The material is fed into the machine by a feeder chute or flat belt centered above the rotor. First, the larger material that does not fit through the preset gap between the hammer and anvil is broken up or crushed. The composite material is then separated by further impact and friction via the balling beam, and the product is discharged via an installed grate basket in the desired material size/ball size. If the desired size or disintegration is still not sufficient, this process is repeated from the beginning and the material is further disintegrated or dislocated. Subsequently, depending on the product, the light materials such as fluff or dusts, for example, are extracted or separated from each other by specific gravity using air separation tables. In this way, a very clean heavy fraction is obtained, which can then also be easily separated from aluminum and other products.
Product examples for the PTV balling mill:
|PTV 100/100||PTV 140/100|
|Throughput:||6 - 10 t/h||9 - 14 t/h|
|Weight:||10.200 kg||16.000 kg|
|Feeding size:||Bis 100 mm||Bis 100 mm|
|Inlet size:||280 x 1000 mm||350 x 1000 mm|
|Driving power:||132 - 200 kW||160 -250 kW|
Our balling mills can be used for the preparation of slags.
Our beading mills can be used for the preparation of metal.
Our beading mills can be used for the processing of electronic waste.
We carry out extensive tests with your feed material for your application, to find an individual solution for you.