The difference between dry sand making and wet sand making

The river pebble sand production line has two sand making processes: dry sand making and wet sand making. After the stone is crushed by the crusher, a certain amount of stone powder and mud powder are also produced. The stone powder and mud powder can make the sand quality worse. Therefore, in order to remove the powdery materials, the sand production line is often built at the river, and the artificial sand is washed with river water. This method It is the wet sand making method. Therefore, the wet sand making method will be affected by the location and the environment, and it is the dry sand making that replaces the wet sand making method.

Dry sand making:
Dry sand making simply means that no water is added when producing machine-made sand, but this method has relatively high requirements for crushers, because most of the machine-made sand produced by crushers has a relatively coarse fine modulus, and they all need to be equipped with The mold clamping machine can make the fineness meet the standard. The most important thing about dry sand making is how to increase the screening rate, how to control the fine modulus and reduce dust pollution. Therefore, the use of dry sand making is particularly important for screening equipment and configuration.

Wet sand making:
The main difference of wet sand making is the addition of a sand washing machine, so that the finished product can make the sand more round and remove the mud content from the appearance. However, the wet sand making will have relatively large restrictions on the area, and it needs to be adjacent to the water source. The wet sand making requires the construction of a sedimentation tank to treat the water to achieve the effect of recycling. Add fine sand recovery machine to recover fine sand and mud powder in wastewater.

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