Ferroalloys, ore, coal, slag, ceramics, glass, limestone, soda, smalt, diatomaceous earth.
|Average product particle size at minimum gap, mm||70-100|
|Product particle size at minimum gap, mm||90%<250|
|Maximum initial material grain size, mm*||10|
|Mohs hardness of crushed material, up to||7|
|Loading door dimension, mm||Ø129|
|Crushing zone loading door dimension, mm||Ø62|
|Discharge slot adjustment range, mm||0-10|
|50 Hz supply voltage, V||380|
|Electric motor power, kW||1,5|
|Leading debalance speed, rpm||1750; 2400; 3000|
|Overall dimensions (Length x Width x Height), mm||480х250х420|
Weight/weight with control panel, kg
|Cones material – tool steel||105WCr6|
|Cones hardness, HRC||55-62|
Control panel model
* Depends on the physical properties of the material and the gap between cones
Selective milling of large particles of material without over-milling of the entire sample. Efficient milling due to high frequency exposure.
For continuous operation, a discharge nozzle is provided. One-time loading of material — no dosage is needed.
Due to its small size and low energy consumption, VCM 10 is suitable for use in laboratories.
Easy adjustment of V-belt drive.
PRODUCT PARTICLE SIZE AJUSTMENT
There are 4 ways to adjust the particle size of the product:
Rolling of the milling cone inside the driven debalance protects the mill from breakdowns due to the indestructible objects. Thrust thread eliminates jamming and provides reliable adjustment of the gap between the shells. The impeller and air vents are designed to cooling the debalance bearings.
QUALITY SPARE PARTS
The inner and outer shells are made of tool steel. The saddle of the driven debalance is made of bronze.
DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE
In a vibrating cone mill, milling occurs due to abrasion — simultaneous deformation of compression and shear of the material.
The structure of the mill includes: base, cylindrical body, milling cone, bowl, lead and driven debalances and electric motor.
The milling cone and the bowl are protected by conical lining – inner and outer shells.
The housing consists of two coaxially mounted cylinders — the outer and the inner ones. In the cavity formed by the inner cylinder and the base, the lead and driven unbalances are located.
The bowl is screwed into the thread of the outer cylinder of the housing. A back-end cover is connected to the bowl, due to the rotation of which the distance between the inner and outer shells changes; thereby sets the size of the milling product.
The material is loaded into the funnel and enters the crushing zone formed by the surfaces of the outer and inner shells. When the debalances rotate, a centrifugal force arises, while the milling cone with the inner shell makes a planetary run-in along the outer one. Particles of material are wedged between the shells and are simultaneously subjected to compression and shear deformations. Shells form two milling zones: wedge-shaped for preliminary crushing and gauge for fine milling.
The crushed material is unloaded through the nozzle or into the collecting container.
Loading scoops, V=0,07 L and 1,2 L