The rotary kiln for lithium spodumene is primarily used for calcining lithium spodumene products. In the processes of mixing, calcination, cooling, and crushing, we strive to improve the performance and efficiency of the lithium spodumene calcination rotary kiln equipment. And we have effectively solved the problems of calcium carbonate rotary kiln knotted circle, low output and high energy consumption.
Model: Ø2.2×38m - Ø4.3×62m
Production Capacity: 120-800TPD
Applicable Materials: Limestone, clay, iron ore slag, etc.
Application Fields: Suitable for lithium mica, lithium spodumene raw material etc.
The rotary kiln for lithium spodumene is composed of cylinder, support roller, heating transition part, drive gear, sealing device, motor, exhaust chamber, sintering part, and kiln hood. It’s easy and more efficient for you to operate our lithium spodumene rotary kilns.
When burning lithium spodumene, you are able to notice the flame status and simulate and display the calcination process by using our industrial TV, it can realize the infrared scanner to directly transmit the situation of the calcined belt to the computer. The utilization of these new technologies makes it easier and more reliable to operate our rotary kilns. Additionally, compared with other equipment of similar specifications, our rotary kilns for lithium spodumene can upgrade 10% production yield and decrease the thermal consumption by 15%.
The raw materials of spodumene or spodumene are delivered to the tail of the spodumene roasting rotary kiln through the feeder, and are calcined in the cylinder. The rotary kiln is inclined to allow the raw materials to move from the higher end to the lower end. The raw materials undergo various processes such as decomposition, calcination, and cooling inside the rotary kiln, and once they become clinker, they are discharged from the bottom of the rotary kiln and enter the cooling machine for further cooling. Fuel enters from the kiln head and, through combustion, releases heat energy within the kiln, so that the raw material is calcined into clinker. The hot air formed during the heat exchange with the material enters the kiln tail system from the kiln feed end, and then is discharged into the atmosphere through the chimney.