Dolomite crushing & processingDolomite can be used for building materials, ceramics, glass and refractories, chemicals and agriculture, environmental protection, energy and other fields. After dolomite milling processing, the dolomite sand can be 6-10 mesh, 10-20 mesh, 20-40 mesh, 40-80 mesh, 80-120 mesh; dolomite after grinding mill processing, the dolomite ultrafine powders can be 140 mesh, 325 mesh, 600 mesh, 1000 mesh, 1600 mesh.
Dolomite crushing & processing
Bulk dolomite material is first crushed by jaw crusher into small particles and by the elevator sent into the storage bin.
Dolomite materials under the action of centrifugal force scattered around the circle, and fall into the grinding ring raceway inner ring rollers to shock, roll rolling, grinding, after a three-ring road into a powder processing, high pressure air through the suction effect of the external air sucked into the machine, and the crushed material powder sent to a separator machine.
In the separator machine, the rotating impeller makes the crude material down back into the mill machine for regrinding, and the other parts powder which are meet the requirements will with the air into the cyclone powder collector, and finally by its lower exhaust discharge valve to get the final product, a small amount of air with fine dust after through the purification of pulse dust collector and exhaust by muffler and fan.
Dolomite crushing & processing APPLICATIONS
Dolomite is used as an ornamental stone, a concrete aggregate, a source of magnesium oxide and in the Pidgeon process for the production of magnesium. It is an important petroleum reservoir rock, and serves as the host rock for large strata-bound Mississippi Valley-Type (MVT) ore deposits of base metals such as lead, zinc, and copper. Where calcite limestone is uncommon or too costly, dolomite is sometimes used in its place as a flux for the smelting of iron and steel. Large quantities of processed dolomite are used in the production of float glass.
In horticulture, dolomite and dolomitic limestone are added to soils and soilless potting mixes as a pH buffer and as a magnesium source. Home and container gardening are common examples of this use.
Dolomite is also used as the substrate in marine (saltwater) aquariums to help buffer changes in pH of the water.