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Automatic batching and metering system for refractory materials

Time:2023-09-04   |   Source:本站

With the rapid development of science and technology, the requirements for automation are becoming increasingly high, and the existing production batching equipment is far from meeting the current needs of high automation. Therefore, reducing labor intensity, ensuring the reliability and safety of production, reducing production costs, reducing environmental pollution, improving product quality and economic benefits are major issues that enterprises must face.
The automatic batching and metering system equipment for refractory materials is an active batching equipment used in industrial (such as cement production line active batching) and agricultural (such as composite fertilizer production line active batching) production. During the batching process, the weight of each material is weighed, and the weighing process plays a decisive role in the entire batching process. Let's take a look at how to mix the active ingredient system for refractory materials:
1. The ultimate particle size, the size of the selected particle, directly affects the thermal shock resistance, corrosion resistance, and overall dimensional integrity of the finished product. Usually brick: 2.5mm~3.5mm; Unburned finished products: 8-12mm tar dolomite bricks, etc. 35mm.
2. Ingredients ratio: particle grading; Adjacent particle size ratio 6-7; Fine powder dosage 30-40%; The phenomenon of re fragmentation during the mixing process;
3. The use of waste bricks is 5-20%, ≤ 30%;
4. Binder: According to the percentage of ingredient content: 1-3% of sintered finished products; 5~8% of non burned finished products;
5. Ingredients method: The selected ingredients method and equipment should be able to meet the requirements of various materials for weighing errors, the weighing scale should be able to adapt to requests for changes in the mud ratio, and the ingredients equipment must be accustomed to the operating requirements of the mixing equipment. The mixing method should strive to achieve a sequence of adding ingredients from coarse to fine, and from ripe to unripe, in order to achieve a uniform mixture of clay.