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10 best ore beneficiation plants for sale (with costs) | fote machinery

10 best ore beneficiation plants for sale (with costs) | fote machinery

Before purchasing an ore beneficiation plant, people have lots of concerns: Which equipment I should choose to process my iron ore? Is this ore processing flowsheet best? Can these machines help me remove sulfur in iron ore beneficiation? Would they increase the recovery rate of tailings?

Then how to choose the right ore beneficiation plant depends on a lot of factors including physical properties of raw ore, capacity demands, final ore product requirements, geological situations of ore mines, and so on.

Here Fote Group would love to share valuable information about mining market trends, ways to build a high-quality ore beneficiation plant, and ten different ore processing plants which have been proved successful by our customers. If you have any most pressing questions and concerns, please contact our professional engineers who can make customized solutions according to your actual situation.

Our ore beneficiation plants sale to many countries, such as India, Australia, the USA, the UK, Canada, Switzerland, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, South Africa, Sudan, Egypt, Kenya, Indonesia, Nigeria, etc.

Nowadays, with ways of ore processing are getting more and more diversified and intelligent, the investment is not only limited to gold ore beneficiation but enlarged to many other items. From precious metals to coal, and to non-ferrous metals, investors can profit and bring more economic benefits to society.

Over 80 kinds of ores are widely used minerals in the world. Due to large output and high international trade volume, there are the several most common and important ores such as iron ore, copper ore, gold ore, bauxite, coal, lead&zinc ore, nickel ore, tin ore, and manganese ore, etc.

Nothing can replace iron ore in developing infrastructures as well as coal ore in the electricity industry, those ores making a great contribution to countries' economic growth. Gold ore mining ranks in a top position, attracting lots of investment for closed relations between the gold price and currency market.

The screening and crushing process is used to release useful minerals from the gangue. Different types of crushers reduce large sizes of raw ore into smaller ones, then vibrating screen with different mesh would help to get the desired size of ores. During the process, how many crushers need to be installed according to your real situation.

Usually, there are crushers with three crushing stages: primary crushers like jaw crushers, secondary crushers like cone crushers, roll crushers and impact crushers, tertiary crushers like compound crushers and fine crushers. Vibrating screens also have different types: Circular motion vibrating screens, horizontal Screens, high-frequency Screens, and trommel/ drum screens.

Only by crushers cannot get ore products with fine granularity, that's why mill grinding machines necessary in the beneficiation process. The mill grinding process is almost carried out in two consecutive stages: one is dry grinding (coarse grinding) and the other is wet grinding (fine grinding). The key grinding equipment are ball mills and rod mills, and the latter is now mostly used for wet grinding to finally produce fine and uniform ore products.

The beneficiation process is most crucial during the whole plant, helping people extract high value and pure ore concentrate products from ores no matter its grade high or low. The beneficiation process can be carried out in a variety of ways as needed but you ought to select a piece of optimal equipment to avoid inefficiency and waste in the entire process. The most common beneficiation equipment includes flotation machines, electrostatic and magnetic separators, and gravity beneficiation equipment.

Ore drying equipment may appear in any stage of a mineral processing plant (from raw ore-concentrate-finished product). The purpose of drying is to remove the moisture contained in the ore, ensuring the integrity of the product, and maximizing the value. In addition, drying process can also reduce product transportation costs and improve the economic efficiency of storage and processing.

With almost 50 years' extensive experience, Fote engineers are professional in integrating, designing, fabricating, commissioning, maintaining, and troubleshooting various beneficiation plants. The company aims to provide customers with the best mining equipment and the most reasonable beneficiation plants. Its final goal is to increase the potential profit that customers can obtain from the ore and enable mining companies to improve the overall profitability.

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tin mines close in on an indonesian hamlet still clinging to nature

tin mines close in on an indonesian hamlet still clinging to nature

Tuing Beach is one of several areas around Bangka, off the southeast coast of Indonesias Sumatra Island, where locals believe they can spot the footprints of Akek Antak, a mythological figure who appears prominently in oral tradition here.

Often called the White Arab, Akek Antak is thought by some historians to have been a Sufi mystic who actually lived around the 10th century, around the time that Islam may have begun its spread throughout the Indonesian archipelago.

For generations, the Lom, said to be the oldest tribe in Bangka, have preserved their land and sea to build their livelihoods outside of mining. Unlike the rest of their Indigenous community residing in neighboring hamlets who gave in to tin mining, they still hold on to their ancestors oldest wisdom: living in harmony with nature.

Mine-free for centuries, dating back to colonial times, Tuing faces the South China Sea on the northeastern coast of Bangka. The hamlet covers an area of about 2,500 hectares (6,200 acres), with a population of about 185 families. Our lives have been peaceful and happy, Sukardi said. We have enough food, we can send our children to school just by selling fish and harvest. So why destroy nature by mining for tin?

Bangka is the source of about 90% of all the tin mined in Indonesia, the worlds second-largest producer of the metal, mainly used as solder in electronic devices. It has long become the leading industry here and boosted the domestic economy.

But decades of mining have left their mark. Environmental degradation and water and air pollution have been devouring Bangka since the tin mining rush started in the early 2000s, when mobile phones became widespread and demand for solder multiplied.

Between 2017 and 2020, Walhi recorded 40 deaths linked to tin mines, with more than half of them in 2019 alone. According to the Mining Advocacy Network (Jatam), an industry watchdog, Bangka registered the most deaths in Indonesia of people falling into abandoned mining pits, with 57 reported dead between 2014 and 2020 in this way.

These threats are the Lom peoples greatest concern regarding the coastal zoning plan that underlies state-owned miner PT Timahs permit. Under the zoning plan approved by the government of Bangka-Belitung province, 11.2% of the areas waters are allocated for mining.

This isnt the first battle by Bangka residents against the zoning plan rolled out just last year. Although the local government says the interests of the fishing communities have been taken into account and the zoning plan was approved by consensus, the impact on Bangkas fishers has proven to be devastating, locals say. Fishermen of Matras and Teluk Kelabat are some of the many examples of people losing their source of income because of coastal mining in Bangka, Edo said.

Tuings waters are known as the squid center of Bangka, where around 170 fishermen from around the area fish daily. We have only been using rods and nets to fish, not even 5 miles from the shore, Sukardi said. We are prohibited to damage or alter anything in the sea. Many fishermen from other areas also fish here. We welcome them as long as they use fishing rods and nets. Besides fishing, Sukardi is also a farmer. The coral reefs along the Tuing coast are also well preserved. We fish on those coral reefs. We understand that if they are damaged, fish will disappear, he added.

Last year, a France 24 documentary reported the visible ecological impacts of coastal mining in Batu Belubong, a hamlet 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) down the coast from Tuing. Water polluted by mud, pumped from great depths, could be seen for kilometers. Beaches in some places were covered with blocks of clay. A decrease in fish populations was also reported, especially near the mines, affecting local livelihoods.

According to Sukardi, they have been earning enough from fishing to support their families. The average income of a fisherman here is around 10 million rupiah ($700) a month double what a young man can make, for example, working as a deckhand on a foreign tuna fishing boat. It might be less than in neighboring hamlets, where residents can afford to own a car, a motorbike or build a big house after mining tin, but Tuing residents put greater value in their tradition of living in harmony with nature.

This rooted culture has already been disrupted as parts of their forest have been cleared for oil palm plantations. Although free from tin mining, Tuing, as well as several areas in Mapur village where the Lom community lives, havent been able to stave off the large-scale monoculture plantations of PT Mount Pelawan Lestari. Many forests or pepper farms have become oil palm plantations. What is left are the protected forests where we still look for traditional medicinal ingredients, Sukardi said. The remaining forestland is designated as protected by the government. Out of the 7,364 hectares (18,197 acres) of Mapur village, around 4,034 hectares (9,968 acres) are protected forests.

Their waters have been especially untouched because of a geosite, related to the legend of Akek Atak, located on Tuing Beach about 25 km (15 mi) from the hamlet. The site is home to a stretch of 290-million-year-old metamorphic rocks, where the Lom community believe Akek Antak once lived. If Tuing waters are also damaged like our forest, it might mean the end of our traditional roots, and without it the Lom people as the oldest Indigenous community of Bangka Island might as well be extinct, Sukardi said as he once again urged the government, especially miner Timah, to reconsider carrying out its mining plans in Tuings waters.

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