bead mill for ultrafine grinding

agitated bead mill, ultrafine air classifier system, dispersing machine producer

agitated bead mill, ultrafine air classifier system, dispersing machine producer

The agitated bead mill is suitable for the ultrafine grinding and dispersing of paint, coating, pesticide, papermaking, printing ink, non-mineral filler, and other materials. High-quality products can be produced by the mini grinding media. The amount of the beads inside the tank can be changed to meet the requirements of different materials.

Our product can be used for mass production and the ground material has narrow particle size distribution. With the high-density input energy, nanoscale products can be obtained. The viscosity of the applicable slurry has a board range, which is from 20 mPas to 7000 mPas.

Due to the adoption of the dynamic separating system, the grinding media and materials can be easily separated, and there is no clogging. The cooling system for the milling cylinder and rotor ensures that the discharged product has low temperature. This equipment also adopts optimally designed double mechanical seal (our company is the maker of HG/T2477 standard, the mechanical seal technology conditions for the bead mill). According to the requirements of abrasion resistance and corrosion resistance, material of the grinding cylinder, pin and rotor can be changed.

We are a specialized agitated bead mill manufacturer and supplier in China. We provide various types of products such as environmental protection painting production system, lab jet mill, stainless steel reactor, and nano nickel powder.

Miyou Group Co., Ltd. Add.: No.1 Middle Yucheng Road, Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province, China P.O Box:215316 Tel.: +86-512-5778-2891 +86-512-5779-5588 Fax: +86-512-5779-1241 Email: [email protected] Website: www.miyougroup.com www.millingsupplier.com

wet grinding - netzsch grinding & dispersing

wet grinding - netzsch grinding & dispersing

NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH is one of the market leader in wet grinding technology. The bundling of process-related know-how and the extensive machine program from laboratory to production machines to complete production lines is our strength.

Agitator bead mills are grinding machines for ultra-fine processing of solids in liquids. Their area of application covers the particle size range from 200 m (max. 500 m) down to the submicron (nanometer) range. With a comminution factor down to 1 : 10 000 (200 m -> 20 nm), the application range is extensive and the variety of tasks extremely diverse. The wetting and homogenization of solids in liquids, deagglomeration and dispersion, all the way to true comminution of primary particles make the agitator bead mill a universal wet processing machine. Depending on the product properties, various types of agitator bead mills with different grinding systems are employed.

Our company represents competence in grinding technology, and the ability to meet demanding customer requirements. With the introduction of the new disc geometry TetraNex/TetraNex+, a significant increase in the efficiency of the grinding system was achieved. Now the grinding system has been modified again. In this long history - marked by ideas and patents - a new milestone has been set with the Discus Intensive Rotor.

The agitator cooling with the newly-developed Neos grinding system stands for maximum performance, product quality and efficiency. Coupled with the reliable use of extremely small grinding media, you can achieve your required product quality with high production output and low specific energy consumption.

NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH has now developed the new Alpha modular machine platform. Compared to earlier-generation machines, this series is designed such that different grinding systems can be mounted on the same base platform as appropriate for a defined drive capacity.

The comminution or desagglomeration of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) is called micronization and brings about several advantages. The increase of the particle surface caused by the comminution results in a considerably better dissolution rate and bioavailability of the agents and therefore the APIs act faster.

Successful dispersion requires targeted force in order to separate agglomerated particles. The Omega Economic Disperser applies dispersive forces then and there, where they are especially effective: in the Omega disperser body, energy is transformed into very high speeds under pressure.

Whether the basic version, integration into higher-level process control systems or data acquisition hardware and software: a wide range of control options are available for the NETZSCH agitator bead mills talk with our experts.

The optimization of production processes, including the planning of maintenance and service tasks, requires the evaluation of process data over an extended period of time. At the same time, data analysis can be used to outline production and down times and detect possible causes. The acquisition and storage of various process data can be continuously recorded, pre-processed and encrypted with NETZSCH-Connect.

The dual centrifuge DeltaVita is based on the further development of a classical centrifuge. In contrast to a conventional centrifuge rotor, the rotor is equipped with two rotary plates at a specific angle to allow for the proper rotation of the grinding media in the sample vessels to reduce the particle size similar to agitator bead mills.

The compact, universally applicable laboratory circulation mills of the MiniSeries impress with their easy handling when processing very small quantities from 0.25 to 0.5 l up to particle sizes in the nanometer range. It is possible to conduct many tests with low loss of product and significant results within a short period of time.

Finest wet grinding technology the laboratory mills of the MicroSeries are an investment in the future for new product developments of different fields of application of pigmented ink jets, technical ceramics, cosmetics, pharmaceutical applications and nano-scale high-tech products.

The multi-functional laboratory mill LabStar enables scientific academic work even at difficult research and development tasks and convinces by easy handling. The laboratory mill LabStar is the smallest grinding unit of NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH that enables an exact scale-up to comparable production machines.

Successful dispersion requires targeted force in order to separate agglomerated particles. The Omega Economic Disperser applies dispersive forces then and there, where they are especially effective: in the Omega disperser body, energy is transformed into very high speeds under pressure.

The universally applicable laboratory circulation mill MiniZeta is essential for research and development. Its easy operation, equipped with easy to clean tools of stainless steel, achieves the machine excellent results down to the Sub-Micron range.

The comminution or desagglomeration of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) is called micronization and brings about several advantages. The increase of the particle surface caused by the comminution results in a considerably better dissolution rate and bioavailability of the agents and therefore the APIs act faster.

The comminution or desagglomeration of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) is called micronization and brings about several advantages. The increase of the particle surface caused by the comminution results in a considerably better dissolution rate and bioavailability of the agents and therefore the APIs act faster.

Successful dispersion requires targeted force in order to separate agglomerated particles. The Omega Economic Disperser applies dispersive forces then and there, where they are especially effective: in the Omega disperser body, energy is transformed into very high speeds under pressure.

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pigment production - netzsch grinding & dispersing

pigment production - netzsch grinding & dispersing

The ultra-fine grinding of pigments places high demands on the machine technology to be employed. The finest, absolutely grit-free granulation, low-residue processing with minimal contamination, as well as fast, thorough cleaning when switching products are the minimum requirements.

NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH has now developed the new Alpha modular machine platform. Compared to earlier-generation machines, this series is designed such that different grinding systems can be mounted on the same base platform as appropriate for a defined drive capacity.

Our company represents competence in grinding technology, and the ability to meet demanding customer requirements. With the introduction of the new disc geometry TetraNex/TetraNex+, a significant increase in the efficiency of the grinding system was achieved. Now the grinding system has been modified again. In this long history - marked by ideas and patents - a new milestone has been set with the Discus Intensive Rotor.

Successful dispersion requires targeted force in order to separate agglomerated particles. The Omega Economic Disperser applies dispersive forces then and there, where they are especially effective: in the Omega disperser body, energy is transformed into very high speeds under pressure.

The compact, universally applicable laboratory circulation mills of the MiniSeries impress with their easy handling when processing very small quantities from 0.25 to 0.5 l up to particle sizes in the nanometer range. It is possible to conduct many tests with low loss of product and significant results within a short period of time.

Finest wet grinding technology the laboratory mills of the MicroSeries are an investment in the future for new product developments of different fields of application of pigmented ink jets, technical ceramics, cosmetics, pharmaceutical applications and nano-scale high-tech products.

The universally applicable laboratory circulation mill MiniZeta is essential for research and development. Its easy operation, equipped with easy to clean tools of stainless steel, achieves the machine excellent results down to the Sub-Micron range.

The multi-functional laboratory mill LabStar enables scientific academic work even at difficult research and development tasks and convinces by easy handling. The laboratory mill LabStar is the smallest grinding unit of NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH that enables an exact scale-up to comparable production machines.

Successful dispersion requires targeted force in order to separate agglomerated particles. The Omega Economic Disperser applies dispersive forces then and there, where they are especially effective: in the Omega disperser body, energy is transformed into very high speeds under pressure.

The combination of an air jet mill and a dynamic air classifier represent fine dry grinding in perfection. The highest of final finenesses with an exact maximum particle size limitation become reproducible. The development of the new e-Jet and s-Jet grinding methods constantly yields new, interesting areas of application, both economically and technically. Applicable for finenesses from 1 to 70 m (d97).

The ConJet high-density bed jet mill is a spiral jet mill combined with a patented dynamic air classifier. This classifier enables the ConJet to achieve highest finenesses independent of the product load, and therefore also highest throughput rates. Applicable for finenesses from 2.5 to 70 m (d97).

The mechanical fine impact mill or centrifugal mill is usually operated in the form of a pin disc mill, blast mill, wing beater mill or grooved disc mill. Many products and finenesses for a wide variety of applications are processed with the universal mill, with a wide range of rotor and stator combinations that can be easily changed. Applicable for finenesses from 30 to 800 m (d97).

The dynamic air classifier integrated into the grinding chamber housing of this fine impact mill manufactures fine particle sizes with a defined maximum particle size limitation. Internal classification of the coarse material results in a more stable and energy efficient process than a mill with an external classification circuit. Applicable for finenesses from 10 to 150 m (d97).

The s-Jet System (patent pending) is a new innovation in a line of consistent developments being made in the area of air jet milling. Final finenesses in the submicron range (example: d50 0.2 m) can now be achieved with fluidized bed jet mills. As opposed to conventional dry grinding processes with fluidized bed jet mills, the s-Jet System uses superheated steam as its milling gas.

The -Mix inline disperser is a revolutionary system for mixing and dispersing solids in liquids. Homogeneous, fine dispersions with exactly reproducible quality are achieved through a controlled, emission-free process.

For processing large batches of moderate- to high-viscosity product, the PMD and PMD-VC intensive mixers are the machines of choice. The stationary mixing and dispersing units are successfully utilized primarily in the paint, printing ink and pigment industries.

The MiniVac laboratory-scale De-Aerator was specially developed for small batches or initial tests and like the production-scale NETZSCH vacuum de-aerator operates according to the VTR principle (vacuum - thin film - rotary process). With extreme ease of operation you can remove micronized pockets of gas and air from free-flowing products of various viscosities as well as from viscous pastes and compounds.

This newest fine classifier was conceived to combine with an upstream mill. The direct integration of the InlineStar classifier behind a mill creates a continuous grinding/classifying plant that reduces the number of required plant components.

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ultrafine grinding in contemporary flow diagrams for mineral processing | springerlink

ultrafine grinding in contemporary flow diagrams for mineral processing | springerlink

This article discusses the range of application of ultrafine grinding for processing mineral raw materials and presents examples of the successful use of this technology in the concentration of polymetallic ores and the hydrometallurgy of gold. A description is given of the principle of operation of bead mills and their main technological parameters (the size of the grinding medium, the speed of rotation of the impellers, the bead load, and the density of the slurry).

A. E. Senchenko, A. V. Aksenov, and A. A. Vasilev, Modern technologies for processing mineral raw materials based on ultrafine grinding in bead mills, Int. Sci-Tech. Conf. Scientific Foundations and Practices in the Processing of Ores and Technogenic Raw Materials, Ekaterinburg (2009), pp. 102106.

A. E. Senchenko, A. V. Aksenov, and A. A. Vasilev, Innovative technology for recovering finely-impregnated gold from hard-to-dress sulfide ores on the basis of ultrafine grinding and atmospheric oxidation, Proc. 8th Congr. of Ore-Dressers in the Countries of the CIS, MISiS (2011), pp. 291296.

Aksenov, A.V., Vasilev, A.A., Okhotin, V.N. et al. Ultrafine Grinding in Contemporary Flow Diagrams for Mineral Processing. Metallurgist 59, 251257 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11015-015-0093-6

ceramic bead behavior in ultra fine grinding mills - sciencedirect

ceramic bead behavior in ultra fine grinding mills - sciencedirect

Ceramic beads are produced from various formulations and processes.Ultimately these variances impact competence and performance.An operational mill has a working mix of used beads.Mill efficiency is affected by the condition of the working mix.Minerax has a controlled wear profile and helps maintain mill performance.

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