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Stratification (jig)  
TYPE
  • http://purl.org/net/provenance/ns#DataItem

DEFINITION
  • Jig: Gravity separation concentrator in which the pulp is subjected to an alternating vertical motion that is imparted: (1) either by an alternating liquid stream moved by a piston, a diaphragm, or any other device, through a fixed perforated plate. There are two compartments: one housing the piston, the diaphragm, or the compressed air, and the other where the actual concentration takes place; (2) or by altering vertical or inclined motion of the grate on which the feed is resting (e.g. Hancock jig).
DESCRIPTION
  • Jig: Gravity separation concentrator in which the pulp is subjected to an alternating vertical motion that is imparted: (1) either by an alternating liquid stream moved by a piston, a diaphragm, or any other device, through a fixed perforated plate. There are two compartments: one housing the piston, the diaphragm, or the compressed air, and the other where the actual concentration takes place; (2) or by altering vertical or inclined motion of the grate on which the feed is resting (e.g. Hancock jig).
IDENTIFIER
  • stratificationJig
TITLE
  • Stratification (jig)
URI
http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/ProcessingActivityTypeValue/stratificationJig
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