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  • The use of a Reflux Classifier for iron ores: Assessment

    Jul 01, 2014· This paper describes the first pilot scale trial of the Reflux Classifier (RC) to separate iron oxide and silica particles less than 106 μm. The equipment used to perform the tests was the pilot scale unit RC300 (0.29 m × 0.29 m) from FLSmidth-Ludowici. The flowsheet used for the RC tests is presented in Fig. 2. As illustrated, a homogeneous

  • Pilot plant trial of the reflux classifier Request PDF

    Pilot scale testing of the reflux classifier was carried out by Galvin et al. (2002) for the beneficiation of −2 mm coal fines. Excellent gravity concentration was reported with a throughput of

  • A Pilot Scale Study of Cenosphere Recovery and

    Aug 01, 2015· A pilot scale Inverted Reflux Classifier was used to separate cenospheres from fly ash waste, following successful studies at a laboratory scale (Kiani et al., 2014, Kiani et al., 2015). The product grade and the cenosphere recovery responded to changes in the feed split ratio in accordance with the earlier study.

  • Performance of the reflux classifier for gravity

    Pilot plant trial of the reflux classifier. Minerals Engineering, 15, 19–25]. Since then Ludowici MPE, in association with the University of Newcastle have developed the technology at the full-scale.

  • REFLUX classifiers ProDorEko

    REFLUX classifier incorporates the new ‘laminar high shear rate’ mechanism the latest in fine particle gravity based separation technology. This, along with Pilot scale testing available • Pilot scale RC300 units available for rental • The RC300 is designed for in-plant test work in coal and mineral

  • Correlating laboratory and pilot scale reflux

    Correlating laboratory and pilot scale reflux classification of fine coal is my own unaided original work. It is herewith submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Magister in Chemical Engineering to the North-West University of the Potchefstroom campus.

  • Gravity Separation and Desliming of Fine Coal: Pilot-Plant

    Two pilot-scale Reflux Classifiers (600 mm × 600 mm cross-section) arranged in a cascading sequence were used to beneficiate fine -2 mm coal. The first Reflux Classifier performed a density separation that produced a coal product contaminated with fine high-ash slimes. This was then washed in the second Reflux Classifier to remove the fine

  • Development of the reflux classifier Request PDF

    Both laboratory and pilot-scale units displayed similar behaviour and the results were also consistent with existing correlations for negatively-buoyant particles in the standard Reflux Classifier.

  • Investigation of the Reflux Classifier for Density and

    Washability analyses were conducted to examine the variation in the D50 with the particle size. The separation performance of the pilot and full-scale devices proved to be excellent, with throughputs to the full-scale Reflux Classifier in the range from 14 to 20 t/m2-h, which is significant compared to more conventional fluidized bed devices.

  • FLSmidth REFLUX® Classifier YouTube

    The REFLUX classifier incorporates the new ‘laminar high shear rate’ mechanism: the latest in fine particle gravity based separation technology. This, along wit...

  • Correlating laboratory and pilot scale reflux

    Correlating laboratory and pilot scale reflux classification of fine coal is my own unaided original work. It is herewith submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Magister in Chemical Engineering to the North-West University of the Potchefstroom campus.

  • Pilot plant trial of the reflux classifier Request PDF

    Pilot scale testing of the reflux classifier was carried out by Galvin et al. (2002) for the beneficiation of −2 mm coal fines. Excellent gravity concentration was reported with a throughput of

  • Correlating laboratory and pilot scale reflux

    Recent developments have shown that the reflux classifier can successfully be used on Australian coals, and based on that, a number of pilot plant investigations have been done in South Africa. While pilot scale units are usually used to test the applicability of a new technology on specific coals, a need exists to gather more fundamental data

  • REFLUX classifiers ProDorEko

    REFLUX classifier incorporates the new ‘laminar high shear rate’ mechanism the latest in fine particle gravity based separation technology. This, along with Pilot scale testing available • Pilot scale RC300 units available for rental • The RC300 is designed for in-plant test work in coal and mineral

  • REFLUX™ Classifi er Fine particle technology separate

    Pilot-scale and laboratory testing available. We also o—er pilot-scale RC300 units, available for rental. The RC300 is designed for in-plant test work in coal and mineral applications. Typical throughput ranges from 1 tph to 5 tph, REFLUX classifier models (Other models available for specific applications)

  • Development of the reflux classifier Request PDF

    Both laboratory and pilot-scale units displayed similar behaviour and the results were also consistent with existing correlations for negatively-buoyant particles in the standard Reflux Classifier.