With the grinding mill critical to a plant’s throughput, it pays to ensure mills receive the necessary care and maintenance. Too often mill maintenance is reactive, occurring due to a breakdown. The result is higher repair costs as resources are rushed to the site, as well as site maintenance staff under unnecessary stress, battling to get the mill operational again.
In an ideal world, mill maintenance would only ever take place over planned shutdowns. While this may never be achieved, with good planning one can identify potential problems early, saving thousands of dollars and wasted hours in the process. Here are three simple ways to keep a mill operating at its best.
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