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From jaw crushing to micronization services to wet milling, the technical mastery of our milling experts shines. An evaluation of the material properties and particle size goal determines the selection of the most efficient processing technology. We take pride in our technical mastery, and it shows in every project.
Our innovative fluid bed jet milling services utilize a special autogenous milling technology that incorporates a dynamic air classifier that can be infinitely adjusted to the desired particle size and shape. Our mills include hot gas, ceramic lined, and stainless steel varieties to meet your specialized needs.
During our pre-crushing size reduction process, two metal plates break large chunks of material using compression. The bottom gap between the plates, through which material passes, can be adjusted for the size needed.
Our hammer mills create high-shear and centrifugal forces to reduce an exceptionally wide range of friable and non-friable materials. End products result in coarse fractions down to finer particle sizes regulated by a range of inline screens.
Our high-speed, fine-impact universal mills can dry grind various products from 50 microns to 2 millimeters. Depending on the application and product, the mills can be equipped with four rotating and stationary elements to meet the desired end product fineness.
Our coarse system technologies include primary crushing, impacting, drying, roll crushing, utilizing large screen decks to customize several size fractions simultaneously. Our inline, air-swept pulverizing roller mill grinds and classifies where oversized product is recycled for further grinding.
Particles are dispersed in a liquid slurry and media milled to obtain a uniform particle size distribution. The shearing forces (tearing apart), impacting (crushing by outside forces), and attrition (tearing and crushing each other apart) create particle distributions in the nanometer or sub-micron ranges.
The media in autogenous grinding can be large pieces of material, so this technique is milling by attrition (self-grinding), not by impact. A rotating drum creates a cascading motion that causes breakage into finer particles.