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Ingalls Process Equipment buys and sells used chemical processing equipment. This equipment is used to blend, disperse, dry, filter, mill, and screen both powder and liquid chemicals. This also includes blowers and pumps to move chemicals from one process to another. We have a large quantity of equipment for the paint, ink industry as well as ball & pebble mills, and high intensity mixers. Just a few of the popular brands in our inventory are Baker Perkins, Brabender, Cowles, Eirich, Hockmeyer, J.H. Day, J.P. Devine, Littleford Day, Midwestern, Meyers Eng., Patterson, Paul O. Abbe, Ross, Rotex, Sandpiper, Schutz ONeil, Shar, Sweco.

Ingalls Process Equipment buys and sells high speed mixers, blenders, and dispersers for the adhesives, paint & coatings industries. The dispersers are used to mix, blend, disperse and mill both powders and liquids.

We often have many dispersers in stock. We stock dispersers manufactured by Cowles, Danco, Hockmeyer, Jaygo, Myers, Premier, Ross, Schold, Shar, as well as others. Most popular is the standard single shaft, air over oil lift, but we also try and stock dual shaft units with a high speed and a slow speed sweep.

Ingalls Process Equipment buys and sells milling equipment used in the allied and chemical industries. We buy and sell attritors, ball mills, pebble mills, hammermills, pulverizers, horizontal media mills, jar mills, roll crushers, jaw crushers, puck mills, delumpers and several others. Our mill inventory includes spare ball mill doors, spare babbit bearings and gear reduced mill drives.

Our mill inventory include the following manufacturers: Union Process for attritors. Epworth, Patterson, Paul O. Abbe, Netzsch, and Steveco for ball and pebble mills. We inventory equipment manufactured by Angstrom, Bepex, Cornell, J.H. Day, Kent, Littleford, Mikropul, Mitts & Merrill, Morehouse Cowles, Netzsch, PA Crusher, Ross, Stokes, Strong Scott, Sturtevant, Sweco, Wiley.

Ingalls Process Equipment buys and sells used mixers. We often stock mixers made by Baker Perkins, Economy, Farrell, Hobart, Eirich, Littleford, Lodige, J.H. Day, Munson, Papenmeier, Patterson, Welex, Young Industries.

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The tip radius on this Harvey Tool offering of Double Angle Shank Cutters improves strength and wear resistance. Use this tool for several machining operations, including back chamfering, chamfering, deburring, and milling a "V-groove."

We offer a comprehensive selection of more than 24,000 miniature and specialty cutting tools that are all fully stocked. The breadth and depth of our products help solve the industrys toughest machining challenges.

Harvey Tool is committed to designing unique geometries that optimize cutting performance for a variety of materials and applications. We introduce hundreds of new tools to the market every 6 months, offering our customers the solutions they need most.

The tip radius on this Harvey Tool offering of Double Angle Shank Cutters improves strength and wear resistance. Use this tool for several machining operations, including back chamfering, chamfering, deburring, and milling a "V-groove."

We offer a comprehensive selection of more than 24,000 miniature and specialty cutting tools that are all fully stocked. The breadth and depth of our products help solve the industrys toughest machining challenges.

Harvey Tool is committed to designing unique geometries that optimize cutting performance for a variety of materials and applications. We introduce hundreds of new tools to the market every 6 months, offering our customers the solutions they need most.

Create complex three-dimensional contours and a smooth part finish with this offering of ball profile Miniature End Mills, fully stocked in multiple flute lengths, reaches up to 25x cutter diamater, and sizes as miniature as .002" diameter.

Create complex three-dimensional contours and a smooth part finish with this offering of ball profile Miniature End Mills, fully stocked in multiple flute lengths, reaches up to 25x cutter diamater, and sizes as miniature as .002" diameter.

ball mill circuit classification system efficiency

ball mill circuit classification system efficiency

Fines may be defined as any material smaller than a specified product size, and coarse as any material that is larger. The target 80 percent passing size of the grinding circuit product is a convenient reference point, as it is often used to express the grind size objective. This size is close to the modal value of typical size distributions of ground material, and also roughly approximates the classifier cut size.

The effectiveness of the fines removal system depends on the transportation of material to the classifier. It also depends on the ability of the classification equipment to remove the fines that are presented to it from the circuit, and to return the coarse material to the mill. Immediate and perfect sorting action would result in a circuit product size distribution dependent only on the material fracture characteristics (Austin et al, 1984), and avail the maximum possible amount of mill volume (and applied power) for the breakage of coarse particles. The fraction of fines in the mill hold-up (the fines inventory) may therefore be taken as a direct measure of the lack of the systems fines removal effectiveness. Its complement, the coarse solids inventory represents the fraction of the mill volume (or power) which is effectively used for the size reduction of coarse particles. Therefore, it also represents the overall classification efficiency of the grinding circuit.

A simple method for estimating the relative coarse solids inventory in the ball mill has been selected. It is the average of the coarse fraction in the ball mill feed and discharge size distributions. In closed circuit grinding, the shift in these size distributions is normally quite small. A more complex relationship between mill contents and measured feed and discharge size distributions no doubt exists. However, the general correlation between the mill (or circuit) production capacity to a given product size and these size distributions is supported by a variety of observations, described as follows.

The circulating load ratio is an excellent subject for study of classification system performance because it has long been recognized as such an important factor in ball milling efficiency. Results from the classical work of Davis (1925) are shown in Figure 2. Note that an increase in circulating load ratio from 150 to 500 percent yielded an increase in production rate from 190 to 230 units, a relative increase of 21 percent. Ball mill feed and discharge size distributions associated with the same circulating load ratios are shown in Figure 3. These were produced by simulation, but are almost identical to reported data from two operating plants. Based on the circuit product size of 105 microns (150 mesh), the estimated coarse solids inventory increases from 72 to 87 percent, also a relative increase of 21 percent. Because a number of factors and their combined interactions can effect overall circuit output, there is no doubt that these particular data are somewhat coincidental. However, they are presented here as they provided the first clue that led to the discovery that this simple parameter can effectively characterize overall ball mill circuit classification system efficiency.

Coghill and deVaney (1938) also conducted experiments in a pilot plant ball mill closed circuited with a rake classifier over a wide range of circulating load ratios. They noted that, It held true that the percentage of decrease in mill capacity was almost identical with the percentage of finished material in the composite feed. For example, when forty percent of the finished material was returned it amounted to 19 percent of the composite feed and the reduction in capacity was 21.5 percent.

Kelsall et al (1969) were among the earliest to conduct experiments in the perfectly controlled environment provided by a computerized ball mill circuit simulator. They tested the general effect of various circuit design and operating variables, including circulating load ratio. All product size distributions had the same 80 percent passing size, and fresh feed rate was altered to give a range of circulating loads. It was shown that the ratio of the closed to open circuit feed rate, which may be taken as a measure of the increased efficiency of closed circuit operation, was proportional to the fraction of the mill contents which was coarser than the classifier separation size.

Laplante et al (1986) have demonstrated that the cumulative specific breakage rate (i.e., the specific disappearance rate of material of the complete size distribution down to a defined particle size) remains virtually constant over a reasonable range of operating conditions, including variations in the mill feed size distribution itself. This means that the production rate of material finer than a specified size is directly proportional to the percentage of material in the mill feed greater than this specified size, which again is a reflection of the mill coarse solids inventory.

In the more general context of the mineral processing plant, the fines versus coarse solids inventory demonstrates that classification system inefficiency not only means reduced effective grinding energy, but also the direct misapplication of that energy to the overgrinding of fines. This effect and the importance it has on grinding circuit product quality is shown by the simulation results depicted in Figure 4 (Austin et al, 1984).

used ball mills | ball mills for sale | phoenix equipment

used ball mills | ball mills for sale | phoenix equipment

Why buy a brand new ball mill when we have high-quality used and refurbished ball mills for sale? Well-made industrial equipment from top manufacturers maintain their value and save your company or industry substantially.

Ball mills are a fundamental part of the manufacturing industry in the USA as well as around the world. Ball mills crush material into various sizes and extract resources from mined materials. Pebble mills are a type of ball mill and are also used to reduce the size of hard materials, down to 1 micron or less.

Because of their fairly simple design, ball mills and pebble mills are less likely to need costly repairs (unlike other crushing or extraction equipment) making them an attractive option for businesses on a budget.

Unused 24 x 41 Polysius EGL Ball Mill. Steel Lined. Twin 7MW Electric Motor Drives, 14MW/11kV Power Supply Unit. Twin Combiflex Fixed Speed Gear Drive. Auxiliary Drive Motors, Lubrication Unit Fixed Bearing and Lubrication Unit Floating Bearing, Frozen Charge Protection System, Vibration Sensors for COMBIFLEX, Dam Ring, Permanent installed Centrifuge for Fixed Bearing, Closed Circuit Chiller Unit, Insurance and Commissioning Spares, Special Tools. Qty 2 Available.

Used 11.5' diameter X 17' long ball mill. Manufactured by KVS (Kennedy Van Saun). 1000 HP open winding synchronous motor. Features trommel discharge and feed tank. Refurbished in 2013, which included installation of new oil jacking system, oil lube system for Babbitt bearings, new titanium steel water jet-machined discharge grates, and motor refurbishment. Set of new babbit bearings available. Previously operated as a closed circuit dry mill with grinding capacity of 40 metric tons per hour with output fineness of >80% passing 200 mesh. Motor operating speed of 15.8 RPM charged with approximately 78 tons of 1", 2" and 3" steel balls. Last used at a phosphate processing facility and in good condition.

Used 8' x 10' Epworth 200 HP jacketed steel ball mill, approximately 8' diameter x 10' long, jacketed chamber, gear and pinion driven with approximately 200 motor drive, on stands, Serial# K-0845.

Used 175HP Hosokawa Alpine Super Orion Continuous Ball mill. Model 195/495 CLKE. Alumina Oxide lined. 195 cm (76")inner diameter x 495 cm (194") long drum, periphery dry discharge with adjustable discharge openings, enclosed discharge housing, direct driven thru gearbox. 175HP 460 volt motor with VFD motor controller. Serial# C1198474. Built 2012.

Used 6' x 8' Paul Abbe jacketed 100 HP steel ball mill, approximately 6' diameter x 8' long, jacketed chamber, gear and pinion driven with approximately 100 motor drive, on stands.

Unused 5' diameter X 6' long Steel Lined Ball Mill, manufactured by Patterson Industries, Type D, non-jacketed, with AR400 steel liners. Includes 30 HP, 3 phase, 60 Hz, 230-460 V, 1725 RPM motor. Mill drive is integrally coupled to horizontal parallel shafted helical gear reducer. Continuous type, with product feeding through spiral inlet trunnion and exiting through the discharge end trunnion. Features cylinder manway access door for cleaning. Internal volume measures approximately 839 USG (112 CF). Mill shell is lined with (24) 1/4" thick liner plates, each head lined with (8) 3/8" thick pie-shaped liner plates. Mounted on stand with approximately 66" clearance between the mill cylinder and floor. Mills were intended for use in glass particle size reduction but were never installed. Manufactured in 2019, units are still in factory plastic wrap and in new condition. (Qty - 2 available)

Used 5 ft. dia. x 6 ft. (Approx 120 Cu.Ft) Patterson Pebble Mill. Alumina brick lining. On stand with 20 HP motor and gear reduced drive with brake. Bull gear and pinion. Babbit bearings. Door is polyurethane and has a drain with plug.

Used 4' x 5' (345 Gallon Total/210 Gallon Working) Ball Mill. Mfg Steveco. Steel Lining. Jacketed. 20 HP (460V/60Hz/3ph) Gear Reduced heavy duty drive on high stands. Solid door and discharge door.

Used Paul O. Abbe One Piece Ceramic Ball Mill, Model JM-300. Non-Jacketed chamber approximate 24.8" diameter x 39.5" long. Vessel volume 300 liter (79 gallons). Approximate 5" charge and discharge port with cover. Driven by a 3 HP, 3/60/208-230/460 volt 1760 rpm motor with a shaft mounted Sumitomo Model 203E-25 reducer. Approximate 32 rpm drum speed. Includes a control panel with an ABB drive. Mounted on a common carbon steel frame legs. Serial # 0830032JM. Built 2008.

Used 28 Gallon Paul O. Abbe Ceramic Jar / Ball Mill. Approximate 3.7 Cubic Feet. Approximate 20" diameter x 20" straight side. Includes motor and cage. Mounted on a carbon steel frame with safety cage.

Used 30 gallon Paul O. Abbe Jar Mill. Porcelain jar 21" diameter x 18" straight side. Driven by 1hp, 1/60/115/230 volt, 1740 rpm motor thru a reducer, ratio 9.3 to 1. Inlet & outlet with cover and clamp. Mounted on carbon steel legs with a discharge housing. Serial#84876

Used 25 Gallon Norton Chemical Process Products Jar Mill. Porcelain jar 20" diameter x 20" straight side. Driven by 1hp, 3/60/230/460 volt, 1730 rpm motor thru a reducer, no ratio. Inlet & outlet with cover and clamp. Mounted on carbon steel legs with a discharge housing. Serial# AV-83104.

Used 35.30 Gallon Paul O. Abbe Jar Mill. Model 5A Porcelain jar 22" diameter x 20" straight side. Driven by 1hp, 3/60/230/460 volt, 1745 rpm motor thru a reducer, ratio 25 to 1. Inlet & outlet with cover and clamp. Mounted on carbon steel legs with a discharge housing. Serial#A41563.

Unused 24 x 41 Polysius EGL Ball Mill. Steel Lined. Twin 7MW Electric Motor Drives, 14MW/11kV Power Supply Unit. Twin Combiflex Fixed Speed Gear Drive. Auxiliary Drive Motors, Lubrication Unit Fixed Bearing and Lubrication Unit Floating Bearing, Frozen Charge Protection System, Vibration Sensors for COMBIFLEX, Dam Ring, Permanent installed Centrifuge for Fixed Bearing, Closed Circuit Chiller Unit, Insurance and Commissioning Spares, Special Tools. Qty 2 Available.

Used 11.5' diameter X 17' long ball mill. Manufactured by KVS (Kennedy Van Saun). 1000 HP open winding synchronous motor. Features trommel discharge and feed tank. Refurbished in 2013, which included installation of new oil jacking system, oil lube system for Babbitt bearings, new titanium steel water jet-machined discharge grates, and motor refurbishment. Set of new babbit bearings available. Previously operated as a closed circuit dry mill with grinding capacity of 40 metric tons per hour with output fineness of >80% passing 200 mesh. Motor operating speed of 15.8 RPM charged with approximately 78 tons of 1", 2" and 3" steel balls. Last used at a phosphate processing facility and in good condition.

Used 8' x 10' Epworth 200 HP jacketed steel ball mill, approximately 8' diameter x 10' long, jacketed chamber, gear and pinion driven with approximately 200 motor drive, on stands, Serial# K-0845.

Used 175HP Hosokawa Alpine Super Orion Continuous Ball mill. Model 195/495 CLKE. Alumina Oxide lined. 195 cm (76")inner diameter x 495 cm (194") long drum, periphery dry discharge with adjustable discharge openings, enclosed discharge housing, direct driven thru gearbox. 175HP 460 volt motor with VFD motor controller. Serial# C1198474. Built 2012.

Used 6' x 8' Paul Abbe jacketed 100 HP steel ball mill, approximately 6' diameter x 8' long, jacketed chamber, gear and pinion driven with approximately 100 motor drive, on stands.

Unused 5' diameter X 6' long Steel Lined Ball Mill, manufactured by Patterson Industries, Type D, non-jacketed, with AR400 steel liners. Includes 30 HP, 3 phase, 60 Hz, 230-460 V, 1725 RPM motor. Mill drive is integrally coupled to horizontal parallel shafted helical gear reducer. Continuous type, with product feeding through spiral inlet trunnion and exiting through the discharge end trunnion. Features cylinder manway access door for cleaning. Internal volume measures approximately 839 USG (112 CF). Mill shell is lined with (24) 1/4" thick liner plates, each head lined with (8) 3/8" thick pie-shaped liner plates. Mounted on stand with approximately 66" clearance between the mill cylinder and floor. Mills were intended for use in glass particle size reduction but were never installed. Manufactured in 2019, units are still in factory plastic wrap and in new condition. (Qty - 2 available)

Used 5 ft. dia. x 6 ft. (Approx 120 Cu.Ft) Patterson Pebble Mill. Alumina brick lining. On stand with 20 HP motor and gear reduced drive with brake. Bull gear and pinion. Babbit bearings. Door is polyurethane and has a drain with plug.

Used 4' x 5' (345 Gallon Total/210 Gallon Working) Ball Mill. Mfg Steveco. Steel Lining. Jacketed. 20 HP (460V/60Hz/3ph) Gear Reduced heavy duty drive on high stands. Solid door and discharge door.

Used Paul O. Abbe One Piece Ceramic Ball Mill, Model JM-300. Non-Jacketed chamber approximate 24.8" diameter x 39.5" long. Vessel volume 300 liter (79 gallons). Approximate 5" charge and discharge port with cover. Driven by a 3 HP, 3/60/208-230/460 volt 1760 rpm motor with a shaft mounted Sumitomo Model 203E-25 reducer. Approximate 32 rpm drum speed. Includes a control panel with an ABB drive. Mounted on a common carbon steel frame legs. Serial # 0830032JM. Built 2008.

Used 28 Gallon Paul O. Abbe Ceramic Jar / Ball Mill. Approximate 3.7 Cubic Feet. Approximate 20" diameter x 20" straight side. Includes motor and cage. Mounted on a carbon steel frame with safety cage.

Used 30 gallon Paul O. Abbe Jar Mill. Porcelain jar 21" diameter x 18" straight side. Driven by 1hp, 1/60/115/230 volt, 1740 rpm motor thru a reducer, ratio 9.3 to 1. Inlet & outlet with cover and clamp. Mounted on carbon steel legs with a discharge housing. Serial#84876

Used 25 Gallon Norton Chemical Process Products Jar Mill. Porcelain jar 20" diameter x 20" straight side. Driven by 1hp, 3/60/230/460 volt, 1730 rpm motor thru a reducer, no ratio. Inlet & outlet with cover and clamp. Mounted on carbon steel legs with a discharge housing. Serial# AV-83104.

Used 35.30 Gallon Paul O. Abbe Jar Mill. Model 5A Porcelain jar 22" diameter x 20" straight side. Driven by 1hp, 3/60/230/460 volt, 1745 rpm motor thru a reducer, ratio 25 to 1. Inlet & outlet with cover and clamp. Mounted on carbon steel legs with a discharge housing. Serial#A41563.

Phoenix Equipment is a global supplier of used ball mills. We have new, used and reconditioned ball mills from leading manufacturers, including: Paul O. Abbe Retsch Epworth Patterson Netzsch Newell Dunford Marcy Denver FL Smidth Nordberg Allis Chalmers Metso Hardinge Kurimoto Iron Works Kobe-Allis Chalmers Stevenson Fuller-Traylor Steveco Western Machinery Marion Machine Makrum and more. Ball mills are used in a wide-range of industrial applications: cement processing, paint dyes and pigmentation processing, coal and ore processing, chemical processing and pyrotechnics, and many others. Ball milling has several key advantages over other systems: cost of the grinding medium and installation is generally low works for batch or continuous operation (as well as closed-circuit grinding) suitable for a wide range of materials simple design ensures less repairs Whether you are in the market for a used ball mill for your business or you have a pre-owned ball mill youd like to sell, USA-based Phoenix Equipment can help. Contact us today to learn more about what Phoenix can do for you. Related equipment: Agitators, Screen/Separators, Kilns and Calciners, Scales and Extruders. Fill out our quick and easy quote form for more information about our Ball Mills inventory.

Ball mills are used in a wide-range of industrial applications: cement processing, paint dyes and pigmentation processing, coal and ore processing, chemical processing and pyrotechnics, and many others.

Whether you are in the market for a used ball mill for your business or you have a pre-owned ball mill youd like to sell, USA-based Phoenix Equipment can help. Contact us today to learn more about what Phoenix can do for you.

Phoenix Equipment buys and sells used chemical process equipment and plants for relocation. Our industry focus includes process plants and machinery in the chemical, petrochemical, fertilizer, refining, gas processing, power generation, pharmaceutical and food manufacturing industries. We have extensive experience acquiring processing plants and process lines that require the execution of complex dismantlement, demolition and decommissioning projects. Based in Red Bank, New Jersey, USA, we have team members located in China, India, Germany and relationships throughout the world.

Why Use Phoenix for Your Plant Dismantling & Plant Relocation Needs A Common Plant Liquidation Scenario Your company has made the tough decision to close a plant. This plant was running for years, and the company paid a lot to have it built, paid everyones salaries, and maintained or even modernized all of the production assets over the plants life but the plant needs to be sold off for one reason or another. Your company has called upon you to recover as much dollar as you can to help keep the organization alive, and better yet, healthy, in what is a constant battle in the marketplace. Youve either: Have spent months, maybe even years trying to find a buyer that would operate the plant in place, without any success, while the plants assets lose value every passing day. Or, you cant sell it to another company, as you are one of the few suppliers of the product the plant makes, and you dont want to create a competitor, or improve a competitors position. Or, the plant is on leased propert

Hydrogenation: Major Applications Hydrogenation is a billion-dollar industry. Hydrogenating means to add hydrogen to something. According to Haldor Topsoe, hydrogenation comprises 48% of total hydrogen consumption, 44% of which is for hydrocracking and hydrotreating in refineries , and 4% for hydrogenation of unsaturated hydrocarbons (including hardening of edible oil) and of aromatics, hydrogenation of aldehydes and ketones (for instance oxo-products), and hydrogenation of nitrobezene (for manufacture of aniline). Hydrocracking & Hydrotreating Industrially, hydrotreating and hydrocracking are performed in down flow trickle bed reactors, where the gas and the liquid feed are sent concurrently through a fixed bed plug flow reactor. Although the flow pattern in the reactor can be reasonably approximated, the observed kinetics in such a trickle bed reactor are quite often affected by minor unplanned oscillations in the flow. How the gas and liquid collide and mix together affects the end prod

Thermoplastics A Focus on Polyethylene & Polypropylene Thermoplastics are a class of polymers, that with the application of heat, can be softened and melted, and can be processed either in the heat-softened state (e.g. by thermoforming) or in the liquid state (e.g. by extrusion and injection molding). Over 70% of the plastics used in the world are thermoplastics, and the two most commonly used thermoplastics are both olefins, compound made up of hydrogen and carbon that contains one or more pairs of carbon atoms linked by a double bond. These two olefins are polyethylene and polypropylene. Polyethylene Polyethylene is a tough, light, flexible synthetic resin made by polymerizing ethylene, chiefly used for plastic bags, food containers, and other packaging. It may be of low density or high density depending upon the process used in its manufacturing. It is resistant to moisture and most of the chemicals. It can be heat sealed and is flexible at room temperature (and low temperature), and in additional to its material properties,

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