A carbide is a compound composed of carbon and a less electronegative element. Carbides can be generally classified by chemical bonding type as follows: salt-like, covalent compounds, interstitial compounds, and "intermediate" transition metal carbides. Examples include calcium carbide, silicon carbide, tungsten carbide (often called simply carbide), and cementite, each used in key industrial applications.
Carbide Ball Mill
Carbide Ball Mill is durable, strong. Carbide Ball Mills are widely applied in cement industry, chemical industry, new building materials, fire-resistant materials, fertilizer, porcelain and glass industry etc. It has two ways of grinding: dry process and wet process.
Steel Ball Mill
Steel Ball Mill (steel grinding media ball), beads, shots, ballcones and cylinders are manufactured by Technocon Engineers, India in various alloy steel compositions, shapes and sizes for diverse grinding and milling applications.
This steel grinding media for ball mills, pulverizers and attritors is cold forged and ground.
The hardened steel balls (shots, beads) are available in different hardness, as required, in both high carbon steel and chrome alloy steel. For specific applications, stainless steel media and balls are also used for grinding and milling.
Steel forged grinding media, hardened, is very suitable wherever high wear and chemical resistance is required. Also where generation of heat is crucial to the milling and dispersion process.
The steel shots, balls and beads - ball mill media - are preferred for contamination free and speedy (dry / wet ball mill) milling, grinding of solids, liquids dispersion and fine particle size reduction, homogenization of fillers and raw materials, attrition and pulverizing applications in ball, vibro, dyno, pearl, bead, pebble, attritor and small-media mills, vertical or horizontal.
Alloy steel media is particularly suitable, because of its high relative density and hardness, for crushing and mixing heavy and hard materials. Also where high pressure and impact grinding or crushing methods are employed. The forged steel media balls also find advantage in reducing particle size and fine dispersion of highly viscous fluids.
Stainless steel balls and other shapes are used for grinding applications where absolutely no iron contamination is permissible, specially in food products.
These ball mills are suggested for applications wherein metal /iron contamination is permissible. The main difference between steel ball mill & porcelain ball crusher mill is the difference in grinding media used. In steel ball mill, EN 31,EN 8, SS 304, SS 316 grade balls of upto 125 mm diameter are used. These mills run from 2 feet to 10 feet diameter and can be jacketed for cooling or heating. These are noted for their simple operation, low maintenance and consistent results. Units come in a variety of drive arrangements for either wet or dry milling.
Ball grinding mill supplier SBM provide carbide ball mill, steel ball mill, mining ball mill, conical ball mill, stirred ball mill to meet your needs.