Gravity Separation and Desliming of Fine Coal: Pilot-Plant Study Using Reflux Classifiers in Series

@inproceedings{Iveson2014GravitySA,
  title={Gravity Separation and Desliming of Fine Coal: Pilot-Plant Study Using Reflux Classifiers in Series},
  author={Simon Iveson and M. D. Mason and Kevin P. Galvin},
  year={2014}
}
Two pilot-scale Reflux Classifiers (600 mm × 600 mm cross-section) arranged in a cascading sequence were used to beneficiate fine -2 mm coal. The first Reflux Classifier performed a density separation that produced a coal product contaminated with fine high-ash slimes. This was then washed in the second Reflux Classifier to remove the fine clays and mineral matter. This combination reliably produced a clean coal product and allowed gravity separation performance to be extended from the usual… CONTINUE READING

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