When using a grinder for grinding, the output will be affected by many factors, mainly affected by factors such as the particle size of the finished product, the hardness of the material, the humidity of the material, the composition of the material, the viscosity of the material, and the efficiency of the equipment supporting measures. After we understand the influencing factors, according to the actual situation, make adjustments to the influencing factors and try to avoid them. If it is an inevitable and unavoidable factor, find ways to adapt to this situation. In short, after understanding the influencing factors, we can increase the output of the grinder more easily and scientifically.

The first is the impact of the particle size of the finished product. The fineness requirements are high, that is, the finer the material to be ground by the grinder, the smaller the grinding output of the grinder. If customers have high requirements for the fineness of materials, they can configure other equipment according to their own production capacity and economic strength.

Secondly, the hardness of the grinding material. The harder the material, the more difficult it is to grind, and the more serious the wear on the equipment. In the daily use of the equipment, it should be used strictly in accordance with the instructions of the grinder, which is also the basic point of the daily use and maintenance of the grinder. Try not to overload the grinder to work in the super-capable range.

Third, the humidity of the grinding material. That is to say, when the water content in the material is large, the material is easy to adhere in the grinder, and it is also easy to block during the feeding and conveying process. The qualified materials are not easily separated under the condition of equal wind, which causes the grinding ability of the grinder to decrease.

Fourth, the composition of the grinding material. Before entering the grinder, the more fine powder contained in the raw material, the easier it is to adhere, which affects the conveying and thus the output of the grinder. For materials with a large amount of fine powder, it is recommended to screen the materials with a vibrating screen before grinding.

Fifth, the degree of adhesion of the powdered material. That is, the greater the viscosity of the material, the easier it is to adhere. The greater the viscosity, the smaller the output of the grinder, and it also easily affects the service life of the grinder.

Sixth, the working efficiency of supporting equipment. For crushing the same material, different equipment models will have different output. And the working efficiency and coordination ability of its supporting equipment also have an impact on the grinder.