aerofall mill

aerofall mill

[′e·rō‚fȯl ‚mil]
(mechanical engineering)
A grinding mill of large diameter with either lumps of ore, pebbles, or steel balls as crushing bodies; the dry load is airswept to remove mesh material.
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Due to the complexity and high maintenance requirements of the hydrostatic system, the design was changed in 1984 to hydrodynamically lubricated bearings based on the design of the former Aerofall Mills Ltd.
multi-shoe slide-shoe bearings are designed as hydrodynamically lubricated bearings, each consisting of four individual pads, a design pioneered by Aerofall Mills and further developed by Polysius over the past 30 years;