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Rubber Mixing Mill
Rubber Mixing Mill
Price And Quantity
  • 1 per machine
  • Piece/Pieces
  • 300000 - 9000000 INR
  • 300000.00 - 900000.00 INR
    Product Specifications
    • Rubber Mixing Mill
    • No
    • Semi-Automatic
    • Water Cooling
    • 26 Inch (in)
    • 5 to 120 Kilowatt (kW)
    • 440 Volt (v)
    • 1500 to 25000 Kilograms (kg)
    • One Year Against manufacturing defects
    Product Description
    A rubber mixing mill, also known as a rubber mill or rubber calender, is a machine used in the rubber processing industry for mixing and refining rubber compounds. It plays a crucial role in the production of various rubber products, including tires, rubber sheets, and other rubber goods. 

    Here are the key components and functions of a rubber mixing mill:


    1. Rollers: A rubber mixing mill typically consists of two horizontally arranged, counter-rotating rollers made of high-quality steel. These rollers are often called mixing rolls or mill rolls.

    2. Mixing Chamber: The space between the two rollers is known as the mixing chamber. Rubber compounds, along with various additives and fillers, are placed in this chamber for processing.

    3. Mixing and Shearing: When the rollers rotate, they compress and deform the rubber compound, causing it to mix and blend thoroughly. The shearing action of the rollers helps break down the rubber into smaller particles, promoting uniform dispersion of additives and achieving the desired consistency.

    4. Temperature Control: Rubber mixing mills often have provisions for controlling the temperature of the mixing process. Temperature control is crucial because it can affect the properties of the rubber compound. Some mills have cooling systems to prevent overheating.

    5. Roll Gap Adjustment: The distance between the two rollers can be adjusted to control the thickness of the rubber sheet or the degree of mixing. Narrower roll gaps create thinner sheets and more intense mixing.

    6. Feeding Mechanism: Rubber compounds are typically fed into the mixing mill using a hopper or other feeding mechanisms. This ensures a continuous and uniform input of materials.

    7. Safety Features: Rubber mixing mills are equipped with various safety features, such as emergency stops, safety guards, and interlocking systems to protect operators from accidents.

    8. Batch Mixing vs. Continuous Mixing: Rubber mixing mills can be used for both batch mixing and continuous mixing. In batch mixing, a specific quantity of rubber compound is processed at a time. In continuous mixing, the rubber compound is fed continuously, making it suitable for high-volume production.

    9. End Product: Depending on the desired end product, the rubber compound may go through multiple passes in the mixing mill to achieve the required properties and consistency.

    Rubber Mixing Mill

    Specification

    Automatic Grade

    Automatic, Semi-Automatic

    Available Size

    6*13, 8*18, 10*24, 12*30, 14*36,42, 18*48, 22*60, 24*78, 26*84 inch

    RPM

    10 - 29

    Friction Ratio

    1:1.5 - 1:1.8


    Size

    Capacity Kgs.

    R.P.M.

    Friction Ratio

    Electric Motor

    6" x 13"

    3/6

    29

    1.1.15

    5/7.5

    8" x 18"

    7/10

    23

    1.1.15

    7.5/10

    10" x 24"

    15/20

    21

    1.1.18

    15/20

    12" x 30"

    20/30

    21

    1.1.18

    25/30

    14" x 36"

    30/45

    19

    1.1.18

    30/40

    16" x 42"

    50/60

    17

    1.1.18

    50/60

    18" x 48"

    75/90

    15

    1.1.18

    60/75

    22" x 60"

    90/110

    12

    1.1.18

    100/120

    24" x 78"

    130/150

    12

    1.1.18

    150/175

    26" x 84"

    160/180

    10

    1.1.18

    175/215


    Trade Information
    • Ex Works
    • 1 Per Week
    • 4 Week
    • Contact us for information regarding our sample policy
    • All India
    • ISO & CE
      Contact Us

      Post Box No. 11, Opp. Rly. Microwave Tower, Sirhind, Punjab, 140406, India
      Phone :+918045803796