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Rotor mill
for plasticsfoodgrain

rotor mill
rotor mill
rotor mill
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Product application
for plastics, food, grain, straw, for cellulose
Other characteristics
laboratory, compact, dry milling, variable speed, universal, powerful
Rotational speed

Min.: 750 rpm (4,712 rad.min-1)

Max.: 900 rpm (5,655 rad.min-1)

Machine weight

79 kg (174 lb)


The versatile mill comminutes fibrous, tough, and solid materials with variable fineness, allowing sample material to be prepared for further analysis. Brabender Rotary Mill - Variable fineness - - Low dust material size reduction - - Fibrous, tough and solid materials - - Easy change of sieve and knives - Versatile applications With the Rotary Mill, you can grind a wide range of materials to the fineness you prefer. The interchangeable screens are available in mesh sizes from 0.5 mm to 5 mm, as well as others on request. In addition to the easy handling, the maintenance of the mill is very uncomplicated due to the exchangeable knives. The cleaning effort after grinding is also low compared to other mills, as dust emission is significantly reduced thanks to an effective seal. The material is fed into the grinding chamber of the rotor mill through the feed hopper. The material is metered via a slide valve at the hopper outlet. Four fixed knives made of special steel are embedded in the mill interior. The rotor, which is fixed on the motor shaft, is equipped with six exchangeable, adjustable knives whose cutting edges work against the cutting edges of the fixed knives and crush the material. The crushed material falls through the sieve into a collecting container. All residues are further ground until the desired fineness is achieved. Applications - Rice - Legumes - Tobacco - Confectionery and snacks - pet food - fish feed - pet food


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