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Efficient magnetic separation offseted the poor settleability and filterability of the precipitate. After magnetic separation of iron residue, the nickel solution was qualified and the dried iron residue contained more than 52% Fe and less than 0.6% Ni, indicating a promising alternative process for treatment of bulky residues of iron precipitate.


Nickel is mainly used as f erronickel in stainless steel production industry. Its usage as low grade ferronickel or nickel pig iron (NP!) in stainless steel production is a relatively new trend to ... the slags were separated by using magnetic separation process. Magnetic parts were added to the metallic phase for re-smelting. General flowchart ...


In this study, segregation roasting and magnetic separation are used to extract nickel from a garnierite laterite ore. The garnierite laterite ore containing 0.72% Ni, 0.029% Co, 8.65% Fe, 29.66% MgO, and 37.86% SiO2 was collected in the Mojiang area of China. Garnierite was the Ni-bearing mineral; the other main minerals were potash feldspar, forsterite, tremolite, …


nickel by calcination-magnetic separation method was studied. In order to determine the components and elements of the sample, to recognize the main and minor minerals and their bond, and phase transformation caused by thermal treatment, Chemical analysis (XRF and ICP), microscopic studies and XRD analysis were done, respectively. ...


The main finding of this work was that magnetic separation is effective in recovering 48% of nickel from laterite, increasing the Ni grade in the recovered product from 1.5% to 2.9%, when prior to ...


MAGNETIC SEPARATION Based on magnetic behavior matrial can be classified as" 1. Ferromagnetic –very strong magnetic susceptibility- iron, nickel and cobalt. 2. Paramagnetic –weak magnetic susceptibility – a) Weakly magnetic b) Strongly magnetic 3. Diamagnetic particles –repelled by magnet 4. Non magnetic


The reduction and magnetic separation of low-grade nickel laterite was studied at varing temperatures between 1325–1400°C and a weak magnetic field of 100 mT in order to acquire high grade concentrations. The influence of reduction temperature, percentage of CaO, and atomic ratio of C/O (carbon/oxygen) were investigated.


A number of physical separation techniques for nickel (Ni) laterites have been investigated at laboratory and pilot plant scale and reported in the open literature. These included sink–float (or dense media) separation, gravity separation, magnetic separation, electrostatic separation, (roasting) and flotation. ... The results obtained using ...


In this paper, a novel process for beneficiation of metallic iron from nickel leaching residue and preparation of ceramsite from tailings by direct reduction–magnetic separation process is reported. The optimal conditions for direct reduction process were 1100 °C roasting temperature, 120 min duration, and 30 wt.% reductant dosage. The reduced sample was …


This study investigated the deep removal of complex nickel from simulated wastewater using magnetic separation and magnetic seed recycling. Nano-magnetite (Fe 3 O 4) was used as the magnetic seed.The flocculant applied was N,N-bis-(dithiocarboxy) ethanediamine (EDTC), a highly efficient heavy metal chelating agent included in dithiocarbamate (DTC).


Trans. Nonferrous Met. Soc. China 23(2013) 3421 3427 Utilization of nickel slag using selective reduction followed by magnetic separation Jian PAN, Guo-lin ZHENG, De-qing ZHU, Xian-lin ZHOU School of Minerals Processing and Bioengineering, Central South University, Changsha 410083, China Received 8 October 2012; accepted 30 January 2013 Abstract: In …


The production of ferronickel concentrate from low-grade nickel laterite ore containing 1.31% nickel (Ni) was studied by the non-melting reduction magnetic separation process. The sodium chloride was used as additive and coal as a reductant. The effects of roasting temperature, roasting duration, reductant dosage, additive dosage, and grinding time …


Abstract: In this study, segregation roasting and magnetic separation are used to extract nickel from a garnierite laterite ore. The garnierite laterite ore containing 0.72% Ni, 0.029% Co, 8.65% Fe, 29.66% MgO, and 37.86% SiO2 was collected in the Mojiang area of China. Garnierite was the Ni-bearing


Low-grade saprolite nickel laterite, characterized by complicated minerals composition and fine-grained and complex dissemination, was commonly treated with a low recovery efficiency of Ni and Fe by conventional methods. Hence, an improved direct reduction and magnetic separation process was proposed. Meanwhile, the mechanisms on the …


Abstract: The process of deep reduction and magnetic separation was proposed to enrich nickel and iron from laterite nickel ores. Results show that nickel–iron concentrates with nickel grade of 6.96%, nickel recovery of 94.06%, iron grade of 34.74%, and iron recovery of 80.44% could be obtained after magnetic separation under the conditions of


The target of the current work is to investigate the possibility of nickel recovery from EAF slag by magnetic separation. To meet the target, the effect of the following parameters was studied ...


magnetic separation with and without roasting) have been investigated which confirm the complex mineralogy being a major factor dithering Ni upgradation (Whittington and


recover nickel while iron remained in residual solid. The Vibrating Sample Magnetometer measured the magnetic properties of the ore, as a fundamental of magnetic separation. Magnetic separation was carried out using a Davis Tube Tester. The effect of pretreatments on the magnetization and magnetic separation were investigated.


Abstract In this study, magnesia–nickel silicate ore was investigated, which contained 0.83% Ni and antigorite, chlorite, magnetite (Fe3O4), quartz, and mica as the main minerals. Chloride roasting and magnetic separation were used to treat the ore.


In this paper, a novel process for beneficiation of metallic iron from nickel leaching residue and preparation of ceramsite from tailings by direct reduction–magnetic separation process is reported.


A magnetic separation technique has been conducted to recycle the nickel (Ni) element from the waste fluid of electroless Ni plating processes. The experiment was operated using the face-to-face type electromagnet generating 1.96 T and the data was compared to those in the case of the high temperature superconducting bulk magnet which generates ...


Weak magnetic separation on a sample of <2 mm limonitic material upgraded to Ni content of the magnetic fraction from a feed assay of 1.12–1.575% Ni at an upgrade of 29%. Gravity separation using a Table followed by magnetic separation upgraded feed material at 0.89–1.08%, an upgrade of 20% at a mass recovery of 57%.


Magnetic 1 separation Nickel Leaching PTFE AgNO 3 Electrolysis Silver 1 ... Magnetic separation has been increasingly used since the beginning of the 20th century. Its most important field of application is iron ore processing, as strong magnetic magnetite is …


Ferronickel enrichment and extraction from nickel laterite ore were studied through reduction and magnetic separation. Reduction experiments were performed using hydrogen and carbon monoxide as reductants at different temperatures (700–1000°C). Magnetic separation of the reduced products was conducted using a SLon-100 cycle pulsating magnetic separator …


The magnetic separation efficiency of nickel from the laterite ore was evaluated using the recovery ratio of nickel R ni using the formula: (1) R Ni = m Ni × β Ni M Ni × γ Ni × 100 % where m Ni is the mass of the magnetic product, g; β Ni is the nickel content in the magnetic product, wt.%; M Ni is the mass of the reduction product, g ...