Coal Mill

Coal Mill

Coal Mill Brief Introduction

Coal mill, which is also known as coal grinding mill or coal milling machine, is used to pulverize and dry coal before it is blown into the power plant furnace in the coal-fired power plants.Coal mill is an important auxiliary equipment for coal-powder furnace, it has three methods to crush the coal lump and grind them into powder,it is crushing, impacting and grinding.

Air swept coal mill is the main equipment in cement plant for both drying and grinding of the powders. Compared with the ordinary ball mill, it has advantages of higher capacity, more convenient operation, safer usage, and more reliable performance.

Coal mill is used to grind, pulverize and dry coal before the coal is transmitted the boiler. The coal is feed into the coal mill via a inlet pipe so that the roller coal mill such as ball mill or vertical mill can pulverize the coal into particles.

Coal Mill Working Principle

Raw coal is fed through a central coal inlet at the top of the coal mill and falls to the rotating grinding table, mixing with classifier rejects returned for re-grinding. Centrifugal action forces the coal outward to the grinding ring where it is pulverized between the ring and three grinding rollers. Grinding load, transmitted from the tension rods through the loading frame to the roller assemblies, holds the rollers in contact with the grinding ring. The rollers adjust vertically as the depth of the coal load increases or decreases. A nozzle ring on the outside perimeter of the grinding ring feeds primary air to the coal mill. Pyrites and tramp metal fall through the nozzle ring openings to be scraped into a rejects hopper. A stream of low-velocity air carries the particles of pulverized coal upward where they enter the classifier inlet vanes. Fine particles travel to the burners in the primary air stream, but the larger, heavier particles are returned to the grinding zone for further pulverization.

  • Higher yield;
  • Convenient operation;
  • Safer usage;
  • Reliable performance;