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.
The Packaging Ink Company's headquarters in Pine Bluff, AR is located in a 110,000 square foot building, and it has been equipped with all new high speed computer-operated dispersion mills.
PM-DDA Direct Dispersion Mills a continuous feed system eliminating the need for pre-mixing tanks and dispersers.
The interaction of the plows is augmented by high speed dispersion mills located between the paths of the plows.