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Ball-mills are used widely for secondary grinding. Loveday (2010) reported on laboratory tests in which small pebbles (7-25 mm) were used in various proportions with balls. The optimum proportion of pebbles, by volume, was found to be about 25%. Substantial savings in power and ball consumption were achieved, with no loss in grinding capacity

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