The Raymond mill system is mainly composed of grinding host, grading screening, product collection, etc. Although the connecting pipes are only a part of the Raymond mill system, the level of output is inseparable from these pipes. What are the precautions for the use of the connecting pipes in the Raymond mill? Let's take a look below:
(1) Pipeline tightness: The quality of the pipe tightness directly affects the air pressure and air volume transportation, and has a great impact on the fineness of the product and the powder yield. Good sealing is an important quality criterion.
(2) Reasonable camber of the pipeline: When designing the pipeline, the camber of the pipeline should not be less than 90°, and the excess should be as smooth as possible to make the air supply resistance small.
(3) The length and height of the pipeline can be adjusted: when the classifier is fixed, adjust the relative position of the high point of the pipeline, so as to adjust the fineness to achieve the fineness required by the customer and achieve the balance point of the output fineness, so that the fineness can be adjusted. It not only meets the fineness requirements, but also maximizes the production capacity.
The above is the content of the precautions when using the connecting pipes in the Raymond mill. If you have other questions, you can leave a message for consultation and learn more.