Wc Weight per foot of Chain and Flight Lbft L Length of the Conveyor ft S Speed of the Chain ftmin Fc Friction Factor of the Flights on the Bottom Housing Note Frictional factor used in the above formula vary depending on the specific applications and products being conveyed Testing may be required to determine the exact values to be used
For Ilmenite beneficiation, a combined beneficiation method is often better than a single beneficiation method, which can better improve the ore grade and recovery rate. At present, the combined separation method for ilmenite can be divided into four kind...
Processing Capacity: depending on specific situation
Processed Materials: Copper, zinc, nickel, gold and other nonferrous metals, coarse and fine separation of nonmetals like coal, fluorite and talc.
Powder grinding plant is generally composed of jaw crusher, bucket elevator, electro-vibrating feeder, mainframe and auxiliary engine of grinding mill, draught fan, dust-removing equipment, centralized electronic control and other equipment. According to ...
Component parts: jaw crusher, bucket elevatorApplied material: feldspar, calcite
Cement grinding plant is the final stage in the production of cement, which is separated from the finished cement production units. It mixes cement clinker with other certain amount of mixed materials for grinding, and then produces the finished cement....
Feeding Size:≤25mm
Production Capacity:200t/d-8,000t/d
Main Equipments: jaw crusher, cone crusher, ball mill, flotation cell, thickner and bucket hoist conveyor....
Raw Material: gold ore
Crushing Capacity: 500t/h
Installation Time and Site: Jan. 2014 in Johannesburg, South Africa
Wc Weight per foot of Chain and Flight Lbft L Length of the Conveyor ft S Speed of the Chain ftmin Fc Friction Factor of the Flights on the Bottom Housing Note Frictional factor used in the above formula vary depending on the specific applications and products being conveyed Testing may be required to determine the exact values to be used
Eng Guide Index All KWS DragonFlite drag conveyors use EnMasse conveying for compact efficient and high volume delivery All capacities are shown in cubic feet per hour DragonFlite capacities are calculated at the maximum fill level for each unit size and allow for easy selection based on your conveying needs
Rmsec Chain Speed msec x Bush diameter mm Roller Diameter mm Table 5 If the rubbing speed is above 015 ms calculate the PV value to see if it is below the max value in the table If the rubbing speed is below 015 calculate the bearing pressure to
Motor Sizing Calculations This section describes certain items that must be calculated to find the optimum motor for a particular application Selection procedures and examples are given Selection Procedure First determine certain features of the design such as drive mechanism rough dimensions distances moved and positioning period
Drag chain conveyors operate in the speed range from 100 to 200 feet per minute Conveyor motor drive power HP Force x ftmin e x 33000 e drive efficiency 85 for typical combined gear and chain drive Standard flight widths X are given below in inches Y Z 1 inch
May 06 2013 · 1 Determine overall length of drag conveyor 2 Multiply LENGTH X BUSHELS PER HOUR 3 Divide results by 55000 The above formula has been found to be adequate for products such as shelled corn and soybeans HEAVIER PRODUCTS MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL HORSEPOWER Example 50 foot overall length conveyor handling corn at 10000 bushels per hour
L Chain Length in Pitches x Chain Pitch in Inches12 Slow Speed Selection If the linear chain speed is less than 160 ftmin then a chain that is one size smaller than selected with the above method may be used To verify check to see if the calculated chain tension T is less than the “Rated Working Load” of the chain
Feb 21 2005 · There are LOTS of conveyors and Are you going to convey pallets only if yes there is a special Drag Chain Conveyor model DC60 specially engineered for this application HYTROL issues useful standard specifications and a Load HP capacity chart Compare them with your calculations
For simple inclined Conveyors HPP x BPMx F x S33000 Where B Sine of angle of incline F Coefficient of friction HP Horsepower M Overall Belt Weight P Product weight lbs S Conveyor SpeedFeet per minute None of that is electrical
The belt will have a chain and the shaft of the motor will have the sprocket But before I choose my stepper I need to know what the required torque for my stepper motor is Unfortunately my physics knowledge isnt great so I googled to find the equation I should use