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Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill Tph Indian

Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill Tph Indian

What Is The Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill “Up Belly”?

When the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill is in a steady state, the amount of material entering the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill is substantially equal to the amount of material discharged from the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill. However, sometimes, for some reasons (such as large amount of sand return, large ore volume, etc.), the amount of material to be fed increases, exceeding the maximum allowable capacity of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill itself, so that it accumulates in the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill. It is impossible to discharge and gradually loses the grinding effect. This phenomenon is called the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill.

What Are The Hazards Of The Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill?

There are two main aspects to the hazard of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill:

1. “Rising belly” will reduce or even lose the grinding effect on the ore and destroy the stable work of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill. At the same time, the problem of handling the “crowding belly” of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill will also affect the follow-up. The quality of the ore and the fineness of the grinding of the sorting operation hinder the normal operation of the sorting operation.

2. Serious “upswing” will damage the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill. For example, when the overflow type Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill is seriously “upward”, large ore and steel balls will be spit out from the inlet and the discharge port, that is, “pre-spit and pull-back”. Especially in closed-circuit grinding, the overflow-type Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill causes a large number of steel balls and ore blocks to enter the returning sand box, causing large ore and steel balls to collide with the scoop-type ore feeder, damaging the ore and returning sand. The box causes the scoop head to fall off or the joint screw of the miner and the hollow shaft is deformed or sheared, which destroys the concentricity of the feeder and the hollow shaft. In severe cases, the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill vibrates or beats, and the bearing and the gear are subjected to the impact load. And damaged.

How To Deal With The Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill “Up Belly”?

To deal with the “crowding problem” of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill, firstly, the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill can be reduced or the mine can be stopped for a short time, which can reduce the working load of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill and reduce the amount of minerals passed by the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill. . The second is to adjust the water consumption and control the grinding concentration.

All in all, the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill “upper belly” is a problem that many concentrators encounter in production more or less. It is recommended that the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill operator must pay more attention to the operation of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill and calmly analyze the reasons. After that, the corresponding measures are taken to cope with the problem of “crowding belly” of the Indian Pyrophyllite Grinding Mill to ensure the normal production of the concentrator.

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