Conical Mill Grinding Tests

In the laboratory work described in the following pages, a 4 ½-ft. Hardinge mill with three removable cylindrical sections, 16 in. each in length, was used. Fig. 1 shows the mill with three cylindrical rings in place. This combination allows a mill 4 ½ ft. by 0 in., 4 ½ ft. by 16 in., 4 ½ ft. … Read more

Conical Ball Mills Benefits & Advantages: Hardinge

The generally recognized fact that for economic reduction of any material, it is desirable to perform such reduction in steps or stages, removing that material which is sufficiently fine as soon as it is reduced and grinding it still finer in some device more adaptable to this finer reduction. It has been found that by … Read more