How to adjust the size of colloid mill grinding gap?
Mar23, 2018 By Serena
Almond butter grinding colloid mill is driven by the motor through the belt drive drive gear (or called the rotor) and matching fixed teeth (or called the stator) for high-speed rotation, the processed material through its own weight or external pressure (which can be generated by the pump) plus The pressure produces a downward spiral force, through the colloidal grinding, the clearance between the teeth (adjustable clearance) is subject to strong shear force, friction, high frequency vibration and other physical effects, so that the material is effectively emulsified, dispersed and crushed to achieve ultra-fine materials Crushing and emulsifying effect.
Why should we adjust the intermittent size of the colloid mill? Because the factors that affect the grinding and crushing results are the following:
1. The shear rate of the colloidal grinding head (the greater the effect, the better)
2. The tooth structure of the colloidal grinding head is divided into primary tooth, medium tooth, fine tooth and ultra-fine tooth, the better the effect of fine tooth is.
3. The more loops (the better the effect, the better the deadline for the equipment)
So you need to adjust the size of the colloid mill.
Grinding gaps can be manually adjusted using an adjustment ring on the housing. The grinding tool consists of some standard radial teeth, that is, the rotor and the stator are closely arranged one behind the other. The first layer of teeth is rough and has special feed material. Area. The second layer of teeth is very precise. The equipment is not able to feed itself, but it is able to create a pressure at the outlet to overcome the vacuum feed. The degree of vacuum depends on the size of the grinding gap and the rotor speed.