TAILINGS DRY DISCHARGE
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Tailings dry drainage is a new tailings disposal technology, refers to the output of the mineral processing tailings by cyclone multistage concentration, treatment of efficient dewatering equipment such as dehydration vibrating screen, to form an low aqueous precipitation curing slag and can use of the site to pile, slag can be transported to a fixed location for dry piling.

Main equipments

      High efficiency concentrated hydrocyclone

The unique design of the hydrocyclone, under the same operating conditions compared with ordinary cyclone, the same overflow fineness, classification efficiency of hydrocyclone at high concentration increased by more than 10%, the highest in the production practice can be improved by more than 27%, even in the feed concentration of 10%, the underflow concentration can still maintain 65% above, the yield reached 75%.

      Tailings dewatering screen

Dewatering screen mainly have these characteristics: high frequency vibration, screen angle design to promote the sieve material continuous emission, processing unit area is large; high-quality wear-resistant plate, good dehydration effect, long service life; the objects on the screen with low water content; low noise, low power consumption and easy maintenance.

      others filtration and dewatering equipment

According to the process requirements, supporting the efficient thickener, vacuum belt dewatering machine, automatic press filter, the filter press dewatering equipment, makes the production line a high degree of automation, large capacity.

Features

      Process adaptability is strong, the tailings of coarse, fine particles targeted treatment.

      Rapid dry row of coarse grade tailings by cyclone and dewatering screen.

      Thickener, filter to achieve fine-grained tailings dry drainage.

      Due to the cyclone and the dewatering screen to achieve most of the dry tailings row, reduces the subsequent concentration and filter equipment load, saves equipment investment and operation cost.

      Circulating water in situ recycling.

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Main equipments

      High efficiency concentrated hydrocyclone

The unique design of the hydrocyclone, under the same operating conditions compared with ordinary cyclone, the same overflow fineness, classification efficiency of hydrocyclone at high concentration increased by more than 10%, the highest in the production practice can be improved by more than 27%, even in the feed concentration of 10%, the underflow concentration can still maintain 65% above, the yield reached 75%.

      Tailings dewatering screen

Dewatering screen mainly have these characteristics: high frequency vibration, screen angle design to promote the sieve material continuous emission, processing unit area is large; high-quality wear-resistant plate, good dehydration effect, long service life; the objects on the screen with low water content; low noise, low power consumption and easy maintenance.

      others filtration and dewatering equipment

 According to the process requirements, supporting the efficient thickener, vacuum belt dewatering machine, automatic press filter, the filter press dewatering equipment, makes the production line a high degree of automation, large capacity.





      Process adaptability is strong, the tailings of coarse, fine particles targeted treatment.

      Rapid dry row of coarse grade tailings by cyclone and dewatering screen.

      Thickener, filter to achieve fine-grained tailings dry drainage.

      Due to the cyclone and the dewatering screen to achieve most of the dry tailings row, reduces the subsequent concentration and filter equipment load, saves equipment investment and operation cost.

      Circulating water in situ recycling.


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