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Roller mill
verticalstoneconcrete

roller mill
roller mill
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Characteristics

Technology
roller
Orientation
vertical
Product application
stone, concrete, for limestone, for coal grinding

Description

The industry standard for over a century The Raymond® Roller Mill is an air-swept vertical ring-roll mill with an integral classification system that simultaneously dries, pulverizes and classifies a number of different types of products including limestone, clay, minerals and others. From a feed ranging in size from approximately ½ -2in / 10-50mm, the roller mill can produce particles ranging from coarse, granular products of approximately 10% R2000 micron 90% minus 10 mesh (10%R2000 microns) to as fine as 99.9% minus 325 mesh (0.001%R44 micron.) Applications A roller mill is most effective processing materials that are 5 or less on the Mohs scale of hardness. There are a few limitations, but the most practical are soft to medium hard materials. They can also be used to prepare feed for systems producing ultra-fine materials, such as a Raymond® Vertical mill, ball mill or Jet-Stream™ Classifier system. The mill provides efficient control of product size with minimal power, resulting in a flexible, cost-effective production. Standard size Raymond® Roller Mills are available with grinding ring diameters ranging from 30-120 in / 760-3050mm. These sizes are capable of producing a wide range of product fineness from a wide variety of material. Typical material processed Clay, Fire Clay, Bentonite, Kaolin, Barytes, Gypsum, Limestone, Phosphate Rock, Talc, Coal, Hydrated Lime, Petroleum Coke, Pigments, Phenolic Resins or similar materials.

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