Gypsum Powder Production Line

  • Gypsum Stucco Making Line

    Gypsum Stucco Making Line

    After gypsum rock is fed into crusher system to get size of 3- 4cm rocks, which is lifted to silo before kiln, then after measured, the rocks are fed into rotary kiln for calcination. The heating medium is hot flume, whose pipeline scatters in the center and wall of kiln, while kiln is rotating, the gypsum rock can be heated evenly to get calcined. Calcned rocks are fed into silos for aging then conveyed to grinder mill to become powder. Then gypsum powder is conveyed to product silo to pack into different bags by packing machine.

  • Gypsum Plaster Powder Production Line

    Gypsum Plaster Powder Production Line

    After gypsum rock is fed into crusher system to get size of 1- 4cm rocks, which is fed to grinding mill to get raw gypsum powder/stucco, and it is conveyed to bucket elevator to stable silo, after measured automatically and accurately, fed into calcination kiln. With large quantity of heat from hot air stove or boiler, raw gypsum powder becomes calcined gypsum powder. After cooling or aging, the finished product is packed into different bags by packing machine.

  • Gypsum Powder Production Line

    Gypsum Powder Production Line

    1. Gypsum powder quality standard: in compliance with GB/T 9776-2008
    2. Main Technology(here take Nature gypsum rock as example)
    Gypsum rock – first crushing -second crushing – grinding – calcining – aging -finished products (gypsum stucco/powder)-packing

  • Gypsum Plaster of Paris Making Line

    Gypsum Plaster of Paris Making Line

    The gypsum rock of size 1- 4cm rocks is lifted by bucket elevator into gypsum rock silos, then is fed to grinding mills to get raw gypsum powder/stucco, then it is conveyed to bucket elevator to stable silo, after measured accurately by belt scale system with PLC controlled, then it is fed into calcination kiln. With large quantity of heat from hot air stove or boiler, raw gypsum powder becomes calcined gypsum powder in the kiln. After cooling or aging, the finished product is packed into different bags by packing machine.