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Alumina grinding balls grinding media for ceramic glaze and cement industries

Grinding balls are usually used as abrasives in ball mills, vibration mills and other equipment. At present, many cement plants are gradually phasing out the original high chromium steel balls, and wear-resistant alumina ceramic balls have become a better alternative to grinding media.
The use of alumina grinding balls can meet environmental protection requirements, improve cement performance, and stabilize cement quality. In addition, alumina grinding balls can increase the particle size and reduce the standard consistency consumption; reduce power consumption by about 5 kWh/ton; effectively save Cost, can reduce the temperature and noise of the ball mill; more importantly, the grinding ball has strong wear resistance and less pollution. After the cement mill uses the grinding ball, it can significantly reduce power consumption and reduce maintenance costs while ensuring the quality of cement. Reduce cement production costs and improve product market competitiveness.

Similarly, alumina grinding balls are used in ceramic glaze grinding processes, including ball mill grinding processes, where the semi-finished glaze slurry after being ground by the ball mill is placed in a stirring mill for fine processing to make it into a glaze. Or put the glaze powder directly into the stirring mill for fine processing to make it into glaze. The alumina grinding ball has the characteristics of high density, high hardness and good wear resistance, which better improves the ball milling efficiency of the ball mill. It can reduce the pollution of glaze slurry, improve product quality and enterprise economic benefits.

To further explain here, ball milling ceramic glaze refers to ball milling by adding water to the ball mill barrel filled with raw materials. The principle of ball milling is to grind the mud particles finely by the impact and friction of the balls in the cylinder to achieve the required fineness. Usually, the blank uses medium alumina ball for auxiliary ball milling; the glaze uses high alumina ball for auxiliary ball milling. In the process of ball milling, it is generally to put part of the ingredients for ball milling for a period of time, and then add the remaining ingredients for ball milling together. The total ball milling time will vary depending on the material, but in order to ensure the fineness of the slurry after ball milling. To meet the requirements of the manufacturing process, the total time of ball milling will fluctuate.

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