Rotary Washing Scrubber2018-08-20T14:18:47+00:00

Project Description

Rotary Washing Scrubber

Rotary washing scrubber is an autogenous rotating drum scrubber, utilizing pebbles and rocks within the feed source to fracture and disintegrate clay, agglomerates and soft oxides.

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Description & Technical Data

The scrubber rotates slowly, similar to a giant washing machine. It churns the fines and oversize and water together, vigorously breaking up the soil matrix as well as liberating the target mineral from tough clay, schist’s and rock.

Features

·         Designed to break up alluvial gravels, clays and sand;

·         High capacity and high power scrubbing;

·         The long drum of the scrubber retains material for longer, more vigorous washing for complete separation;

·         Thickening type steel plate for the drum;

·         Heavy duty bearing, gear and roller;

·         Wearable screen at the exit of drum for screening;

·         One high output electrical motor driving a gear system providing efficient torque;

·         Adjustable rotary speed;

·         The water with high pressure flushed the inwall of drum;

·         Can accept material up to 230mm.

Technical Data

Model

Drum Size (m)

Screen mesh (mm)Feeding size  (mm)

Water pressure (Mpa)

water required (M3/t)

Capacity

(T/h)

speed

(r/min)

Power

(Kw)

Weight

(T)

RXT1030 Φ1.0×3.0 ≥5 ≤100 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 6-10 25~28 15.0 4.8
RXT1230 Φ1.2×3.0 ≥5 ≤100 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 10-15 23~25 18.5 5.8
RXT1545 Φ1.5×4.5 ≥5 ≤150 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 15-25 18~22 30.0 6.9
RXT1560 Φ1.5×6.0 ≥5 ≤150 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 20-50 18~22 37.0 8.3
RXT1845 Φ1.8×4.5 ≥5 ≤170 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 50-80 20~21 45.0 11.8
RXT1860 Φ1.8×6.0 ≥5 ≤170 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 80-100 20~21 45.0 12.8
 RXT2060 Φ2.0×6.0 ≥5 ≤210 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 100-120 19~20 55.0 14.8
 RXT2265 Φ2.2×6.5 ≥5 ≤230 0.4~0.5 1.5~4 120-150 19~20 55.0 16.5

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