Talc

Ore nature

Talc is a common hydrothermal altered silicate mineral. Magnesium-rich minerals often change to talc through hydrothermal alteration. Therefore, talc often exhibits the illusion of minerals such as olivine, hornblende, and tremolite. Talc belongs to the group of silicate talc minerals, mainly containing hydrous magnesium silicate, and its crystal structure belongs to the monoclinic system. It is formed by the combination of hot water solution and magnesium and silicon in the rock. , Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Jiangxi and other places. Talc has many uses, such as refractory materials, papermaking, rubber fillers, pesticide absorbents, leather coatings, cosmetic materials and carving materials, etc.

Processing process

The grinding machine of SBM for talc and other materials can accept non-flammable and explosive materials with a Mohs hardness below 20mm and a Mohs hardness below 6. The crushed raw materials are mainly crushed calcite, gypsum, talc, feldspar, barite, kaolin and other materials. Due to the major changes in the main machine's grinding roller and grinding roller assembly, the material has to go through many times from top to bottom Grinding makes full use of the role of the centrifugal force of the grinding roller, and the contact area with the grinding ring is large, so it can produce high-fineness powder with a fineness between 5-45 microns.

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