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the cause of vibration of ball bearing shell of ball mill_cement production process_lvssn

the cause of vibration of ball bearing shell of ball mill_cement production process_lvssn

Ball mills are the most widely used grinding machines in heavy industry such as power generation, mineral processing, chemical and building materials. It can grind materials of various hardness and ultimately meet the requirements of process specifications. Our units ball mill is mainly used for slurry preparation. Because it is the core equipment of the enterprise, it requires a high operation rate. Vibration at the ball bearing housing of the ball mill is a device failure that affects the normal operation of the ball mill. There are many reasons for causing low-frequency vibrations, and the vibrations and hazards caused by their respective causes are also different. There are various repair methods. Therefore, it is necessary to first identify the main causes of vibration and solve the main contradictions. Now combined with the transmission structure of the ball bearing pinion bearing housing, the common causes and treatment methods of vibration are analyzed. 1. Vibration of the pinion housing caused by imbalance 1) The gear hole position is defective 2) The inner diameter of the gear shaft is eccentric 3) The gear material is defective and has trachoma 4) Partial wear of the gear. 5) The steel ball in the body of the large ring gear is bonded to the material, resulting in an imbalance. 2.Couplings are equipped with vibrations caused by different shafts There are three types of couplings for different shafts: the two-axis centerline has a radial offset, the two-axis and the centerline are skewed; the two-axis centerline simultaneously offsets and measures the axial and radial directions of the coupling gap. Excessive deviations will cause additional loads on the coupling, drive shaft and bearings, resulting in heat, vibration, wear and even fatigue and breakage. 3. Vibration caused by unreasonable assembly of the gear shaft 1) The pinion vibration caused by the flank clearance and the top clearance of the large and small gears. First check if the flank clearance and top clearance of the large and small gears meet the requirements. The side clearance and top clearance of the gear drive should be appropriate. A certain side and top clearance can compensate for the manufacturing and assembly deviation of the gear, compensate for thermal expansion and form an oil film to prevent jamming. However, too large a gap can cause an impact. If the gap is too large or too small, it will cause additional load, increase the wear of the gear transmission, and even bring accidents. The common method of measuring the gap is to use the lead method. Second, the pinion vibration caused by the unreasonable contact of the pinion tooth surface. The contact area of the gear is represented by the percentage of the total length of the tooth and the total height of the tooth in the contact portion between the tooth length and the tooth height, and the normal contact surface should be evenly distributed on the working surface of the tooth. If the contact surface is small or the contact position is incorrect, the load will be concentrated, causing local wear and vibration. The causes of the following tooth surface contact are analyzed and adjustment measures are proposed.

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pneumatic ball vibrators - global manufacturing

pneumatic ball vibrators - global manufacturing

We have two brands of Pneumatic Ball Vibrators: Global Ball Vibrators and Findeva Ball Vibrator. Global Ball Vibrators are manufactured in Arkansas, by Global Manufacturing, Inc. The Findeva Ball Vibrators are manufactured in Switzerland, for Global Manufacturing, Inc., by Findeva AG. There are 15 Global models in 3 different housing profiles and 8 Findeva models.

Ball Vibrators have no motors or bearings and operate by air. The compressed air supply connects directly to the vibrator. The air moves a bearing grade steel ball around hardened raceway rings, inside a housing, which creates the vibration. The speed of the rotation, the radius of rotation, and the mass (size) of the ball all work together to determine the force pound output. The heavier the ball and the faster it moves, the greater the centrifugal force produced. Pneumatic Ball Vibrators are non-impacting.

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what is concrete vibration? methods and tips for proper concrete consolidation - engineering discoveries

what is concrete vibration? methods and tips for proper concrete consolidation - engineering discoveries

Air bubbles can be removed by decreasing the amount of required water, but it affects the workability of concrete. Therefore, the vibration of concrete is the only suitable method that helps without affecting the properties of fresh concrete. Vibration is only affected in a fresh mix concrete or one can say up to that time when concrete has the ability to flow. This stage exists before the start of the initial setting.

1- Do not over vibrate the concrete as it lets the mixture break and separate. Also, do not under vibrate the concrete because air might still be trapped in the lower layers of the cement pour, which leads to a weak concrete structure that easily breaks with minimum pressure.

2- The most common technique with an internal vibrator is to withdraw the vibrator slowly, at a rate of around 25mm inch per second. If bubbles are still emerging as the concrete vibrator is withdrawn, more vibration is necessary.

3- To prevent cold joints from occurring to concrete layers as these are poured over with a new layer of cement mixture, make sure to penetrate the pour thoroughly with a vibrator and mix in the previously poured layer with the newly placed one.

4- For maximum efficiency, use only vertical movements when vibrating to have an even mixture of aggregate and concrete. Horizontal motion can lead to uneven distribution and increases the possibility of the vibrator tangling in the rebar or reinforcing steel.

5- Use the appropriate type of concrete vibrator depending on the structure being built or the size of the working area. Consider using a compact lightweight concrete vibrator for smaller jobs for manageability and efficiency.

hansford sensors - high-performance vibration monitoring

hansford sensors - high-performance vibration monitoring

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At Hansford Sensors, we design, develop and manufacture a wide range of high performance industrial accelerometers, vibration sensors,4-20mA loop powered transmitters, cable assemblies, industrial enclosures and ancillary equipment.

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