High Rate Of Finished Products Double Roller Granulator/Granulation Equipment Widely Used
Double Roller Granulator Introduction:
The equipment is mainly composed of frame, fixed roller device, movable roller device, transmission device and so on. The structure is simple, stable and reliable, easy to clean and maintain, low energy consumption and long life. It is an ideal granulating equipment in the ceramsite industry.
The pair of roller granulator is a motor that uses a belt to drive a speed reducer, and then a chain drives a fixed roller and a movable roller to rotate synchronously. The material is squeezed between the two rollers from above, and the material is squeezed from the round hole on the roller. Out. At the same time of squeezing, it can also discharge the air between the material particles, increasing the density and strength of the particles.
Therefore, the roller skin, as an important vulnerable part of the roller granulator, is in direct contact with the material and participates in the whole process of granulation. It is affected by the friction between the roller skin and the roller skin, the reaction force of the material in the crushing process, and the material passes through the roller. As time goes by, the friction force of the skin, such as the thickness of the roller skin becomes thinner, the diameter of the hole expands, and the granulation holes are blocked by metal, which affects the granulation efficiency, the strength of the pellets, and the increase of scrap and burrs. At this time, the roller belt needs to be replaced.
The roller skin is installed on the fixed roller and the movable roller. The roller skin and the bracket are installed separately and fixed by bolts, which can be easily disassembled and replaced.
Advantages of Disc Granulator:
The roller granulator has significant advantages such as uniform discharge, high yield, large output, compact structure, reasonable layout, and small floor space. At present, it is mainly used in the ceramsite industry, which can fully meet the requirements of sludge ceramsite, shale ceramsite, and fly ash ceramsite for granulation technology.