• 05 Dec, 2022
  • By EPIC Powder

How to deal with these common problems of jet mill? EPIC Powder Machinery

Since the introduction of the air flow mill, the working efficiency of all walks of life has also been constantly improved, and it plays an important role in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and other industries. Therefore, the failure of the air flow mill in operation needs more attention

First of all, the air flow pulverizer usually adopts the direct connection between the motor and the crushing device, which is simple and easy to maintain. However, if the two can not be well connected during the assembly process, it will cause the overall vibration of the airflow crusher. A. The rotor of the motor is different from that of the air flow pulverizer. The position of the motor can be moved on the left or right side of the motor, or on the gasket at the bottom of the motor to adjust the concentricity of the two rotors. B. The rotor of the air flow pulverizer is not concentric. The reason is that the two bearing surfaces supporting the rotor shaft are not in the same plane. The copper sheet can be inserted at the bottom of the bearing seat, or the adjustable wedge iron at the bottom of the bearing can be added to ensure that 2 shaft heads are concentric. C. The vibration of air flow mill is large. The reason is that the coupling between the coupling and the rotor is uneven on the rotor center or the flat hammer in the rotor. The corresponding method of coupling with motor shall be adopted according to different types of couplings. When the weights of hammers are not equal, it is necessary to select each group of hammers to make the symmetrical hammers less than 5g. The above is how to deal with the common problems of the air jet mill, which is provided by Qingdao EPIC Powder Machinery. The company has always followed the standard management, put quality first in the production and service policy, and provided customers with reliable and satisfactory products and services of jet mill



Olli Särkkälä

Hello, We are looking for a milling solution for our oat production (two products). 1. We have oven baked oat kernels (with skin intact) and 2. Oven baked oat husks These we should make into fine flour. Previously they have been made by stone mills (whole oat kernel) and the other product (oat husk) by two hammer mills (first around 2mm sieve and the other around 1mm sieve). We would imagine a hammer mill with a 0,7mm-1mm sieve or such would be suitable to grind into fine flour. It seems that suction-blowing hammer mills are not suitable since they leave "little sticks" into the otherwise fine flour. Yearly production volume is about 80.000 kg combined so nothing huge is needed.



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