Rubber Flotation Stator and Rotor

Rubber Flotation Stator and Rotor Introduction

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Rubber Flotation Stator and Rotor

【Introduction】:

Rubber flotation rotor and stator is the center accessories of flotation machine, which skeleton is made of high quality steel material and wear layer is made of excellent rubber that is well in wear resistance, anticorrosion and oil resistant , and is compound formed by using high-performance adhesive with a special curing process. Rotor and stator produced by Xinhai has high wear resistance, impact resistance, tear resistance, and chemical stability. Unique skeletal structure and advanced liquid nanometer wear rubber production technology assembly composed of flotation stator and rotor.

【Features】:

Rotor and stator produced by Xinhai has high wear resistance, impact resistance, tear resistance, and chemical stability. The effect of wear resistance is 1.5 times the normal wear rubber. Light quality, easy handling, quick and easy maintenance. acid resistance, alkali resistance, oil resistance and long service life

Application

Rubber Flotation Stator and Rotor is mainly applied in metal and nonmetal flotation process.

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Our Goals:

"Providing comprehensive mining development solutions, manufacturing mining machinery products with advanced technology, environmental protection, high efficiency and energy saving technology, and achieving maximization value for global mining customers."

Our Vission:

"Based in China, Xinhai wants to be one of world top developers, manufacturers, service providers and engineering contractors of mining technology and mining machinery."

Case

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1,200T/D GOLD PROCESSING PROJECT OF BULSOWA IN TANZANIA

1,200t/d mineral processing plant of Bulsowa in Tanzania was an EPC project contracted by Xinhai, Xinhai provided thickening, leaching, desorption.

Species : gold ore

Capacity: 1200t/d

Process : adopts all-slime cyanidation process with thickening, leaching and desorption electrolysis process, dry tailings stacking