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Production Stir Ball Mill

Production One variety of ball mill is the Stirring ball mill. They are extensively utilized in industrial settings for material mixing and grinding. These mills' high energy efficiency, capacity to grind both small and large particles, and simplicity of use are their main benefits. These mills, however, have a number of drawbacks. These factors include the unit's power usage, recirculation ratio, and stirrer motion variability.

Disadvantages of stirred ball mills

A milling tool for dispersing solids in a liquid phase is a stirred ball mill. The fact that the material can be milled gently and uniformly is one of this mill's benefits. Additionally, it works well for processing abrasive materials.

But there are some drawbacks to this kind of mill. They are connected to the inefficiency of the process caused by grinding media's propensity to entrain with the material stream. Additionally, these media stop milling the material when it reaches the mill's outlet.

The specific energy used by the milling bodies in a stirred ball mill depends on the milling rate and the specific surface area of the milling body. The researchers experimented on lignocellulosic biomasses to compare the energy efficiency of a stirred ball mill with other types of machines. As test samples, bark and straw were employed. Bark powder and straw powder, both of which were finely ground, were produced.

The scientists calculated the specific surface area of the milling bodies and the particle size distribution of the biomass samples in order to evaluate the effectiveness of these devices. These measurements were carried out using the BET-method and laser diffraction.

The coefficient of variation was computed following two trials. This illustrates the connection between the biomass sample's specific surface area and particle size distribution. According to the findings, the SBM's specific surface area was roughly 1.6 times faster than that of the RBM and VBM.

In the VBM, the specific energy was about 230 times lower. The SBM was faster at processing information than the RBM, and it was more comparable to the VBM.

The SBM was three times more energy-intensive than the VBM, despite having a similar specific energy to the RBM. This was primarily caused by the driving rotor's fast speed.

The findings also showed that the RBM had the lowest milling body-to-milled matter contacts. This suggests that the RBM was the mill with the lowest energy efficiency.

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