Air Classifier Mill

MJW-W Air Classifier Mill

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    • Horizontal classification design, more suitable for ultra-fine powder production, performance comparable to German ZPS air classification mill.
    • The unique grinding structure and classofying structure design realize the unique grinding effect.
    • Special flow field design to avoid the accumulation of some materials with poor fluidity.
    • The classifying apex cutting is more precise and the particle size distribution of the product is narrower.
    • Easy to clean, suitable for the production needs of frequent replacement of materials.

    The Air Classifying Mill requires air or gas for the conveying, size reduction and air classification of the product being processed. Air or gas is introduced to the  Air Classifying Mill via the main air inlet and the product inlet. As much as 30% of the total air volume can be introduced at the product inlet depending upon the application. Feed material is pneumatically conveyed under vacuum or mechanically conveyed by an auger, into the feed inlet of the mill along with the process air. Ideally, material is fed at a constant rate via a volumetric or gravimetric feeding device.

    After passing through the feed inlet, material enters the grinding zone. At this point, material comes in contact with the face of the rotating hammers, where impact takes place and the material is fractured into smaller particles. Situated around the perimeter of the grinding chamber is a “multiple deflector liner”. This component assists in slowing the peripheral velocity of the product and deflecting it back into the hammer path for more efficient impact and size reduction.

    The product is then conveyed upwards by the air stream through a shroud and baffle assembly that changes the direction of the product/air mixture while directing it to the classification zone. The shroud and baffle assembly also provides a separation of the mill internal area into two zones; a grinding zone and a classifying zone.

    Once the product enters the classification zone, the particles are presented to the rotating classifier wheel, where based upon size and density, the particles either pass through the classifier or oversize particles are rejected and flow back to the grinding zone for additional size reduction. The processed product/air mixture then exits through the mill outlet.

    There are two main parameters that are used to control and change particle cut point or maximum particle size; air volume through the mill and rotational speed of the classifier. The air flow through the mill generates a drag force to convey the particles to the classifier and the rotational speed of the classifier generates a centrifugal force that rejects the particles away from the classifier. When these two forces are equalized for a given particle mass, that particle has an equal probability of being accepted or rejected at the face of the classifier wheel. Based upon varying these opposing forces either through a change in air volume, or a change in classifier speed, the particle top size cut point can be controlled.



    Model 300 400 500 600 700 1000 1250 1500
    Motor Power(kw) 7.5 22 30 37 45 75-90 132-160 200-250
    Rotating speed(rpm) 7500 4800 4200 3500 3000 2100 1800 1500
    Motor Power(kw) 3 5.5 7.5 15 15 22 30 45
    Rotating speed(rpm max) 8500 6000 4650 4000 3300 2400 1900 1500
    Fineness (μm) 5-300 5-300 5-300 5-300 5-300 5-300 5-300 5-300
    Capacity (kg/h) 2-100 10-1000 15-1500 20-2000 18-1800 45-4500 75-7500 100-10000
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