Spiral Chute. Type: 5LLSpiral Chute. Max feeding size: 0.3mm. Capacity: 0.15 8t/h. Processing materials: Iron ore, ilmenite, chromite, sulfur iron ore, zircon, rutile, monazite, phosphate ore B, tungsten ore, tin, tantalum ore, niobium ore and other non ferrous metals, precious metals and non metallic minerals. We're here to help:
Erect the spiral chute, calibrate the perpendicular line and fix it in a proper position with iron structure or wood. Send the mineral sand with the sand pump to the two feeding mouth on the top of the spiral chute, add make up water to adjust the density of the ore pulp, and the ore pulp will naturally rotationally flow down and produce an inertial centrifugal force in the rotary slant flow.
Spiral Chute. Spiral chute is a gravity separation equipment of separation different weight mineral by inertial centrifugal force pulp produced in helix turning motion. 0.02 0.3 Feed Size. 400 1500 Motor Power. 0.2 8 tph Processing capacity.
Spiral chute is one of the best concentrating equipment, especially for concentrating sand ore in seashore and riverside. It is made of the fiberglass lined with wear resistant polyurethane and corundum cover; The advantages are light, moisture proof, and anti rust,corrosive proof and no noise, properly suitable for the different feeding particle sizes and grades.
Spiral chute is a type of new gravity separation equipment, which is applicable to separate metallic minerals granularity between 4 0.02, such as iron , ilmenite, chromite, pyrite, tungsten ore, tin ore, tantalum niobium ore, gravel mine, zirconite and rutile as well as other nonferrous metals, rare metals and nonmetallic minerals with adequate gravity difference.
11/04/2016· Slope Angles for Various Bulk Materials in Chutes and Bins. After starting sliding angle is 2° 3° less. In practice, sliding angles are 5° 10° more than above. Capacity of chutes is determined largely by the opening to the chute. In gates and other openings or restricted spaces in which pieces of rock are intermittently passing, the width ...
Chute flow patterns are described and the application of chute flow dynamics to the determination of the most appropriate chute profiles to achieve optimum flow is illustrated. The influence of the flow properties and chute flow dynamics in selecting the required geometry to minimise chute and belt wear at the feed point will be highlighted. 1.