Wet Concentrating Tables

Deurbrouck, A. W. ; Agey, W. W.
Organization: Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration
Pages: 8
Publication Date: Jan 1, 1985
Introduction The modern wet concentrating table is a rectangular or rhomboid shaped normally rimed-deck operated in essentially a horizontal plane (Fig. 23). A drive mechanism imparts a differential motion to the deck along its long axis while water flows by gravity along the short axis. Tables are currently employed for processing large tonnages of coal and lesser tonnages of barite, beach sands, chrome, glass sand, garnet, iron, manganese, mica, phosphate, potash, tantalum, tin, tita-
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