A Rotary calcium carbonate belt drive ball mill is used to grind hard, unprocessed materials such as limestone, dolomite, and marble. The ball mill is powered by a rotary aluminum or steel cutter that is equipped with a rotating motion. Rotary calcium carbonate belt drive ball mills are usually mounted on a structure such as a building, a warehouse, or even a concrete walkway. These structures have the ability to hold heavy weight loads for long periods of time.
It is used to grind materials from different types of igneous rocks including granite, quartz, aluminum oxide, boron, and calcium carbonate. It can be used in conjunction with a power boring machine for cutting and polishing floors in various sizes. It is also commonly used for manufacturing plastic products. It grinds materials in a continuous loop or spiral fashion.
The rotary calcium carbonate drives the rollers at very high speeds to quickly and efficiently grind materials in a variety of sizes. It has an open channel on one side for pouring the powdered materials into. It is attached to a structure with bolts and other fittings to be secured. It is designed to work with a wide variety of ball bearings and is very safe for use in applications where there is increased exposure to moisture.