Heating during the grinding process can decrease the quality of the ground material. Through the injection of water into the ball mill, excess heat is dissipated and the outlet temperature is kept at the desired level. Only if overtemperatures can be reliably avoided, the ground raw material or the ground cement can be safely and efficiently conveyed and stored. In the case of roller mills, the grinding bed is stabilized by the injection of liquid, thus optimizing the grinding process.
We usually recommend single- or twin-fluid systems for injection, optionally fitted with rotary feedthroughs for the lances.
Lechler nozzle lances and systems to generate the optimum droplet size range and distribute it as uniformly as possible in the gas flow.
For additional products, please refer to suggested literature.