A powder grinding mill is a special type of a grinder used to grind huge fragments of material feed into fine particles. Depending on the type of the mill used, the output material may have a grain size diameter of up to one micron.
There are various types of power grinding mills commonly used in construction, manufacturing and development. Here is a quick breakdown of the types and uses of power grinding mills.
Coarse powder millers
This type of a grinding mill has a PC-series hammer crusher and a CLIRIK coarse powder mill, including many other models. These powder mills are mainly used to produce 0-3mm coarse powder. The major applications are small scale gold grinding lines, glass recycling and fertilizer production.
Medium size powder grinding mill
These grinding mills have mature grinding technology and are ideal in producing 0-425 mesh mineral powders. Currently, these type of grinding mills are adopted by construction industries producing materials such as the ceramic, cement, limestone, or putty powder. Commonly used in desulfurizing projects for coal-fired power plants and the coal grinding industry among others. The classic medium sized powder grinders include Ball Mill, Raymond Mill, MTN powder grinders and MTW series European powder millers.
Ultrafine powder millers
HGM Ultrafine Micron Mills have the best performance with ultrafine powders. These mills are specially designed for producing 325-2500 mesh ultrafine powder. At present, it is the top choice for putty powder grinding, heavy calcium carbonate grinding and coal-fly ash powder. It is employed by high-tech industries in manufacturing many electronics and hardware.
Powder millers can perform either dry or wet grinding. Dry grinding involves purely dry, raw materials and physical crashing is applied for grinding. Wet grinding involves use of chemicals for exceptional fine grinding. Therefore, the moisture content and chemical properties of raw materials are important to consider before choosing the best power grinding mill for your application.
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