- An air-inflation mechanical agitation floatation cell without slurry suction（This type of cell is designed referring to Finland Autoquenpu OK floatation cell).
- Effective Volume
- Product Improvement
- Taper impeller with its blades sloping backward at certain angle, simple structure, strong agitation ability, and low energy consumption
- The impeller is equipped with holey cylinder air allocator. The air scattering is uniform and the mixing effect of air and slurry is good
- U-shaped tank, little sedimentation of sand
- Low energy consumption, 30-50% savable
- Solid particles can be fully suspended; high flotation index
- Long service life of vulnerable parts
- Mechanical agitation; non-automatic air and slurry suction; ladder is necessary during processing
- It can be combined with model XCF as a flotation cell set, working as direct flow cell
When the flotation machine works, the motor drives the impeller to revolve, so the centrifugal effect and negative pressure are produced. On one hand, ample air is absorbed and mixed with mineral slurry, on the other hand, the mixed mineral slurry is mingled with additive, meanwhile, the foams are thinning, the mineral is bounded with foams, and floats up to the surface of mineral slurry and the mineralized foam is formed. The liquid surface can be adjusted with the height of adjustment flashboard, so that the useful foams are scraped with squeegee.
KYF air inflation floatation cell has U tank floatation cell and column flotation cell which is composed of impeller, stator, main shaft, bearing body, air adjusting valve, and tank body, as picture shown
KYF air inflation floatation cell is applied in roughing and cleaning of large and middle scale dressing plant aiming to non-ferrous metal, ferrous metal and nonmetal minerals. The range of feeding particle size is 0.3～0.01mm (-0.0074mm contents > 50%)
|Air Pressure of Blower (kPa)||Max. Air Inflation Volume
|Motor Power for Agitation
|Motor Power for Scraper
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