Kaolin is a multi-genetic rock that contains kaolinite minerals in a quantity. The main minerals of kaolin are kaolinite and kaolinite. In addition to kaolinite minerals, clay minerals such as montmorillonite, illite and pyrophyllite are often associated with quartz, feldspar, iron minerals, titanium minerals, etc. Non-clay minerals and organic matter. Also known as “porcelain soil”, Guanyin soil, white mud, bentonite.
Kaolin Processing Equipment
The process by which kaolin is turned into products for industrial applications is extensive, requiring large capital investments in equipment and technology. The mining and processing of kaolin begins with exploration. Since kaolin quality varies widely from deposit to deposit – and even within the same deposit – most companies operate more than one mine. This allows them to extend their reserves by blending crude clays from different deposits to produce products suitable for a variety of applications. Once mined, the crude kaolin is hauled to a stockpile, where the processing journey begins. The equipment used for the processing of kaolin ultrafine powder is LUM vertical roller mill or MW ultrafine powder mill.
After being put into use, the operation is very good, the material stays in the mill for a short time, less repeated grinding, less iron content, high whiteness and clarity of the finished product, greatly reducing the production cost of our company and improving our economic benefits.