The quartz sand color separator tells you that the glass or drum below is covered by mud, sand or dust and other sundries. The upper camera can't compare the color difference with the lower background plate. In this state, the color separator can't normally separate materials. It must stop production and clean up the sundries on the glass or drum. The cleaning time will be very frequent, and the effective production time will be reduced, which directly affects the output or color separation effect 。
When the sundries on the glass are removed repeatedly, the transparent glass will soon become "ground glass", at this time, it is necessary to replace the new glass. First of all, the output per hour is related to the size, impurity content and expected effect of your quartz sand. If the particle size and impurity content are appropriate, the better the effect is, the smaller the output is. However, the effect has a good point, which will be determined by the technical personnel according to your requirements.
At present, the output of quartz sand in the whole industry is less than 10 tons per hour, which is certain. The unique physical and chemical characteristics of quartz sand make it play an important role in the aviation, aerospace, electronics, machinery and today's rapid development of IT industry, especially its internal molecular chain structure.
Crystal shape and lattice change law make it have high temperature resistance, small coefficient of thermal expansion, high insulation, corrosion resistance, piezoelectric effect, resonance effect and its unique optical characteristics, which play an increasingly important role in many high-tech products.
Glass: the main raw materials of flat glass, float glass, glass products (glass can, glass bottle, glass tube, etc.), optical glass, glass fiber, glass instrument, conductive glass, glass cloth and special ray proof glass, etc. Ceramics and refractories: raw materials for porcelain embryo and glaze, high silicon brick for kiln, common silicon brick and silicon carbide, etc. Metallurgy: raw materials, additives and fluxes of silicon metal, ferrosilicon alloy and silicon aluminum alloy.