Summary：The output and fineness of the mill are two extremely important links that affect the profit of the production line. The output is the quantity of finished prod
The output and fineness of the mill are two extremely important links that affect the profit of the production line. The output is the quantity of finished products per unit time, and the fineness determines whether the finished product can be smoothly applied to the production of various industries. In fact, There is a close relationship between yield and fineness. Here is a brief introduction to the relationship between the two.
For the grinding equipment of the mill, in the production of materials, not only the production is important, but also the fineness of the finished powder is important, because the two determine the comprehensive income of the production line, and the two There is also a close relationship between them. Here is a brief introduction to this close relationship.
Through the analysis of the grinding machine production process, it can be known that when the output is high, the particles of the finished powder are larger, and when the finished powder is finer, the output of the equipment is lower, that is, the finished powder The fineness is inversely related to the size of the production capacity. So why is this?
When the mill grinds the material, if the required fineness of the finished product is high, then the speed of the analyzer inside the mill is relatively high, which makes the coarser analysis after the grinding cannot pass, and needs to be re-ground. This extends the time of the powder inside the mill, which means that the amount of finished powder discharged by the mill per unit time is reduced, so its productivity is reduced. Similarly, when the fineness of the powder is low, analysis The machine speed is slow, most of the powder can pass, so there is more finished powder discharged per unit time, so the output is higher.
Production is one of the most concerned issues for customers. In the production of mills, because the size of the production is closely related to the fineness of the powder, it is not possible to pursue the size of the production capacity, but also to take into account the size of the finished particles. Appropriate finished products can meet the needs of the market. From this aspect, it can be seen that the decline in output is not only caused by the problems of the equipment itself, but also caused by factors such as operation, which may be caused by changes in the fineness of the finished product. In actual production, when there is a phenomenon of a decline in production, it is necessary to make a careful judgment.