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Cone Crusher

Cone Crusher

Cone crushers are also known as cone breakers. Compressive strength of cone crusher is no more than 250MPa.

Production capacity:12-1000t/h

Cone diameter:600-2200mm

Feeding size:35-300mm

Applied Materials:  Granite, basalt, quartz stone, iron ore, pebbles, green stone, copper ore and limestone.

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Hematite is an iron oxide mineral. It is non-magnetic and has colour variations ranging from steel silver to reddish brown. Pure mineral hematite contains 69.9% iron. It has been the dominant iron ore mined in Australia since the early 1960s and approximately 96% of Australia's iron ore exports are high-grade hematite, most of which has been mined from deposits in the Hamersley province in Western Australia. The Brockman Iron Formation in the Hamersley province contains significant examples of high-grade hematite iron ore deposits

Magnetite is another iron oxide mineral. It is generally black and highly magnetic, the latter property aiding in the beneficiation of magnetite ores. Mineral magnetite contains 72.4% iron, which is higher than hematite but the presence of impurities results in lower ore grade, making it more costly to produce the concentrates used in steel smelters. Magnetite mining is an emerging industry in Australia with large deposits being developed in the Pilbara and mid-West regions of Western Australia, and in South Australia

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High-grade hematite ore is referred to as direct shipping ore (DSO) because after it is mined, the ores go through a relatively simple crushing and screening process before being exported for use in steelmaking. Australia's hematite DSO from the Hamersley region in Western Australia averages from 56% to 62% iron. Like hematite ores, magnetite ores require initial crushing and screening, but undergo a second stage of processing that relies on the magnetic properties of the ore and involves magnetic separators to extract the magnetite and produce a concentrate

Further processing involves the agglomeration and thermal treatment of the concentrate to produce pellets that can be used directly in blast furnaces, or in direct reduction steel-making plants. The pellets contain 65% to 70% iron, which is a higher iron grade than the hematite DSO currently being exported from the Hamersley region. Additionally, when compared to hematite DSO, the magnetite pellets contain lower levels of impurities, particularly phosphorous, sulfer and aluminium. These pellets are premium products that attract higher prices from steel makers, offsetting the higher costs of their production

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