Ascending process and use characteristics of forged steel grinding ball.

- Apr 28, 2019-

In the process of grinding, the carrier ball mill of forging steel ball and high-chromium ball wear-resistant material has many variable parameters, such as ball mill speed, specification, medium filling rate, etc., so that the movement state of the material in the mill It will become complicated and diverse.


When the forged steel grinding ball is used for the throwing motion, there is a large resistance during the ascent of the steel ball. The grinding effect of the material mainly comes from the grinding effect between the steel ball and the lining and the steel ball and the steel ball. For this effect, the material is ground and pulverized. When the steel ball rises to a certain extent, it will do the throwing movement. During this process, the material is not affected by any force, so it will not be ground or broken.


When the forged steel grinding ball falls to the ball bottom foot, it will collide with the bottom plate violently and produce a great impact force. The impact force is used to crush the material, so the forging steel grinding ball is used for the grinding and crushing action during the throwing motion. Mainly impact crushing, grinding is supplemented. This method produces a large impact force and a high crushing efficiency.


There are two types of forged steel grinding balls: hardened and non-hardened. Each variety has its own characteristics and applications, so you must choose the right variety for your specific needs. Hardened stainless steel balls generally use a martensitic process, which adds carbon to the material, making it harder and more difficult to wear. They are also usually provided under passivation conditions, which adds additional microcoating to make them more durable.