hydrosizer

hydrosizer

[′hī·drə‚sīz·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
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In 2011, McLanahan was able to custom-engineer a system that utilizes hydrocyclones, a hydrosizer (or density separator), pumps and dewatering screens.
Tenders are invited for Erection of hydrosizer and its relating equipments
The hydrosizer (HS) -Wilfley Table (WT) or heavy liquid (HLS) sinks products were included as the beneficiated component of the product.
The second stage expansion of the plant (installation of Hydrosizer and filter) has been completed and the third stage expansion, which should add about 1,000,000 tonnes to annual production capacity, is being planned and designed and should be constructed in 2012.
Coal is fed into a hydrosizer, which uses a stream of water to isolate and remove the heavier, coarse impurities.
The two main components to the mine include the Wolverine dredge and an onsite wet processing plant with screens, separators, hydrocyclones, and a hydrosizer to separate and dewater oversize, coarse and fine sand from unusable ultrafines.
This will include installation of a hydrosizer and pan filter.
According to McLanahan, when extremely sharp classification is needed to separate granular material by size, the Hydrosizer is comparable to screening but at only a fraction of the footprint and cost.
When extremely sharp classification is needed to separate granular material by size, the McLanahan Hydrosizer is comparable to screening but at only a fraction of the footprint and cost.
100 material produced using a hydrosizer and sent to a dry plant.
This cyclone Is mounted to the self-erecting Hydrosizer, which separates sand of plus 70 mesh and transports it to a system of vibrating dewatering screens.
With more than 30 years of proven performance in a variety of applications, the Hydrosizer is an essential plant component that's able to make the discrete cuts necessary to meet frac sand requirements.