Ultrasonic vibrating screen is composed of ultrasonic resonance power supply, oscillator and resonance ring. The high-frequency electric oscillation generated by the ultrasonic resonance power supply is converted into high-frequency three-dimensional oscillation waves by the oscillator. These oscillation waves are transmitted to the resonance ring to make the resonance ring generate resonance, and then the vibration is evenly transmitted to the screen surface by the resonance ring. The materials on the screen are vibrated by low-frequency three-dimensional vibration and superimposed with ultrasonic vibration, which can not only prevent the mesh from blocking, but also improve the screening yield and quality.
Magnesium oxide (chemical formula: MgO) is an oxide of magnesium, an ionic compound. It is a white solid at room temperature. Magnesia exists in nature in the form of periclase and is the raw material for magnesium smelting.
Magnesium oxide is easy to agglomerate in contact with air, screening and evacuation