Inline Continuous Mills

The main idea behind this latest design of ball mills is based on the speed variations at different stages of production while using conical shaped continuous mills. 
The inline continuous mills provide more efficient and more adjustable speed variations by using frequency inverter  based control systems. 
The first mill in the series operates at the highest speed, with each one that follows operating at a slower rate. This process allows us to obtain an increase in efficient grinding effects while decreasing energy consumptions.
According to the process, it is also possible to feed different materials to different mills. The prevention of over-grinding of plastic materials can also achieve lower energy consumptions and higher production capacities.
If the production of various different final products is desired, inline systems gives the flexibilty to by-pass the second mill and transfer the product directly to the last mill. 
For example;
a) Hard materials are fed to the first mill, while plastic materials can be fed to the second or third mill as solid or dissolved.
b) When fineness is not an issue, (or capacity decreases) the second mill can be by-passed and the slurry can be transferred directly to the third mill.
c)  It is also possible to get the final product from the second mill and turn-off the third mill according to production needs.
Many different variations are possible with the use of inline systems. Based on the grinding characteristics, each mill's rotation speed, ball charge, ball sizes, and lining design can be adjusted separately.
* Dimensions at the table may vary depending on lay-out and production.