Classification at Britannia

CIM Bulletin1946
CLASSIFIER equipment originally installed in 1923 in the Britannia mill consisted of eighteen Model C Dorr Simplex classifiers, each in closed circuit with a pebble-mill. These machines were only three feet wide and of light construction, so that their raking capacities were necessarily limited, the maximum being about 20 tons per hour for each classifier. On conversion from pebble-mills to ball-mills, in 1924, attempts to increase circulating loads with higher rake speeds resulted only in overflowing a coarser product to the flotation cells.
Keywords: Britannia, Classifier, drag, elevator, pulley, classification, Classifiers, Construction, Fines, Operation, Power, Sand, Water, Waters
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