Since 1978 Minco Tech Australia has specialized in the design and supply of cyclones to the mineral processing industry. Many design components combine to ensure the performance of their classifying cyclone. Design parameters regarding inlet shape and area, vortex finder diameter, length, body extension, cone angle and apex nozzle are of most importance. Other features including material selection and cluster design, ensure that the cyclone offered for any particular process has an individuality that guarantees efficiencies. Backed by the design strength of Minco-tech, Malvern Engineering Works offer these classifying cyclones into the South African and market. In addition to the supply of the Minco-tech cyclones, we also offer field services, repair services and also supply of spare parts.
In order to Ensure Maximum Efficiency
Feed sizing should be maintained as constant and consistent as possible.
Large changes of feed sizing, due to stockpile segregation, can reduce separating efficiency.
Feed sump design should also include a sufficient cone angle to eliminate fine product slumping which can result in large amounts of material collapsing and entering the cyclone feed pump causing feed rate, cut-point, product yield and product quality variations.
Cyclone body and apex nozzle wear should be regularly mb onitored and worn components replaced as quickly.
Improvement of separation accuracy can be achieved, in some cases, by a simple apex nozzle change.