cage mill

cage mill

[′kāj ‚mil]
(mechanical engineering)
Pulverizer used to disintegrate clay, press cake, asbestos, packing-house by-products, and various tough, gummy, high-moisture-content or low-melting-point materials.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Company's cage mill with flash dryer can de-lump and dry materials, such as lime sludge, silica sand, copper concentrate and gypsum (with up to 40% moisture) in one step.
The cage mill is a selective crushing, controlled-impact, multi-cage mill designed for sizing minerals and agglomerates, whole grains, chemical, ores and many other materials.
Stedman is promoting its "One-N-Done" cage mill line by re-educating process engineers about the unique design aspects of cage mills.
An H-Series cage mill is available for testing at Stedman's Testing and Toll Processing Facility.
Most state aglime specifications can be met in one pass with Stedman's field proven 4-Row Cage Mill with capacities ranging from B to 90 tph.
On display will be the "H" Series reversible multi Cage Mill and Grand Slam Model GS4230 Secondary Horizontal Shaft Impactor.
Stedman's "H" Series reversible multi Cage Mill and Grand Slam Model GS4230 Secondary Horizontal Shaft Impactor (HSI) work together for streamlined material production.
Stedman is exhibiting at ConExpo/ConAGG 2011 in Booth C6321 and will display the "H" Series reversible multi Cage Mill. The cage mill features the new dust-tight, easy access housing, hydraulic retractor for quick opening and capacities up to 90 TPH for agricultural limestone.
Stedman's 4-Row cage mill can meet most state aglime specifications in open circuit.
Stedman multi-row cage mills pulverize, grind, crush and/or mix abrasive and non-abrasive materials - wet, sticky or dry.