pk dhakad
17 posts
TimePosted 27/06/2012 10:26:12
pk dhakad says

How to grind pet coke in vertical roller mill designed for normal coal

dear experts,

we are having loshe mill LM26-3 for coal grinding, now we want to grind pet coke from this mill with a residue of 2% at 90 mic mesh. what changes we have to do or is it possible to reduce the table speed and get the desired fineness and what is the optimum speed pl. write

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gks
125 posts
TimePosted 21/07/2012 18:35:52
gks says

re How to grind pet coke in vertical roller mill designed for normal coal

Dear 

         There is no problem to grind  pet coke in LM . If you send me your operating data and design data like fan flow, nozzle area, mill o/l operating temp , dp , HGI of pet coke and grinding pressure with N2 pressure in accumulaor .

    Speed reduction of table can not improve grinding( holding good bed layer of pet coke). better reduced the nozzle velocity of gas with reduction of op. o/l temp around 75 oC and reduced operating dp. set point 20% present with reduced op. grinding pressure 10 %.

 GK SHARMA

 

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subhash
7 posts
TimePosted 06/05/2015 06:51:30
subhash says

re How to grind pet coke in vertical roller mill designed for normal coal

How much Mill output you have achived  in petcoke compare to caol grinding

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Chetan Vyas
6 posts
TimePosted 12/05/2015 08:13:36

re How to grind pet coke in vertical roller mill designed for normal coal

What Mr. GK Sharma has replied is vey correct.

1. Gradually increase the Grinding pressure to the maximum design level.2. Nitorgen Presure of accumulator also to be  increased as per the Mill supplier guide line. 3. Gradually increae the water spray on the Mill table from 1 Cubic Meter to 3 Cubic meter. 4. Reduction of Mill table speed upto 10% will help Pet coke to sustain on the table. 5. Reduce Coal Mill fan speed by 10 to 12%. 6. To maintain the Pet coke residue 1.5 to 2% on 90 Micron sieve, it almost 40 to 50% Production loss is oberved and subsequently power consumption also will increase. Hard Grove Index (HGI) is less than 38 will further reduce the production. Damring height may reduce to minimum level. I think, Mill optimization can be done on the base of trial. Mill outlet temperature also can increase up to 75 to 78 C, it will help to reduce the Mill main drive load.

 As per my experience in Pfeffier Mill, Grinding Pressure may increased up to 150 Bar, and accumulator pressure can increase up to 65 to 70 Bar. Mill table speed 92% and Mill Fan speed is 85 to 88% 35 tph capacity Mill production fall down to 20 to 22 tph and Product residue is 1.5% on 90 Micro sieve.

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