Economy & Market
Tube mill with slide shoes and integral drive
KHD Humboldt Wedag mills are space-saving, compact, high on performance and low on maintenance. This is primarily due to the support bearing design and the mill drive used. The mill is shell-supported, mounted on slide shoe bearings at both ends and made completely as a welded design. The mill with the compact drive version features an integral drive, whose planetary gear is mounted to the mill flange. KHD Humboldt Wedag mills are the result of the most advanced calculation and simulation methods, backed by years of experience. On a global level, the company has designed and built more than 1,000 tube mills. The standard KHD Humboldt Wedag mill is shell-supported on slide shoes and has a central drive. Torque transmission is effected via the conical discharge end. This cone is welded to the mill shell and has openings for the discharge of material and exhaust gases. The drive flange is connected to the end of the cone. In this way, the drive force is distributed directly and evenly to the mill shell.. The company's mills for minimum space requirements are mounted on slide shoe bearings and have an integral drive. The core of this drive is a two stage planetary gear reducer, which is directly mounted on the end cone. Installation is fast and easy. No time consuming adjustments. The integral drive has 99% mechanical efficiency.
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