Wet grinding Ball Mill of energy saving machine
The ball mill is the key equipment to crush the material after it is broken.Aerated brick ball mill is widely used in cement, Portland products, new building materials, refractories, chemical fertilizers, black and non-ferrous metal dressing and glass ceramics and other production industries, for a variety of ores and other grindable materials dry or wet grinding.
Working principle of ball mill:
This machine is a horizontal cylindrical rotating device, with outer gear transmission. It is a two-compartment, lattice-type aerated brick ball mill.The material enters the first bin of the mill uniformly by the feeding device through the feeding hollow shaft screw. There are stepped lining plates or corrugated lining plates inside the bin, and steel balls of different specifications are installed. Centrifugal force is generated by the rotation of the barrel to bring the steel balls to a certain height and then they fall down, resulting in a heavy blow and grinding effect on the material.After the material reaches rough grinding in the first warehouse, it enters into the second warehouse through a single layer compartment board, which is inlaid with flat lining board and contains steel ball to further grind the material.The powder is discharged through the discharge grates to complete the grinding operation.
Structural features of aerated brick ball mill:
The machine is composed of feeding part, discharging part, rotary part, transmission part (reducer, pinion, motor, electric control) and other main parts.The hollow shaft is made of cast steel, the inner lining can be removed and replaced, the large rotary gear is made of casting hobbing, and the barrel is embedded with wear-resistant lining board, which has good wear resistance.The machine runs smoothly and reliably.
Note: According to the material and the way of discharging, you can choose the dry type ball mill or the wet type grid type ball mill.
Technical parameters of ball mill:
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