Ball grinding mill Taurus
impactverticalfor powders

ball grinding mill
ball grinding mill
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Characteristics

Technology
ball, impact
Orientation
vertical
Product applications
for powders, for coal grinding
Other characteristics
micronizing, robust

Description

NETZSCH Ecutec's Taurus has the most advanced technology in Mills using Grinding Media for micronizing. A rotating robust steel drum with liners is supplying kinetic energy to grinding media inside the mill. These grinding media are crushing and grinding fresh product due to impact and friction. The lining as well as the grinding media can be made out of hard wear resistant high manganese/chromium steel, ceramic or silex. The Taurus has several available configurations depending on the application and mill size. NETZSCH Ecutec also carries an extensive selection of special grinding media to optimize the performance of the ball mill specific to the customer's requirements. Together with NETZSCH Ecutec classifiers, the Taurus provides a wide range of fineness with top cuts down to d98 < 2 μm and up to d98 300 μm. The Taurus guarantees the best performance due to its high manufacturing quality, endurance, an low maintenance needs. This machine is the best solution for fine to ultra-fine processing of a wide variety of materials. • Wide fineness ranges between • d98 < 2 μm - 300 μm • High volume capacities due to its advanced design • Lenghthy durability, therefore low maintenance costs • Trouble-free, reliable operation • Tailor-made solutions available • Lab Sizes available

Exhibitions

Meet this supplier at the following exhibition(s):

in-cosmetics

16-18 Apr 2024 Paris (France) Stand 1T65

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    Middle East Coatings Show - Dubai

    16-18 Apr 2024 Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

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