High Precision Classifying Rotor
High-precision classifying rotors ensure precise apex cutting for demanding product requirements.World-class ceramic rotor with line speeds up to 65m/s. High-precision and high-purity ultra-fine powder classifying can achieve a specific gravity of 26g/cm3, D100: 8um.
Automation technology, stable and consistent
Automation technology, precise weighing control, free from human interference, stable from start to finish; super fine powder grinding is more stable and reliable; ceramic protection technology, no metal pollution, meet the requirements of high purity materials; zero metal contact of the whole powder process , to meet the highest standards.
Large scale, Large production capacity
We have the jet mill which own the largest production capacity currently operating in China and have independent intellectual property rights. Supporting 1000KW power air compressor, the capacity is 57T/h (toothpaste grade calcium hydrogen phosphate D97=<10um).
Jet Mill works with cyclone separator, dust collector and suction fan to form a complete classifying system. Compressed air flow after filtration and drying would go into milling chamber from nozzles, and meet in the center area, where material would be impacted and ground and sheared. Milled powder would go up to the classifying chamber by the air flow from suction fan. The high-speed rotation of classifier wheel would create a strong centrifugal force to separate coarse powder and fine powder. Qualified fine powder would go through the wheel vane then into the cyclone separator or dust collector, while mixture of coarse powder and fine powder would fall down to the milling chamber to be milled again.
Note: The production capacity is closely related to the particle size, specific gravity, hardness, moisture and other indicators of the raw materials. The above is only for selection reference.
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Applications and Services
This equipment is suitable for ultra-fine grinding of raw materials in chemical, mineral, metallurgy, abrasives, ceramics, refractory materials, medicines, pesticides, food, health products, new materials and other industries.