Raymond Mill Parts – The Ultimate Guide for 2022
Main Parts Of Raymond Mill
Main parts of Raymond mill include grinding roller, grinding ring, classifier, gearbox and main unit belt pulley etc.
Parts And Their Functions
Raymond grinding roller materials usually are made of alloy steel, alloy carbon steel, ZG65Mn manganese alloy steel, ZGMn13 high manganese alloy steel.
Among them, alloy steel and high-quality alloy carbon steel have better wear resistance and are suitable for softer or low-hardness materials.
The material used to make the grinding ring is the same as grinding rollers. Most Raymond mill manufacturers are more likely to apply manganese alloy steel due to its good wear resistance and low cost.
Functions Of Grinding Roller
The role of the grinding ring is to cooperate with the grinding roller to complete the grinding process.
In main unit’s working process, grinding roller device not only performs gyration by surrounding the central axis, but also performs revolution by surrounding the grinding ring. The grinding roller itself self- rotates by rubbing effect, the merit of which is that it can not only fully pulverize material, but also ensure uniform wear around grinding roller increasing service life of grinding roller.
Mainly used to control the powder fineness of Raymond mill.
Classifier Of Raymond Mill
Driven by the motor, the classifier going through the two-stage deceleration rotates the blades of the turntable then classified the powder into different sizes.
The normal operation of Raymond mill relies on the cooperation of various parts. So, if the finished product is too fine or too coarse, it will not be caused only by one part but by poor fit.
Optimizing your Raymond roller mill parts
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Together we can explore new fabrication and material options to achieve your specific goals including:
Achieve better cost efficiencies
Increase production or capacity
Simplify the part replacement process
Reduce maintenance and downtime
Improve safety and minimize environmental impact