Dry Grinding Lab Attritor Offers Charging and Discharging Capabilities

April 24, 2015

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Dry Grinding Lab Attritor Offers Charging and Discharging Capabilities
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Union Process Inc. has designed and built a new lab-size SD1 dry grinding attritor with a special charging and discharging apparatus. Whereas typical SD1 attritors are designed for grinding under inert atmospheres with shaft seals, jacketed tanks for heating or cooling, charging ports, and gauges for control of the pressure in the vessel, this new model is equipped with newly designed charging and discharging vessels.

This system is designed so that one can charge the mill in a controlled atmosphere, inerted with nitrogen or argon, and also discharge the mill under controlled atmospheric conditions. The system is modular with different sizes available. For example, a small vessel would be used for taking a sample, while a much larger one would be used to discharge the entire contents of the mill.
This particular mill has a metal-free configuration with a zirconium oxide tank and zirconium oxide sleeved arms. As this equipment is destined for Europe, it is CE-certified.
Union Process Inc., Akron, OH 330-929-3333 www.unionprocess.com

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