Ceramic mainly refers to the waste generated in the process of forming, drying, glazing,
handling, roasting and storage in the production process of ceramic products, which mainly
includes blank waste, waste glaze, burnt waste, waste residue, porcelain. Brick/thick glazed
bricks and other types of bricks. With the rapid development of the ceramic industry,
ceramic waste is also increasing, which not only exerts great pressure on the urban
environment, but also limits the sustainable development of the urban economy and the
ceramic industry. Therefore, we must attach great importance to the recycling and
utilization of ceramic waste.
The bulk ceramic waste is broken by the crusher to the incoming fineness (15mm-50mm) that can
enter the mill.
The crushed small piece of ceramic waste is sent to the silo through the hoist, and then
uniformly and quantitatively fed into the mill grinding chamber through the vibrating feeder for
Fine powder processing can be selected from LM vertical mill, MTW European version mill, TGM
overpressure trapezoid mill; ultra-fine powder processing generally uses LUM ultra-fine vertical
mill, MW ring roller micro-grinding machine, coarse powder processing using CM European coarse
grinding, straight-through centrifugal grinding.
The ground ceramic powder is classified by a classifier, and the unqualified powder is
classified by a classifier and returned to the main machine for re-grinding.
The fine powder conforms to the airflow and enters the dust collector through the pipeline for
separation and collection. The collected finished powder is sent to the finished silo through
the discharge device through the discharge port, and then uniformly packaged by the powder
tanker or the automatic baler.