A sintered bauxite raymond mill having a long, thin milling chamber which spirals upward in a conical arrangement from a center location within a housing to a point at the periphery of the housing. The configuration of the chamber improves the efficiency of the mill and promotes the use of a continuous operation rather than a batch process. Eccentrically mounted rotating weights cause the media and parts to migrate upward from a central receiving position to the periphery of the housing.
Material suitability for sintered bauxite raymond mill: Lime, Calcium carbide, Alumina, Gypsum, Bauxite, Chromitem, Limestone, Sillimanite, Fluorite, Pigments, Dolomite, Magnesite.
sintered bauxite raymond mills are the most versatile line of mills available today for fast, low-cost particle size reduction to sub-micron range. sintered bauxite raymond mill action achieves higher output per input horsepower; precise control of size and distribution. Product contamination from media and lining wear is virtually eliminated. Maintenance costs are low because of few moving parts and replaceable linings made of abrasion-resistant metal, ceramic or elastomers.
The sintered bauxite raymond mill's unique vibratory motion, coupled with the use of cylindrical media, allows a dense packing of the media bed assuring maximum media surface contact and minimum void area when operated under a low energy condition. Feed materials as large as 300 microns can be reduced to sub-micron sizes.
In the high energy configuration, feed materials as large as twelve inch agglomerates have been successfully milled and solid particles of a half inch are being reduced to a d50 of less than 5 microns.