Choosing the right grinding mill liners for yourself can be a tedious task. There are so many varieties of mill liners available in the market, each with its respective benefits and uniqueness.
Moreover, at times you cannot understand or trust what the seller has to say. In this article, we shall guide you through the considerations when selecting grinding mill liners for yourself.
What to look at?
Below are some of the important things to know about.
Required Grinding Action
Each mill liner performs in a unique way that is different from others. It follows that the grinding action of each of those liners would be different too. Given this circumstance, you need to determine what unique kind of performance from your grinder you require.
Once you have determined that, you can have a detailed analysis of their method of action to single out a mill liner that best suits your perception or requirements. The dealer will be able to help you through this process.
It is also important to note the size of your mill. Different mill liners have different sizes apart from their functionality, and thus only a specific range of mill liners can come at a particular mill size. You should consider this too when attempting to buy a mill liner of your choosing.
Nature of Grinding Media
You have to under the nature of objects you would be grinding. The “nature” here includes everything about the media, from its average size, quantity to the type of material and its hardness. Different mill liners would be suited for different grinding media, and you should consult your dealer to ask him or her what kind of mill liner would be suited for your grinding media.
However, there is one additional thing we need to consider here if you have to grind not one but multiple types of things. In this case, you should look for a mill liner that has a more dynamic performance, so that it can accommodate a versatile amount of materials. There are a few that may come into this category.
In the past, only metal mill liners existed. However, with time, and increasing demand for innovation, rubber mill liners have been introduced that have advanced functionality, and that better protect the mill shell from wear and tear.
Ease of installation
Last, but not least, you should look into mill liners that are easy to install. Although they may not necessarily be superior to the ones that are hard to install and maintain, they are better when it comes to the protection and wellbeing of your employees.
Moreover, easier to install mill liners are also more cost and time-efficient and ensure the overall security of your place. Qiming Machinery can help you with easy installations.
In conclusion, there are certain key factors that you need to count on, that when combined together bring out the best mill liner for you. When you are at the mill liner buying process, try to take an expert with you if you can, their guidance will prove fruitful.