sorghum crushers / mills at rs 1000000/piece | sugar plant | id: 11567248712

sorghum crushers / mills at rs 1000000/piece | sugar plant | id: 11567248712

Sweet Sorghum Cane Crusher is designed to meet dual purpose of crushing sugarcane and sorghum. It consists of a cane carrier,cane cutters, donnelly chute and mill for extraction of juice. The entire body of the mill is fabricated using steel and cast iron. The Mills may a single mill or a series of Mills in tandem depending on the requirements. The Mills are powered using electric motor with its matching planetary type gearbox which is turn is coupled to the shaft or the roller of the Mills. The Mills are constructed in heavy duty construction to ensure long and trouble free equipment. The juice extracted from the Sorghum Cane Mills may be usually used for the Alcohol/Ethanol production.

The roller would be of coarse grain cast iron .The cast iron shell would be hot shrunk on forged steel shaft.All the shafts would have square ends of square. The bottom roller would be provided with the juice rings and removable guards to prevent entry of juice into the bearings. The cast steel crown pinion is keyed to shaft and suitable mild steel guard and troughs provided. The bracket for roller bush bearing would be of cast steel with gun metal bush with water cooling arrangements.

The mills are provided with cast steel trash plate supported on heavy steel brackets with pivoted journals & adjustable by means of tie rods. Top roller and discharge roller scrappers would be of floating type secured on square shaft and provided with lever for adjusting device. Each mill would be provided with hydraulic loading systems, consisting of hydraulic accumulator, one for each of the journal for the top roller and accessories such as pumping set, receiver tank, gauges.

(b)Toothed under feed roller:Toothed type under feed roller having nominal diameters, would be provided. The shaft would be of EN 8 quality & supported by means of bush bearing. The under feet roller would be driven by top rollers through chain sprocket to give surface speed

Rake type / slat type intermediate carriers, between the mills would be provided. The width of the carrier truck would be suitable to accommodate Each carrier drive would consist of one motors withspeed reducer, flexible coupling, common bed frame & a set of open sprockets & chains with guards

(f)Mill Gearbox:SuitablePlanetary gearboxesprovided to drive each mill separately. Each mill drive to be coupled through CI . The mill top roller would be connected to transmission gear shaft by means of forged steel tall bar and CI couplings.Two cast Iron coupling would be provided.

NSI Equipments Pvt. Ltd is a fast emerging company specializing in the Design and manufacture of SMALL SCALE SUGAR PLANTS AND SUGARCANE CRUSHERS for the past four decades. Over the years NSIE has consolidated its experience in its field and has developed its expertise. Our endeavor is to supply well engineered product to the specific need of our customers. Customer satisfaction is our paramount importance, which is the foundation to our business policy. We have excellent reputation for the quality of our product range as always endeavoring to advance technology, appropriate fabrication processes at all stages of manufacture. This has been possible with the active participation of our management, staff and workers.

We are up-grading the sugar plants and its technology with new sophisticated cutting edge technology and constant innovation in the industry. Our developed and engineered sugar plants cuts remarkably on steam & power usage thus maintaining power house efficiency & steady operation. The plant ensures improved exhaustion leading to the bulk production of uniform quality of sugar.

Design of each plant is personalized with a view to provide capacity optimization, high energy efficient boiling and low steam consumption. Design generating software's comprising Autocad, Proengineer, solid works and technical documents are used for project engineering. With civil designs and drawings the engineering also includes plant and site layouts, equipment and sectional general arrangements, detailed equipment specifications and data sheets, steam and power balances, electrification and piping.

Our commitement toquality is unflinching. Our desire for growth is deep rooted and our capicity for details is amazing. We adhare to national and international standards across all operations: from sourcing the raw materials & till it transfers to the finished machinery and finally sucessful commissioning. All our suppliers operate quality management standards as dicated by specific markets. This measure undoubtedly reflects our royalty to quality assurance and our determination to provide the products and service to our customers demands.

What set us apart are the depth of our commitment and the high level of our concern to deliver quality products, efficient services and total solutions and this is where our quality improvment comes from.

We provide errection and commissioning consultancy support for all the equipment either supplied by us or purchased from outside venders. We supervise the trial running of plant with providing training to personnel involved in running of plant.

ball mill crushing

ball mill crushing

Until the advent of the porphyry coppers and the introduction of flotation which soon followed, crushing and grinding for many years proceeded along somewhat stereotyped lines, without important alteration in type of machinery. For the finer crushing and grinding, stamps, rolls, and various patterns of Huntington and Chilean mills were in general use. Ball mills were in use abroadbut owing to their small capacity and the high cost of screens and steel, they never obtained much footing in the United States.

The Inspiration company built a 500-ton test plant to work out the final details of the grinding and flotation problem, itsprevious tests having already indicated the advantage of flotation. The regrinding mills in this 500-ton test plant consisted of 10-ft. by 28-in., 8-ft. by 36-in., 8-ft. by 44-in., 8-ft. by 72-in. Hardinge mills and a 6 by 20-ft. Chalmers & Williams tube-mill. These mills were equipped with pebbles as a grinding medium. During the operation of this test plant, the concentrator building was erected, of the same size and dimensions as that of the Miami Copper Co., having an estimated capacity of 7500 to 10,000 tons per day.

The general results of the regrinding mills at the Inspiration test plant showed that the 10-ft. (3-m.) Hardinge mill was the most unsatisfactory of all, due to the excessive pebble consumption and the power required to operate it. The mill of this type that gave the best results was the one that approached the cylindrical shape, having a cylindrical portion 72 in. in length (182.9 cm.). The mill that seemed to give equal results, as to power and pebble consumption, was the Chalmers & Williams tube-mill, although it required considerably more space than the 8-ft. by 72-in. Hardinge.

Later, the company installed a Marcy ball mill 8 ft. (2.5 m.) in diameter and 5 ft. (1.5 m.) in length. This mill was experimental, an entirely new design, being the first mill in which the entire discharge end was fitted with a grizzly or screen. This grate was intended to deliver a maximum size of 1/8-in. and between the grate and the dischargeend were lifters to discharge the undersize from the mill. It was claimed that by keeping a minimum of undersize in the mill the relative weight and efficiency of the balls was considerably increased.

By allowing the Marcy mill to take 3-in. feed and discharge a product below 1/8-in., capacity of the Hardinge pebble-mill was greatly increased and the general extraction was improved; it was found that an installation of Marcy mills followed by conical pebble-mills could readily treat10,000 tons per day. As a result of the test in October, the company made arrangements to manufacture its own Marcy mills from the designs of the one that was in operation, modified by the results of their own experience.

At this time, it was suggested that it might be possible to do all the crushing in a Marcy mill arranged in closed circuit with a mechanical classifier; that is, to take the 3-in. feed and crush it to flotation size in one operation. Experiments with the Marcy mill and a new classifier were conducted, but were not altogether satisfactory. In December, at the suggestion of Mr. Hardinge, the conical mills equipped with steel balls were tried in a similar manner, but with inferior results. Afterwards, since the Marcy mill had demonstrated that it could do the work in one operation, it was purchased by the Inspiration company and manufacturing proceeded.

The new concentration plant was started in the summer, equipped entirely with No, 86 Marcy mills, 8 ft. in diameter and 6 ft. in length, in closed circuit with Dorr classifiers, the product going to flotation machinesand the sands from these machines to concentration tables. On starting, the shells of the Marcy mills were found to be defective, due partly to the light design and partly to the fact that the manufacturer did not have time under his contract to make and anneal the castings properly.

Later yet, the Inspiration company decided to add two sections to its mill, and an offer by Mr. Hardinge to equip a section with two of his mills without cost to the company was accepted. These mills were expected to do the work of the same number of Marcy mills, with much less power. The fact that a joint test between Hardinge and Marcy mills was to be run by the Inspiration company was widely advertised and created considerable interest among those interested in crushing; since the expense of crushing is greater than that of any other milling operation, these tests were of considerable importance. A statement by David Cole covers this very well and is therefore repeated verbatim:

The comparison of work done, based upon the scientific theory of Stadler, Gates, Kick, et al., is beautiful on paper, but there are a lot of us who hesitate to accept the theory as law. We are inclined to regard a direct comparison of grinders arranged side by side, getting feed from a common source through a mechanical distributor, and making a product that affords as nearly as may be the same screen measure, and at any rate affording an equal metallurgical opportunity for the subsequent treatment, as the Supreme Court in these grinding matters. The Marcy versus Hardinge ball- mill controversy is soon to have this kind of a hearing at the Inspiration plant, and the results will be watched with great interest.

A section comprising two 8-ft. Marcy mills equipped with 225-hp. motors, which had been in continuous operation, was used in comparison with a section comprising two 8-ft. Hardinge mills equipped with 150-hp. motors. Each of the Marcy mills took the coarse feed from the bin and, in closed circuit with a 6-ft. Dorr classifier, made a finished product.

The Hardinge mills were first arranged in tandem, the first mill taking all of the coarse feed from the bin, its product going to a Dorr classifier, the sands from which passed to the second Hardinge mill working in closed circuit with the second Dorr classifier. Each of the sections was equipped with an automatic scale so that the total or the hourly tonnage could be recorded and noted. The crushed product, the overflow from the Dorr classifiers, was carefully sampled in each case by automatic samplers. The daily report sheets of the finished product showed some variation from the desired 2 per cent, on 48-mesh with both types of mills, but by applying a correction factor the final results, as tabulated, could be reduced to the basis of 2 per cent, on 48-mesh. This correction factor was derived by Dr. Gahl from actual operating experience. The results are as shown in Tables 1 and 2.

The daily reports show that various ball charges and various sizes of balls were used in the Hardinge mills; that the speed of the Hardinge was changed a number of times; various types of scoop feeders were used; the delays due to overloading the Hardinge mill, changing balls, etc., as mentioned, were very great. The Marcy mill continued with its ball load unchanged and practically without delays.

The record shows that the capacity of the Marcy mill was 130.5 per cent, greater than the Hardinge, and the Marcy saving in power over the Hardinge was 34.04 per cent. At times the motors of both types of mills were slightly overloaded. As the power was measured by integrating wattmeters, this does not affect the results and comparisons given.

Hardinge mill results from May 15 to June 11, when the contest ended,were not so good as shown in the data given. The figures showing dailytonnage and kilowatt-hours per ton are averaged from the daily report sheets issued by the Inspiration management. These figures were accepted by the manufacturers of both the Hardinge and the Marcy mill, and there is no doubt as to their correctness.

No ball consumption was given out by the Inspiration company on the Hardinge mills because many changes had been made in the ball load. The operation of the Marcy mills was in charge of the regular mill crew, while that of the Hardinge section was under the supervision of Mr. Hardinge and his assistants, who were at the plant when the test was discontinued. The ball consumption of the Marcy mill in the entire plant is 1.7 lb. of steel for each ton of ore crushed. The speed of the Hardinge mills was faster than the Marcys; the. ball load was greater, and from the tabulated reports, the tonnage was less than one-half. From this, it would appear that the ball consumption in the Hardinge mill would be nearly double, as the total daily ball consumption depends upon the speed and number of balls used in the mill rather than upon the amount of ore crushed.

The ball-mill floor in this plant is equipped with a traveling crane capable of picking up a mill and its load of balls. When a mill needsrelining, the bearing caps are removed, the mill is picked up by the crane, and a relined mill with its load of balls is placed in the same bearings. This saves the time that would be lost if the mills were lined in place, so that the actual loss of time due to ball-mills in the entire Inspiration plant averages less than 0.4 per cent.

The Anaconda Copper Mining Co. purchased about 50 Hardinge mills when it decided to install flotation. The mills were 10 ft. (3 m.) in diameter with a 60 cone on the feed end and a 40 cone on the discharge end, and with the cylindrical portion 48 in. (121.9 cm.) in length. This was about the size of one of the Hardinge mills used in the Inspiration plant and, as heretofore pointed out, was the most undesirable.

The Anaconda mills were equipped with 225-hp. motors, so that balls could be used. It was found that the pebble consumption was from 12 to 15 lb., which was prohibitive, and when steel balls were used the motors were not of sufficient capacity, for which reason, it was necessary to lag up the mills with wooden blocks. The cylindrical portion is now 7 ft. 6 in. (2.29 m.) in diameter, and about the same length, and the mills, due to the 40 discharge end, are practically cylindrical mills. The fifty 10-ft. Hardinge mills of the original installation have all been rebuilt to the above size and are operated at 15 r.p.m. The effect of converting these into cylindrical mills and reducing the speed has been a great improvement in cost and character of operation, as compared with the original recommendations.

The Calumet & Hecla Co. has installed sixty-four 8-ft. by 16-in. (2.44-m. by 40.64-cm.) Hardinge mills in its crushing plant at Lake Linden. These mills use pebbles and crush about 45 tons per day each, taking feed at below 3/16 in. and reducing it to about 30-mesh. A new crushing plant of this company, however, will consist of 8-ft. mills having a cylindrical portion 72 in. in length, which will make their inside dimensions practically the same as those of the Anaconda Copper Mining Co. The Calumet & Hecla Co., in running a test with a 5 by 20-ft. (1.5 by 6-m.) tube-mill and a Hardinge mill, found the tube-mill equally efficient, but it required too much space.

Analyzing the mill on the assumption that the greatest diameter is to produce the greatest effect in crushing, we find that the weight of crushing pebbles is proportional to the square of the diameter (machine half full); that the energy per unit pebble weight is something nearer the square than the first power of the diameter; and that the velocity with which the ore or pulp being crushed passes through the mill is inversely proportional to the square of the diameter. The result is that the energy applied per pound of pulp at various points along the cone is inversely proportional to about the sixth power of the diameter. This means that half way toward the apex of the cone, only 1/64 as much work is done as at the cylindrical portion, while three- fourths of the way toward the apex, only 1/4000 is done.

At Anaconda, and at the Calumet & Hecla mill, it has been found that a lengthening of the cylindrical portion increases the efficiency and capacity of theHardinge mill. Undoubtedly, in the Hardinge mill there is a tendency for the smaller balls and pebbles to segregate in the conical portion. Taggart has shown, however, that the segregation decreases the efficiency of the mill. He says:

The reason for the greater reduction in the size of the particles is that the smaller balls tend to segregate in the conical portion of the mill and cut down its efficiency, both on account of the small size of the cone and the small size of the balls themselves. There is not sufficient energy to do the work.

I carried on experiments with the Hardinge mill in the laboratory of the Engineering Co., to determine its efficiency. It would appear that if the feed were introduced into the so-called discharge end there would be a marked difference between the resulting product and that produced when the feed is put into the mill through the feed end, in the regular way. To conduct this simple experiment, I operated a 36-in. (91.44-cm.) Hardinge pebble-mill, feeding first in the regular way, into the short cone. After running this test, I placed the scoop feeder on the long, or discharge end, and ran a second test in this maimer. The entire product in each case was caught in a tank, then mixed and sampled. My tests were carefully run on samples of quartz gravel, using about 1 ton of gravel to each test, with particular care to maintain uniformity of operating conditions for both tests. These samples, both feed and discharge, were carefully mixed and a portion cut out for screen analysis. All slimes were first washed out of the samples to be screened, through a 200-mesh sieve, and dried and weighed. The sands were then sized on Tyler standard sieves, using a Rotap machine, with results shown in Table 3.

Two similar tests were made at the University of Utah, using a mill of the same diameter, 3 ft., but with a shorter cylindrical portion, which, therefore, did not crush so rapidly. The result of these two tests confirmed the data observed in the first test, except slightly greater reduction in average size when operated the reverse way. This work was checked and reviewed by Prof. Robert S. Lewis. The power instruments were connected to the motor by the electrical department for the purpose of ascertaining whether the motor requirements differed when the scoop feeder was changed from feed to discharge end. From the averages, no differences could be determined. On account of the light motor load and heavy friction load, no attempt was made to determine the efficiency of the mill by measurement of power.

I will draw no conclusions from my own experiments, but desire only to say that I believe they are of sufficient importance to be repeated with a large conical mill. When operating a Hardinge mill at a very reduced tonnage, it is possible to make a fairly uniform product in one pass, just as it is with a cylindrical overflow mill with a reverse screw in the trunnion; but when operating with a large circulating load, according to modern practice, the shape of the conical mill is a disadvantage. It is suggested that the conical mill is strong because of its truss shape; but it seems unnecessary to build a truss over a long span when a tubular construction can do better work within less space and is equally strong. For instance, the conical mills at Inspiration were 16 in. longer between the bearings than the Marcys, with less than half the capacity.

The Marathon, or rod-mill, has not been adopted as quickly as one would expect. Undoubtedly it requires more care than a ball-mill, and its mechanical troubles offset its power efficiency in some degree. If the rods become bent its great advantage is lost. Its particular field is in fine crushing where slimes are considered undesirable.

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Blasting, drilling and scaling out limestone from the Earth requires the right equipmentand when it comes to reducing the size of that limestone material, its no different. Williams Patent Crusher is committed to designing and manufacturing the most durable and efficient limestone crusher machines on the market. Weve held that commitment for over 150 years.

Additionally, since the mid-1980s, weve developed extensive experience in Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) technology and our limestone mills have proven themselves as an essential part of CFB systems. The limestone crushers and mills are effective for direct-injection of dry sorbent lime or limestone during the CFB process.

crushing efficiency factors

crushing efficiency factors

Toward the foregoing goal, engineersinvestigated the energy efficiency of crushing for less than ideal cases. In the first experiment they studied the effect of factors such as using a deep bed of particles, a situation usually present in a ball mill. The same type of slow crushing experiment described above was performed, but with a bed five or six particles deep instead of a single layer. Single layer particle crushing was taken to be 100% efficient, and measurements were made of the relative efficiencies, i.e., the ratio of the amounts of energy required to achieve the same degree of plate separation in crushing the multi-layer particles to reduction ratios of 1.16, 1.28, and 1.40 (the reduction ratio is defined as the separation of the plates before crushing divided by the separation after crushing). The results are shown in Figure 3-17. It is seen that for a reduction ratio of 1.32, the relative efficiency of crushing a multi-layer of particles is 72%. Note that crushing ratios in a ball mill are not well defined, but are believed to range up to 1.5 or even 2.0. In a second series of measurements, the particle size was not uniforma distribution of particle sizes corresponding to a natural grading was used.

Figure 3-18 shows the results compared with 100% efficiency for single-layer crushing. It is seen that for the same reduction ratio as above, i.e., 1.32, the efficiency relative to the single layer was 57%. A third experiment was conducted similar to the one that yielded the results in Figure 3-18. In this case, however, the resulting particles were measured to find the percentage smaller than 200 mesh (76 pm), and these were remixed with the bed.

Figure 3-19 shows the reduction of efficiency with the increase of fine particles in the bed. It is seen that the efficiency is rapidly reduced to 20% at a percentage of fine particles believed present even in closed circuit operations that employ classifiers. The generation of fine particles in quantities of 15% or more takes place in only a few minutes in a ball mill.

According to Figure 3-19therefore, the efficiency of a ball mill cannot be intrinsically very high even under optimum design with classifiers. However, it is obvious that a crushing device that approaches the free particles condition will have the highest efficiency. Recently it has been shown, at least for small glass spheres, that crushing energy can be lowered if the sphere is compressed and sheared simultaneously (Schonert, 1979). The sum of the work for compression and shearing is the energy input. At the present state of the art the efficiency can only be compared to that of the associated energy of free crushing. Thus, if a lesser energy is required, a higher efficiency can be calculated over that for simple crushing. As devices are developed for performing this mode of comminution, a minimum associated energy may be developed in the laboratory so that the efficiency of a device can be ascertained.

The same reasoning applies to the other comminution devices, whether they be ultrasonic, pulse heating, or a novel invention. Thedifficulty is in establishing a comparable model, such as free crushing, when the particle size distribution differs considerably from that obtained by free crushing. Statistical analysis of the energy for each size group can be used, however, and it is expected that reasonable results can be obtained.

efficient crushing-type mills by shanghai shibang machinery co., ltd.. supplier from china. product id 362974

efficient crushing-type mills by shanghai shibang machinery co., ltd.. supplier from china. product id 362974

Efficient crushing-type mills are widely used in metallurgy, mining, chemical, cement, coal gangue, construction, sand, refractory material, ceramic and other industrial and mining enterprises, engaged in breaking and crushing the material in the operation. It is mainly suitable for crushing various soft and hard ore. whose compression strength is not higher than 320MPa (MPa) Features: 1. High production and high crushing ratio. 2. Low power consumption, homogeneous particle size. 3. Simple, compact and light mechanical structure. 4. Low investment cost, easy management. Structure and working principle: Efficient crushing mill consists mainly of frame, rotor, hammers and grizzly bars and other components. The frame includes upper part and lower parts, which are welded by steel plates after cutting, the remaining parts bolted into one. High manganese steel liners are studded with inside the frame, to facilitate replacement for a new liners after worn; on the main shaft are installed several groups of the spindle distribution of the hammers, which consists of rotor with the axle of hammers and rotary table. The host drives the main shaft through the motor and V-belt driven spindle to rotate the rotor, generating the centrifugal force, then driving all hammers stretch around. The bulks of material feed into the crushing chamber, will be crushed by the hammers at a high-speed movement. The broken material requested will be passed the grizzly bars at the lower part and discharged, the unbroken rest will be left in the chamber to be crushed repeatedly by the hammers and iron plates until it can reach the requested standard. To avoid clogging, the water content of the material to be crushed not more than 5%. The performance parameters of efficient crushing-type mills: Model PC4008-75 PC4012-90 PC4015-132 Diameter of the rotor (mm) 750 900 1150 Length of the rotor(mm) 800 1200 1500 Rotation speed of the rotor (r/min) 800-1000 800-1000 700-1000 Max. input size(mm) <100 <100 <100 Max. output size(mm) 0-3 0-3 0-3 Capacity (t/h) 10-25 30-50 40-75 Motor power(Kw) 55-75 75-90 110-132 No. of the hammers(piece) 10 16 24 Dimension (L*W*H/mm) 1800*1650*1800 2200*2100 *2200 2860*2500*2500 Note: This specification is just reference, any changes are subject to the products.

All the tile effect roofing manufacture equipment for of various brands consists of the following standard process units: Electromechanical console uncoiling machine for rolled metal products with a load capacity of 7 tons (load capacity of 10 tons optional); the uncoiling machine is equipped with sensors that monitor metal loops which are used to coordinate the unwinding speed of the roll with a speed of profiling block. It is the CONSOLE TYPE of an uncoiling machine that allows for an easy change of rolled metal products, which saves up to 30 pct of the time in use; A rolling mill for profiling (shaping) rolled metal products into suitably shaped (branded) metal profiles; an oil station; Grooved guillotine shears for the dimensional cutting of tile effect roofing; a stacker for receiving finished products; An ACS of the line for specification of the number and the length of received products.

All the tile effect roofing manufacture equipment for of various brands consists of the following standard process units: Electromechanical console uncoiling machine for rolled metal products with a load capacity of 7 tons (load capacity of 10 tons optional); the uncoiling machine is equipped with sensors that monitor metal loops which are used to coordinate the unwinding speed of the roll with a speed of profiling block. It is the CONSOLE TYPE of an uncoiling machine that allows for an easy change of rolled metal products, which saves up to 30 pct of the time in use; A rolling mill for profiling (shaping) rolled metal products into suitably shaped (branded) metal profiles; A stamp device for application of steps; an oil station; Grooved guillotine shears for the dimensional cutting of tile effect roofing; A stacker for receiving finished products; An ACS of the line for specification of the number and the length of received products.

All the tile effect roofing manufacture equipment for of various brands consists of the following standard process units: Electromechanical console uncoiling machine for rolled metal products with a load capacity of 7 tons (load capacity of 10 tons optional); the uncoiling machine is equipped with sensors that monitor metal loops which are used to coordinate the unwinding speed of the roll with a speed of profiling block. It is the CONSOLE TYPE of an uncoiling machine that allows for an easy change of rolled metal products, which saves up to 30 pct of the time in use; A rolling mill for profiling (shaping) rolled metal products into suitably shaped (branded) metal profiles; A stamp device for application of steps; an oil station; Grooved guillotine shears for the dimensional cutting of tile effect roofing; A stacker for receiving finished products; An ACS of the line for specification of the number and the length of received products.

All the tile effect roofing manufacture equipment for of various brands consists of the following standard process units: Electromechanical console uncoiling machine for rolled metal products with a load capacity of 7 tons (load capacity of 10 tons optional); the uncoiling machine is equipped with sensors that monitor metal loops which are used to coordinate the unwinding speed of the roll with a speed of profiling block. It is the CONSOLE TYPE of an uncoiling machine that allows for an easy change of rolled metal products, which saves up to 30 pct of the time in use; A rolling mill for profiling (shaping) rolled metal products into suitably shaped (branded) metal profiles; A stamp device for application of steps; an oil station; Grooved guillotine shears for the dimensional cutting of tile effect roofing; A stacker for receiving finished products; An ACS of the line for specification of the number and the length of received products.

Electromechanical console uncoiling machine for rolled metal products with a load capacity of 7 tons (load capacity of 10 tons optional); the uncoiling machine is equipped with sensors that monitor metal loops which are used to coordinate the unwinding speed of the roll with a speed of profiling block. It is the CONSOLE TYPE of an uncoiling machine that allows for an easy change of rolled metal products, which saves up to 30 pct of the time in use; a rolling mill for profiling (shaping) rolled metal products into suitably shaped (branded) metal profiles; A stamp device for application of steps; An oil station; Grooved guillotine shears for the dimensional cutting of tile effect roofing; A stacker for receiving finished products; An ACS of the line for specification of the number and the length of received products. General Specifications: Installed power of the lines: 14 kW Rolling speed: from 8 to 12 lin m/min Accuracy of rolling along the length: 2 mm per 6 m Quantity of reduction mills: from 14 to 17 pieces Lifting capacity of the uncoiling machine: 7 tons (10 tons) Attendants: 1 person Maximum overall dimensions of the used roll: Width: 1,250 mm; Outer diameter: 1,600 mm; Inside diameter: 500600 mm. Receiving stacker length: 6 m Space required to accommodate the manufacture of tile effect roofing (LxWxH): 30,00010,0004,000 mm. Working temperature range for equipment operation: from +2 to +40 o

Sollant has advanced production technology and an excellent design team. The water well drilling rig and equipment are designed to be durable, and highly efficient, which are widely used in most difficult environments. The Mainly ranges of Sollant: Crawler type pneumatic water well drilling rig, multifunctional hydraulic water well drilling rig, vehicle-mounted water well drilling rig? The maximum drilling depth can reach 800m. The drilling rig adopts new hydraulic technology, it has fast rotation speed and extremely high drilling efficiency. And can adapt to various harsh rock and soil environments. The reasonable overall layout, using crawler chassis, strong off-road performance, can also be installed on a tractor for transportation. Our manufacturing plant is located in Shandong, also has a strategic office in Shanghai, China. We have expanded our offices abroad to support our partners in the Philippines, Mexico, and Russia. This year we will expand to ten countries and by 2023 - 2024 our goal is to expand over thirty countries around the world. In addition, I'd like to let you know, we are the manufacturer of different categories of Air compressors, Centrifugal compressors, Generators, Well Drilling Rigs, and Forklift trucks. We also provide customized manufacturing facilities as per customer requirements.

Energy-savingBall millis the key equipment for grinding after the crushing process, which is widely used in the manufacture industries, such as cement, silicate, new building material, refractory material, fertilizer, nonferrous metal and glass ceramics and can be used for the dry and wet grinding for all kinds of ores and other grind-able materials. Thisball millmachine changes the intrinsic grinding millstructure. Its body and ground plank are an integral whole. So when fixing, it can be lowered on a plane surface once only. Use double tiered roller axletree with centripetal spherical surface as the support of the host axletree can reduce energy cost by 30%. The intrinsic grille pattern forcing evacuation is instead by over fall pattern controlling one. This can improve the milling of the granule and the quantity dealt with is reduced by 15-20%. Theball millis a horizontal rotating device transmitted by the outer gear. The materials are transferred to the grinding chamber through the quill shaft uniformly. There are ladder liner and ripple liner and different specifications of steel balls in the chamber. The centrifugal force caused by rotation of barrel brings the steel balls to a certain height and impact and grind the materials. The ground materials are discharged through the discharging board thus the grinding process is finished

Model PMG series high efficient ball mill have been designed with the merits of open circuit grinding system and important renovations on traditional ball mills. Besides they have all the good advantages of open circuit mills, production capacity has been raised substantially, product becomes super fine and blains have been increased. It has provided a new type of grinding equipment for producing high strength grade cement with high output and super fineness. Model PMG ball mill has adopted special integrate diaphragm and discharge grate to adjust material levels of every chamber so as to increase air ventilation and improve conditions inside mill; meanwhile it has also used new type of lining plate , regulated mill rotation speed, optimized design of bearings so as to increase its operational stability, use life and grinding efficiency. After being put into practice, it is proved that its output has been increased about 20% and unit product power consumption has been reduced 10%-12% down under the conditions that other parameters have not been changed by comparison to other same sized ball mill. White being operated in open circuit, specific surface of cement could be reached up to 320cm2/kg performance of it is up to national advanced standard .It has been awarded as well-known brand product of china building material machinery industry, "well know brand products", " appointed manufacture of national building material machinery industry" and etc. According to your needs.

SBM company one of the most famous rock and mineral processing company in the world, is launching a new comprehensive portable plant for efficient fully mobile crushing. Features of portable impact crushing plant main unit: High capacity, efficiency, economy, high adaptability, crushing-screening, self-loading conveyor. Fixed method of whole mobile crusher (Routine way). Choose the working place, Level the place, Transport the mobile crusher to the reasonable placeExtend the elevating landing leg Dig a hole under the fixed leg. The holes size is up the soil. If the soil is loosening, please dig deeper and larger. Fix the active leg to the fixed leg with binder bolt Fill the hole of active leg with concreteAdjust the face of concrete after congealing, retract the elevating landing leg. Putting some crosstie or supporting tools under the vehicle will better steady the whole machine.

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