Sieve mills are designed to grind dry materials (moisture content less or equal 2%) of various hardness. Sieve mills are most commonly used for grinding limestone, coal, glass or porcelain cullet, clinker, and animal bones. In sieve mills, the 0.5mm, 0.2mm, or 0.1mm mesh is usually applied.
An optimal ratio of the milling chamber speed to its diameter, cascade arrangement of outer plates, as well as a possibility to choose from a variety of grinding sieves’ shapes and materials they are made from significantly improves the performance of the GMS machines.
The material is fed into the drum chamber, where it’s crushed. The impact energy of grinding balls presses the material into the space between the sieves, from which the mesh fraction is returned to the drum chamber while the sieved fines have fallen to the bottom collector.
|Mill||Diameter [mm]||Length [mm]||Capacity [t/h]||Power [kW]||Weight without the grinding mediums [kg]|
|GMS-1409||ø1400||900||up to 1||11||6000|
|GMS-1712||ø1700;||1200||up to 2||22||8500|