to produce a final Pb-Ag concentrate which is filtered on a horizontal press filter with a capacity of 600 tonnes per day. Pb-Ag concentrates will be loaded into standard 20 ft shipping containers at site for shipment.

Pb-Ag flotation tailings are passed to Zn flotation where the pH is increased to 11. Zn and minor amounts of Ag are recovered in a rougher concentrate by standard mechanical flotation cells. Zn rougher concentrate is reground in a 3000kW HIG mill to a p80 of 30 microns and is passed to a three-stage cleaning circuit to produce a final Zn concentrate which is filtered on a horizontal press filter with a capacity of 400 tonnes per day. Zn concentrate will be transported to the port of Matarani for bulk shipment to smelters.

Tailings from the Zn flotation circuit are passed to two 42-meter diameter high compression thickeners where the solids are increased to 60% before being filtered on ten 150 tph vertical plate filters. Filtered tailings containing about 17 per cent moisture are then transferred to a stockpile before being transported to the combined waste facility (TSF). During the first three years of the mine tailings will be loaded into 140 tonne trucks by a 17 cubic meter loader then hauled to and placed at the TSF at an average cost of $1.62 per DMT. During year three a conveying system will be constructed at an estimated cost of $10 million to move tailings to the TSF and avoid higher trucking costs as the height of the TSF increases.

The filtered tailings and mine waste will be placed in separate adjacent modules parallel to the storage facility slope (perpendicular to the axis of the gorge); height and width of each module will be based on the tailings/waste ratio in the operational period. The disposal will be performed from upstream to downstream in order to facilitate water management. The final mine waste and tailings impoundment will be capped with non-acid generating (NAG) rock for closure. Potentially acid generating (PAG) material will be encapsulated with NAG material. The NAG/PAG ratio is high enough (over 70% NAG, based on current knowledge) to provide enough NAG material to encapsulate both filtered tailings and PAG.

Ore production will be from three distinct open pits the Este, Minas and Main pits. The Este Pit contains the highest silver grade and will account for the majority of ore produced in the first three years of operation. The Main Pit contains relatively higher lead grade and the Minas Pit has relatively higher zinc grade. The physical location and contained metal distribution in these pits allow for the mine plan to be dynamically changed to take advantage of metal price differentials in order to improve realized net smelter returns. Ongoing studies will refine the mine plan.

Additional metallurgical test work was performed in 2018 and 2019 on 12 samples from 9 boreholes (6 of which were new, as described above) drilled in the Este, Minas, and Main pits to optimize the known flotation test conditions as well as the comminution parameters, reagents scheme, and dewatering of concentrates and tailing characteristics. The selected samples reasonably cover the entire ore deposit and included ore with some degree of oxidation and ore with low sulfide content. The information obtained validated and improved the recovery formulas, providing additional confidence in the Life of Mine production schedule. This test work confirmed that marketable quality lead and zinc concentrates can be produced using the processing parameters selected for the process plant design.

Lead concentrate containing approximately 8% moisture will be transported in standard-sized lined and sealed containers from the plant to the container port at Matarani approximately 632km from site. An estimated 14 truckloads per day of lead concentrate will be shipped during years 1-3 of the mine life after which the shipments will reduce to 10 truckloads per day.

Zinc concentrate containing about 8% moisture will be shipped in bulk from site to the bulk container port at Matarani. Approximately 9 zinc truckloads per day will be shipped during the first three years of the mine life and about 5 truckloads per day for the remaining life of the mine.

Bear Creek Mining is extremely respectful of the people and communities that are or may be directly or indirectly affected by the development, construction and operation of the Corani mine. The Company places a very high priority on achieving and maintaining social licence to operate, which includes matters of community health, safety and security. The Companys Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability goals are to partner with communities to improve their health and safety, and to avoid any potential threats to health, safety and security that may stem from the Corani mine. There are no dwellings or land use competition on the Corani mine site. No re-locations of people or wildlife are required. Please refer to the Sustainability page on this website for a fulsome discussion of Bear Creeks ESG practices and programs.

Bear Creek Mining has conducted extensive, long-term, baseline studies of local flora, fauna, ground and surface water quantity and quality, and air quality. The Corani mine plan and ESIA include provisions for ongoing monitoring of these ecosystems and if necessary, rehabilitation or remediation of any adverse impacts on these ecosystems as a result of the Corani mine.

In certain cases, development of the Corani mine will result in improvements to the existing environmental conditions, particularly within the project footprint area. Baseline studies indicate a degree of degradation of water quality in the general vicinity of the mineralized zones, largely due to naturally-occurring oxidation of sulfide-bearing materials that are associated with the mineralized orebody, and additional environmental impacts that are associated with the presence of historic underground mine workings, areas of waste rock, and past mine tailings; all of which are a source of acid rock drainage (ARD). The Corani mine plan includes the reclamation of many of these existing environmental liabilities.

An approved Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) which is required for the development of mining projects in Peru, was approved by the Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM) in 2013, based on the Feasibility Study prepared in 2011. Two subsequent modifications to the ESIA have been approved: the first in 2016 and an additional modification in 2017.

Bear Creek completed a Life of Mine (LOM) Investment Agreement in June 2013 with the District of Corani, five surrounding communities, and relevant, ancillary organizations. The agreement specifies investment commitments over the 23-year project life, which includes the pre-production construction period. Under the agreement, annual payments are to be made into a trust designed to fund community projects totaling 4 million Soles per year (approximately US$1.2 million per year). Once the Project commences development, the payments will remain constant throughout the development and construction phases and during production. Under the LOM Agreement a trust structure has been established for approval of investments and disbursement of funds. Some initial projects have already been funded.

The Companys Corani CSR programs have for more than a decade focused on providing, in partnership with local communities and in accordance with their self-identified priorities, opportunities to participate in and benefit from activities related to the Corani project and to generate novel economic opportunities and improve on historic economic activities. The Companys goal is for the Corani mine to provide economic opportunities for local communities but that ideally, local communities build and experience economic benefits that are truly sustainable and not reliant upon the life cycle of the Corani mine.

In 2012, Bear Creek Mining partnered with Corani area communities to undertake a baseline study of the health and welfare of local populations, based on the United Nations Human Development Indices. The results of this study indicated: high levels of extreme poverty, malnutrition, infant mortality and illiteracy; limited access to health care, technology and educational opportunities beyond primary levels; significant seasonal migration and limited opportunity for economic growth. These results supported the decision of the Company, in partnership with local communities, to focus CSR initiatives on the inter-related areas of health, education and economic empowerment. The results to date have been profoundly positive and are outlined in detail on the Sustainability page of this website.

The Companys immediate plans are to complete the Antapata electrical substation, which is expected to improve the consistent availability of power in the Carabaya province in 2020, to continue developing social programs and economic opportunities in partnership with the Corani communities, communicate the results of the 2019 Report to the investment community and resume discussions with potential project finance participants. Bear Creeks Board of Directors will consider a construction decision after evaluating all relevant factors.

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Contact NowManganese Ore Processing Plant1. Manganese ore is an important raw material in steel industry in China 2. Most of the manganese ore belongs to the fine or the micro granular disseminated in nature 3. The commonly processing methods: Washing, screening, gravity separation, magnetic separation,...Read More

Contact NowManganese Ore Gravity Processing PlantThis Manganese Ore Gravity Processing Plant is widely used in the processing of coal, non-ferrous metal, rare metal, precious metal ore, and it also used in the processing of asbestos, diamond and other non-metallic ore.Read More

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indian manganese mining crushing plant equipment for sale,price, supplier

indian manganese mining crushing plant equipment for sale,price, supplier

Indian manganese ore deposits occur mainly as metamorphosed bedded sedimentary deposits associated with Gondite Series (Archaeans) of Madhya Pradesh (Balaghat, Chhindwara & Jhabua districts), Maharashtra (Bhandara & Nagpur districts), Gujarat (Panchmahal district), Odisha (Sundergarh district) and with Kodurite Series (Archaeans) of Odisha (Ganjam & Koraput districts) and Andhra Pradesh (Srikakulam &Visakhapatnam districts).

Wherever manganese ore is mined on a commercial scale, it always contains other constituents than the manganese mineral. Because of this chemical behavior it is not only desirable, but often necessary, to remove, as far as practicable, these constituents previous to marketing.

The process of sintering is an agglomeration technique for fine ore that relies on heat to melt the surface of smaller particles together to form larger agglomerates. A typical sinter plant consists of a number of sequential operating units with the sinter strand at the heart of the plant. The simplified process sequence is as follows:

Raw materials such as ore fines, coke/coal, dust/sludge and in some cases slag modifiers and additives, are batched and conveyed to a blending system. The raw materials are blended in a rotating mixing drum with Sinter Fines and water to achieve a Green Feed in a process commonly referred to as NodulizingThe nodulized green feed is introduced to the sinter strand on top of a sized Hearth Layer to form the Sinter Bed. The sinter burns through vertically while the bed moves horizontally towards the discharge end. The sintered material is discharged through a finger crusher onto a cooling strand, where ambient air is blown through the crushed material from below. After cooling, the sinter is conveyed to a crushing and screening station where it is sized and finally conveyed to product storage.

Manganese ore is mined by both underground and surface methods depending upon the geological setting of the deposits. The manganese ore is usually hand sorted into lump ore and fines. The manganese content in the lump ore is higher compared to that of the fines. At present, the manual sizing and sorting of manganese ore practised in India give an yield of about 30 to 55 per cent of saleable manganese ore from the ro.m. ore and the ore fines are being stockpiled at the mines, since there is no market for the same.

Taking into consideration the relevant factors in the Indian situation, namely manganese being an essential ingredient for steelmaking, limited reserves of proved manganese ore, low recovery of saleable ore and progressive growth of steel production of the country, the installation of suitable beneficiation including agglomeration facilities to beneficiate the low grade manganese ore fines and agglomerate them and also to improve the lump recovery, is considered absolutely necessary for the conservation of the country's limited reserves.

The SBM Mobile Screening and Crushing range now delivers all the familiar characteristics of productivity, versatility and exceptionally low running costs, but they are now combined with levels of durability and aftersales support that are synonymous with the SBM name. New name, improved service, same great product. We provide professional service about manganese ore beneficiation technology and manganese ore beneficiation plants for sale. The manganese ore processing equipment including crushing equipment like jaw crusher, impact crusher, cone crusher, grinding equipment like ball mill, Raymond mill, super thin grinding mill and so on. Other equipment involved are classifier, gravity separator, magnetic separator, flotation separator, rotary dryer, vibrating feeder, belt conveyor and so on.

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manganese mining solution - mineral processing

manganese mining solution - mineral processing

Manganese is widely distributed in nature, and almost all kinds of ores and silicate rocks contain manganese. In modern industry, manganese and its compounds are widely used in various economic fields, of which the iron and steel industry is one of the most important fields. The amount of manganese used is as high as 90%-95%, which is mainly used as a deoxidizer and desulfurizer for iron and steelmaking.

Manganese oxide oreManganese oxide ore is mainly composed of secondary manganese oxide ore of weathered deposits, in addition to some primary and secondary manganese oxide ore of sedimentary and hydrothermal deposits. The manganese minerals in the manganese oxide ore are mainly dolomite, pyrolusite and hydromanganese ore; the gangue minerals are mainly silicate and carbonate minerals, often accompanied by iron, phosphorus and nickel, cobalt and other components.

Manganese carbonate oreThe manganese minerals in sedimentary manganese carbonate ore mainly include rhodochrosite, calcium rhodochrosite, manganese-containing calcite and rhodochrosite; gangue minerals include silicate and carbonate minerals, often accompanied by impurities such as sulfur and iron. The ore is generally more complex, and the particle size of the manganese mineral inlay is as fine as micrometers, which is not easy to dissociate, and it is often difficult to obtain a higher concentrate grade.

Because most manganese ores are fine-grained or fine-grained, and there are a considerable number of high-phosphorus ores, high-iron ores and symbiotic (associated) beneficial metals, it is very difficult to classify. At present, the commonly used manganese ore beneficiation methods include physical beneficiation (washing and screening method, gravity separation method, strong magnetic separation method, flotation method, combined beneficiation method), chemical beneficiation (leaching method) and special beneficiation (fire method enrichment method) ).

Ore washing mainly uses mechanical scrubbing machine to separate the ore from the mud. Commonly used equipment includes ore washing sieve, cylindrical ore washing machine and trough ore washing machine. Usually, the ore washing operation is accompanied by the sieving operation. Directly flush the water on the vibrating screen or send the ore (net ore) obtained by the ore washing machine to the vibrating screen for screening. Screening can be used as an independent part to separate products of different particle sizes and grades for different uses.

At present, the gravity separation method is only suitable for sorting manganese ore with a simple structure and coarser particle size, especially manganese oxide ore with a higher density. Commonly used gravity separation methods include heavy-medium beneficiation, jig beneficiation and shaker beneficiation.The beneficiation process of manganese oxide ore is generally to crush the ore to 6-0mm or 10-0mm, and then to classify, coarse grade particles are sent to jig sorting, and fine grade particles are sent to shaker for sorting.

Manganese minerals are weak magnetic minerals (specific magnetization coefficient X=1010-6~60010-6cm3/g), can be effectively recovered in a strong magnetic field magnetic separator with a magnetic field strength of Ho=800-1600kA/m (10000-20000oe), and the grade of manganese can generally be increased by 4-10%.Because the magnetic separation method has the characteristics of simple operation, easy control, and strong adaptability, it is widely used in the selection of various manganese ores, and various new coarse, medium, and fine-grained strong magnetic machines have also been successfully developed.

The strong magnetic-flotation method has good adaptability. The strong magnetic separator not only effectively removes the slime, but also improves the selection grade of flotation. Strong magnetic-flotation desulfurization can directly obtain comprehensive manganese concentrate products.Sodium petroleum sulfonate instead of oxidized paraffin soap as collector can make the ore pulp sort at neutral and normal temperature, saving medicine consumption and energy consumption.

Generally, manganese ore leaching methods include direct leaching, roasting leaching and biological leaching. Among them, the direct leaching method includes the hydrosulfite method, sulfur dioxide method, ferrous sulfate method and so on.Taking the leaching method of sulfur dioxide for manganese as an example, the manganese ore is slurried, and sulfur dioxide gas is introduced, and the manganese oxide in the ore is converted into MnSO4 and MnS2O6. Lime milk is added to the filtrate to produce manganese hydroxide precipitation, and solid manganese hydroxide is obtained after filtration. This method is suitable for processing low-grade, inlaid fine-grained manganese oxide ores.

The above are common manganese ore beneficiation methods. In actual production, most of the manganese carbonate ore beneficiation methods use strong magnetic separation, heavy medium beneficiation method and flotation method.The manganese oxide ore is mainly adopts gravity separation method, and the ore washing-heavy separation-reduction roasting-magnetic separation-heavy separation process flow is mostly used. Of course, it is often necessary to combine two or more beneficiation methods for refractory manganese ore.

classification and beneficiation method of manganese ore - fodamon machinery

classification and beneficiation method of manganese ore - fodamon machinery

Manganese is a common metal mineral in nature. There are more than 150 kinds of manganese minerals found in nature so far, but only a small part of manganese ores with mining and utilization value are mainly pyrolusite, pyrolusite, biogas manganese ore, etc. According to the different processing methods, manganese ore can be roughly divided into five categories: manganese oxide ore, carbonate manganese ore, iron manganese ore, manganese iron ore and multi metal composite manganese ore. Due to the different types of ore deposits and ore properties, various manganese ore dressing process is also different. The following Fodamon engineers will introduce in detail the ore characteristics, beneficiation methods and equipment of these four types of manganese ores.

Beneficiation method of manganese oxide oreManganese oxide ore accounts for most of the available manganese ore. A large amount of slime is often produced in surface oxidized manganese ore, but it usually contains a lot of manganese minerals. Therefore, the treatment of manganese ore slime is also a very important aspect. On the basis of this classification, according to the manganese content and the difference of mineral disseminated particle size, it can be divided into massive disseminated rich manganese ore, small and granular disseminated poor manganese ore, and fine granular disseminated poor manganese ore.

Massive disseminated manganese rich oreThe manganese content in this kind of manganese ore is high, and the upper limit of particle size is between 40-75mm. Simple manganese ore dressing method can be used for separation, and high-grade manganese concentrate can be obtained by simple screening or gravity separation. Therefore, the commonly used manganese ore dressing methods include heavy medium beneficiation, jigging beneficiation, shaking table beneficiation, etc. The required equipment includes round vibrating screen, jig, shaker, etc.

Small and granular disseminated lean manganese oreThe manganese content in this kind of manganese ore is low, usually less than 30%, and the manganese mineral particle size is small, the mud content is large, and the treatment method is more complex. Due to the weak magnetism of manganese ore itself, the gravity magnetic flotation combined process is often used to recover the manganese ore at present, that is, part of the slime containing manganese minerals is selected through ore washing, and then the combined process of jigging gravity separation strong magnetic separation flotation is used to recover manganese minerals. The required equipment includes jig, magnetic separator, flotation machine, etc.

Fine granular disseminated lean manganese oreThe manganese content in this kind of manganese ore is generally less than 15%, and the particle size is very small and evenly distributed. It is difficult to use a single mechanical beneficiation method for recovery. Chemical leaching or combined process of mechanical beneficiation and chemical leaching is usually used.

Beneficiation method of carbonate manganese oreThe manganese minerals in carbonate manganese ore mainly exist in the form of manganese carbonate with fine disseminated particle size. Flotation is the main beneficiation method for this kind of manganese ore, but there are some problems such as high metal loss and high reagent consumption. Therefore, it is necessary to cooperate with high intensity magnetic separation or gravity separation in production. The required equipment is JJF flotation machine, SF flotation machine, magnetic separator and so on.

Beneficiation method of ferromanganese oreManganese is the main recovery metal in iron manganese ore, and the total content of manganese and iron is more than 30%. Compared with manganese oxide ore, iron manganese ore is more difficult to separate, and the difficulty lies in the separation of iron and manganese minerals. In production, the method of washing jigging gravity separation roasting magnetic separation can be used to recover iron concentrate and manganese concentrate. Manganese concentrate containing 5.4% iron and 46.3% manganese can be obtained, and the recovery rate can reach 75.5%. The required equipment includes drum washing machine, jig, magnetic separator, etc.

Beneficiation method of manganese bearing iron oreThe content of manganese in this kind of ore is low, only 5% 10%. At the same time, it has the characteristics of fine disseminated particle size and close symbiosis of iron and manganese minerals, so it is difficult to recover by mechanical beneficiation. The chemical leaching method is a common mineral processing method for this kind of manganese ore, and the recovery index is obviously better than the traditional mechanical separation method.

Mineral processing method of polymetallic composite manganese oreIn addition to manganese minerals, there are a certain amount of iron, lead, zinc, magnesium, aluminum, copper, silver and other metal minerals, mostly in the form of oxide ore. Manganese minerals are closely combined with silver, iron and other minerals, which are difficult to separate. For this kind of ore, high intensity magnetic separation, gravity separation, flotation and other mineral processing methods can be used. Firstly, the slime of manganese ore is separated by washing and sieving, and then other recoverable minerals are separated. The required equipment includes drum washing machine, linear vibrating screen, magnetic separator, XCF flotation machine, etc.

To sum up, we can find that due to the special nature of manganese ore, the slime also contains a lot of manganese minerals, and the slime is also an important part of manganese recovery. Therefore, it is necessary to pay more attention to the recovery of ore slime in order to ensure that the recovery rate of manganese ore can reach the expectation. It is suggested that the mine owner should consult the manufacturer with the overall qualification of the concentrator, select reasonable manganese ore dressing process flow through scientific beneficiation test report, and customize various manganese ore dressing equipment to ensure ideal recovery benefits.

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