The Micron Pulvis is an air classifying agitated media mill that was developed as an energy-efficient ultra-fine grinding machine. This high-efficiency mill produces sub-micron size particles.
The milling part is located at the bottom of the machine. Feed material is ground by agitated media, which generate forces of hitting, compressing, shearing and friction. Ground particles are conveyed by air, passing through the grinding chamber, to the classifier. The classifier separates the required fine product from coarse particles. The coarse particles return to grinding zone.
Energy Saving - With high grinding efficiency specific energy consumption is reduced by more than 80%. Finer particle sizes are possible compared to jet milling. Ultra-Fine Particle - The high speed air classifier produces sub-micron particles with high great efficiency. Wear Protection - Grinding parts and classifying parts are available in ceramic material of construction. Easy Access - Easy assembly, disassembly and cleaning are achieved with this design. Ideal machine for frequent material changes. Adjustable Particle Size - Fineness is determined by changing the classifier speed. Test Equipment - It is possible to test to confirm scale up for production runs.
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