Briquetting Pressure Roles in Selective Reduction Process of Limonitic Nickel Laterite

Fakhreza Abdul*, Frederick Geovan Liris Limbong Rare, Setiyorini Yuli Setiyorini, Vuri Ayu Setyowati, Sungging Pintowantoro

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Abstract

Direct reduction is one of the methods used in nickel extraction from limonitic nickel laterite. Briquettes become an essential part of the direct reduction. This research examines the appropriate com-paction pressure of briquettes to achieve the optimum concentration, recovery of Ni and Fe, and selectivity factors also analyze the com-pounds formed. The briquettes were made at a pressure of 20 Kgf/cm2, 30 Kgf/cm2, 40 Kgf/cm2, and 50 Kgf/cm2. This study was performed out by mixing the prepared materials and then compacting them to form briquettes. Then, it was put into a crucible, and the coal-limestone bed mixture is added and put into the muffle furnace. Then, the direct reduction was started by heating at 700o C for 2 hours and continued at 1400o C for 6 hours. Next, it was continued with magnetic separation and weighing of the reduction products. The products were tested with SEM-EDX to determine the content. The products were tested with XRD to determine the compounds formed. The optimal results were obtained at variations of 30 Kgf/cm2 with a Ni content of 5.00% and Recovery of 86.76%.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationKey Engineering Materials
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
Pages3-9
Number of pages7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Publication series

NameKey Engineering Materials
Volume939
ISSN (Print)1013-9826
ISSN (Electronic)1662-9795

Keywords

  • Briquette
  • Direct Reduction
  • Laterite Nickel
  • Sustain Natural Resources

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