The Wet Pan Mill is a gold grinding machine which is mainly used for separation of gold, silver, lead, zinc, molybdenum, iron, copper, antimony, tungsten, tin and other minerals. Some benefits of the Wet Pan Mill include smaller capital investment, low operating cost, fast acting particle reduction, small footprint, low energy usage, and high return on investment. It is the preferred production alternative to the ball mill and is ideal for small to medium enterprises dressing. We use thickened plating on the water tank and improved gear box. Our Manganese steel liner provides an increased machine life. The casting parts are joined by small pieces, which can be replaced without a large lifting device. This further reduces the operating cost.
Simultaneously reduce lifting surface area. After grinding wheels begin rotation, the intensity of pressure on minerals increases, reaching the purpose of increasing output (not less than 150t per 24hrs)
On the basis of original equipment, a scraper device is added to keep feed material layer 4-5 cm. The fine material can be quickly cleaned away from mill groove.
After adding ore into the mill, the materials are crushed or milled under the force of the grinding roller weights which are rotating with runner wheels. When these roller weights rotate and twist, they exert huge friction forces with the grinding base. The roller weights continue to rotate and after suffering repeated extrusion, rub and grinding the ore is thoroughly crushed.
The raw material should be put into the machine after the machine is running normally.
This machine is not allowed to start with the material in the machine. If the machine is stopped because of stoppage or mechanical breakdown, the residual material in the hopper should be cleared. Then start the process again.
Feed material should be put into the machine uniformly to increase production
Every bolt should be inspected to avoid flexing
The bearing should be changed in time if it is damaged to avoid damage other parts
While the machine is running normally, you should check if there is an abnormal sound in the reducer box and or bearing part, there may be a high temperature fault or a motor current fault. If these occur stop the machine to investigate.
The motor V-belt should be removed while examining and repairing the machine for personnel safety