Each and every mining and industrial process has a unique grinding process and for each process they require versatile equipment.
Mills are responsible for grinding processing in mining, agribusiness, pulp and paper, bioenergy, and others. Types of mills:
Ball mills: grinding ore and other materials to a 35 or finer mesh in a variety of applications, both open and closed circuits.
Horizontal Griding Mills: secondary grinding in dry or wet applications.
Autogenous mills: can perform the same size reduction work as two or three stages of crushing and screening. Used for grinding in modern mineral processing plants directly to the desired final size.
Semi-autogenous or SAG mills: perform the same size as two or three stages of crushing and screening. They also reduce material directly to the desired final size or prepare it for the following crushing stages.
Stirred mills: used for wet grinding. Ideal for grinding finer products, they are known for operating efficiency and smaller space requirements.
High pressure grinding rolls: used for particle reduction in mining operations and aggregate production. They’re used for when the material being processed is hard rock. However, it is also used to refine softer materials such as industrial minerals.
Dynamox monitors this type of equipment through remote and continuous monitoring of the asset's condition, mapping the trends of failure modes in the components of a mill.