Grinding mill is a kind of equipment for material grinding process, which meets the production requirements of building materials, mineral processing, metallurgy, chemical industry, refractory materials and dry mortar. In the production process of different industries, the required particle size of raw materials is different, so different equipment is needed for processing. How do you choose these different equipments in production?

Grinding mills on the market now mainly include vertical mills, Raymond mills, trapezoidal mills, ultra-fine mills and coarse powder mills. These different types of milling equipment can achieve ultra-fine grinding. (600-3000mesh), fine grinding (80-600 mesh), coarse grinding (0-5 mm) production of several finished products, so only the right production equipment can be selected to achieve the purpose of production.

For the selection of grinding mill, our main reference is the production demand. The satisfaction of different production requirements is the root cause of the research on different types of grinding mills. Only when the demand for production is clarified, can we choose a suitable one. The reference of the model of milling equipment is mainly based on the following:

Raymond mill

1. Material properties

Different types of mills have limited processing capacity, and the required hardness, size, humidity, viscosity etc are relatively strict, so when selecting the mill model, the reference for these aspects is more important.

2.Capacity needs

The production capacity is the quantity of finished products discharged from the discharge port per unit time of the mill, which is an important measure of the performance of the machine, and is also a measure of the effectiveness of the machine for the production line.

3.Energy consumption

This mainly refers to the electrical energy consumed by the mill when it is being produced, which is a part of the customer’s input cost.

4.Cost investment

Different types of mills have different manufacturing costs, so the price is not the same, then the customer’s input cost has become an important factor in limiting the choice of models.

17th July 2018