disk mill

disk mill

[′disk ‚mil]
(mechanical engineering)
Size-reduction apparatus in which grinding of feed solids takes place between two disks, either or both of which rotate. Also known as disk attrition mill.
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For pre- and fine-grinding of large quantities of coarse material, the combination of Fritsch's Jaw Crusher PULVERISETTE 1 premium line and Disk Mill PULVERISETTE 13 premium line is an ideal solution.
The premium model of the FRITSCH Disk Mill for efficient fine grinding of hard-brittle to medium-hard solids is even safer due to the automatic locking of the collecting vessel and grinding chamber, and even easier to operate due to the convenient motor-driven grinding gap adjustment with digital gap display.
The new Corundum Disk Mill MCD 2000 is the consequent amendment of the milling program within the IKA(r) Inline 2000 series.
Mazurkiewicz and Galecki of the University of Missouri-Rolla|3~ described their recent work with high-pressure water jets in their Double Disk Mill.
The Vibratory RS 200 disk mill prepares samples for XRF or similar analyses.
The Frame Assembly permits stacked continuous reduction in one operation using the Jaw Crusher and Disk Mill in series.
Energy-instrumented knife, hammer, and refiner disk mills are used while investigating chopping and grinding of switch grass, corn stover, and wheat straw under a range of moisture contents.
Conventional disk mills use a disk that relies on viscosity of the product to accelerate the media, which is inefficient and creates heat, which affects the media's wear.