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Charge and discharge of ballmill

The ball charge and ore charge volume is a variable, subject to what is the target for that operation. The type of mill also is a factor as if it is an overflow mill (subject to the diameter of the discharge port) is usually up to about 40-45%. If it is a grate discharge you will have more flexibility of the total charge

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