LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill
LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill

manufac ing process of magnetite powder

  • magnesite

    magnesite occurs as veins in and an alteration product of ultramafic rocks, serpentinite and other magnesium rich rock types in both contact and regional metamorphic terrains. these magnesites are often cryptocrystalline and contain silica in the form of opal or chert.

  • manganese

    first, hydrochloric acid, or a mixture of dilute sulfuric acid and sodium chloride was made to react with manganese dioxide, later hydrochloric acid from the leblanc process was used and the manganese dioxide was recycled by the weldon process. the production of chlorine and hypochlorite bleaching agents was a large consumer of manganese ores.

  • magnetite

    approximately 2-3% of the world's energy budget is allocated to the haber process for nitrogen fixation, which relies on magnetite-derived catalysts. the industrial catalyst is obtained from finely ground iron powder, which is usually obtained by reduction of high-purity magnetite.

  • magnesium oxide

    in this process, the alkalinity of mgo and similar compounds neutralizes the relatively high acidity characteristic of low-quality paper, thus slowing the rate of deterioration. mgo is also used as a protective coating in plasma displays. magnesium oxide is used as an oxide barrier in spin-tunneling devices.

  • magnetofossil

    magnetotactic bacteria use iron to create magnetite in magnetosomes. as a result of this process, increased iron levels correlate with increased production of magnetotactic bacteria. increases in iron levels have been long associated with hyperthermal period of warming, usually between 4-8 degrees celsius periods in the earth's history.

  • wüstite

    the industrial catalyst is obtained from finely ground iron powder, which is usually obtained by reduction of high-purity magnetite fe 3 o 4 . the pulverized iron metal is burnt oxidized to give magnetite or wüstite of a defined particle size. the magnetite or wüstite particles are then partially reduced, removing some of the oxygen in .

  • taconite

    production. to process taconite, the ore is ground into a fine powder, the magnetite is separated from the gangue by strong magnets, and the powdered iron concentrate is combined with a binder such as bentonite clay and limestone as a flux. as a last step, it is rolled into pellets about 10 millimeters in diameter that contain about 65% iron .

  • iron ii,iii oxide

    reduction of magnetite ore by co in a blast furnace is used to produce iron as part of steel production process: fe 3 o 4 4 co 3 fe 4 co 2 \displaystyle \ce fe3o4 4co -> 3fe 4co2 controlled oxidation of fe 3 o 4 is used to produce brown pigment quality γ-fe 2 o 3 maghemite : 16

  • powder metallurgy

    powder compaction is the process of compacting metal powder in a die through the application of high pressures. typically the tools are held in the vertical orientation with the punch tool forming the bottom of the cavity.

  • sausage making

    sausage making originally developed as a means to preserve and transport meat. primitive societies learned that dried berries and spices could be added to dried meat. the procedure of stuffing meat into casings remains basically the same today, but sausage recipes have been greatly refined and sausage making has become a highly respected .

  • carbonyl iron

    carbonyl iron is a highly pure 97.5% for grade s, 99.5 % for grade r iron, prepared by chemical decomposition of purified iron usually has the appearance of grey powder, composed of spherical microparticles. most of the impurities are carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen.. basf invented carbonyl iron powder in 1925 and claims to be the world's leading producer.