Application: Industrial 92% alumina grinding ball, as grinding media for ball mill, is widely used in ceramic and insulator industry. Industrial 92% alumina grinding ball has many advantages, e. G. High hardness, good toughness, high density, good erosion resistance, regular shape etc.
92% alumina grinding ball is the most popular grinding ball because of its39; wide application. It can applied for kinds of grinding situations such as dry grinding, wet grinding, mineral grinding, quartz grinding, limestone grinding, iron ore grinding, cement grinding, ceramics plants grinding, pigment grinding, etc.
The alumina ceramic cylinders are dispatched in double pp bags, palletizing and shrink wrapped for better conservation, being prepared for their immediate delivery, as well as in Big Bags of different weights and sizes. Normally the standard package is 25KG/bag, 1 1.5tons/pallet for High alumina ceramic column as grinding media in ball mill. Port24 sec $2.43 $4.86
Ball milling and grinding media are produced and designed to meet the requirement of many industry specifications. For example, used for grinding glass, powdering food products, creating custom varnishes, making ceramic glaze, powdering various chemicals, and making black powder.
Grinding Media Grinding media are the means used to crush or grind material in a mill. It comes in different forms such as alumina oxide balls, ceramic cylinders, or soda lime glass. At Norstone Inc., we offer all types of medias used for grinding, deagglomeration, polishing, deburring, fillers, proppants, spacers, refractory beds and shot peening.
2.High content alumina ball with high whiteness that does not compromise the quality of the grinded material. 3.Low in abrasion, which greatly estends the service life of ball mill machine. 4.Can works with high temperature of more than 1000, it is resistant against acid, alkali and corrosion.
Fine grinding of industrial mineral like alumina, zirconia silicate, feldspar, quartz, kaolin clay, glaze, inks and ceramics. Suitable for wet grinding. Recommended in Stirred and Ball Mill. Not recommended for high speed stirred mills and sand mills.
Alumina grinding balls are widely used in ball mills as abrasive media for ceramic raw materials and glaze materials. Ceramic, cement and enamel factories as well as glasswork plants use them because of their excellence of high density, their high hardness, and their high wear resistance.