hardinge conical mill capacity

hardinge conical mill capacity

The following conclusions on the work of the Hardinge mill are based on data furnished to the writer by the Hardinge Conical Mill Co. in the form of the mesh cards hereto appended. Energy units (E. U.) and relative mechanical efficiencies (R. M. E.) are computed by the volume method of Stadler. Screen apertures used are the average apertures of testing screens of the meshes given.

Card 122. June 28, 1912. Vipond Porcupine Mines Co., Ltd., Schumacher, Ont., Canada. Ore from mill bin. Gangue, quartz and basalt. 4.5 ft. by 13 in. ball mill, Capacity, 48 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 4,000 lb. balls. Speed, 33 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 15 to 17. Water, 100 per cent, by weight. (50 per cent. ?) Product deslimed and oversize reground in pebble mill, see Card 113. Feed to mill through 2-in. mesh.

Card 107. Jan. 30, 1912. Miami Copper Co., Miami, Ariz. Material from mill bin. Gangue, siliceous porphyry. 6 ft. by 16 in. ball mill. Capacity, 351 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 4 tons balls. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 35 net. Water, 50 per cent, (approx.). Elevation of feed end, 2 in. Consumption of balls, 0.578 lb. per ton of ore crushed. Feed to mill through 1.5-in. mesh.

Card 155. Aug. 3, 1914. Britannia Mining & Smelting Co., Britannia Beach, B. C., Canada. Jig tailing. Gangue quartzose, very hard, 6 ft. by 16 in. ball mill. Capacity, 251 tons per 24 hr., average of six tests. Charge, 8,200 lb. of 2-in. cast-iron balls. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 38 to 40. Water, 40 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0 Consumption of balls, 0.72 lb. per ton of ore. Lining in first-class condition after 3 months run. This mill is taking pebble mill feed (all through -in. aperture), but using small balls instead of pebbles as a grinding medium. Those data are, therefore, not included in the averages in Table II.

Card 192. Nov. 17, 1914. McIntyre Porcupine Mines, Schumacher, Ont., Canada. Quartz and schist. 6 ft. by 16 in. ball mill. Capacity, 150 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 8,000 lb. of balls. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 36. Water, 50 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 1.25 in. Consumption of balls, 0.5 lb., per ton of ore ground. Feed to mill through 2-in. mesh.

Card 156. June 25, 1914. McIntyre Porcupine Mines, Schumacher, Ont., Canada. Quartz and schist, hard. 6 ft. by 16 in. ball mill. Capacity, 150 tons per 24 hr., average of nine months. Charge, 4 tons of balls. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 36. Water, 1.5 tons KCN solution to 1 ton of dry ore. Elevation of feed end, 1.25 in. Consumption of balls, 0.5 lb. per ton of ore. Feed to mill through 2-in. mesh.

Card 191. Sept. 14, 1914. Buckhorn Mines Co., Buckhorn, Nev. Soft talcose gold ore. Gangue, decomposed porphyry and basalt. 6 ft. by 16 in. ball mill. Capacity, 160 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 8,000 lb. of balls. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 33.25 input to motor. Water, 4 to 1. Elevation of feed, end, 1.5 in. Consumption of balls, 0.45 lb. per ton of ore. Feed to mill through 1.5-in. mesh.

Card 121. Bunker Hill & Sullivan Mining & Concentrating Co., Kellogg, Idaho. Middling from 3-mm. jigs and tables. , Gangue, quartzite and siderite. 6 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 60.3 tons per 24 hr. Speed, 32 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 16 (?). Water, not taken. Previous test gave 75 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0.5 in. Pebble load, 4,000 lb. (?). Feed to mill through 3-mm. mesh.

Card 113; June 28, 1912. Vipond Porcupine Mines Co., Ltd., Schumacher, Ont., Canada. Oversize of Colbath classifier. Gangue, quartz and basalt. 6 ft. by 72 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 40 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 9,000 lb. of pebbles. Speed, 27 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 30. Water, 50 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0. Product deslimed and oversize returned.

Card 108. Jan. 30, 1912. Miami Copper Co., Miami, Ariz. Product from 16 by 42 in. rolls. Gangue, altered schist. 8 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 101 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 10,000 lb. of pebbles. Speed, 27 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 36. Water, 63 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 1.5 in. Product desired to pass 30 mesh with a minimum of slime. Feed through -in. mesh.

Card 80. Aug. 16, 1911. Miami Copper Co., Miami, Ariz. Product from 16 by 42 in. rolls. Gangue, altered schist. 8 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 180 tons, per 24 hr. Charge, 10,000 lb. of pebbles. Speed, 27 rev. per minute, Horsepower, 36. Water, 60 to 65 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 1.5 in. Product desired to pass 30 mesh with a minimum of slime.

Card 109. Federal Mining & Smelting Co., Wallace, Idaho. Middling from jigs. Gangue, quartzite and siderite. 8 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 110 to 115 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 10,000 lb. of pebbles. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 35.8 net. Water, 60 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0. Consumption of pebbles, 2 lb, per ton. Silex lining, life 13 months. Feed to mill through 3/16-in. mesh.

Card 75. Sept. 7 to 9, 1911. Federal Mining & Smelting Co., Wallace, Idaho. Coarse Wilfley middling. Gangue, quartzite and siderite. 8 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 99.36 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 5 tons of pebbles (approx.) Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 35.3 net. Water, 55 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0. Consumption of pebbles, 1.5 to 2 lb. per ton Feed to mill through 5-mm. mesh.

Card 136. Federal Mining & Smelting Co., Wallace, Idaho. Jig middling. Gangue, quartzite. 8 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 111.5 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 5 tons of pebbles. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 35.3. Water, 71.8 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 2 in. Consumption of pebbles, 2 lb. per ton. Feed to mill through 4 mesh.

Card 150. Sept. 8, 1913. Vieille Montagne Zinc Co., Cumberland, England. Zinc-lead ore. Gangue, siliceous limestone. 8 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 120 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 3 tons of pebbles. Speed, 29.5 rev. per minute. Elevation of feed end, 4 in. Feed to mill through -in. mesh.

Card 34. Nov. 2, 1910. Calumet & Hecla Mining Co., Lake Linden, Mich. Tailing from jigs. Gangue, Lake conglomerate. 8 ft. by 22 in. pebble mill. Capacity 40 to 45 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 3 tons of pebbles. Speed, 27 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 34 to 37. Water, 40 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0. Consumption of pebbles, 2 lb. per ton of ore. Feed to mill through -in. mesh.

Card 135. Oct. 26,1912. Federal Mining & Smelting Co., Morning, Idaho. Wilfley middling. Gangue, quartzite. 7* ft. by 12 ft. tube mill. Capacity, 124 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 9 tons of pebbles. Speed, 22.25 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 86. Water, 58.8 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0. Consumption of pebbles, 4 to 5 lb. per ton of ore.,

Apparently the ball mill does more work per unit of power input than the pebble mill, while the pebble milk is, in the same way, more efficient than the tube mill in the one instance cited. Nos. 107 and 142 show the effect of overloading the mill. The relative mechanical efficiencies in these two cases are raised above the average at the expense of the character of the product.

Card 33. Nov. 3, 1910. Copper Range Consolidated, Freda, Mich. Tailing from jigs. Gangue, Lake amygdaloid. 8 ft. by 30 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 65 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 5 tons of pebbles. Speed, 28 rev. per minute. Water, 64 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 1 in. Consumption of pebbles, 2.5 lb. per ton of ore. Feed to mill through -in. mesh.

Card 142. Oct. 9, 1913. Arizona Copper Co., Morenci, Ariz. Screened roll product. Gangue, porphyry. 8 ft. by 36 in. pebble mill. Capacity, 208 tons per 24 hr. Charge, 10,500 lb. of pebbles. Speed, 29 rev. per minute. Horsepower, 55. Water, 59 per cent. Elevation of feed end, 0. Consumption of pebbles, 2.4 lb. per ton. Feed to mill through -in. mesh.

winston gold updates progress at paradine mill facility | winston gold corp

winston gold updates progress at paradine mill facility | winston gold corp

WINNIPEG, MB / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2021 / Winston Gold Corp. (Winston Gold or the Corporation) (CSE:WGC)(OTCQB:WGMCF)is pleased to announce that it currently has 30 tons of flotation concentrate ready for shipment to a refinery. An additional 10 tons of concentrate will be ready to ship once necessary upgrades are completed at the Paradine Mill Facility, near Radersburg Montana.

Until Winston leased the Paradine mill, it lay idle for 20 years, commented Murray Nye, CEO and Director of Winston Gold Mines. The overall advantages of renovating an old mill significantly outweigh building and permitting a new one. In just eight months, we have completed numerous upgrades to make the Paradine mill reliable and efficient.

It was recently discovered that the trunnion bearings in the ball mill needed to be replaced. This will keep the mill out of operation for about 30 days. Winston Gold will take advantage of this down-time to continue to streamline the mill by inspecting and repairing minor issues that have been identified with the primary flotation cells and the installation of a set of cleaner cells to further improve gold and silver recoveries.

About the Paradine Mill Facility The Paradine Mill located just 35 miles (56 km) by paved road from the Companys wholly owned Winston Gold project which is situated near Helena, Montana. The Mill has a nameplate capacity of 150 tons per day and hosts a ball milling circuit as well as both a gravity and flotation circuit. A new lined settling pond has been constructed for tailings disposal with a 35,000-ton capacity and two additional ponds are also being built.

Qualified Person The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by Dr. Criss Capps PhD. P.Geol., an independent consultant to Winston Gold Corp. Dr. Capps is a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

About Winston Gold Winston Gold is a junior mining company focused on advancing high-grade, low-cost mining opportunities into production. Towards that end, the Corporation has acquired the under-explored and under-exploited Winston Gold project near Helena, Montana.

The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the information contained herein. This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the U.S. Securities Act), or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

Forward-Looking Information This release includes certain statements that may be deemed forward-looking statements. All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address events or developments that Winston Gold Mining Corp. (the Company) expects to occur, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words expects, plans, anticipates, believes, intends, estimates, projects, potential and similar expressions, or that events or conditions will, would, may, could or should occur. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include regulatory actions, market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of the Companys management on the date the statements are made. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that managements beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

For more information, please visitwww.winstongoldmining.com; or contact: Murray Nye, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Winston Gold Suite 201-919 Notre Dame Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 0M8 Telephone: (204) 989-2434 E-mail:[email protected]

winston gold updates progress at paradine mill facility

winston gold updates progress at paradine mill facility

WINNIPEG, MB / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2021 / Winston Gold Corp. ("Winston Gold" or the "Corporation") (CSE:WGC)(OTCQB:WGMCF) is pleased to announce that it currently has 30 tons of flotation concentrate ready for shipment to a refinery. An additional 10 tons of concentrate will be ready to ship once necessary upgrades are completed at the Paradine Mill Facility, near Radersburg Montana.

"Until Winston leased the Paradine mill, it lay idle for 20 years, commented Murray Nye, CEO and Director of Winston Gold Mines. "The overall advantages of renovating an old mill significantly outweigh building and permitting a new one. In just eight months, we have completed numerous upgrades to make the Paradine mill reliable and efficient."

It was recently discovered that the trunnion bearings in the ball mill needed to be replaced. This will keep the mill out of operation for about 30 days. Winston Gold will take advantage of this down-time to continue to streamline the mill by inspecting and repairing minor issues that have been identified with the primary flotation cells and the installation of a set of cleaner cells to further improve gold and silver recoveries.

About the Paradine Mill Facility The Paradine Mill located just 35 miles (56 km) by paved road from the Company's wholly owned Winston Gold project which is situated near Helena, Montana. The Mill has a nameplate capacity of 150 tons per day and hosts a ball milling circuit as well as both a gravity and flotation circuit. A new lined settling pond has been constructed for tailings disposal with a 35,000-ton capacity and two additional ponds are also being built.

Qualified Person The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by Dr. Criss Capps PhD. P.Geol., an independent consultant to Winston Gold Corp. Dr. Capps is a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

About Winston Gold Winston Gold is a junior mining company focused on advancing high-grade, low-cost mining opportunities into production. Towards that end, the Corporation has acquired the under-explored and under-exploited Winston Gold project near Helena, Montana.

The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the information contained herein. This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act"), or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

Forward-Looking Information This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address events or developments that Winston Gold Mining Corp. (the "Company") expects to occur, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words "expects", "plans", "anticipates", "believes", "intends", "estimates", "projects", "potential" and similar expressions, or that events or conditions "will", "would", "may", "could" or "should" occur. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include regulatory actions, market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of the Company's management on the date the statements are made. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management's beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

For more information, please visit www.winstongoldmining.com; or contact: Murray Nye, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Winston Gold Suite 201-919 Notre Dame Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 0M8 Telephone: (204) 989-2434 E-mail: [emailprotected]

wet grid ball mill

wet grid ball mill

Grid ball mill is widely used in smashing all kinds of ores and other materials, ore dressing and national economic departments like building and chemical industries etc. The size of ore shall not exceed 65mm and the best feed size is under 6mm. The effect in this job is better than coarse grinding. Grid ball mill consists of the shell, feeding part, discharging part, main bearing, lubricating system, driving system and other parts. There is wearing a liner inside the shell, and both ends of the shell are provided with a flange. The end cover of the mill is connected with the flange plate. The feeding part consists of the head, trunnion and feeding device. The discharge part includes the grid plate, head, and discharge trunnion.

Wet Grid ball mill is mainly used for mixing and grinding materials in two types: dry grinding and wet grinding .It has advantages of fineness uniformity and power saving. The machine uses different types of liner to meet different customer needs. The grinding fineness of material can be controlled by grinding time. The electro-hydraulic machine is auto-coupled and decompressed to reduce the starting current, and its structure is divided into integral type and independent type.

Compared with similar products,Wet Grid ball mill has the characteristics of low investment, low energy consumption, novel structure, simple operation, stable and reliable performance. It is suitable for mixing and grinding ordinary and special materials. The users can choose the right type, liner and medium type by considering the specific gravity, hardness, yield and other factors. The grinding medium is Wet Grid ball.

1.The ball mill is composed of a horizontal cylinder, a hollow shaft for feeding and discharging, and a grinding head. The main body is a long cylinder made of steel. The cylinder is provided with an abrasive body, and the steel lining plate is fixed to the cylinder body. The grinding body is generally a steel ball and is loaded into the cylinder according to different diameters and a certain proportion, and the grinding body can also be used with a steel section.

2.According to the particle size of the grinding material, the material is loaded into the cylinder by the hollow shaft of the wet grid ball mill feeding end. When the ball mill cylinder rotates, the grinding body acts on the cylinder liner due to the action of inertia and centrifugal force and friction. It is carried away by the cylinder. When it is brought to a certain height, it is thrown off due to its own gravity. The falling abrasive body crushes the material in the cylinder like a projectile.

3.The material is uniformly fed into the first chamber of the mill by the feeding device through the hollow shaft of the feeding material. The chamber has a step liner or a corrugated liner, and various steel balls are loaded therein. The rotation of the cylinder generates centrifugal force to bring the steel ball to a certain extent. The height drops and then hits and grinds the material. After the material reaches the rough grinding in the first bin, it enters the second bin through the single-layer partition plate. The bin is embedded with a flat liner with steel balls inside to further grind the material. The powder is discharged through the discharge raft to complete the grinding operation.

The main function of the steel ball in the ball mill is to impact crush the material and also play a certain grinding effect. Therefore, the purpose of grading steel balls is to meet the requirements of these two aspects. The quality of the crushing effect directly affects the grinding efficiency, and ultimately affects the output of the ball mill. Whether the crushing requirement can be achieved depends on whether the grading of the steel ball is reasonable, mainly including the size of the steel ball, the number of ball diameters, and the ball of various specifications. Proportion and so on.

The ball mill is composed of the main part such as a feeding part, a discharging part, a turning part, a transmission part (a reduction gear, a small transmission gear, a motor, and electric control). The hollow shaft is made of cast steel, the inner lining can be replaced, the rotary large gear is processed by casting hobbing, and the barrel is embedded with wear-resistant lining, which has good wear resistance. The machine runs smoothly and works reliably.

winston gold updates progress at paradine mill facility - marketwatch

winston gold updates progress at paradine mill facility - marketwatch

April 21, 2021 (ACCESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- WINNIPEG, MB / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2021 / Winston Gold Corp. ("Winston Gold" or the "Corporation") (CSE:WGC)(OTCQB:WGMCF) is pleased to announce that it currently has 30 tons of flotation concentrate ready for shipment to a refinery. An additional 10 tons of concentrate will be ready to ship once necessary upgrades are completed at the Paradine Mill Facility, near Radersburg Montana.

"Until Winston leased the Paradine mill, it lay idle for 20 years, commented Murray Nye, CEO and Director of Winston Gold Mines. "The overall advantages of renovating an old mill significantly outweigh building and permitting a new one. In just eight months, we have completed numerous upgrades to make the Paradine mill reliable and efficient."

a new primary and secondary crushing circuit;a new primary feed hopper enclosure and digital belt scale;a new ball charge for the ball mill;a new air compressor;a new plate filter for the flotation concentrate;A Wilfley table to further concentrate gold and silver from the Knelson concentrator.

It was recently discovered that the trunnion bearings in the ball mill needed to be replaced. This will keep the mill out of operation for about 30 days. Winston Gold will take advantage of this down-time to continue to streamline the mill by inspecting and repairing minor issues that have been identified with the primary flotation cells and the installation of a set of cleaner cells to further improve gold and silver recoveries.

About the Paradine Mill FacilityThe Paradine Mill located just 35 miles (56 km) by paved road from the Company's wholly owned Winston Gold project which is situated near Helena, Montana. The Mill has a nameplate capacity of 150 tons per day and hosts a ball milling circuit as well as both a gravity and flotation circuit. A new lined settling pond has been constructed for tailings disposal with a 35,000-ton capacity and two additional ponds are also being built.

Qualified PersonThe scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by Dr. Criss Capps PhD. P.Geol., an independent consultant to Winston Gold Corp. Dr. Capps is a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

About Winston Gold Winston Gold is a junior mining company focused on advancing high-grade, low-cost mining opportunities into production. Towards that end, the Corporation has acquired the under-explored and under-exploited Winston Gold project near Helena, Montana.

The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the information contained herein. This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act"), or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

Forward-Looking InformationThis release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address events or developments that Winston Gold Mining Corp. (the "Company") expects to occur, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words "expects", "plans", "anticipates", "believes", "intends", "estimates", "projects", "potential" and similar expressions, or that events or conditions "will", "would", "may", "could" or "should" occur. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include regulatory actions, market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of the Company's management on the date the statements are made. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management's beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

For more information, please visit www.winstongoldmining.com; or contact:Murray Nye,Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Winston GoldSuite 201-919 Notre Dame AvenueWinnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 0M8Telephone: (204) 989-2434E-mail: [email protected]

classifying and ball mill production line - alpa powder technology

classifying and ball mill production line - alpa powder technology

ALPA enjoys a high reputation in more than 100 countries and regions around the world. With its high-quality products and services, it has won the trust of many well-known brand companies around the world.

The product particle size control is flexible, special design is adopted to reduce noise and emission. Automatic control, easy to operate. According to the scale of investment, it provides personalized customized scheme and provides value-added services.

According to different materials and application industries, the production capacity and particle size range will be different. Please contact our engineers to customize the equipment for you. Our experts will contact you within 6 hours to discuss your needs for machine and processes.

After coarse crushing, the material is fed into the ball mill through a controllable feeding device. The grinding medium in the mill repeatedly impacts and grinds the material by virtue of the kinetic energy obtained when the mill rotates. The crushed material is discharged into the suction tank through the tail of the ball mill, and then transported to the classifier for classification by negative pressure. The qualified fine powder is collected by cyclone collector or dust collector, The coarse particles after classification are discharged from the lower end of the classifier, and then re-enter the ball mill for crushing through the feeding pipe.

Note: The production capacity is closely related to the particle size, specific gravity, hardness, moisture and other indicators of the raw materials. The above parameters are for reference only, please consult our engineers for details.

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