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  • <h5>High gradient magnetic separation applied to mineral </h5><p>High gradient magnetic separation applied to mineral beneficiation Abstract A magnetic separator featuring high magnetic field values, high field gradients, and large flow capacity has been applied to problems in mineral beneficiation. The major effort has been spent on taconite iron ores.</p>
    High gradient magnetic separation applied to mineral

    High gradient magnetic separation applied to mineral beneficiation Abstract A magnetic separator featuring high magnetic field values, high field gradients, and large flow capacity has been applied to problems in mineral beneficiation. The major effort has been spent on taconite iron ores.

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  • <h5>High Gradient Magnetic Separation of Uranium Ores</h5><p>High Gradient Magnetic Separation of Uranium Ores Continuing interest in processes that will effect separations in the fine particle size range has prompted intense interest in the use of high gradient magnetic separation (HGMS) for beneficiation of uranium ores.</p>
    High Gradient Magnetic Separation of Uranium Ores

    High Gradient Magnetic Separation of Uranium Ores Continuing interest in processes that will effect separations in the fine particle size range has prompted intense interest in the use of high gradient magnetic separation (HGMS) for beneficiation of uranium ores.

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  • <h5>Magnetic Separation   an overview  ScienceDirect Topics</h5><p>High gradient magnetic separation (HGMS) (Trindale et al., 1974, and Liu, 1982) is based on coal being diamagnetic (repulsed by a magnet), whereas pyrite is paramagnetic (attracted to a magnet). The magnetic susceptibility of pyrite is 0.3 215 10  6 G/g (G = gauss), compared to coal at  0.4 215 10  </p>
    Magnetic Separation an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    High gradient magnetic separation (HGMS) (Trindale et al., 1974, and Liu, 1982) is based on coal being diamagnetic (repulsed by a magnet), whereas pyrite is paramagnetic (attracted to a magnet). The magnetic susceptibility of pyrite is 0.3 215 10 6 G/g (G = gauss), compared to coal at 0.4 215 10

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  • <h5>High Gradient Magnetic Separator   Electro Magnetic Industries</h5><p>This product utilizes vertical ring rotation, pulsating beneficiation and high frequency vibrator, and it has no magnetic medium jam problem in flat ring high intensity magnetic separator and flat ring high gradient magnetic separator. It has the advantages of large beneficiation ratio, high security and convenient operation etc.</p>
    High Gradient Magnetic Separator Electro Magnetic Industries

    This product utilizes vertical ring rotation, pulsating beneficiation and high frequency vibrator, and it has no magnetic medium jam problem in flat ring high intensity magnetic separator and flat ring high gradient magnetic separator. It has the advantages of large beneficiation ratio, high security and convenient operation etc.

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  • <h5>SLon vertically pulsating high  gradient magnetic separator</h5><p>Superior separation The SLon174 vertically pulsating high gradient magnetic separator (VPHGMS) utilizes the combination of magnetic force, pulsating fluid and gravity to continuously separate magnetic and non magnetic minerals. The SLon possesses the advantages of high beneficiation ratio, high recovery, adaptability to varying</p>
    SLon vertically pulsating high gradient magnetic separator

    Superior separation The SLon174 vertically pulsating high gradient magnetic separator (VPHGMS) utilizes the combination of magnetic force, pulsating fluid and gravity to continuously separate magnetic and non magnetic minerals. The SLon possesses the advantages of high beneficiation ratio, high recovery, adaptability to varying

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  • <h5>High Gradient Magnetic Separator, Beneficiation Equipment </h5><p>ZGT Series High Gradient Magnetic Separators are mainly suitable for separating weak magnetic ores such as hematite, manganese ore, ilmenite, wolframite and tantalum niobium ores, and de ironing or purifying non metallic materials like quartz, feldspar, nepheline, fluorite, sillimanite, spodumene and kaolin.</p>
    High Gradient Magnetic Separator, Beneficiation Equipment

    ZGT Series High Gradient Magnetic Separators are mainly suitable for separating weak magnetic ores such as hematite, manganese ore, ilmenite, wolframite and tantalum niobium ores, and de ironing or purifying non metallic materials like quartz, feldspar, nepheline, fluorite, sillimanite, spodumene and kaolin.

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  • <h5>High gradient magnetic separator HGMS continuous   </h5><p>'s HGMS, high gradient magnetic separators, recover ferro magnetic and para magnetic materials from ore slurries. The separators are designed around the unique magnetic system providing magnetic fields up to 1,5 T (15 000 Gauss).</p>
    High gradient magnetic separator HGMS continuous

    's HGMS, high gradient magnetic separators, recover ferro magnetic and para magnetic materials from ore slurries. The separators are designed around the unique magnetic system providing magnetic fields up to 1,5 T (15 000 Gauss).

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