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Free Fine Size Reduction Webinar

Article-Free Fine Size Reduction Webinar

The Mikro ACM air classifying mill, the first milling system to incorporate an internal classifier, was invented by Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems in 1962. The mill is an air-swept mechanical impact mill with a dynamic air classifier designed to grind an extensive range of materials down to a D98 of 20 microns. The company recognized the growing demand for fine size reduction systems that could produce narrow particle size distributions that were required in many chemical, pharmaceutical, food, and mineral applications. Over the last 60 years, Hosokawa’s has continued the ACM development to achieve enhanced performance and utility. The ACM has evolved into one of the most efficient and high performance milling systems available.
On Wednesday, March 4 at 2pm Eastern, Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems will host an online webinar focusing on this mill. This webinar will review:
•    The history of the ACM
•    Operating principles
•    System design considerations
•    Wide range of designs and models available
•    Applications and customizations
This free webinar program is designed for all process engineers with size reduction applications in the chemical, food, pharmaceutical, mineral, and cosmetic industries. The webinar will be about 45 minutes and conclude with a question & answer forum.

Space is limited for this online program.

Register for Fine Size Reduction with the Mikro ACM Air Classifying Mill

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