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High Temperature Precision Ceramic Roller Kiln

    Ceramic roller kiln Is also known as roller bottom kiln. Mainly used in the production of ceramic building materials such as ceramic tiles. The roller kiln is a continuously fired kiln with a rotating roller as a tunnel kiln for the green carrier. The ceramic product is placed on a plurality of horizontally spaced horizontal refractory rolls, and the rotation of the rolls causes the ceramic to pass from the kiln head to the kiln tail, so it is called a roller kiln.

Working Principle

  The ceramic body can be directly placed on the roller or the blank body is placed on the backing plate, and then the hot plate is placed on the roller, and the blank can be sequentially advanced due to the continuous rotation of the roller.

The Main Advantages:

  • Because the cross-section of the kiln is small and can be heated simultaneously on the upper and lower sides of the roller, the temperature rises quickly, the temperature distribution in the kiln is relatively uniform, and the temperature difference between the upper and lower sides generally does not exceed 5 °C, which creates a rapid firing and improved product quality. condition. If used for baking flowers, the color can be consistent and bright.

  • Roller bottom kiln does not use kiln car, shovel, only some refractory pads, and some shims are not used. As a result, the heat consumption is greatly reduced, resulting in significant fuel savings.

  • Conducive to the mechanization and automation of the firing process (packing, burning, cooling, and discharging), facilitating the connection of the upper and lower processes, forming a complete continuous production line and improving production efficiency.

  • The structure is simple, the cost is low, easy to overhaul, and easy to operate.

  • Reduced labor intensity and improved working environment.

For Customize The Roller Kiln Please Check The Question And Contact Us.

  1. The density of the material which you want to sintering?

  2. Daily or per year how many final materials you want to get from the kiln.

  3. The kiln maximum using temperature.

  4. The material calcination temperature curve (temperature rise and cooling curve)

  5. Furnace surface temperature uniformity (top middle bottom).

  6. Is any volatile during the process?

  7. Product vibration requirements for mechanical motion or transmission?

  8. Atmosphere requirements?

  9. Material feeding and discharge method?

  10. Requirements and methods for soot emissions and disposal?

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