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Is the power consumption of the superfine mill high?


Superfine mill has been loved by users since its launch in recent years. It has brought tangible benefits to the majority of users and is a cost-effective milling equipment. And when we introduce this equipment to customers, many customers will ask such questions, saying that ultra-fine grinding is a large and medium-sized milling equipment, is the power consumption in normal operations high? Of course, the power consumption of the ultrafine mill is also determined by its model.


The superfine mill is an improvement on the original Raymond mill technology and the introduction of advanced German technology. The performance improvement of the superfine mill can only be felt by users who have used it, but the improved superfine mill The machine has also made great progress in power consumption. Now everyone is pursuing the concept of energy-saving and environmental protection. Therefore, the ultra-fine mill is also keeping up with the times and advancing with the times. Energy-saving and environmental-friendly ultra-fine mills are even more popular.

Speaking of the electrical consumption of superfine mills, different models of superfine mills use different amounts of electricity, but the calculation formula is the same. They are multiplied by power and time. For example, the power of a small superfine mill It is 20kw, and the average working time is 10 hours a day. Then the daily power consumption of this superfine mill is 20kwX10 = 200kw, that is, this superfine mill needs 200kw, which is 200 kilowatt-hours of electricity. Regardless of whether it is an ultra-fine mill or other types of milling equipment, the power consumption is calculated in this way. The user can calculate the power consumption for a day based on the daily workload of the mill.


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