Development of a new superfine fiber crusher by Fu

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Fengli develops new ultra-fine fiber crusher recently, Zhejiang Fengli grinding equipment Co., Ltd. developed a new generation of high-speed rotary shear ultra-fine grinding equipment - ultra-fine fiber crusher, which was granted the national utility model patent. The equipment can crush fiber materials to micron level, and its energy consumption is only 40%~60% of that of similar domestic models. It can not only replace imported equipment, but also its price is only 1/5~1/3

according to the introduction, the machine has a reasonable design and simple structure. Users can control the experiment through the operating platform and also compete with foreign experimental machines for convenient operation. It is convenient for disassembly and assembly, and can effectively increase the output, reduce energy consumption and improve. "However, some critics believe that the crushing fineness can also control the product fineness and output by adjusting the gap between moving and fixed knives and the screen specification. The blade of the equipment has stable performance and long service life under the condition of high-speed rotary cutting; The whole operation process is safe and reliable, and the maintenance and material cleaning are simple and fast

superfine shearing and grinding is one of the most important deep-processing technologies for cellulose derivatives. Paper pulp, chemical fiber, refined cotton in light industry, carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC), nitrocellulose for both military and civil use, as well as plant hemp stems and traditional Chinese medicine all need superfine grinding, while ensuring the best stability and aerodynamic performance. However, most of the superfine grinding equipment used in China depends on imports, which is not only expensive, complex in structure and difficult to maintain, but also has problems such as low output, high energy consumption, high temperature, poor grinding fineness, difficult to replace cutting tools and difficult to disassemble and assemble feeding devices

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