The large ultrafine mill is not produced by every manufacturer. Due to its relatively large production capacity, the materials of various accessories are also more stringent. The maintenance of the later stage is also very important. We are professional Raymond Mill manufacturers. Various types of mills are produced, and they have accumulated a certain amount of experience for decades. The raw materials of the equipment are also made of high-quality alloys, and the technological level is also leading the various manufacturers.
General Raymond Mill can meet the needs of users, no matter from the production capacity or fineness requirements, the small one-hour production capacity is hundreds of kilograms, and the larger Raymond Mill has an output of more than 10 tons per hour. Users may demand more output, but the average user's production capacity is also several tons. Basically, every Raymond Mill manufacturer can configure. Because the quality of equipment produced by each manufacturer is different from that of manufacturers, the price will be different.
From the above industries, the common specifications of calcium powder are: 100 mesh, 200 mesh and 325 mesh. What kind of pulverizer is used to process calcium carbonate powder? At present, the requirements for the quality of fine powder are getting higher and higher in various industries. The fineness requirements and quality requirements of the flour mill are also increasing. For fine powder processing, it is more suitable to use Raymond Mill. However, with technological innovation and mature technology, high-pressure micro-grinding, high-strength powder mills and other series of mills have gradually entered the market, can reach 300 mesh fineness Under certain conditions, it can even reach 800 meshes, 1000 meshes, etc. Heavy calcium fines has become the upstream and raw material for most industrial manufacturing, and it covers almost all production and manufacturing departments of light and heavy industries. Calcium powder mill is mainly used for ultra-fine powder processing of non-inflammable and explosive brittle materials with medium and low hardness and Mohs hardness ≤6.