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What is the difference between different flotation machine models?

Different models of flotation machines have variations in their structure and application.

Here are the main differences:

  1. KYF Type Flotation Machine:
    • Structure: U-shaped tank with a conical impeller and backward tilting blades.
    • Application: Suitable for large slurry handling capacity, low energy consumption, and efficient flotation.
  2. XCF Type Flotation Machine:
    • Structure: Similar to KYF, with an additional stator above the impeller to create a negative pressure area for self-absorption of slurry.
    • Application: Often used in combination with KYF to form a joint unit, with XCF serving as the slurry suction tank and KYF as the direct current tank.
  3. JJF Type Flotation Machine:
    • Structure: Shallow tank, small impeller diameter, and stator with an umbrella-shaped dispersion cover.
    • Application: Allows for the separation of the foam layer from the slurry while maintaining a smooth foam layer.
  4. SF Type Flotation Machine:
    • Structure: Forward tilt tank with a false bottom device for double-cycle slurry circulation.
    • Application: Can self-absorb air and slurry, suitable for the floatation of coarse mineral particles, and serves as a slurry tank or used in conjunction with other types of flotation machines.
  5. BF Type Flotation Machine:
    • Structure: Unique impeller design with double cone disks for strong downward circulation.
    • Application: Can self-absorb air and slurry, often used horizontally without requiring a pump for ore return.
  6. XHF Type Flotation Machine:
    • Structure: Inflatable mechanical agitation flotation machine, developed by Zoneding Mineral Machinery Co.
    • Application: Typically used as a suction tank along with the BSF type flotation machine.
  7. CLF Type Flotation Machine:
    • Structure: Available in DC tank and slurry suction tank options, with different impeller designs.
    • Application: Specifically designed for coarse particle mineral sorting, used individually or as a joint unit.

These models may have additional specific features or variations depending on the manufacturer. Users should consider factors such as energy efficiency, slurry handling capacity, and application requirements when selecting the appropriate flotation machine for their needs.

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