The main component of gypsum is hydrated calcium sulfate, with a specific gravity of 2.8-3.0g / cm³ and low hardness. Gypsum can be used in cement retarders, gypsum building products, model making, medical food additives, sulfuric acid production, paper fillers, paint fillers, etc. The application of gypsum often starts with the production of gypsum powder.
The production of gypsum powder requires a complete set of pulverizer equipment. The high-pressure pulverizer produced by Jianye is a mill equipment that is very suitable for gypsum powder grinding. Stable performance and many users.
A set of 5R mills that Jianye has just exported to India is used in the processing of gypsum powder, with a fineness of 200 mesh and an output of 8 tons. The advantages of the high-pressure mill when grinding gypsum powder are as follows:
Compared with other mills, the high-pressure micro-powder mill has a 800-1200 kg increase in the rolling force of the rollers on the material under the action of a strong pressure spring. It can achieve ultra-fine powder with an average material diameter of <6.5um at one time. The grinding device adopts an overlapping multi-stage seal with good sealing performance.
The high-pressure mill uses wind energy to make powder at one time, eliminating the traditional screening method. In the high-pressure micro-powder milling machine, there are mainly high-pressure springs with a pressure of 1000-1500 kg on the grinding roller hanger. After the high-pressure mill starts to work, the grinding roller rotates around the main shaft, and under the action of the high-pressure spring and eccentricity, it rolls close to the grinding ring. The pressure is 1.2 times higher than the Raymond mill under the same dynamic conditions, so the output is large. For improvement.
In addition to 5R models, 4R9518 and 6R4528 series are commonly used in high-pressure mills. In addition, Jianye has also introduced 190 series mills with larger production capacity, which is also to meet the mass production needs of the powder market. Consulting hotline 400-670-9985!