Mineral processing shaking table is the efficient heavy mining equipment, which is used for the sorting of fine ores. The concentrator table is widely used in grading tungsten, tin, niobium and other rare metals and precious metals as well as the grading of manganese ores. In recent years, it has also been reported that the shaking table has also been used for the recycling of iron minerals in the tailings of magnetic separation plant as well as the sorting of mica and other non-metallic minerals.
As for the re-election law used in the beneficiation process, the ore concentrator is one of the most important equipments. Though the unit area handling capacity of the shaking concentrator is low, the floor level of its effective sorting particle size can be up to 0.037mm with obvious bed zoning. In addition, it is easy to operate. The mineral processing shaking table can produce high-grade concentrates, inferior concentrate, middling, tailings and other products.
The mineral separating table can be divided into ore beneficiation shaker, slime concentrator table, glass steel shaking concentrator, 6-S shaking concentrator and LS shaking concentrator.
1.Higher efficiency of high-grade ores than other grading ways.
2.Concentrate and tailings can be sorted for one time.
3.The sector separation of the ores in the bed makes it easy to observe and adjust.
4.No medicament and low power consumption.
The ore beneficiation process of the concentrator table is on the tilted countertop with complex bars, the mineral particles are fed from the feed chute on the upper angle of the table, at the same time, the feed water tank supplies the lateral flushing water, under the role of vibration wave, according to the proportion and particle size stratification, the materials do the longitudinal motion and lateral movement along the mesa. The materials with different proportion and particle size do the trapezoid shed along the direction of its own and then they are respectively discharged from the concentrate side and tailings side , finally forming the concentrate, middling and tailings.