Wet Ball Mill = kg kWh = 0.16(A i-0.015) 0.33; Dry Ball Mill = kg / kWh = 0.023A i 0.5; Replacement Ball Size. Rowland and Kjos proposed the use of their equation for the determination of the initial and replacement media size. Azzaroni (1981) and Dunn (1989) recommended the use of the following expression for the size of the makeup media:
I have selected Ball mill for the grinding of rejects coming from Jig for further recovery of iron values from WHIMS. Optimum mesh of grind is 0.15 mm . From Laboratory testwork Bond work index determine is 15.36 kWH/t for Jig rejects. Ball Mill is in close circuit. Recirculating load is 250% for ball mill
Ball mills, that are commonly used for finish grinding, have high energy demands, consuming up to 30-42 kWh/t clinker depending on the fineness of the cement. Complete replacement of ball mills by vertical roller mills (VRMs) with an integral separator – as opposed to the use of VRMs as pre-grinding to ball mills – is regarded as a breakthrough
Disadvantages are the energy consumption in kWh/t of around 30-40 kWh/t for clinker, is typically louder than other comminution machines and may require longer downtime periods for maintenance. 4 Ball mills come in two compartments with ball charge size of around 50mm-90mm for grinding the coarser material and the second compartment containing
torque mill test is the mill energy input divided by the solids load. The energy specific cumulative grinding rate at each screen size is calculated from a torque-mill test as in the example that follows. Torque mill solids load during test: 11.25 kg (24.8 lb) of ball mill feed sample from plant survey. Sample is reconstituted with water to be
Jan 20, 2020 Jan 20, 2020 test. This isn’t reported in a standard ball mill work index test, but the method of Levin, 1989, can be used to calculate a “Levin B value” which is the kW h per revolution of a Bond laboratory ball mill. Dividing ball mill grindability (g of product/rev) by the Levin B (kWh/rev) gives the desired units of measurement (g/kWh)
tively, as compared with 27,8 kWh/t when the ball mill alone was used to achieve a sieve residue of 5,2 % over 45 m. These values correspond to energy savings of 40 % (for 5,5 h) and 35 % (for 6 h) for grinding of the commercial porcelain tile mix. Parti-cle size distributions of the slurries
W is the work index measured in a laboratory ball mill (kilowatt-hours per metric or short ton) P 80 is the mill circuit product size in micrometers; F 80 is the mill circuit feed size in micrometers. Rod mill. A rotating drum causes friction and attrition between steel rods and ore particles
FIG 2 - Specifi c breakage rate of Millpebs versus 25 mm media in ball mills. Application Ore Type BWI kWh/t F80 μm Bond Ball Top Size % Millpebs Energy Savings Finer Grind Secondary ball mill Cu-Zn-Pb 12.0 93 8 mm 100% -36% Same Regrind ball mill Cu-Pb 12.0 30 5 mm 100% -37% Same Regrind ball mill Cu-Zn-Pb 10.0 40 5 mm 100% -40% Same
Apr 24, 2015 Ball mill consist of a hollow cylindrical shell rotating about its axis. Axis of the shell horizontal or at small angle to the horizontal It is partially filled with balls made up of Steel,Stainless steel or rubber Inner surface of the shell is lined with abrasion resistant materials such as Manganese,Steel or rubber Length of the mill is
BALL MILL Specification Number A Process Data Sheet xxxx-xxx-xxx Sheet No : 1 of 2 Area: xxx Client : Operating Centre: Jakarta No. 1 Working 1 Service: ROM Ball Mill Item No: 1 of: Standby 0 xxxx-ML-001 2 Manufacturer: Model Type and Number: 3 OPERATING CONDITIONS 4 MATERIAL HANDLED: Crushed Ore 5 Hazard Considerations: Yes X No Type: 6 DESIGN CONDITIONS FEED PRODUCT
The ball mill work index laboratory test is conducted by grinding an ore sample prepared to 100% passing 3.36 mm (6 mesh) to product size in the range of 45-150 m (325-100 mesh), thus determining the ball mill work index (Wi B or BWi). The work index calculations across a narrow size range are conducted using the appropriate laboratory work
The mill product can either be finished size ready for processing, or an intermediate size ready for final grinding in a rod mill, ball mill or pebble mill. AG/SAG mills can accomplish the same size reduction work as two or three stages of crushing and screening, a rod mill, and some or all of the work of a ball mill
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