Booth 1405 – The CLM series of classifier mills is a combination of two stages of closed-circuit grinding and air classification in one unit. Materials that are difficult to grind and those that require a finer grind and/or a narrower particle distribution curve than is practical to produce in a fine grinder often require the capabilities of the CLM classifier mill. Large particles not completely ground in the first stage of this grinder are rejected by the built-in classifier and sent to a separate part of the grinding rotor designed to handle these more difficult items. They are reground and then reclassified.
Prater-Sterling, Bolingbrook, IL 630-759-9595 www.prater-sterling.com
Crusher and Lump Breaker
Booth 1460 – The Flow-Smasher crusher with Brick Breaker Blade arrangement is a heavy-duty, slow-speed, high-torque crushing machine that is designed to break large chunks of hard materials (clinkers, concrete, resin chunks, etc.) to a consistent, free-flowing size. This function prevents line blockages and makes downstream operations more efficient. The unit is available in many construction materials with numerous design options and in standard sizes from 12 × 12 in. to 24 × 24 in.
Atlantic Coast Crushers Inc., Kenilworth, NJ 908-259-9292 www.gocrushers.com
Fluid Bed Jet Mill
Booth 1036 – The Model DPM-2 fluid-bed jet mill incorporates dense-phase micronization, which uses turbulence-free jets in combination with high-efficiency centrifugal-air classification. Abrasive- and temperature-sensitive products can be finely ground with minimal contamination. This simple, easy-to-clean design offers precise top-size control with narrow size distributions in the 95% <5 µm to 95% <75 µm size range.
CCE Technologies Inc., Cottage Grove, MN 651-688-2656 www.ccetechnologies.com
The Model 141 hammer mill reduces friable and fibrous materials into uniform particle sizes from 20 to 300 mesh. Centrifugal force causes pivoting hammers to stand at 90° to the rotating shaft, throwing material against breaker plate ridges in the feed section, and then against perforated 270° bed screens through which sized material exits. Particle size is determined by the size of the screen perforations. The mill can pulverize wood scraps, process grain, break down housings, destroy ammunition shells, pulverize newspaper, separate rubber from cord fiber, and reduce the size of a variety of other chemical, plastic, rubber, and agricultural products.
Munson Machinery Company, Inc., Utica, NY 800-944-6644 www.munsonmachinery.com
Booth 2734 – The Delumper S4-series crusher features an ultrasanitary design, powerful crushing capabilities, and positive once-through chopping action that reduces product to a desired output without overgrinding. This precision-built crusher is specifically designed to meet the high standards of the food, pharmaceutical, and fine chemical industries. It reduces homogenous or heterogenous materials, dry powders, and resinous hard or soft agglomerates without degrading the product or causing a rise in temperature. The unit operates with a low noise level and minimal vibration and is engineered to fit into open or closed systems via flanged connections, such as ducts, chutes, or pipes. A convenient side door provides easy access to the interior and allows the entire internal mechanism to slide out or be cleaned in place.
Franklin Miller Inc., Livingston, NJ 973-535-9200 www.franklinmiller.com
These dual-rotor crushers are used for a wide range of applications. A variety of toothed-rotor designs are available to suit specific needs. Sweeper bar-style rotors are offered for even greater versatility. Perforated sizing screens are available in standard widths of 12 and 18 in. with standard lengths of 12, 18, 24, and 36 in. Custom sizes can be designed to meet customers’ application requirements. All grades are available, from painted carbon steel to USDA Dairy approved.
Machine and Process Design Inc., Anoka, MN 763-427-9991 www.mpd-inc.com
Booth 1204 – This redesigned lab mill with larger grinding jars is designed for low-cost small-production capabilities. Six all-polyurethane or solvent resistant jars with leak-tight covers can run simultaneously and are available with 0.45- and 1.32-l slurry capacities. The round-bottom grinding jars offer improved wet grinding and dispersion with capabilities of 1-µm (and less) size reduction. This jar mill provides the same advantages as the company’s toroidal bowl mills, including low contamination, narrow particle distribution, and safe product containment.
Sweco, Florence, KY 859-727-5116 www.sweco.com
Booth 1500 – The H-series cage mill is a selective crushing, controlled-impact, multicage mill for sizing minerals and agglomerates, whole grains, chemicals, ores, and many other materials. Wet, sticky, and dry materials are sized into uniform particles. The unit is available in 2-, 4-, or 6-row designs and in four sizes up to 250 tph. Also available in stainless-steel construction, this cage mill features air cannons and heaters to help prevent buildup of wet, sticky materials and a hydraulic ram for opening and closing the mill.
Stedman, Aurora, IN 800-262-5401 www.stedman-machine.com
Booth 2435 – The Model 1052 Gran-U-Lizer is used for ultrahigh-purity grinding applications. This technology is proven to grind hard, abrasive materials, such as silicon and cadmium telluride, to various sizes with little to no foreign material contamination. Additionally, the unit delivers high particle uniformity with minimal “fines” and adjusts to achieve median sizes from 120 to 500 µm.
Modern Process Equipment Inc., Chicago, IL 773-254-3929 www.mpechicago.com
Booth 3625 – The Raymond roller mill is an air-swept vertical ring-roll mill that simultaneously dries, pulverizes, and classifies clays, minerals, and manufactured materials that measure 5 or less on the Mohs scale. The mill provides efficient control of product size with minimal power, resulting in flexible, cost-effective production. It is available in seven sizes with ring diameters from 30 to 86 in., capacities to 80 tph, and fineness from 20 mesh to 99.99% passing 325 mesh. Equipment options include integral flash drying for moisture removal and static or dynamic classifiers.
Alstom Power Inc., Air Preheater Co., Raymond Operations, Warrenville, IL 630-393-1000 www.airpreheatercompany.com
The direct-drive SRLB 18 × 18 lump breaker reduces agglomerated lumps of material from powders to limestone. The heavy-duty unit features hard-faced combs and fingers, a reversible rotor, and liners throughout. It is available in mild-steel and stainless-steel construction. Custom machines can be recommended for specific applications.
American Pulverizer Co., St. Louis, MO 314-781-6100 www.ampulverizer.com
Booth 3519 – The Kek cone mill can take a wide range of feed material and produce an equally wide range of product, making it ideal for intermediate sizing in both wet and dry granulation processes. The unit provides a gentle low-energy form of size reduction and eliminates traditional milling problems including noise, dust, and heat. The gentle grinding action is capable of control within fine limits while maintaining a close particle-size distribution with minimal fines generation, typically grinding from 25 mm to 250 µm.
Kemutec Powder Technologies, Bristol, PA 215-788-8013 www.kemutec.com
Polymer Size Reduction
Booth 2425 – Partnering with The Jet Pulverizer Co., LiquaJet LLC is introducing an advanced jet-milling technology that focuses on processing compounds that are tough to grind or have been considered ungrindable. The company now offers size-reduction services for polymers, plastics, and other engineered or organic materials. This new higher energy milling technique provides instantaneous micronization of the toughest materials. Materials that could only be reduced to a 100–200-µm average can now be milled below a 30-µm average.
LiquaJet LLC, Moorestown, NJ 800-670-9695 www.liquajetllc.com
Booth 1421 – The Series 44 Magnum hammer mill with sliding door is a versatile unit that is designed for the most demanding operations. The rugged, high-efficiency hammer mill offers a range of widths for high-capacity grinding of friable and fibrous materials. The sliding doors provide easy access for maintenance.
CPM Roskamp Champion, Waterloo, IA 800-366-2563 www.cpmroskamp.com
Cryogenic Cover for Lab Attritor
Booth 3717 – This cryogenic cover for the 1-S lab attritor facilitates easy flow of liquid nitrogen into the grinding chamber. The cover fits both the 1.5- and 2.5-gal models of the attritor. For cryogenic grinding, the company uses a stainless-steel tank with a stainless-steel jacket. For customers who already own a 1-S but have a need for cryogenic grinding, the cover and tanks can be retrofitted to any existing 1-S model. The versatile and rugged mill is designed to meet virtually any lab grinding and dispersing need—wet or dry. An advantage of the unit is that results can be scaled up to production-sized equipment with reproducible results from batch to batch.
Union Process Inc., Akron, OH 330-929-3333 www.unionprocess.com
Booth 1015 – Vibra-Drum grinding mills are proven in dozens of milling applications in the mining and mineral industries. Grinding processors are achieving energy savings of 35 to 50% thanks to a rotational material motion that is more efficient than conventional ball or rotary mills. New processes include micron grinding and mechanochemical grinding.
General Kinematics Corp., Crystal Lake, IL 815-455-3222 www.generalkinematics.com
Gravity Discharge Hammer Mills
Booth 2519 – Heavy-duty W- and WA-series hammer mills are suitable for a wide variety of applications. Otherwise identical to the W Series, the WA Series features thick, abrasion-resistant wear plates, allowing for processing of hard and highly abrasive materials. Both series feature 20 sizes, available in carbon- or stainless-steel construction with a variety of hammer and screen styles and sizes to choose from.
Schutte-Buffalo Hammermill LLC, Buffalo, NY 716-855-1555 www.hammermills.com