Classifier is the Assistant of ball mill grinding fineness

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2012-02-07
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Ball mill Lifting height of classifier spindle is one of the important reasons of affect the amount of sand and grinding fineness. Due to the ore in classifier does not clean up, with long time of sedimentary the sludge deposition is very strong. Due to not careful enough people do not put down the spindle completely when they placed the spindle of classifier, and as result the sand back to ball mill is less than normal. Therefore, in normal production, we require the spindle into the right position. In production operations, we check the machine parts one by one and find the best adjustment factor, make sure put the spindle of classifier into the right place, improve the grinding precision.

The classifier blade wear and tear also has an impact on ball mill grinding fineness. After blade wear and tear, the back sand became reduced and makes the grinding fineness thicker. If the blade wears severely, it will affect the grading machine life. So it is very important to check the blade wear in working time, change the wear blade in time. The openings of classifier also have influential to ball mill grinding fineness. The height, size of high and down openings is on --site production, in many sites selection process, drying because the height and size of openings are not adjusted in equipment installation, and workers do not pay attention in the operation, also affected the grinding operation.

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