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Then tantalite powder will be transported into industrial tantalum machine to get tantalum. Finally, the tantalite slurry will be pumped to the flotation deck with the fine sulfide ore (~-0.5 mm) going to froth flotation cells for recovery of tantalite powder.The pulverizing tantalite ore in the roller ball mill or vertical roller grinding mill or raymond mill, will be grinded into tantalite powder about 0.2 mm with the grinder roll, grinding ring and steal balls (iron shots). The grinded tantalite powder will be look like tantalite slurry.

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It can cut transportation costs because materials can be shipped without additional liquid weight. Dry grinding offers many potential cost savings.Dry grind processing is ideal for products with particle size specifications of 2-3 microns average or larger.

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