Cone Grid Ball Mill

2016-06-23 Xinhai Views (1263)

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Traditional grid ball mill has disadvantages such as grinding mineral granularity coarser, large energy consumption, so the cost of grinding. In order to reduce the grinding cost of users, many great ball mill manufacturers committed to transforming the structure of the grid ball mill performance. At this point, Xinhai manufacture cone grate ball mill is worthy of praise. The following is a brief introduction about cone grid ball mill produced by Xinhai.

Working theory of one grid ball mill: the main component is a cylinder with diameter and length at a reasonable proportion. Materials fed from the inlet and ground in the cylinder and go to the outlet. The pressure pushes materials to the outlet and the fine grade materials flow out and the big grade materials and steel balls are sent to the cylinder.

Differentiation between cone grid ball mill and common grid ball mill.

The barrel of common grid ball mill is a cylinder but that of cone grid ball mill is not, for the first half part is a cylinder and the latter part is that the materials and steel balls can be classified. The closer it gets to the discharge end, the smaller the diameter of the steel ball, can strengthen the steel ball and material grinding, the grinding finer mineral particle size.

Adopt large double row self-aligning bearing, can reduce friction and turn on becomes easier, and can save energy to 20%~30%.

Cone grid ball mill is suitable for both various concentrator and finer than other grid ball mill in grinding, lower energy consumption, make lower grinding cost, cone grid ball mill designed and produced by Xinhai already make up most of the grate ball mill market at home and abroad.



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