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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 The grinding elements are primarily made of alloy cast iron as per DIN 1695 hardfaced cast iron or composite materials with highchromium inserts in ductile base materials

  • Coal Crushing Plant in Russia

    Coal Crushing Plant in Russia

    Purchasing equipment: mobile crushing station with models of FTM938E69 and FTM935F1214L as well as belt conveyor with types of B800×10m, B800×12m, B800×14m, B800×18m and B650×15m....
    Processing capacity: 150 t/hApplied material: Coal

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  • Magnetic Separating Plant

    Magnetic Separating Plant

    Magnetic separation makes use of magnetic differences between minerals to separate material, which occupies a very important position in iron ore separation field. Magnetic separating plant has the advantages of energy saving, high efficiency and high ...
    Capacity:10-280TPH Configuration:Jaw crusher, ball mill, classifier, magnetic separator, concentrator and dryer.

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  • 350Th Sand Production Line In Turkey

    350Th Sand Production Line In Turkey

    The 200-350t/h sand production line in Turkey is designed in August, 2014, and put into use in October. . ...
    Raw Material: limestone Crushing Capacity: 200t/h-350t/h Feeding Size: 0mm-700mm

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  • Calcite Deep Processing Plant in Belgium

    Calcite Deep Processing Plant in Belgium

    Calcite deep processing production line in Belgium is composed of PE250×400 jaw crusher, electro-vibrating feeder, HXM-1021 micro powder mill, hoister, electrical cabinet, packing machine and pulse dust collector. It has features of high automotive degree...
    Production Fineness: 800 meshes =D90Processing Materials: Calcite

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