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The Working Principle Of Bauxite Mill Is Analyzed In Detail

Last Update:2020-05-03 10:42:10

As we all know, bauxite mill is a kind of mechanical equipment used to process bauxite. Because of its many advantages, it has been recognized by the majority of users. With our increasing demand for bauxite, now bauxite mill has become an indispensable part. However, the biggest advantage of the optimized mill is energy saving and environmental protection, greatly reducing the surrounding ring Environmental pollution, green production has become a synonym for green mine production. Next, I will introduce the working principle of the new bauxite mill. When the analyzer of bauxite grinder is working, the materials are grinded, and then filtered by the analyzer. The qualified materials are sent to the cyclone collector, and the unqualified materials are returned to the grinding room for grinding again. When the analyzer works, it drives the blades to rotate according to the motor, and then screens the materials. If the wind power is greater, the rotation speed is greater, so the fineness of the finished product is finer, otherwise it is the opposite. Therefore, we should adjust the relative speed according to our own needs, so the speed of the analyzer can not be increased infinitely, we should consider many factors comprehensively, so we can improve the grinding efficiency and analysis efficiency of the equipment. For more details, please pay attention to our official account of WeChat.


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