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Centrifugal mill MBY (G)

centrifugal mill
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MBY (G) Series Overflow Rod Mill Short Description: Application: The rod mill is named after the grinding body loaded in the cylinder is a steel rod. The rod mill generally uses a wet overflow type and can be used as a first-level open-circuit mill. It is widely used in artificial stone sand, ore dressing plants, chemical industry the primary grinding industry in the power sector of the plant. Equipment construction 1. United feeding device 2. Bearing 3. End cover 4. Drum body 5. Transmission part 6. Reducer 7. Discharge opening 8. Motor Working principle The rod mill is driven by a motor through a reducer and the surrounding large and small gears, or by a low-speed synchronous motor directly through the surrounding large and small gears to drive the cylinder to rotate. A suitable grinding medium-steel rod is installed in the cylinder. The grinding medium is lifted to a certain height under the action of centrifugal force and friction force, and falls in a state of dropping or leaking. The milled material enters the inside of the cylinder continuously from the feeding port, and is crushed by the moving grinding medium, and the product is discharged out of the mill by the power of overflow and continuous feeding, and is processed in the next process. When the rod mill is working, the surface contact of the traditional ball mill is changed to line contact. During the grinding process, the rod hits the ore, firstly, the coarse particles are hit, and then the smaller particles are ground, thereby reducing the danger of over-pulverization.
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