Operating principle

The operating principle of the mill is a rotor that is fitted with special tools. It rotates at a high peripheral speed within a solid replaceable stator. The mechanical design is conservative allowing the mill to operate safely under severe conditions and high peak loadings. The tooling on the rotor and the design of the liner of the stator accelerate the particles to very high velocities within the air eddies ensuring high energy impact between the air stream and the product. Material enters the mill at the base of the rotor and on leaving the grinding zone it enters a sifting section where the oversized particles are returned to the bottom of the grinding zone.

As the micronising effect is achieved from particle attrition the wear on the mill components is minimised.