hydrosizer

hydrosizer

[′hī·drə‚sīz·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
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The excess water and minus-63 pm material is overflowed and piped to thickeners while the cyclone underflow feeds a hindered settling classifier or Hydrosizer.
The smaller particle sizes then move to a hydrosizer circuit which is a compartment filled with water that lifts the finer particles upward, with the heavier particles settling to the bottom of the unit.
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 six fractions from the hydrosizer are then fed to 164 Derrick and Holman tables where a primary table concentrate is recovered.
Coal is fed into a hydrosizer, which uses a stream of water to isolate and remove the heavier, coarse impurities.
Last year we launched a slurry pump with a longer lasting wear liner and this year are introducing a Round Hydrosizer to the market and introducing a standard line of modular plants that will be readily available to producers.
In 2011, McLanahan was able to custom-engineer a system that utilizes hydrocyclones, a hydrosizer (or density separator), pumps and dewatering screens.
The chief disadvantages of coal spirals of relatively low unit capacity and high cutpoint, have led to the trials and recent installation of the Stokes Hydrosizer (MM, May 1995, p.
Oversize is recycled and undersize pumped to the hydrosizer cyclones.
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.
The company produces its own proprietary range of equipment, including hydrocyclones, thickeners, sieve bends, scroll-type fine coal centrifuges and the Stokes Hydrosizer.