• Product Name : Classifying Equipments
  • Classification : High Weir Spiral Classifier
  • Submerged Spiral Classifier
  • Capacity: High Weir Spiral Classifier (10~1785 t/d)
    Submerged Spiral Classifier (50~1410 t/d)

【Introduction】: Classifying equipment takes use of the different sedimentation speed of the solid particle in slurry.

【Improvement】: An automatic elevating apparatus is added to the discharge opening. The scoop in ball mill is eliminated bringing more stable operation.

【Advantages】: The overflow spiral blade is higher than overflow level, and the overflow spiral center is lower than overflow surface; The high wire spiral classifier is applied in the classification of ore with particle size 0.83-0.15mm

【Product Structure】: High spiral classifier operation: the grinded pulp is fed into tank from the inlet in the middle of settlement region, and the slurry classification sedimentation area is under the inclined tank. The spiral with low speed rotation stirs the slurry, so that the fine particles rise, and the coarse particles sinks to the bottom of tank. Overflow weir is above the bearing center which is under screw shaft, and is underneath overflow end.

【Introduction】: Classifier---the spiral of overflow end is completely immersed below liquid level.

【Improvement】: An automatic elevating apparatus is added to the discharge opening. The scoop in ball mill is eliminated bringing more stable operation.

【Advantages】: Submerged spiral classifier with the spiral of overflow end completely immersed below liquid level is applied in classifying ore with particle size 0.15~0.07mm.

【Product Structure】: Spiral classifier working principle: Fine ore pulps are fed into water tank through feeding opening located in the center of settling zone. Beneath the inclined water tank is the ore pulp classification zone where ore pulps are stirred by low-speeded impellers. Fine ore particles are lifted up and then spilled out the overflow opening; coarse ore particles precipitate down to tank bottom and are discharged via discharge opening.