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Gently grind challenging materials with this cone mill

By Chemical Engineering |

Kason

Kason

The CGM 750 (photo) is a new cone mill with a diameter of 29.5 in. (750 mm) that gently grinds fatty, heat-sensitive, sticky, moist or fragile materials into uniform particle sizes with minimal fines at rates up to 32 metric tons/h. Vertical material flow and low-energy grinding action with short residence times yield close particle-size distributions from 125 to 250 μm, without the noise, dust, product buildup or heat generation associated with traditional mills, according to the manufacturer. The sanitary unit is suitable for wet and dry milling, pre-conditioning and de-agglomerating of a wide range of bulk products. A pneumatic, swing-down conical discharge chute with quick-release clamps allows easy lowering of the cone housing and full access to the housing interior, beater and perforated conical screen for cleaning and sanitizing. Provision is included for optional air purging of bearings and seals. — Kason Corp., Millburn, N.J.

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