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MECHANICAL FLOTATION

A term used in the mineral industry to describe the use of dispersed air to produce bubbles that measure 0.2 to 2 mm in diameter. This process works by releasing small bubbles into the air that is immersed in the froth over the machine pulp. The mineral engrossed froth which possesses the concentrate is cleansed through automatic scrapers. Once these values have been fixed then the cell is made clean.