Q:What’s the Minimum Order Quantity of SIPX collector?
Q: How to Get Sample of copper collector?
A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time of Cas No: 140-93-2?
A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing of SIPX?
A: 180KG/plastic drum packing
Q: How About the SPIX of ZXCHEM?
A: Sodium Iso-propyl Xanthate (SIPX) is a chemical compound that finds applications in the mining industry, specifically in the flotation process. Here are some of its applications:
Mineral Flotation: SIPX is primarily used as a collector in the flotation of sulfide minerals, such as copper, lead, zinc, and nickel. It helps in selectively binding to the surface of sulfide minerals, enabling their separation from gangue minerals during the flotation process. SIPX enhances the hydrophobicity of the mineral particles, allowing them to attach to air bubbles and rise to the surface, forming a froth layer.
Copper Extraction: In copper mining operations, SIPX is commonly employed as a flotation reagent to recover copper minerals from their ores. It aids in the separation of copper sulfide minerals from other non-valuable minerals, facilitating the production of copper concentrate.
Lead and Zinc Recovery: SIPX is also used in the flotation of lead and zinc minerals. It assists in the separation of lead sulfide (galena) and zinc sulfide (sphalerite) from other minerals present in the ore. By selectively binding to these sulfide minerals, SIPX enables their recovery in the form of concentrates.
Nickel Processing: SIPX plays a crucial role in the flotation of nickel sulfide minerals, including pentlandite and pyrrhotite. By promoting the attachment of these minerals to air bubbles, it enables their separation from undesired minerals, leading to the production of nickel concentrate.