Limonite

Ore nature

Limonite is a kind of iron ore. The main component is iron oxide. Its main color is brown. It is a natural mineral mixed iron ore. Its iron ore content is not very high. It is inferior iron in iron ore.

Limonite is a variety of shades of brown, generally stalactite, grape-like, dense or loose blocks or even soil, and also has a crystal shape like pyrite (called an illusion). Limonite can be used as a pigment in addition to iron. The color of the loess is mainly due to the inclusion of them.

The term "limonite" is not the species name of the mineral, but it is usually the general term for goethite and water goethite. Because these mineral particles are small and difficult to distinguish, they are collectively called "limonite".

Limonite is one of the main iron minerals. It is a brown natural multi-mineral mixture with water-containing iron oxide as the main component. But its iron content is not high, it is a secondary iron ore. Limonite is a variety of shades of brown, generally stalactite, grape-like, dense or loose blocks or even soil, and also has a crystal shape like pyrite (called an illusion). Limonite can be used as a pigment in addition to iron.

Processing process of Limonite

The raw ore of 0.5-5 mm is sent to the upper hopper, and the cloth is vibrated by the vibration motor, and the output amount can be accurately adjusted by the hand wheel. The magnetic roller is driven by the speed-regulating motor, and the speed of the speed is adjusted by the speed-regulating table, which can control the output and concentrate grade of the magnetic separator. The ore particles are sent to the upper magnetic roller for separation through the conveyor belt. Because the limonite particles are magnetic, they are immediately attracted to the magnetic roller by the strong magnetic field, while the gangue particles (miscellaneous stones, sand) are not magnetic (magnetic Very weak), the strong magnetic force of the magnetic roller does not attract it. With the rotation of the magnetic roller, the ore particles are always attracted to the magnetic roller, and the gangue particles are thrown away at the front when the magnetic roller turns to the front position In front of the ore plate (the grade of the concentrate can be adjusted by changing the angle of the ore plate), when the ore particles continue to be brought to the demagnetization area by the magnetic roller, they automatically fall into a selective collection hopper and are collected as finished concentrate products. Because the gangues dropped by the upper magnetic roller also contain some weaker ore particles, they will enter the lower magnetic roller to continue the magnetic separation. The finished ore particles after the magnetic separation enter the second selection collection hopper to be collected as finished products and are thrown away The outgoing gangue is discharged through the tailings mouth, so that the magnetic separation process ends.

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