Why Does the Ultrafine Mill Cause Lifting2019-09-02 11:00:30

Summary:There are many types of faults in the working process of ultra-fine mills. The cause of each fault is also more, but no matter which one is needed to solve in time, here we are to analyze The problem of how the roll lift phenomenon appeared on the aircraf.

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Why Does the Ultrafine Mill Cause Lifting

There are many types of faults in the working process of ultrafine mill. The cause of each fault is also more, but no matter which one is needed to solve in time, here we are to analyze The problem of how the roll lift phenomenon appeared on the aircraft is.

The so-called lifting roller phenomenon mainly refers to the failure of the roller in the equipment. In general, this part is a very core part when the ultrafine mill the material. The occurrence of failure will make the material grinding insufficient. Not only can't get high-quality finished products, but also the phenomenon of declining efficiency. The phenomenon of lifting roller appeared in the machine is a measure of self-protection. The main reasons for this phenomenon are the following two aspects:

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The solution to this problem is to appropriately reduce the amount of feed and to control the material layer of the grinding disk of the milling equipment. If necessary, the previous material conveying system and the materials in the grinding should be discharged and then subjected to feeding grinding.

The article introduced in detail why the superfine pulverizer will raise the roll phenomenon, mainly due to two reasons: one is the phenomenon that the amount of feed is small, and the other is the phenomenon that the amount of feed is large. The situation in each aspect was analyzed and the solution was given. In the actual work, the amount of material to be fed was strictly controlled so that it could meet the production requirements of the mill, thereby reducing the phenomenon of lifting.

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