Laboratory Ball Mills

Ball Mills use grinding media in spherical or cylindrical shapes in rotating containers to grind a wide range of material types to very fine sizes. Jars and grinding media are available in a wide variety of material types to optimize performance characteristics for long-term wear-resistance, low contamination levels, or economical operation.


Laboratory Ball Mills
  • Jar Mills are available in bench or floor models and have one to six jar capacities in 1, 2 or 3 tiers. They are used for wet or dry grinding, mixing and blending of ores, chemicals, ceramics, glass, and more.
  • Benchtop Labmill is lightweight and compact and easily adjusts to four sizes of milling jars, 16-320oz (0.5–10L). Jars made of High-Density Polyethylene fit in metal reinforcing sleeves and are disposable to prevent cross-contamination.
  • Fritsch Vibratory Micro Mill performs fine grinding of small samples through impact and friction with a mortar and grinding balls. The impact energy of the grinding ball is freely adjustable, and accessories are available in five different materials.
  • Fritsch Planetary Mills are available as Classic or Premium models with one, two, or four grinding stations. These planetary ball mills are useful for reducing particle size, mixing or homogenizing pastes and emulsions, and materials research. With a wide selection of grinding bowls and balls, these mills offer flexibility, reliability, and high-performance operation.