Grinding chamber dimensions are 60mm diameter x 130mm in length or similar sizes to suit your applications with a grinding capacity of 300ml. The grinder comes complete with stainless steel balls and variable speed motor from 50 to 500 RPM.
Features are customisable to suit your needs and the encumbrance space required is 407mm Length x 407mm Width x 407mm Height and weighs 30.85kg.
This mill is available with tilt up or sliding lid and has large lightweight aluminium doors and is fully enclosed for noise suppression. Castors allow for easy mobility and it has a rugged steel frame construction.
The unit weighs 245kg and comes with a 3 phase 60 cycle motor as standard. 1 phase and / or 50 cycle motors are available and should be specified when ordering.
There are five models to choose from as follows
|6 X 12||152.4mm X 304.8mm Long||(10) 19.05mm Dia x 279.4mm Long|
|8 X 14||203.2mm X 355.6mm Long||(20) 25.4mm Dia x 330.2mm Long|
|9 X 18||228.6mm X 457.2mm Long||(40) 25.4mm Dia x 406.4mm Long|
|12 X 18||304.8mm X 457.2mm Long|
|13 X 22||330.2mm X 558.8mm Long||(45) 31.75mm Dia x 558.8mm Long|
The SpectroMill® is a Ball Pestle Impact Grinder which reduces a millimetre sized particle sample feed to fine micrometer sizes (below 44 µm) within 5 to 30 minutes.
SpectroMill-I has a single clamping mechanism that can accommodate one sample holder or one Multi-Vial Adapter, while SpectroMill-II has two such clamping mechanisms.
Depending on its size each vial accepts sample capacities of 1 cm3 to 30 cm3 and is available in the following materials:
Ball pestles are offered in compatible materials to the vials. Multi-Vial Adapters with 1, 3 or 5 cavities enable processing up to 5 samples simultaneously. They are available with different bore diameters to accommodate a variety of vials.
The GyralGrinder® is a vibratory disc mill which utilises a puk and grinding discs made of hardened steel, tungsten carbide or zirconia. Within 1 to 10 minutes, mm and sub-mm sized particles are reduced to below 44 µm. The operator can choose between 10 intensities of impact.
The popular Cross Beater Mill is used for crushing and grinding a wide assortment of materials up to the medium-hard range such as soil, bricks, concrete, rock, cement clinker, coal, glass, ores, minerals, rare earth products, chemicals, spices and grain. Applications abound within a variety of industries, including construction, environmental, mineral, chemical, agricultural and ceramic.
The mill is remarkable for combining small size with strength and power for heavy duty application and continuous operation. It processes samples from 200 g/hr up to a maximum of about 50 kg/hr, with an initial lump size of up to 30 mm down to a finest end particle size of approximately 50 microns. Coarse, medium or fine grinding can be selected. Interchangeable screens, with different hole diameters determine the fine particle size. Screens are changed quickly and simply by sliding them in and out of the recess provided. The beater tips are re-adjustable to maintain performance. The mill can be stand-mounted or bolted to a bench. The Cross Beater Mill is designed to produce little or no dust and for easy cleaning.
The Micro Hammer Cutter Mill is the ideal machine for all dry milling applications. It provides the power of a Hammer Mill and the cutting action of a Knife Mill and has the ability to pulverise samples of almost anything in seconds, including wool, cotton & rock. With its compact design the Micro Hammer Cutter Mill will fit any lab countertop and under hoods.
The Gyro Mill is the perfect choice for rapid, homogeneous and reproducible grinding of samples to analytical fineness, both wet and dry. The equipment is widely used for precision sample preparation for wet chemistry and instrumental analysis, such as XRF and AA analysis as well as for geological / mineral assay work. Materials routinely ground by this method include brick, castings, cement, ceramics, chemicals, clinker, coal, coke, concrete, ferro-alloys, fertilisers, fluxes, glass, iron, limestone, minerals, paint, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, dried plant material, ore, precious stones, rocks, metals, sand, slags, silicates, soil, steel, wood...
The Gyro Mill is particularly recommended for grinding smaller samples from 1 cc to 250 cc. Typically, the maximum initial particle size is approximately 12 mm, depending on the hardness of the material.
The chart lists the grinding performance for the Gyro Mill using a 100 cc tungsten carbide grinding dish, with grinding intensity set at “high”.
|Material||Feed Size||Final Size||Minutes|
|Industrial Diamond Powder||1-2mm||50-75um||5|
A comprehensive range of ball mills for laboratory and pilot plant offers the operator a flexible approach with a wide choice of pot sizes and materials. From a single pot to multi-tiered units capable of accommodating 35 litre containers you can be sure to find a mill to suit your requirements.
Various different types of grinding media can be used to obtain maximum grinding efficiency. For the ceramic pots steatite or high density alumina balls are generally used whilst for the steel pots either carbon or stainless steel balls are the normal choice. Other media such as zirconia cylinders or glass balls can be supplied to order.
The Micronizing Mill is the perfect choice for precision sample preparation for XRD. It rapidly reduces samples to sub-micron sizes by a unique vibratory grinding action. Each element within the grinding vessel moves with respect to its neighbour so as to produce linear contact blows and planar shearing. Materials routinely ground by this method include Carbides, Nitrides, Borides, Cement, Clays, Shale, Mica and many others.