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#16 MH81 ONLINE  

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Posted March 01, 2016 - 12:49 AM

Impressive piece of equipment.
Glad you're still taking it easy
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Posted March 01, 2016 - 07:41 AM

Impressive machines.

We use ball mills in one of our plants, it is used to mix/crush pigments down into fluid inks.

We also use 3 roll mills, they also do the same, but are designed for thicker products.....and will take a finger in a millisecond if you get careless.


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Posted March 01, 2016 - 09:39 PM

I have always found screen mesh very interesting. My dad & brother worked for a coal fired power plant. One of the most interesting is how fine the coal was ground before burning it. I do not remember what the mesh of the screen was but the most impressive part of it was that the coal would flow through a screen that would hold water even with some shaking of the screen. The coal felt like a powder but would burn like a liquid in the boiler. This plant has been closed for a few years now because of government policies.

 

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Posted March 01, 2016 - 10:18 PM

I have always found screen mesh very interesting. My dad & brother worked for a coal fired power plant. One of the most interesting is how fine the coal was ground before burning it. I do not remember what the mesh of the screen was but the most impressive part of it was that the coal would flow through a screen that would hold water even with some shaking of the screen. The coal felt like a powder but would burn like a liquid in the boiler. This plant has been closed for a few years now because of government policies.

 

Charlie

 

Charlie, Most of the coal plants used a 95 minus 325 mesh to fire their boilers.






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