T130X Reinforced Ultrafine Mill

T130X Reinforced Ultrafine Mill

shredding and flattening of your cork cell aggre-' gates to a diversity of shapes and sizes with resultant loss of item for the duration of screening resulting from particular size reduction. Such remedy also has obvious adverse efi'ects on the properties on the cork and its suitability for application to subsequent uses. A further outcome of the distortion with the cork particles through the crushing step is that the screening operation is complicated and it really is correspondingly dimcult to safe the comprehensive separation of your cork from the other bark constituents. The cork fraction is hence obtained in animpure condition contaminated by substantial amounts of other fibrous and amorphous materials.

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The bark from the Douglas fir includes up to about 50% or far more by weight of cork

It has been recognized within the prior art that the barks of lots of trees apart from the cork oak include substantial quantities of cork. The bark from the Douglas fir, as an example, includes up to about 50% or far more by weight of cork. The cork is present in the barks of such trees inside the form of a8- gregates of cork cells. As compared with all the other components of bark, for example, the sieve tubes, food storage cells, connecting cells, stone cells and fiber bundles, which components collectively comprise the bark phloem, the cork aggregates are fairly challenging and resistant to abrasive or crushing action. Benefit has been taken of this home by prior art strategies for separating cork from bark comprising subjecting the bark to a grinding or abrasive action calculated to efi'ect the differential pulverization in the bark constituents and subsequently separating, as by selective screening, the cork particles from the extra finely divided content from the pulverized mass. The solutions of the prior art have not, however, been designed to avoid harm to the cork particles. The conditions of remedy have already been of such severity as to result in the tearing.

Objects from the invention may very well be achieved by subjecting pieces of bark

It has been found that the above and also other objects from the invention may very well be achieved by subjecting pieces of bark for the action of indicates for breaking the bonds among the cork particles along with the surrounding matrix by disintegration of the pieces into a mass in which the cork particles are to become located loosened but not completely freed from particles of non-cork constituents from the bark. The pieces of bark are hence disintegrated devoid of substantial reduction in the particle size on the cork and with no tearing or shredding or crushing of the cork particles. The disintegrated mass is then subjected within a subsequent operation to a rolling, beating action having for its function the further pulverizing in the phloem and its comparatively complete disengagement in the cork. This operation, therefore, completes the action began within the very first operation, 1. e., the diflerential pulverization on the phloem, and, furthermore, cleans the cork particles by beating them sufllciently to fully totally free them from anyadhering particles of foreign matter.

The disintegration in the pieces of bark

The initial of the abovesteps, i. e., the disintegration in the pieces of bark, is preferably practiced upon bark which has been air dried and is inside a state of subdivision such that it's conveniently introduced into and operated upon by the distinct means employed for its disintegration. Such indicates have to perforce be of enough strength and power and be so developed as to subject the bark to a uniform beating and crushing action in order to break down the bark structure and loosen the cork cell aggregates from the surrounding material. This may very well be achieved inside a swing type hammer mill which reduces the bark to a size suificiently tiny to pass by way of the openings in the screen with which the mill is offered. The screen openings could be varied according to the size or the cork aggregate desired and might vary from a minimum of /64 inch to 1 inch. 'Under certain circumstances the cork aggregates are fairly massive, and it might be desirable to obtain in the bark a cork fraction possessing ag egates a largeas virtually feasible.

Name & Model T130X
Ring roll number (pcs) 4
Major diameter of roller (mm) Φ410×210
Inner diameter of roller (mm) Φ1300×210
Revolving Speed (rmin) 103
Max feed size (mm) <30
Final size (mm) 0.074-0.038
Output (T) 1.8-6.5
Complete physical size (mm) 7390×9960×8245
Main motor Model Y280S-4
Power (KW) 75
Rotate speed (rmin) 1480
Induced draft fan motor Model Y280M-4
Power (KW) 90
Rotate speed (rmin) 1480
Classifier speed regulating motor Model Y160L-4
Power (KW) 15
Rotate speed (rmin) 1460 (Frequency converter speed control)
Elevator
Elevator model TH210
Model Y100L2-4
Power (KW) 3
Rotate speed (rmin) 1430
Jaw Crusher Jaw Crusher model PE 250×400
Model Y180L-6
Power (KW) 15
Rotate speed (rmin) 970
Magnetic vibrating feeder Model GZ3F
Power (KW) 0.2

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