Wet Grinding Mill Plant
|Automatic Grade||Semi Automatic|
|Capacity Range||200 kg/hr - 5 mt/hr|
We are engaged in manufacturing and supplying of the one of finest quality Wet Grinding Mill used for mineral < 5microns products. The product is fabricated using finest grade raw materials under stringent supervision of our team of experts, ensures excellent results. These low cost machines are available in numerous models with capability of producing up to 2 microns products d97.
About Wet Grinding Mill Plant Process Description
In general, dry milling cannot break apart a product to save its parts for other uses. Wet milling may be a more intensive process, but it can reduce a product into more components, and into finer particles in the micron & submicron (or nanometer) particle size range, allowing for the production of a greater variety of byproducts and improved physical properties. For example, when organic pigments are reduced to sub-micron sizes, their color is stronger. This allows the customer to use less pigment in an ink, paint, or dye, thereby reducing production costs.
A mill is charged with media (small beads or spheres) and activated by a high-speed agitator shaft to separate the individual particles. When the agitator rotates, it transmits kinetic energy to the media. When the material is pumped through the mill, this energy acts on the solids suspended in a liquid (slurry) to tear them apart (shearing) or crush them, reducing them in size. The particles are simultaneously dispersed in the liquid which is then ready for use or can be dried and separated for use in other products.
Different materials are used for the grinding media. The beads, or balls, can be made of plastic, glass, ceramics such as aluminum oxide and zirconium oxide, steel, and tungsten carbide. Depending on the material that is being ground and what the end-use will be for the product, different media milling processes can be used, including comminution (reduction to minute particles) and de-agglomeration (separating particles that are clustered together). Factors that influence the ultimate particle size are the size of the grinding media, the time the material spends in the grinding chamber, the number of passes through the mill, and the speed of agitation.
With the right media milling equipment, manufacturers can cost-effectively create uniformly fine particles with limited or no contamination. But custom blending and milling requires specialized equipment and knowledge of intricate engineering processes. Manufacturers may lack the resources for making these products in their own facilities because acquisition of all of the necessary equipment and expertise can be expensive. And no single system can do everything; even simple wet milling and mixing installations can require additional premix equipment, tanks, mixers, pumps, filters, electronics and plumbing.