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iron ore beneficiation plant at rairangpur | projectx india

iron ore beneficiation plant at rairangpur | projectx india

Energise Minerals proposes to set up a 2.75 MTPA Iron Ore Beneficiation plant and 1.2 MTPA Pellet plant at Rairangpur, District: Mayurbhanj. The Odisha SLSWCA has recently gave an in-principle approval to the project, at its 99th meeting held in March 2021.

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existing and new processes for beneficiation of indian iron ores | springerlink

existing and new processes for beneficiation of indian iron ores | springerlink

The iron ore industries of India are expected to bring new technologies to cater to the need of the tremendous increase in demand for quality ores for steel making. With the high-grade ores depleting very fast, the focus is on the beneficiation of low-grade resources. However, most of these ores do not respond well to the conventional beneficiation techniquesused to achieve a suitable concentrate for steel and other metallurgical industries. The present communication discusses the beneficiation practices in the Indian context and the recent developments in alternative processing technologies such as reduction roasting, microwave-assisted heating, magnetic carrier technology and bio-beneficiation. Besides, the use of new collectors in iron ore flotation is also highlighted.

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