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600 t molybdenum ore production line


Output: 600t/d
Material: molybdenum ore
Features: steady running, excellent quality, environmentally friendly, cost-effective.
Equipment: vibrating feeder, belt conveyor, jaw crusher, hammer crusher, ore ball mill, spiral classifier, flotation machine, etc.


Crushing Stage

Large pieces of molybdenum ore are transported smoothly by vibrating feeder to jaw crusher for primary crushing.
After primary crushing, the molybdenum ore is fed into the hammer crusher for secondary crushing so that the particle size is more uniform.

Grinding Stage

At this stage, the crushed molybdenum ore goes into an ore ball mill for fine grinding.

Flotation Stage

In the flotation process, the corresponding reagent can be used together with equipment to achieve higher accuracy.

Classifying Stage

The spiral classifier is used in this production line to sort molybdenum ore. It has the advantages of high efficiency and excellent working effect.


hammer crushers agico
Hammer Crusher
jaw crusher agico
Jaw Crusher
ore ball mills
Ore Ball Mill
vibrating feeder agico
Vibrating Feeder


production line onsite 1
production line onsite 2

Clients from Guizhou ordered an AGICO molybdenum ore beneficiation production line in 2018. So far, we have regularly maintained the equipment and there has been no failure in the operation of the production line. The client gives us a high evaluation and recognition.

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Fair purchase price and low operating cost. It can help customers to create high profits.
Integrated structure design. This production line has a small footprint and saves foundation costs.
A high degree of intelligence. This production line adopts an intelligent control system to reduce fault occurrence and labor costs.
Environmental Friendly. It meets the requirements of environmental protection and ensures the sustainable development of later production.
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