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What are the attributes of the high chromium section?
What are the attributes of the high chromium section? Views: 66    Nov 16 , 2021 The shape of the high chromium section is geometrically cylindrical, and the shape of the low chromium section is push-eight (cone). High chromium alloy casting section and high chromium alloy section can be collectively referred to as high... View More
Chemical composition structure of high chromium ball
Chemical composition structure of high chromium ball Views: 98    Nov 03 , 2021 In terms of chemical composition, there are dozens of different materials from low chromium to high chromium, which can be described as a wide variety. In order to standardize the industry standards and let people have a... View More
What is the hardness of the high chromium ball?
What is the hardness of the high chromium ball? Views: 228    Sep 16 , 2021 The high chromium ball adopts the oil quenching process, and its hardness is as high as 62-66HRC. It is not only wear-resistant but also has good toughness. The oil quenched grinding ball is immersed in the oil bath, so the quenching is... View More
Wear-resistant steel balls are divided into two categories
Wear-resistant steel balls are divided into two categories Views: 311    Aug 11 , 2021 Wear-resistant steel balls are divided into two categories: cast steel balls and forged steel balls. 1. Casting steel ball is that steel ball manufacturer uses an intermediate frequency electric furnace to heat up waste materials such as... View More
The most important grinding media ball - low chromium ball
The most important grinding media ball - low chromium ball Views: 318    Jul 30 , 2021 Chromium can slowly dissolve in dilute hydrochloric acid and dilute sulfuric acid to form a blue solution. It quickly turns green in contact with air because it is oxidized to green Cr2O3 by oxygen in the air. However, chromium is not... View More
Why select high chromium alloy cast ball for cement industry?
Why select high chromium alloy cast ball for cement industry? Views: 311    Jul 17 , 2021 Alloy cast balls are widely used in powder preparation and ultra-fine deep processing in cement building materials, metal mines, coal slurry thermal power, chemical engineering, ceramic coatings, light industrial papermaking, magnetic... View More
The difference between forged steel balls and cast steel balls
The difference between forged steel balls and cast steel balls Views: 269    Jul 06 , 2021 In the field of wear-resistant steel balls, there are two major types of steel balls running in ball mills or semi-automatic mills. One is forged steel balls and the other is cast steel balls. Both are grinding steel balls and are suitable... View More
One quote of grinding steel balls from Bolivia
One quote of grinding steel balls from Bolivia Views: 367    Jun 04 , 2021 In April 2021, we got one quote of grinding steel balls from Bolivia client, here is the details:  DEAR PAUL LEE, WE ARE A COMPANY IMPORTING OF BOLIVIA IN SOUTH AMERICA AND WE INTERESTED IN TO BUY STEEL BALLS, SIZES: 4",4.5",... View More
Top 8 forged steel balls suppliers you need to know
Top 8 forged steel balls suppliers you need to know Views: 397    May 31 , 2021 Are you looking for forged steel balls suppliers to purchase high quality forged steel balls? Here today, we will share top 8 forged steel balls suppliers with you. I hope this information will be helpful. 1. grindingball.com Forged... View More
Working principle and application of rod mill
Working principle and application of rod mill Views: 667    Feb 18 , 2021 Rod mill is made up of feeding part, discharging part, gyre part, transmission part (reducer, small transmission gear, motor, and electrical controller) and so on, which runs steadily and efficiently. Rod mills are an efficient crushing... View More

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