How to solve grid plugging of stainless steel wire mesh
How to solve the problem of grid plugging of stainless steel wire mesh when screening materials? In the ore dressing, the ore is screened, the coal yard, the road paving, and the sand and gravel screening of the building are all separated by a stainless steel wire mesh. The stainless steel wire mesh is corrosion resistant, hard, with a strong mesh structure and long service life. It is one of the best screens for filtration, screening and separation.
During the screening of the material, the problem of clogging of the mesh is encountered. How to solve the problem of grid plugging in stainless steel wire mesh?
This is because the material being screened contains moisture and mud. The surface moisture contained in the material increases within a certain range, and the viscosity of the material also increases. The surface moisture of the material enables the fine particles to bond to each other and adhere to the large particles.
The viscous material also blocks the stainless steel wire mesh. These factors make the screening process difficult and the screening efficiency is greatly reduced. If the material contains viscous materials that are easy to agglomerate, even when the moisture content is small, it will bond into a mass, making it difficult for the fine particles to enter the sieve and severely block the sieve holes. A sand-blasting device can be installed to break up and break up the sand mass. The installed mesh cleaning device can clean the adhered sand to prevent the mesh from being blocked. This has a targeted effect on the clogging of the mesh caused by the water content and high soil content of the sand and gravel.
During the sieving process, the smaller the particles than the mesh, the easier it is to sieving. Three-quarters of the particles having a mesh size of the mesh, although smaller than the mesh size, are difficult to sieve. Some particles have a particle size that is 1 to 1.5 times that of the mesh. They try to cover the mesh and prevent the passage of fine particles. If the material particles are round, it is easier to pass through the stainless steel mesh. The particles in the broken product are mostly polygonal, and it is difficult to pass through the square hole stainless steel wire mesh. At this time, we will replace the square hole stainless steel wire mesh with a stainless steel mesh with a rectangular hole. The stainless steel wire mesh of the rectangular mesh easily passes through the polygonal material, solving the problem of mesh plugging.