Processes

Innovative and custom made solutions for process technology of industrial materials.

DENSITY SORTING

GOSAG DENSIMETRIC TABLES

Equipment for dry separation of two materials with different real density. High and efficient performance.

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OPERATING PRINCIPLE

Densimetric separation by dry route is obtained on an inclined treatment base and equipped with vibratory movement. The permeable base is crossed by an ascending air current, obtaining a double effect on the material to be treated.

Lower density products float without contact with the base and slide to the bottom thanks to the slope inclination.

The higher density products are in contact with the base and are pushed to the top thanks to the vibration.

The greater the difference in density of the products, the broader the granulometric ranges achievements during treatment.

MOGENSEN Spain has a test facility ready to perform tests to guarantee the desired performances, efficiencies and capacities.

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SIZE SORTING

MOGENSEN SIZERS

Equipment for the classification of all types of bulk materials by vibration. Its multi-deck design achieves reliable and accurate separations with low power consumption.

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OPERATING PRINCIPLE

The MOGENSEN sizer uses up to 6 meshes staggered by levels, allowing to obtain up to 7 different products depending on the granulometric curve. The meshes are mounted on a metal structure with variable vibrations according to amplitude and shape, depending on the classification to be made.

Mesh lights progressively decrease from top to bottom as their slope increases. This allows for a quick vertical flow of the material through the fabrics, thus achieving high capacities.
In addition, the blinding and wear caused by conventional sizers, where a thick layer of material slowly advances along the entire length of the mesh, are considerably reduced. In this way, MOGENSEN screens are able to successfully treat fine, wet, sticky products, etc.

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SANDWASHING PROCESSES

SANDWASHING PLANTS

Equipment developed to wash sands and recover most of the water used in these processes.

Distribution plant for the installation of grading and washing of natural aggregates.

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DISTRIBUTION PLANT FOR INSTALLATION OF CLASSIFICATION AND WASHING OF NATURAL AGGREGATES.

Structure of a washing plant:

1. Collection of the all-in-one via hopper with flow regulation through a feeder.
2. Separation and washing of the different particle size fractions in irrigated sizers.
3. Collection of the gravel and other fractions, by means of tapes or directly between walls underneath the sizer.
4. Washing and draining of the sand pulp and water passing through the lower sizer mesh. The best way to carry out this washing step is via a hydrocyclone with drainer. The result is, on the one hand, the washed and drained sand and, on the other, the dirty water resulting from the process.
5. Collection of the drained sand by means of a ribbon, generally rotating.
6. Clarification of the dirty clay water and filler in a decanter or clarifier with the help of a flocculant solution. There are two objectives in this stage: recovering as much water as possible in the process and concentrating the sludge produced to reduce the volume to be occupied in the storage basins, and/or optimize the size of the filter press.

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WASHING GROUPS.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE

1. Water pulp and dirty sand feeding to the tank.
2. Pumping stage from the main tank to the cyclone.
3. Cycloning stage of the pulp (separation of sand and clay or filler).
4. Inlet of water and clay from the cyclone into the secondary tank for automatic regulation of the level of the main tank, using a buoy system.
5. Clean sand draining from the cyclone.
6. Outflow of water and clay or filler from the secondary tank to the settling.
7. Exit of the washed sand through a gutter towards storage.

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