The machine consists of a product entry box, feeding system, breaking and crushing balls and a scraping brush and blade system. In addition, the pneumatic equipment is supported with electric automation sections equipped with speed control systems and a reducer motor. Clean air is connected to the pneumatic system of the machine, providing air at 6 bar continuous pressure, which is processed by the driers.
The product coming to the inlet box from within the system, sets the machine, which is precalibrated, into motion. The input and output product that enters and exits the machine during grinding process is both visually inspected on site and technically assessed in the laboratory to ensure that it is of the desired condition. Accordingly, the product input speed of the machine with respect to capacity is controlled, the roller balls are adjusted with a precise adjustment system and the system is locked once standard product flow is ensured.
There will be no need to readjust the settings of the machine to grind a different product, should the need arise. As stated above, in this machine, all through the grinding stage, breaking and crushing balls (cylinders) are used with respect to the diagrams. If the input product entering the feeding box is inadequate during operation, the capacitive sensors stop the feeding system and set the breaking and crushing balls to idle position. In this position, both wearing down of the scraping brushes on the breaking balls is prevented, and on the crushing balls, the wear on ball surfaces and scraping blades is avoided. At the same time the energy consumption is reduced, because the idle motors of the machine draw less electric current.