Bauxite Crusher

Bauxite Crusher

 Bauxite Crusher fixed, rotor core troubleshooting

Bauxite Crusher fixed, rotor core troubleshooting

In the metallurgical, mining, chemical, cement and other industrial sectors, a large number of raw materials and recycled waste are processed every year with a Bauxite Crusher. For example, in the concentrator, in order to achieve the separation of the useful minerals in the ore, it is necessary to crush the ore to the particle size required by the grinding process. It is necessary to use a crushing machine to crush the raw material to the particle size required for the next operation. In coking plants, sinter plants, ceramics factories, glass industry, powder metallurgy and other departments, crushing machinery is required to crush the raw materials to the particle size required for the next operation.

Both the stator and the rotor are laminated by mutually insulated silicon steel sheets, which are the magnetic circuit portions of the motor. The damage and deformation of the stator core are mainly caused by the following reasons.

  • 1. The Bauxite Crusher bearing is excessively worn or poorly assembled, causing the stator and rotor to rub, causing damage to the surface of the iron core, which in turn causes short circuit between the silicon steel sheets, and the iron loss of the motor increases, causing the temperature rise of the motor to be too high. At this time, use tools such as fine boring to remove the burr, eliminate the short-circuit of the silicon steel sheet, clean it, apply the insulating varnish, and heat and dry.
  • 2. When the old winding is removed, the force is too large, so that the tooth gap is skewed and flared outward. At this time, tools such as needle-nosed pliers and wooden hoes are used for dressing to reset the gullets, and a hard insulating material such as green paper or rubber wood is added between the gap-free silicon steel sheets which are not well-reset.
  • 3. The surface of the core is corroded due to moisture and other reasons. At this point, it needs to be sanded and cleaned, and then coated with insulating varnish.
  • 4, around the group grounding to produce high heat burned iron core groove or tooth. The deposit can be removed by a tool such as a chisel or a scraper, and dried with an insulating varnish.
  • 5. The combination between the iron core and the base is loose, and the original set screw can be tightened. If the positioning screw fails, re-drill the positioning hole on the base and tap the wire to tighten the set screw.