According to this company, its Micro-Max™ fine grind air swept mill is a versatile screenless mill that can produce a range of particle sizes. Typical applications range from adhesives and asphalt to wheat germ and zinc oxide.
The mill’s slave plate saves wear on the inlet beater plate, and the increased air flow keeps material cooler when grinding. By adding heat to the Micro-Max, the mill is capable of grinding and drying in one pass. Liquid injection ports are standard for grinding heat-sensitive materials. The mill’s oversized air inlets and outlets allow for greater air flows, keeping the product cooler and increasing its capacity. Beater plates can be removed or added to change product gradations. Carbide-faced beaters produce fine powders with a minimum of wear. An internal classifier plate sends oversized material back through the mill to be re-ground.
For additional details, call (800) 262-5401 or visit www.stedman-machine.com