IRON ORE is suitable for tubular high resistance water distribution systems. In the three-layer filter, it is usually matched with anthracite filter material and quartz sand filter material. It is a good batching program, and has good adaptability to the improved filter layer and water distribution system. It is an indispensable filter for the multi-layer filter material. It has the advantage of a filtration rate of 30-40 m / h. Therefore, magnetite filter material is an important filter material. Common Size: 0.25~0.5mm 0.5~1.0mm 1.0~2.0mm 2.0~4.0mm 4.0~8.0mm 8.0~16.0mm 16.0~32.0mm
Iron ore with Fe Content 45-50% (on delivery terms of FOB Black Sea) Iron ore with Fe Content 55-59% (on delivery terms of FOB Black Sea) Test report of iron-containing raw materials No.1: Fe total - 46,21%, Fe2O3 - 65,2%, SiO2 - 31,98%, Al2O3 - 0,92%, P - 0,043%, FeO - 0,77%, CaO - 0,14%, MgO - 0,21%, TiO2 - 0,033%, MnO - 0,009%, S - 0,027%, Insoluble residue - 0,93%. No.2: Fe total - 50,56 %, Fe2O3 - 71,28%, SiO2 - 25,6%, Al2O3 - 1,05%, P - 0,039%, FeO - 0,90%, CaO - 0,17%, MgO - 0,14%, , TiO2 - 0,038%, MnO - 0,016%, S - 0,025%, Insoluble residue - 0,98%. No.3: Fe total - 55,49 %, Fe2O3 - 78,33%, SiO2 - 18,98%, Al2O3 - 0,80%, P - 0,045%, FeO - 0,90%, CaO - 0,13%, MgO - 0,21%, , TiO2 - 0,030%, MnO - 0,013%, S - 0,012%, Insoluble residue - 0,82%. No.4: Fe total - 59,84 %, Fe2O3 - 84,83%, SiO2 - 12,96%, Al2O3 - 0,65%, P - 0,055%, FeO - 0,64%, CaO - 0,11%, MgO - 0,17%, , TiO2 - 0,029%, MnO - 0,011%, S - 0,009%, Insoluble residue - 0,76%. Note: the chemical composition is given for reference and is not defective, with the exception of iron and is given for information.Iron ore from Ukraine with Fe content 59%. Fe total - 59,54%, Fe2O3 - 84,33%, SiO2 - 12,9%, Al2O3 - 1,01%, P - 0,012%, FeO - 0,71%, CaO - 0,14%, MgO - 0,22%, TiO2 - 0,035%, MnO - 0,025%, S - 0,01%, insoluble residue - 0,87%. Iron ore from Ukraine with Fe content 57%. Fe total - 57,3%, Fe2O3 - 79,9%, SiO2 - 15,0%, Al2O3 - 1,34%, P - 0,027%, FeO - 1,81%, CaO - 0,17%, MgO - 0,27%, TiO2 - 0,056%, MnO - 0,037%, S - 0,013%, insoluble residue - 1,81%. Note: the chemical composition is given for reference and is not defective, with the exception of iron and is given for information.
Iron Ore 62% -63% Fines and Lump >=10000 Metric Tons US$ 90.00 Lead Time : Quantity(Metric Tons) 1 - 50000 >500000 Est. Time(days) 30 Negotiable
Ulsan mine produced the iron ore minerals of magnetite, arsenopyrite, and scheelite in 1992, and serpentine was developed from 1977 to 2002. The soils of the mine were contaminated by heavy metals such as As, Zn, Ni, and Cd. Heavy metals of Ni and Zn came mostly from serpentinite, and As was derived mainly from arsenopyrite in the scan-type iron ore body. As, Zn, and Ni were major contaminants, but Cd was a minor contaminant on a basis of Korean standard. The heavy metals in the deep depth (>5m) came from the host rocks, and those in the shallow depth (<5m) were derived from the organicmineral complexation soil. The remediation plan was a soil washing for highly contaminated soils and the containment of clay materials for less contaminated soils. Even though the remediation methods were successful, the continuous monitoring and the analysis of monitoring data are still necessary for the conservation of soil and groundwater around the study area.
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