Sintering Practice at Anyox

CIM Bulletin1934
THE Dwight-Lloyd sintering machine was the answer to the flue-dust problem of the copper blast-furnace smelter. Theo came concentration by flotation, which threatened to eliminate the blast furnace from the smelting field altogether, and again the sintering process solved the problem. As is well known, the sintering process is dual in its function; it expels sulphur from the charge and it converts a powdery material into nodules or chunks that hold together.
Keywords: Anyox, blast furnace, gangue, sintering, smelting, Capacity, Concentrate, Concentrates, Fans, Fines, Materials, Plants, Sinter, Sintering, Slags
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