Physical Separation in Science and Engineering

Physical Separation in Science and Engineering / 1995 / Article

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Volume 6 |Article ID 047303 |

L. A. Lomovtsev, K. V. Nikolaenko, Yu. A. Davydov, A. P. Kazantsev, A. L. Tarasenko, "Recovery of Manganese From Slimes by High–Intensity Magnetic Separation", Physical Separation in Science and Engineering, vol. 6, Article ID 047303, 6 pages, 1995.

Recovery of Manganese From Slimes by High–Intensity Magnetic Separation


Production–scale application of the high–gradient magnetic separator VMS 100/2 to the recovery of manganese from the plant railings is described. It has been found that in one–stage separation the concentrate containing 25 to 28% Mn can be obtained, with the recovery of 65.6%. In a two–stage process the grade of the concentrate was 31.7% with the recovery of 55.8% The final cleaning of the manganese concentrate yielded a product with the grade of 35 to 41% Mn.

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