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What You Should Know About Ball Press Machine

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The ball press machine is a type of machinery that transforms powdery materials into compact briquettes. It can compress many types of powders, including coal, iron, coking coal, aluminum, iron filings, iron oxide scale, carbon, slag, gypsum, tailings, sludge, kaolin, activated carbon, and coke powder. These powders and waste slags are often used in many industries like refractory work, power plants, metallurgy, chemicals, energy, transportation, and heating. The material that comes out of the machine is energy-saving, environment-friendly, and easy to move. It also helps us use waste better, which brings good economic and social benefits.

What are the Feeding Requirements for the Ball Press Machine?

Here are the key points to consider:

  1. Control the particle size: Most particles should be 30-40% less than 1mm and 30-40% between 1mm and 2mm. Only about 10% should be larger than 3mm.
  2. Adjust the water content: Keep it at 8-10%. Water is crucial for briquette formation—too much or too little can make a big difference. Make sure the water content is uniform.
  3. Remove impurities: Avoid iron or other hard debris that could damage the rollers and shafts. Install an iron removal device in your process.
  4. Use additives as needed: If you use binders or other additives (like desulfurizers), prepare your own process based on the coal type and environment. You can also negotiate with us for guidance.
  5. Ensure adequate material supply: Use a screw feeder with adjustable speed. Watch the returned material to adjust the new material supply.

What Precautions Should I Take When Using the Ball Press Machine?

Here are some key things to keep in mind:

  1. Before using, check all parts of the machine for looseness. This helps prevent production issues.
  2. Watch the bearing temperature. If it gets too high (over 70 degrees), it can damage the machine. The normal temp is 40-60 degrees. If it’s outside this range, stop the machine and check it.
  3. Don’t overload the machine for long periods.
  4. Feed the machine evenly, not too fast or slow. Control the material’s moisture well. Most importantly, make sure there are no hard objects like stones or iron in the material. These can damage the pressure roller.
  5. Before starting, let the machine idle for 20 minutes before adding materials.
  6. Watch the motor’s current when the machine is working. If it’s too high, it means the motor is overloaded. Reduce the feeding amount until the current is normal.

If you require any technical support, please feel free to contact us at: E-mail: [email protected]. We’re here to assist you with any issues or questions you may have.

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