dispersion mill

dispersion mill

[də′spər·zhən ‚mil]
(mechanical engineering)
Size-reduction apparatus that disrupts clusters or agglomerates of solids, rather than breaking down individual particles; used for paint pigments, food products, and cosmetics.
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Because of their hollow sphere granular form, they can be directly stirred into aqueous binding systems without using a dispersion mill and can be used for highly transparent varnishes.
One to 2000 Gallon Bottom Entry Kady Mills Attributes/comments: These Kady Mills are efficient, high-speed dispersion mills capable of quickly reducing agglomerates to their ultimate particle size, and efficiently producing fine dispersions, suspensions and high quality emulsions.
The interaction of the plows is augmented by high speed dispersion mills located between the paths of the plows.
PM-DDA Direct Dispersion Mills a continuous feed system eliminating the need for pre-mixing tanks and dispersers.