Five factors affecting the ability of sand making machine to produce sand for construction
Generally speaking, there are many factors affecting the production capacity of the . Generally speaking, there are five factors in this way. I will describe the factors in these aspects and propose corresponding solutions. 1. The hardness of the material. The harder the material is, the more difficult it is to break, and the more severe the wear on the equipment. The speed of sand making is slow, of course, the sand making ability is small. This requires us to be moderate in the choice of materials. 2. The composition of the material, the more fine powder contained in the material before sand making, the more the sand is affected, because these fine powders tend to adhere and affect the transportation. Therefore, materials with a high content of fine powder should be sieved once in advance. The fine powder should be filtered out of the material as much as possible to avoid affecting the normal operation of the sand making equipment. 3. The fineness of the material after sand making and the fineness requirement are high, that is, the finer the material required for sand making, the smaller the sand making ability. In this respect, depending on the specific requirements of the concentrator, if there is no special requirement, the fineness of the material is generally set to medium and fine. 4. The viscosity of the material. That is, the greater the viscosity of the material, the easier it is to adhere. The material with high viscosity will adhere to the inner wall of the sand making chamber in the crusher. If it cannot be cleaned in time, it will seriously affect the working efficiency of the sand making machine, and it will seriously affect the normal operation of the . Therefore, when selecting materials, it must be noted that the viscosity of the material should not be too large. 5. The humidity of the material, that is, the moisture contained in the material is large, the material is easy to adhere in the sand making machine, and it is easy to be blocked during the feeding process, resulting in a reduction in sand making capacity. To solve this problem, firstly, the material temperature should be strictly controlled when the material is selected. If the temperature of the selected material is too large, the sunshine or air drying method can be used to reduce the percentage of moisture in the material. To produce the national standard sand, we must first select the material, how many mm is the feed size, and how much the required output is. All of the above can be flexibly selected according to the investment or actual site. Of course, the equipment is also determined according to this condition.