Paper Pulp Machine Reject Separator
The impurity separator is mainly used for separating light and heavy impurities in waste paper, and secondary disintegration of the slurry from the pulper. The machine integrates the disintegration,
First, the working principle
The impurity separator is mainly used for separating light and heavy impurities in waste paper, and secondary disintegration of the slurry from the pulper. The machine integrates the disintegration, light and heavy impurity separation function into one, compact structure and high efficiency, which can greatly simplify the waste paper processing process. And the equipment can run continuously, reducing energy consumption. This series of equipment and large water crushing and cylinder screens are available in the production process. The PLC controls it so that it can run continuously and automatically.
Second, the main structure
The machine is mainly composed of a tank body, a machine base, an impeller, a sieve plate and a transmission part. 1, the tank body The front end of the trough body has a circular arc end cover, and the cover is provided with a feed pipe, and the side wall of the cylindrical groove body is provided with a light impurity outlet pipe. A groove is arranged at the rear of the tank body, and a good slurry outlet pipe is arranged on the tank body, and a heavy impurity pipe is arranged at the lower part of the tank body. 2, the base The base is a steel welded structure for supporting the tank body and the transmission part. 3, impeller The impeller is a cast steel structure, which can clean the sieve plate while the slurry is being pulverized, so that the sieve plate hole is unblocked. 4, sieve plate A sieve plate is arranged immediately behind the impeller, and the sieve plate is made of stainless steel, and the user can select the aperture size according to the needs. 5, the transmission part The motor is transmitted to the spindle by the motor pulley, belt and large pulley through the pulley deceleration, which drives the spindle to rotate.