Hongxing Ball Mill Types Introduction

Hongxing Ball Mill Types Introduction

Ball Mill is an efficient tool for grinding many materials into fine powder. Ceramic Ball Mill is mainly used for material mixing and grinding, the fineness of the product are evenly, saving power. It not only can be used for dry grinding but also wet grinding. Rod mill has dry and wet two forms, users can choose according to their own needs. The liners can be chosen according to the proportion and hardness of materials and capacity required.

There is a discharging grate plate installed at the discharging end, in the inner surface of the hollow shaft liner equipped with anti-spiral blades, it can overflow the ore pulp out of the ball and made the crude ore back to the mill. Typically, rod mill with cylinder diameter of 900-2100mm and motor power lower than 400kw adopts the high starting torque of Y series drive way and JR asynchronous motor drive way, in the middle connecting by reducer and coupling.With the increasing demands of construction aggregate, Hongxing grinding ball, ball mill machine has made an rapidly growth in technology, and has made great contribution to development of many mines in the world. Send us an email into sinohxjq@hxjq.com for more details?

Henan Hongxingadopts the advanced technologies which can controll the in and output size of materials, combined with the actual grinding material equipped with the right grinding machine,we use the line contact instead of the traditional surface contact, which make the output size more uniform and the capacity higher, it is widely used in Refractories, chemical, metallurgy, glass and other industries that have high output. The Ball Mill is used to grind many kinds of mine and other materials, or to select the mine. It is widely used in building material, chemical industry, etc. There are two ways of grinding: the dry way and the wet way. It can be divided into tabular type and flowing type according to different expelling mine.

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