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The difference between 400 mesh and 200 mesh of the mill


When users choose an ore grinding mill, one of the factors they will consider is the mesh size of the grinding machine. Different mesh sizes will produce different effects on the materials ground. When finished materials are used in different industries and places, the mesh requirements for finished materials are also different. Under normal circumstances, the mesh size of the ore grinding mill can be flexibly adjusted according to customer needs. Of course, the efficiency of producing fixed mesh finished products in a production line requires a lot of efficiency.
The selection of the mesh size of the grinding mill is also a question that customers often ask. The editor of Zhuoya Mining Machinery takes the bosses to understand the grinding mesh size of different grinding mills.
Let’s first talk about the Raymond mill that everyone is familiar with. Many bosses must know the materials that Raymond mill can be used for. Yes, Raymond mill has a good effect on grinding and processing hard stones, such as limestone, dolomite, calcite, bentonite, and kaolin, including now The demand for coal and fly ash, etc., Raymond mill has rich experience in processing these stones. The finished product output fineness of the Raymond mill can be freely selected from 50 to 350 mesh. Of course, the finished material of 400 mesh required by the customer can also be processed. It is the type of machine now favored by many small businesses.
Then let’s take a look at the three-ring micro-powder mill and ultra-fine mill. As the name suggests, micro-powder mill. From the name, we can’t tell that its grinding fineness is obviously finer than that of the Raymond mill. The fineness of the finished product is required. Higher bosses can choose a three-ring micropowder mill. This mill is also an upgraded mill, designed to meet customers’ needs for micro powder. Of course, micro-powder grinding is also suitable for processing limestone, dolomite, calcite, bentonite, and kaolin, including coal, fly ash, gypsum, slag, and non-metallic ores that are currently in demand. Many large companies require high quality of finished products. All choose this micro powder mill.
Another type of mill is a ball mill. Ball mills are divided into dry and wet types. Generally, they are used for processing cement. They are also used for building materials, refractory materials, etc. They can also process glass, ceramics and other materials. However, the range of materials processed by ball mills is generally narrower than that of the other two mills, and ball mills are more inclined to process certain materials. If you, the boss, are not particularly sure about the materials you need to process, you can consult our customer service staff, and our business staff will recommend economical and applicable equipment to you.

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