magnetic separation chromites

  • A discussion of magnetic separation techniques for

    A discussion of magnetic separation techniques for concentrating ilmenite and chromite ores M. DOBBINS*, J. DOMENICO*, and P. DUNN* *Outotec (USA) Inc.—Minerals Processing, Physical Separation Magnetic separation has long been used to upgrade and beneficiate a wide variety of industrial minerals.

  • (PDF) Magnetic separation studies on ferruginous chromite

    Mar 01, 2015· The Cr:Fe ratio (chromium-to-iron mass ratio) of chromite affects the production of chrome-based ferroalloys. Although the literature contains numerous reports related to the magnetic separation

  • (PDF) Magnetic Susceptibilities of Chromites from Oman

    Oct 01, 1997· A series of naturally-occurring chromites from the Bushveld Complex in South Africa, have been studied by Mössbauer spectroscopy at 300, 136, 110, 81, 77 and 4.8 K. Magnetic

  • Chromite- mineralogy and processing ScienceDirect

    Jan 01, 1988· On cooling to cryogenic (less than 78 K) temperatures susceptibilities increase, indicating that the ore-grade chromites order magnetically only at these low temperatures [6]. In a low intensity magnetic field (about 0.1T), chromite can be separated from ferromagnetic minerals as a non-magnetic

  • (PDF) Recovery of Magnetite from Leached Laterite-residue

    Impurity was defined as flow in order to investigate the effect of magnetic induction the total of quartz, alumina and chromium oxide or on the particle captured and recovery of iron as well as re- chromites. In general, magnetic separation of original lat- moval of impurities.

  • (PDF) Recovery of Magnetite from Leached Laterite-residue

    chromites. In general, magnetic separation of original lat-erite ore resulted in a very lo w reco very of iron but high re-mo val of impurity. The amount of concentrate resulted from.

  • Chromite- mineralogy and processing ScienceDirect

    Jan 01, 1988· On cooling to cryogenic (less than 78 K) temperatures susceptibilities increase, indicating that the ore-grade chromites order magnetically only at these low temperatures [6]. In a low intensity magnetic field (about 0.1T), chromite can be separated from ferromagnetic minerals as a non-magnetic

  • Evaluation of Chromite Recovery from Shaking Table

    This study aimed to evaluate the chromite recovery from shaking table tailings of Forumad plant by a dry high-intensity magnetic separation. The average feed grade of chromium trioxide (Cr2O3) was 7.62% by XRF. Also, different mineral phases were determined by XRD, identifying the presence of Chrysotile, Augite, Albite, Chlorite and Chromite.

  • CHROMIUM OBTAINING FROM ARMENIAN CHROMITE

    chromites chemical transformations take place related to partial oxidation of bivalent iron and the formation of magnetite. This latter makes it possible to perform magnetic separation. However, these magnetic separation experiments appeared to be inefficient, because some amounts of iron, magnesium and chromium oxides moved to the non

  • (PDF) Recovery of Magnetite from Leached Laterite-residue

    chromites. In general, magnetic separation of original lat-erite ore resulted in a very lo w reco very of iron but high re-mo val of impurity. The amount of concentrate resulted from.

  • 15th International Mineral Processing Symposium, Istanbul

    study marketable chromite concentrates were produced by magnetic separation from Bülent deposit (M-1) but on the other hand remarkable values of chromites were escaped to the magnetite concentrates.

  • MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CHROMIUM-CONTAINING

    Table 1 shows that the observed laterite chromites are more strongly magnetized in comparison to the primary ores. In magnetic induction of 240 mT the magnetization of the laterite ore is around 33.11 %, while the magnetization of the primary chromites is only 4.4 %. The primary ore is magnetically separated mainly in the 329-480 mT limit. Table 1.

  • BENEFICIATION OF CHRONIITES EPrints

    product is subjected to magnetic separation wherein the iron oxides will be separated as magnetic fraction leaving chromite in the non-magnetic product. A. CHROMITES FROM BIHAR STATE M/s. Tata Iron and Steel Co. Ltd. sponsored investigation on some chromite samples from Kittaburu, Singhbhum district for beneficiation studies.

  • Concentration of chromite from the Kempersayi deposit by

    This procedure consists of magnetic separation in two stages, i. e. at a magnetic field strength of 5000 and at 11000 oersted. The concentration of chromite ore from the Kempersayi deposit according to the above procedure permits a decrease of SiO 2 (from 6.1 to 2.5% and CaO (from 1.3 to 0. 7%) and an increase of Cr 2 O 3 (from 51.7–52.3 to

  • Chemical Beneticiation of Indian Chromites

    to magnetic oxide of iron with coke oven gas at 500-560°C and separating the iron by wet magnetic separation from the crushed calcine. The concen-trate assayed 58.5".. CrO:: having Cr : Fe ratio of 3 : 1 with a recovery of 80.6%. Investigators abroad have tackled the problem of enriching chromites having low Cr : Fe ratio by

  • magnetic separation chromite

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  • Chromite an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Mihail I. Gasik, in Handbook of Ferroalloys, 2013 8.2.3 Chromium Ores and Chromites Processing. Chromite ores, as might many others, be mined by open-pit and underground methods. The share of underground mining varies between countries and deposits. The extracted ore is subjected to crushing and sorting (normally rich ore containing more than 45% Cr 2 O 3 is supplied to the processing plant

  • Multi Gravity Mozley Separator Drum 911Metallurgist

    Magnetic separation is also used depending on the ore characteristics. Flotation is also used for the beneficiation of finely grained ores. With these conventional methods depending on the liberation particle size of the ore, significant amounts of fine chromites are lost to the tailings.