EIMCO-K.C.P. Spiral Classifiers is art of separating the solid particles in a mixture of solids and liquid into fractions according to particle size or density by methods other than screening. In general, the products resulting are (1) a partially drained fraction containing the coarse material (called the underflow) and (2) a fine fraction along with the remaining portion of the liquid medium (called the overflow)
Jan 01, 2016 · For spiral classifiers, the overflow solids capacity may be given by (13.22) Q MS (O) = n k 2 k 3 (3.92 D 2 + 0.67 D) for low weir pools (13.23) and QMS (O) = n k 2 k 3 (3.12 D 2 + 0.42 D) for high weir pools where. Q MS(O) = overflow solids capacity (t/h) n = the number of spirals
The overflow end of submersible spiral classifier is usually equipped with 4-5 spiral blades, all of which are immersed under the liquid level in the settling area, so the settling area is …
The overflow weir of the low weir spiral classifier is usually lower than the bearing center of the overflow end, so its settlement area is too small and the overflow production capacity is too low, while the agitation effect of the spiral on the pulp surface is too large
Normally, there are two types of spiral classifier, high weir type and submersion type. High weir type, the overflow spiral blade is higher than overflow level, but spiral central is lower than overflow surface. The high weir spiral classifier is applied in the classification of minerals with particle size 0.83-0.15mm
The Spiral Classifier is available with spiral diameters up to 120″. These classifiers are built in three models with 100%, 125% and 150% spiral submergence with straight side tanks or modified flared or full flared tanks. All sizes and models are available with single-, double- or triple-pitch spirals. The Spiral Classifier offers the greatest sand raking capacity of any classifier available
- Classifiers of this type consist of a tank having an inclined bottom, a lower overflow for fines and an elevated discharge for coarse sands, with a screw or spiral conveying element disposed in
EIMCO-K.C.P. Spiral Classifiers is art of separating the solid particles in a mixture of solids and liquid into fractions according to particle size or density by methods other than screening. In general, the products resulting are (1) a partially drained fraction containing the coarse material (called the underflow) and (2) a fine fraction along with the remaining portion of the liquid medium (called the overflow)
25 rows · The submerged spiral classifier is the one whose spiral blades at the overflow end are …
The spiral classifier is divided into two types: high weir type and submerged type. High weir classifier is suitable for coarse particle classification, the maximum size of overflow is generally 0.4~0.15mm; submerged classifier is suitable for fine particle classification, the maximum size of overflow …
The overflow weir of the low weir spiral classifier is usually lower than the bearing center of the overflow end, so its settlement area is too small and the overflow production capacity is too low, while the agitation effect of the spiral on the pulp surface is too large
The submerged spiral classifier is the one whose spiral blades at the overflow end are completely immersed below the overflow surface. It has a small settlement area and low overflow production capacity, so it is mainly suitable for ore classification with an …
For the high weir spiral classifier, the position of overflow weir is usually higher than the bearing center of the lower end of the spiral shaft and lower than the upper edge of the spiral of the overflow end, so the settlement area of the high weir spiral classifier is larger than that of the low weir spiral classifier, and the height of weir can also be adjusted within a certain range, that is, the settlement area can be slightly …
Normally, there are two types of spiral classifier, high weir type and submersion type. High weir type, the overflow spiral blade is higher than overflow level, but spiral central is lower than overflow surface. The high weir spiral classifier is applied in the classification of minerals with particle size 0.83-0.15mm
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