Grinding and milling products are used to process or test materials that are generally tough and fibrous, such as plastics, rubber and plant product not easily reduced by standard crushers and pulverizers.
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- Ball Mills are available in Benchtop models. Ball (or Jar) Mills are capable of grinding materials very fine. A wide selection of grinding media is available for efficient reduction of various material types. Optional accessories can be selected to enhance wear-resistance, reduce contamination and optimize operation.
- Laboratory Disk Mills are Hand-Cranked or Motorized mills used with limited, low-volume dry or wet grinding to achieve moderate fineness. These products are often used for medium hard minerals, ore, dry chemicals, and similar materials.
- Ball-Pan Hardness Test is used to determine degradation resistance of activated carbon.
- Hardgrove Grindability Tester used to measure the relative ease of pulverization of coals according to ASTM D409. The durable Hardgrove Grindability Tester offers reliability and low-maintenance operation.