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Specific Problems Faced in Using Micro Powder Mill 
By dongfang on Aug 20, 2014 09:51 AM
The micro powder grinder is mainly used in the fields of metallurgy, building materials, list of coal mines in india chemical, mining minerals such as grinding materials processing. With the development of industry, the requirements are increasingly high for raw materials, ball mill, in some cases can no longer meet the needs. This paper describes the need to pay attention to the daily use of the micro powder grinder, to ensure the stability of the machine running, to avoid losses to the enterprise.
1. The transmission part of the micro powder grinder is rolling bearing, therefore must be run under good lubrication conditions, otherwise it will damage the bearings and shorten life.
2. Forbid pieces of metal into the micro powder grinder; otherwise it will damage the grinding roller and grinding ring, even center hanger.
3. Feeding should be uniform, not erratic.
4. Air volume control, in the fan of the intake air volume control valve, and generally open to the maximum position, clinker grinding ball mill according to the fineness, the output requirements appropriate adjustments.
5. Fineness adjustment, based on the size of the material, the hardness, moisture content, specific gravity, the coarseness different processing can be adjusted at the top of the analyzer, high-speed, high fineness, low-speed, low fineness.
6. Micro powder grinder ring roller mill scrap the limit, crushing plant layout the remaining minimum wall thickness not less than 10mm.
7. When parking, stop the feed, the host continues the residual abrasive to continue milling. After about a minute, you can turn off host motor and analyzer motor, stop grinding work, then stop the fan motor in order to blow the net residual powder.
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