The disc pelletizer is a device for manufacturing green balls in a pellet production process, and the oil-containing nylon liner is mainly used for the liner with the concave and convex grooves. The process of making a ball by a disc pelletizer is to create a ball and spray water while loving and forming a ball of sufficient size in the process of neutralization and rolling. This process requires that the concave and convex lining plate be wear-resistant. And the function of lubricating non-sticking. Oil-filled nylon liners are the best choice for liners.
Before the oil-containing nylon lining is used, the ball splicing machine also uses the steel lining plate, the ceramic lining plate, etc., the surface friction of the steel lining plate is small, so that the ball after the material is dropped is raised very high, so that the wear rate of the lining plate is high. Increase, increase the number of repairs and time. Although the ceramic lining plate conforms to the smoothness and wear resistance, the frictional force on the surface is too small, but the ball material cannot be quickly formed into a lining in the chassis, and the production efficiency is low.
Compared with steel lining and ceramic lining, the ball is rolled longer on the nylon-lined plate with embossing during the same working time. The longer the distance, the longer the time, the more the ball can be added. The efficiency of the ball is increased. In addition, due to the small frictional force of the oil-filled nylon lining stud portion, the area of the quiescent zone can be reduced, and the effective early autumn area is increased, thereby increasing the yield of the spheroidal disk.
With the continuous development of the engineering industry, the production of oil-containing nylon lining has been further developed and applied. Its application can replace many non-ferrous metals and can replace tin-zinc-copper alloy and non-ferrous metals such as stainless steel. Such materials can produce various mechanical structural components, and can also absorb wear-resistant transmission components. According to different production processes, they can be divided into two types, one is extrusion and the other is casting.