|Title||Are you familiar with the features of ore milling equipments|
|Description||As two of the most widely used ore milling equipments, the electromagnetic ore milling equipment and the vibrating grizzly feeder are the tools that applied to feed materials to the crushers, grinding machines and screening machines through the belt conveyor. It is often used in the automatic control process in order to realize the automation of the production process. Here we talk about more about the electromagnetic ore milling equipments which are made up of material chute, electromagnetic vibrator, shock absorber, control box, coil, armature, clevis, cover and leaf spring set. The electromagnetic ore milling equipment is a new type of feeding device with the following advantages: 1.It has small size, light weight, low operation cost, simple structure and maintenance and there is no need to use the lubricant agent when the components are working. 2.The electromagnetic ore milling equipment consumes little power because it has adopted the resonance principle of the mechanical vibration science. 3.It realizes high precision of the feeding amount as the material delivering stream can be started and stopped in no time. 4.As the materials in the material chute are thrown up continuously, they jump forward in the track of parabolic, which leads to little abrasion of the feeding chute. 5.The electromagnetic ore milling equipment made by our company adopts the controllable silicon half wave rectifying circuit, which makes it easy to realize the integrated controlling and automatic control. 6.This series of the electromagnetic ore milling equipment is not suitable for the hot materials at the temperature over 300 and for the situations that need anti-explosion processing. The electromagnetic ore milling equipment can effectively deliver the bulk and particle materials evenly, continuously and regularly to the receiving device, which makes it popular in the industries of mining, rubbles, metallurgy, building material, chemical engineering, ore beneficiation, electricity, food and coal mines.|
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