Friday, August 14, 2020

Powder Grinding Equipment Part IV

DMC Pulse Dust Collector
DMC Pulse Dust Collector is a device used to capture solid particulates in gases, resulting in air purification and recovery of various industrial materials with the aim of preventing air pollution. High efficiency when cleaning is also a plus for this tool, with its capabilities similar to that of a dry dust remover. The percentage level of purification is very high, reaching more than 99% even for particles with a size larger than the sub-micro. Among the industrial materials that can be processed by this tool are carbon black, cement, metallurgy, mining, and others.

Users of this filter bag component have a working principle that is influenced by a fan, so that the dust collecting room can suck air along with air flow from the bottom. The speed of air flow also affects the dust collection process by classification, where large dust particles will go down while fine dust particles will be in the outer layer of the filter bag due to detention in that section. Until finally, dust particles will be exhausted, while the results of air purification will be discharged to the cleaning room.

Powder Classifier
This 1-80 t / h capacity powder separator is used to perform powder separation by predetermined air classifications. This tool uses low resistance so it is very efficient when collecting dust and is able to significantly improve the quality of the final product. Even the level of ability in the separation process reaches 85% -90% or it could be more than that. Like other dust collectors, it is capable of processing powder, cement, metallurgy, and others. It also offers a circuit milling system close to the ball mill. In addition, the finely adjusted and regulated motor speed can change the spindle speed.

The working principle of the Powder Classifier, namely the air classification with the ball mill which is carried out makes the ball mill capacity increase and produces the final product according to the desired material size, especially in the production of cement, sand, fly ash, and others. When operating, the transmission device has a vertical transmission shaft that rotates because the motor is regulated at high speed. Then there is a cone consisting of coarse powder and a powder pipe. Until the final product in the form of fine powder will enter through the cage rotor if you want, then end up in the fine powder collecting cone.

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