All Grinding Mill & Ball Mill Manufacturers understand the object of the grinding process is a mechanical reduction in size of crushable material. Grinding can be undertaken in many ways. The most common way for high capacity industrial purposes is to use a tumbling charge of grinding media in a rotating cylinder or drum. The fragmentation of the material in that charge occurs through pressure, impact, and abrasion.
Grinding is converting energy: When the grinding charge is forced to tumble the motor energy is converted into new particle surface and heat.
An important point for the economy is that the size of the grinding media suits the material to be ground.
The choice of mill design depends on the particle size distribution in the feed and in the product wanted. Often the grinding is more economic when executed in a primary step, followed by a secondary step, giving a fine size product.
As experts in crushing and grinding – can offer a full range of grinding mill types and sizes. Our mills are identified by codes of letters:
C=central trunnion discharge
R=spherical roller trunnion bearing, feed end
H=hydrostatic shoe bearing, feed end
R=spherical roller trunnion bearing, discharge end
K=ring gear and pinion drive