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vertical roller mills

vertical roller mills

With the many advantages vertical roller mills offer, we continually develop our VRM offering with the latest upgrades, including the OKTM Mill and the ATOX Coal Mill. The OKTM Mill skilfully comminutes raw material, cement and slag. It features a patented roller and table design and concrete mill stands instead of traditional, heavy steel structures.

The OKTM Mills flexible design makes it possible to operate it with a number of rollers out of service while still reaching 60 to 70 percent of the normal operation output, minimising production losses.

The compact and long-lasting ATOX Coal Mill has the capability to grind virtually all types of raw coal, to your desired fineness. It is suitable for feed materials with varying moisture percentages, handling abrasive and sticky raw coal with ease.

The cement industrys focus on energy reduction has made vertical roller mills particularly compelling. Grinding systems in cement production make up approximately 85 to 90 percent of total plant electrical energy consumption. As vertical roller mills are 30 to 50 percent more efficient than other grinding solutions, they give cement plant owners a great opportunity to

When it comes to grinding raw coal, savings in specific energy consumption can be achieved with vertical roller mills. Specific energy consumption depends on the grindability of the raw coal and the coal meal fineness required. A dynamic separator that ensures high separation efficiency also helps to reduce specific energy use.

FLSmidth provides sustainable productivity to the global mining and cement industries. We deliver market-leading engineering, equipment and service solutions that enable our customers to improve performance, drive down costs and reduce environmental impact. Our operations span the globe and we are close to 10,200 employees, present in more than 60 countries. In 2020, FLSmidth generated revenue of DKK 16.4 billion. MissionZero is our sustainability ambition towards zero emissions in mining and cement by 2030.

cement mills and raw mills for high throughput rates

cement mills and raw mills for high throughput rates

High throughput rates, permanent plant availability , optimized maintenance concepts features of the MVR mill and the patented MultiDrive enabling Gebr. Pfeiffer to meet the ever rising expectations of the industry. Thanks to the innovative drive and active redundancy, an unintended stop of the grinding process is practically excluded. No matter what type of material has to be ground cement raw material, cement clinker or granulated blast-furnace slag and how different their grindability and abrasiveness may be, the MVR mill ensures throughput rates of a different dimension, around the clock, reliably and on the long term. Forget about downtime. With Pfeiffer you will grind on a grand scale.

An MVR mill may have up to six grinding rollers and up to six drive units. Thus both systems are actively redundant meaning that one or several rollers can be taken out of the system for maintenance work while mill operation continues. The same applies to the independent drive modules of the MultiDrive.

High drying capacity, short dwell time of the material to be ground, and remote control of grinding pressure and classifier rotor speed ensure a fully automatic operation of the MVR mill even with varying raw material characteristics.

Thanks to the geometry of the grinding rollers in combination with their specific suspension, there is always a parallel grinding gap, ensuring a homogeneous compaction of the material to be ground. Moreover, due to the symmetric shape of the grinding roller tires, these can be turned when worn.

Up to six stationary grinding rollers roll on a rotating grinding table. The material is drawn in between the rollers and grinding table and ground by pressure and shear. The required pressure forces are produced by a lever system comprising, among others, a roller arm, along with a hydropneumatic tension system. After being rolled over by the rollers, the material is conveyed to a stationary nozzle ring due to the rotation of the grinding table. Gases (air or hot gas) flow through this nozzle ring, take up the ground and dried material and convey it to the classifier where it is separated by the rotating wheel (rotor) into grits and fines. The grits fall back into the grinding zone whereas the fines leave the classifier with the gas flow for being separated in cyclones or a filter.

Up to six stationary grinding rollers roll on a rotating grinding table. The material is drawn in between the rollers and grinding table and ground by pressure and shear. The required pressure forces are produced by a lever system comprising, among others, a roller arm, along with a hydropneumatic tension system. After being rolled over by the rollers, the material is conveyed to a stationary nozzle ring due to the rotation of the grinding table. Gases (air or hot gas) flow through this nozzle ring, take up the ground and dried material and convey it to the classifier where it is separated by the rotating wheel (rotor) into grits and fines. The grits fall back into the grinding zone whereas the fines leave the classifier with the gas flow for being separated in cyclones or a filter.

Depending on the abrasiveness of the material to be ground and areas to be protected, different wear materials are used on our vertical roller mills. Alloy cast iron as per DIN 1695, hardfaced cast iron or composite materials with high-chromium inserts in ductile base materials: the grinding elements designed by Pfeiffer are made of high-quality materials ensuring a long lifetime. The housings and other mill components, too, are protected against wear with highly wear-resistant steel plates or hardfaced composite plates. Components which are specifically exposed to wear like gas outlet ducts have additional ceramic liners. All this is for optimum protection and short maintenance shutdown.

The highest wear occurs on the wear parts of the grinding elements as is the case with any type of vertical mill. Therefore, ease of replacement and regeneration is a major feature of the mill. The MVR mill has a modern hydraulic system used in operation and for maintenance alike. With this new type of roller suspension, the rollers can be swung out of the mill in a controlled way for ease of replacing the one-part grinding roller tires. The segmented wear parts of the grinding table are replaced, using a lifting device and the maintenance drive. Moreover, the rollers can be swung out separately. Hence grinding operation can be continued while maintenance work is done. The parts concerned can be regenerated both inside the mill and outside. Forget about downtime and maintenance problems! With active redundancy and easy maintenance you are up to date!

operation guide for vertical roller mill in cement plant | agico cement

operation guide for vertical roller mill in cement plant | agico cement

The vertical roller mill (VRM) is a type of grinding machine for raw material processing and cement grinding in the cement manufacturing process. In recent years, the VRM cement mill has been equipped in more and more cement plants around the world because of its features like high energy efficiency, low pollutant generation, small floor area, etc.

The VRM cement mill has a more complex structure than other types of cement mills, so we need to ensure the following aspects are normal during the operation, or the machine may not be able to function well.

Too thick material layer will reduce the grinding efficiency of the vertical roller mill. When the pressure difference of the mill reaches the limit, the material layer will collapse and affect the operation of the main motor and the discharge system.

There are many factors that may make mill body vibrate, including the grinding pressure, material layer thickness, air volume and temperature, accumulator pressure, wear condition of the roller and the grinding plate, etc.

The grinding pressure of the mill should be adjusted according to the fed quantity, the particle size, and the grindability of the material. It must be well controlled to maintain the thickness of the material layer, reduce the vibration of the mill body, and ensure that the stable operation of the mill.

Increasing the grinding pressure will improve the grinding capacity of the mill, but the grinding capacity will stop increasing when the grinding pressure reaches a certain critical point. If the set pressure of the hydraulic cylinder is too high, it will only increase the driving force and accelerate the wear of parts, but not improve the grinding capacity.

On the other hand, too high grinding pressure will cause the thickness of the material layer to decrease, which further leads to the increase of the vibrating speed of the mill and accelerates the wear speed of the parts.

The gas temperature at the discharging port can be increased by increasing the opening of the hot air door and reducing the opening of the circulating air door. However, when the gas temperature exceeds 130 , the equipment will also be damaged. For example, the dividing wheel at the lower part of the cyclone will expand and get stuck, and the lubricating grease of the grinding roller will dry and crack, which is also unfavorable to the tail dust collection bag.

In vertical roller mills, the air volume in the mill is determined by the material feed rate. The air volume can be controlled by adjusting the power of the circulating fan of the mill or the opening of the exhaust fan at the kiln tail.

If the air volume is too large, the pressure difference in the mill and the current of the main motor will decrease, the thickness of the material layer will become thin, and the vibration degree of the mill body will become strong.

If the air volume of the system is too small, the thickness of the material layer, the pressure difference in the mill, and the current of the main motor will increase, and so will the vibration speed of the mill.

When operating the vertical roller mill, the operator must control the inlet and outlet air valves to make the air volume of the system in a balanced state, so as not to affect the air pressure at the back end of the rotary kiln.

vibration vertical roller mill - page 1 of 2

vibration vertical roller mill - page 1 of 2

There are a number of reasons for high vibrations in vertical roller mills, such as: 1. Failure of the grout or cement material under the steel beams embedded in the foundation top, which allows oil to penetrate, further degrading the concrete. The anchor bolts, which are typically large in diameter, continue to exert force into the foundation, and the base starts to distort. 2. This distortion of the steel structure can lead to weld failures, which generates additional "looseness", and the vibration increases. 3. There are additional root causes which stem from the inevitable cold joints between pours in the foundation. These separations degrade the vibration damping apacity of the foundation. We have done many foundation repairs and regrouts of vertical roller mills in cement plants as well as in power stations. Please contact us directly for further information.

1. Failure of the grout or cement material under the steel beams embedded in the foundation top, which allows oil to penetrate, further degrading the concrete. The anchor bolts, which are typically large in diameter, continue to exert force into the foundation, and the base starts to distort.

Hello Ashkan, The most important factor which determines the level of vibration in a VRM is thethickness and consistency of the grinding bed. The bed thickness may be affected by the following variables;- Feed rate too low,too high or changing too quickly. Particle size of feed too large or too small. Fluctuations in moisture content of mill feed Sudden change in overall hardness (grindability) of one or more of the the mill feed components. Large fluctuations in the quantity of one of the component/corrective materials. Table speed Separator efficiency and operation. (eg. too high internal circulation of fine material ) Air/gas flow & nozzle ring air/gas speed. Overheating of the mill. (eg.insufficientwater injection for coolingor mill inlet temperature to high, in a raw mill. Or use of very hot clinker in a cement mill) Sudden fluctuations in grinding aid. Incorrect dam ring height setting. Other factors which may cause vibrations are;- Grinding force/ballast (N2) pressure. Worn internals eg rollers and/or table. Tramp metal or foreign objects. Thereare probably a lot more, but these are some of the main factors which I have personally come across. Regards, Ted.

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