Ball Grinding Mill

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asked Oct 27, 2018 by kuangshanposui (3,360 points)

The ball mill is mainly composed of quartz mill feeding part, discharging part, rotating part and transmission part (reducer, small transmission gear, motor, electric control) etc. The hollow shaft adopts steel castings and the lining can be removed. The big rotary gear is manufactured by adopting steel castings; the wear resistance liner is inlaid in the cylinder with excellent abrasive resistance. This machine possesses features as stable operation and reliable work.

The main Manganese ore crushing line machine of the ball mill contains cylinder, inside which the liner is made of refractory materials and bearings that support and maintain its rotation. The main machine also embraces the drive part, such as motor, transmission gear, pulley and V-belt etc. As for the component called blade, it is not the main part. Inside the feeding end, the internal spiral in it can be called inner helical blade, so it is the case with the one in the discharging end. Besides, if the helical conveyer of the auxiliary equipment at the discharge end is adopted, there’s a part called helical blade in the equipment, but technically, it cannot be counted as a component of the ball mill.

According to materials and the discharging ways, you can choose dry ball mill and wet grid ball mill. The energy-saving ball mill adopts self-aligning double row spherical roller bearings, whose running resistance is small and the energy-saving effect is obvious. As for the cylinder, a cone cylinder added to the original cylinder not only enlarges the mill’s volume but also rationalizes the medium allocation inside. This product is widely used in the dressing plant of non-ferrous, ferrous and non-metalic metals as well as the grinding of the materials in chemical industry and building material industry.


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