Coal Powder Pulverizer Machine Price

Coal Pulverizing Application

Pulverization is the popular method of preparing coal for burning in modern time. It is the grinding process to reduce the coal materials into fine powder. Mechanically pulverizing coal into a fine powder enables it to be burned like a gas, thus allowing more efficient combustion. Transported by an air or an air mixture, pulverized coal can be transfered directly into the boiler for combustion.

Popular Coal Powder Pulverizer machine

There are several pieces of coal grinding equipment involved in processing coal to be burned in this fashion. SBM is world leading supplier and manufacturer of crushing, grinding and sand making equipment. Based on know-how technology, we have been the world leader in manufacture high performance coal powder pulverizer machine. Our coal grinding plant features competitive price, high efficiency, low energy consumption, reliable operation, easy maintenance etc.

Ball Mill

This type of mill consists of a rotating tube filled with cast alloy balls. Coal is introduced through two hollow trunnions on each side of the tube. As the tube rotates, the balls tumble onto the coal, crushing and pulverizing it.

Vertical Roller Mill

This unique vertical roller mill makes use of hydraulically loaded vertical rollers resembling large tires to pulverize raw coal fed down onto a rotating table. While the table rotates, the raw coal is pulverized when it passes by under the rollers.

Hot air pressured via the bottom of the pulverizing chamber gets rid of undesired moisture content and conveys the pulverized coal dust up throughout the top of the pulverizer and out the exhaust pipes straight to the burner. The better current coal pulverizer models are vertical roller mills.

Hammer Mills

Grinding action is carried out by a series of hinged or fixed hammers revolving in an enclosed chamber with wear resistant plates. The hammers impact on the coal, crushing it against the plates. Further pulverization is achieved as the smaller coal particles are ground through attrition against each other and the grinding face.