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Mill Lining Brick Sizes And Installation
Steatite ceramic mill lining blocks are with tongue and groove to form an interlocking pattern in installation, ensuring firm fixation of blocks in a mill shell and in' end flanges requiring minimum quantity of fixing adhesive/cement. Interlock fixing of bricks prevents bricks to give way from installation, chipping off and spalling off edges. Steatite mill lining blocks are available in a wide range of sizes and thicknesses to suit small & large size ball mills.

A strong thin steatite ceramic lining blocks can put more working volume in a mill than a thick natural stone lining blocks. In 1800 mm Dia x 1800 mm L Ball Mill a 65 mm thick steatite block lining will provide around 25% more mill working volume than the 125 mm thick natural stone lining blocks.

Block Number

Dimensions in
Millimeters

Appropriate Weight Kgs.

Suitable For Ball Mill Size

A
B
C
D
TAPER C-32
40.0
47.0
32.0
100
0.455
457 MM Ø To 762 MM Ø (18" . 30" Ø)
C-51
59.5
65.0
51.5
150
1.425
900 MM Ø (3' Ø)
C-53
59.5
65.0
53.5
150
1.450
1220 MM Ø (4' Ø)
C-54
59.5
65.0
54.5
150
1.470
1524 MM Ø (5' Ø)
C-55
59.5
65.0
55.5
150
1.490
1830 MM Ø (6' Ø)
C-59 W/O Tongue & Groove
59.5
65.0
55.5
150
1.470
--
Straight
B-30
50.0
30.0
--
100
0.370
For Mill End Lining 457 MM Ø To 762 MM Ø (18" Ø To 30" Ø)
B-32
32.0
47.0
--
100
0.390
--
B-42
65.0
42.0
--
150
1.080
For Mill End Lining 900 MM Ø To 2133 MM Ø (3" Ø To 7" Ø)
B-53
53.3
65.0
--
150
1.360
--
B-65 W/O Tongue & Groove
65.0
42.0
--
150
1.070
--
  Mill shell lined with all tapered bricks     Recommended staggered lining pattern
 
         
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