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The Main Structure of Rotary Kiln

Pubdate:2022-04-23 16:46:58

The main function of rotary kiln is calcination, so it is also called calcining kiln. This equipment is mainly used in cement production line. The applicable materials include limestone, calcium carbonate, copper ore and other materials. Its utilization value is very high, and its application field Also quite extensive. Rotary kiln can be divided into cement kiln, metallurgical chemical kiln and lime kiln according to different materials. Cement kilns are mainly used for calcining cement clinker, and are divided into two categories: dry production cement kilns and wet production cement kilns. However, the structural characteristics of most rotary kilns are similar. Let's introduce the main structure of the rotary kiln.

The main structure of the rotary kiln generally includes three aspects:

      1. The kiln shell, also known as the main part of the rotary kiln, can be seen from the outside.

      2. The tire ring is also an important part of the rotary kiln. It can also be observed from the outer body. It is mainly used to fix and support the kiln shell of the rotary kiln.

      3. Thrust roller, the thrust roller is the limit switch to limit the rotary kiln (rotary kiln) to eat or eat, because the support roller is wider than the kiln tire, in order to make the supporting roller and the belt move up and down, wear evenly , There is a thrust roller on the end face of the tire ring.

According to the needs of customers, the company selects engineers to conduct on-site surveys, and conducts program design and site planning according to on-site conditions. In this link, the design is carried out from three aspects: material characteristics, on-site operation environment, and technological process optimization. This is a continuous communication process. According to the needs of customers, and even understanding the potential needs of customers, the plan is constantly adjusted to find better solutions for customers in terms of output, energy consumption, and comprehensive investment.