Aobote ore sorter breaks the Convention and only makes innovation
The physical separation of ore particles is achieved by means of the air jet generated by the nozzles arranged in a straight line. In addition to mineral characteristics, the sensor will also detect the size and location of each mineral particle. The air nozzle in this separation process will open within an accurate time range and automatically match the size of ore particles (up to 300 mm). The principle is to change the transmission trajectory of the "sprayed" ore particles through the air jet, so that these ore particles can be shunted to the splitting or separation plate. The "accepted" particles enter the chute along the original trajectory. It should be noted that the equipment should be set accurately, otherwise the "jet" flow may not play any sorting role.
For the sensor based ore separation, the key to its success also depends on the auxiliary process to a large extent. Only the granular raw ore with the size within the separation range can be separated and transmitted to the sensor, and distributed into a single layer on the whole system width (belt or chute). Removing excess fine minerals before the raw ore enters the sensor system can minimize the downtime of the equipment. It should be noted that the more fine-grained minerals (especially wet fine-grained minerals) exist, the more maintenance costs will be increased. For the production of fine-grained minerals, the typical solution is to collect fine-grained ores from the separation discharge room through vibrating screens and filter bags before entering the separation system. The surface based sensor system needs a complete water washing process to ensure that all surface characteristics are clearly visible.