MS ROLLER MILL
MS ROLLER MILL
MS Roller Mill is widely used as a dry pulverizer.
This equipment provides milling, classification, and pneumatic transfer at the same time. Adding a hot-air generator enables simultaneous milling and drying.
Every model has the high-side type and the low-side type and can be applied to grinding various materials depending on the milled particle size and the capacity.
The material, supplied from the mineral feeder to this mill, is forked up by the plows and milled between the suspended rotating roller and the bullring fixed to the inside wall of the mill. Then, it is blown up by the airflow from the mill bottom. The high-side type classifier can produce consistent fine powder in desired particle sizes by adjustment of the rotational speed of the interior blades. The low-side type is generally used for milling coarser powder production.
- The high-side type MS Roller Mill is applicable to pulverization to a wide range between 150 μm at 80% passage and 30 μm at 99%.
- Adding a hot-air generator enables drying the material to about 5 to 10% of adhered water and milling at the same time, eliminating the need of a drier.
- The equipment operates with the entire interior at negative pressure and no dust can generate.
- Any mineral products can be milled: limestone, slaked lime, quicklime, gypsum, dolomite, talc, kaolin, clay, bentonite, acid clay, zeolite, barite, sulfur, graphite, activated carbon, pitch coke, titanium dioxide, glass scrap, silica sand, argil, etc.
- Another special application is for recovery process of molten metal slag of aluminum, zinc, copper and brass to grind, separate and collect the metal and ash contents.
MInform us about the followings for inquiry of MS Roller Mill.
Material to process
Ingredients, apparent specific gravity, water content, adhesiveness, abrasiveness and temperature
Mean and maximum particle sizes and particle size distribution
Particle size of the product
Amount to process or produce per hour and operating hours per day
Voltage and frequency
Flow sheet of the previous and following processes