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

and processing of fine particles

  • granulation

    granulation is the process of forming grains or granules from a powdery or solid substance, producing a granular material. it is applied in several technological processes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. typically, granulation involves agglomeration of fine particles into larger granules, typically of size range between 0.2 and 4.0 mm depending on their subsequent use. less commonly, it involves shredding or grinding solid material into finer granules or pellets.

  • ceramic engineering

    in this method, quenching is done in a solid solution or in a fine eutectic structure, in which the particles are then processed by more typical ceramic powder processing methods into a useful body. there have also been preliminary attempts to use melt spraying as a means of forming composites by introducing the dispersed particulate, whisker, or fibre phase in conjunction with the melt .

  • tumbler screening technique

    tumbler screening is a separation method that uses three-dimensional elliptical movement to separate very fine particles from larger ones. it is an important technique applied in many fields dealing with seven trust materials and building materials for process and reuse. this technique can achieve 99% high efficiency with its circular movement.

  • particulates

    types of atmospheric particles include suspended particulate matter, thoracic and respirable particles, inhalable coarse particles, which are coarse particles with a diameter between 2.5 and 10 micrometers μm pm 10 , fine particles with a diameter of 2.5 μm or less pm 2.5 , ultrafine particles, and soot.

  • aerosol

    an aerosol is a suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets, in air or another gas. aerosols can be natural or anthropogenic. examples of natural aerosols are fog, dust, forest exudates and geyser steam. examples of anthropogenic aerosols are haze, particulate air pollutants and smoke. the liquid or solid particles have diameters .

  • particle aggregation

    particle aggregation is a widespread phenomenon, which spontaneously occurs in nature but is also widely explored in manufacturing. some examples include. formation of river delta. when river water carrying suspended sediment particles reaches salty water, particle aggregation may be one of the factors responsible for river delta formation.

  • gold extraction

    in other cases, particularly when the gold is present in the ore as fine particles or is not sufficiently liberated from the host rock, the concentrates are treated with cyanide salts, a process known as cyanidation leaching, followed by recovery from the leach solution.

  • mineral processing

    multi-g processes allow the separation of very fine particles to occur in the range of 5 to 50 micron by increasing the driving force of separation in order to increase the rate at which particles separate. in general, single g process are only capable of processing particles that are greater than approximately 80 micron in diameter.

  • particle aggregation

    particle agglomeration refers to formation of assemblages in a suspension and represents a mechanism leading to the functional destabilization of colloidal systems. during this process, particles dispersed in the liquid phase stick to each other, and spontaneously form irregular particle assemblates, flocs, or agglomerates.

  • aerosol

    an aerosol abbreviation of 'aero-solution' is a suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in air or another gas. aerosols can be natural or anthropogenic.examples of natural aerosols are fog, mist, dust, forest exudates and geyser steam.examples of anthropogenic aerosols are particulate air pollutants and smoke. dubious – discuss the liquid or solid particles have diameters .

  • ultrafine particle

    ultrafine particles ufps are particulate matter of nanoscale size less than 0.1 μm or 100 nm in diameter . regulations do not exist for this size class of ambient air pollution particles, which are far smaller than the regulated pm 10 and pm 2.5 particle classes and are believed to have several more aggressive health implications than those classes of larger particulates.

  • mineral processing

    thermal drying is usually used for fine particles and to remove low water content in the particles. some common processes include rotary dryers, fluidised beds, spray driers, hearth dryers and rotary tray dryers. this process is usually expensive to operate due to the fuel requirement of the dryers. other processes

  • nanoparticle

    amorphous particles typically adopt a spherical shape due to their microstructural isotropy . the study of fine particles is called micromeritics. variations. semi-solid and soft nanoparticles have been produced. a prototype nanoparticle of semi-solid nature is the liposome. various types of liposome nanoparticles are currently used clinically as delivery systems for anticancer drugs and vaccines.