Calcium oxide is an inorganic compound commonly known as quicklime. After being processed into fine powder by grinding, it can be used in the fields of fillers, building materials, refractories, desiccants,etc.
Different mills should be used for different fineness requirements of calcium oxide powder.
Calcium oxide grinding process:
The first stage: crushing
The bulk calcium oxide is crushed by the crusher to the fineness (15mm-50mm) that can enter the mill.
The second stage: grinding
The crushed small pieces of material are sent to the silo through the hoist, and then uniformly and quantitatively fed into the mill grinding chamber through the vibrating feeder for grinding.
The third stage: grading
The fine powder after grinding is classified by a powder concentrator, and the unqualified powder will be returned to the host for re-grinding.
The fourth stage: collecting powder
The qualified powder conforms to the airflow and enters the dust collector through the pipeline for separation and collection. The collected finished powder is sent to the silo through the discharge port, and then uniformly packaged by the powder tanker or the automatic baler.