Hard coal -- Determination of Hardgrove grindability index ISO 5074:2015 specifies the method for determining the grindability index of hard coal using the Hardgrove machine. It also specifies the procedure for calibrating the test machine and for preparing the standard reference coal samples.
The Hardgrove Grindability Index Standard Reference Sample (HGI-SRS) is a sample of coal used to calibrate instruments that are designed to determine the ease with which coal can be pulverized. The HGI value provides information for determining grinding power consumption and pulverizer capacities.
Hardgrove Grindability Index (short HGI) is a measure for the grindability of coal. Grindability is an index, therefore it has no unit. The smaller the HGI, the harder is coal texture and less grindable is the coal. Grindability is an important factor for the design a coal mill. As grindability depends on many unknown factors, HGI is determined ...
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Hardgrove Grindability Tester, 220V/1PH/50Hz Z90-9301-01 Preiser Hardgrove Grindability Tester 220V/1PH/50Hz Preiser Scientifics Grindability Tester is a compact precision built instrument designed specifically for the determination of the relative hardness or abrasive potential of coal.