A process for upgrading lowgrade magnetitecontaining iron ore with minimum fine grinding. The dry ore is first comminuted to between about threefourths inch and 10 mesh particle size and magnetically separated. The dry tailing is discarded and the concentrate is ground to between about 20 and 100 mesh and again subjected to dry magnetic separation.
The following are the common iron ore beneficiation technologies summarized by fodamon Engineers: Ⅰ. Magnetic ore. Single magnetite. Most of the iron minerals in single magnetite are magnetite, which has the longest history of mineral processing. Because of the simple composition of ore, weak magnetic separation is often used.