Brief introduction to ore milling equipment

Ore milling equipment, also known as compound ore milling equipment, is a kind of ore milling equipment which combines the advantages of impact crushers and hammer crushers. It has the characteristics of high reduction ratio, low power consumption, stable performance and easy maintenance, etc.
Features of ore milling equipment
(1) The crushing rate is high.
(2) With the unique steel frame, it can be used in many fields.
(3) The easy-wearing parts of the ore milling equipment adopt alloy steel structure frame system.
(4) The fabric wetness has less impact on the machine.
(5) The dirt pollution is a smaller amount.
The Performance of ore milling equipment
The vertical ore milling equipment is fine ore milling equipment that crushes materials like limestone, dolomite, cement clinker, iron ore, molybdenum ore, aluminum, cobble, rock phosphorite, copper ore, burned magnesite, serpentine, calces, gypsum, lump coal, zeolite and sandstone with middle hardness and pressure strength less than 210MPa and humidity less than 5%. It is widely used in the industry of mining, metallurgy, building materials, fireproof materials, cement, coal, glass, chemical industry, and electricity power and so on.
The Working Principle of Compound ore milling equipment
When the ore milling equipmentis working, the engine rotates around a fixed point driven by the belt wheel or the coupling. The transmission shaft and the conical part of the ore milling equipmentswing under the force from the eccentric bushing, which makes the crushing wall close to the pierced mortar wall at intervals. Then, the ores will be impacted, squeezed and bent constantly in the crushing chamber. At last, the whole ore crushing process is finished.
The motor drives the rotor that is fixed on the main bearing to run quickly toward certain direction when the machine works. The materials fall into the throw-up disc and will be impacted by the high speed strips of the throw-up disc, and then strike with the impact board under the effect of centrifugal force.
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