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Mills are available in various configurations, however their purpose is the same, i.e. to reducethe particle size of the feed material. Some mills are able to reduce particle sizes down to the nano range. This is usually achieved by grinding the feed material, usually in the form of a powder or slurry, between milling media and/or the mill itself.
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Equipment
Hockmeyer offers the HCP Immersion Mill that uses rapid recirculation milling technology to acquire a smaller particle size and tighter particle distribution. These aspects are accomplished by pumping the slurry via the media field more number of times and more efficiently than any other mill, including horizontal, vertical or basket mills.
Hockmeyer’s HCPN Immersion Mill is a breakthrough technology in nanoparticle production. This innovative machine makes the science of nanoparticle manipulation user friendly, giving way to novel product development.
Hockmeyer has launched the new HCPS Immersion Mill that features an upper auger and interchangeable scraper blades. The patented auger feeds high viscosity materials through the mill.
Discover with the new FRITSCH premium line a completely new dimension in high-tech milling. For the first time ever, never known before, rotational speeds and ultrafine grinding results down into the nano range are achieved.
Multi-shaft mixers supplied by Hockmeyer feature a helical or anchor sweep low speed blade and an additional high speed shaft. The low speed blade feeds the high speed blade by folding and mixing the mass in the vessel and enhances product uniformity by scraping the walls.
Hockmeyer supplies dispersers, which are single shaft mixers utilized to dissolve solid particles in a liquid. This is usually achieved by using a "saw tooth" blade rotating at high speed. The blade induces high shear forces on the ingredients being dispersed and subsequently breaks them apart.
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