|Brand||ALPA Powder Technology|
|Material||stainless steel / carbon Steel|
|Motor||10kW to 150kW|
|Capacity||500 grams per hour to 10 tons per hour|
Raw material is evenly fed into grinding chamber by feeding system. The material is powdered under the action of strong collision, shearing, friction and other comprehensive forces between the grinding disc (rotor) and the teeth like stator. Crushed powder enters into classifying chamber where classifier wheel rotates at high speed. Due to centripetal force, qualified powder enters the collector and coarser powder fall down to grinding chamber for regrinding.
· Compact structure, less space required.
· Less energy consumption, wide application, high cost performance.
· For different product grades, different types of grinding disc (Pin, Hammer, teeth or other shape) can be used based on characteristics of materials.
· Key components like hammer, gear ring, inner liner and classifying wheel can be made of ceramic such as aluminium oxide, zirconium oxide or silicon carbide.
· Explosion proof design can be used for grinding inflammable and highly explosive material.
· High temperature, low temperature and normal temperature design models are available for different grading requirements of different materials.
· Integration of grinder and classifier in one mill.
· Double-axis structure, less heat generation and high efficiency.
· Ceramic lining to grinding block, ring gear and other parts to avoid metal contact and to meet most stringent requirements.
· No dead angle, easy dismantling and cleaning.
· Especially suitable for ultrafine grinding.
· Designed to have less noise.
· PLC based, achieve hierarchical authority management, storable, with vibration sensors etc. using effective warning to prevent accidents.
· With the assisted of flip structure. Manually assisted to flip machine (hydraulic flip) without tool, replacing parts and repairing is convenient.
· D50: 2μm - 45μm is achieved.
Widely used in non-metallic minerals (Moh’s hardness<5), battery materials, chemicals, inorganic salts, pharmaceuticals, food, pigments, dyes, pesticides, battery materials, minerals, refractory materials and other industries.