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    Jun 01, 2009· Nowadays ball mills still dominate secondary grinding applications, but are increasingly in competition with closed circuit AG/SAG mill circuits and stirred mills (Napier-Munn et al., 1996). At product sizes finer than 80% passing 75 μm, the efficiency of ball mill grinding rapidly decreases.

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  • Energy-Efficient Technologies in Cement Grinding IntechOpen

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    Benefits of using high pressure grinding rolls Energy efficiency is the main benefit of HPGR. Large energy savings of around 20-50% relative to dry grinding ball mills have been achieved in the cement industry (Otte, 1988; Patzelt, 1992); however, such savings have not been reproduced in the minerals industry when comparing HPGR with wet