THE MAGNETITE ORE PROCESSING PROJECT IN GUA MUSANG, MALAYSIA

Processed Material:  Magnetite Ore

Mine Method:   Surface

Product Size:   0-10,10-50mm

Work Time:   10h

Ore Density:   2.6t/m³

Capacity:   4500t/d

Grade:   53.8%

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