Raymond is one of the leading manufacturers of rolling mills, bowl mills, screen mills and vertical mills and at A.M. King we carry high quality used Raymond roller mills that can be used in a number of mining and processing applications. Raymond mills are often used in the processing of coal, lime, talc, clay, bentonite and kaolin. Raymond roller mills can be used for the grinding and processing of more than 280 kinds of non-flammable and non-explosive materials with hardness less than 7 and humidity less than 6% in mining, construction, chemical industries and metallurgy. The fineness of the finished product can range from 100 mesh to 325 mesh depending on your needs.
The Raymond roller mill is an airswept, vertical ring-roll mill with an integral classification system that simultaneously dries, pulverizes and classifies clays, minerals and manufactured materials. The Raymond roller mill can produce particles ranging from coarse granular products to much finer materials. These roller mills can also be used to prepare feed for systems that produce ultra-fine materials and the mills offer efficient control of product size with minimal power that results in a flexible and cost-effective mining production. Ideally, Raymond roller mills are used for size reduction applications that include pulverizing soft to medium hard materials including fire clay, hydrated lime and phosphate rock.
How Raymond Roller Mills Work
Raymond roller mills are assembled with a jaw crusher, elevator, hopper, electromagnetic vibrating feeder, main unit, classifier, collector, cloth de-duster and a high pressure blower. By loading the mining ore into the grinding chamber of the main frame you get even and continuous grinding. The centrifugal force in rotation causes the roller swings to go outward and press upon the ring. The shovel carries the ore to the space between the roller and the ring. The ore is grinded when the roller rolls over it and once the grinding is done the ore is routed to the classifier along the wind belt of the blower and any rough powder will be put back into the grinder for regrinding.
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