grinding aid

grinding aid

[′grīn·diŋ ‚ād]
(engineering)
An additive to the charge in a ball mill or rod mill to accelerate the grinding process.
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Tenders are invited for Flexible Safety Disc Size 100X3x16 Mm Out Dia X Thickness X Inner Dia With Full Face Reforcementwith Grinding Aid Filler Grit 36 Make Cubitron 3M Dsa 5376, Bosch, Makita
As with 984F by 3M, 947A by 3M includes a grinding aid for use on stainless steel and heat sensitive metals as well as working well on carbon steels.
A specially formulated grinding aid prevents dulling and glazing of grain and Saber Tooth products are designed to work with heat sensitive materials for cool-cutting--protecting high value parts from heat discoloration.
Depending on a hair's fat content, it may be necessary to use liquid nitrogen as a grinding aid in order to prevent the sample from caking or sticking to the jar walls.
Once again, belts with a high cut rate and long life should be specified to keep processing time to a minimum, whereas a grinding aid will be needed to deliver a fast, cool cut on heat-sensitive metals such as titanium.
VSM says its aggressive grain orientation, along with its cool cut grinding aid coating, provides 30% or more productivity compared to the existing ceramic product.
Sporting a distinctive, blaze orange grain-side color, Norton SG[R] Blaze R980 discs feature sharper ceramic grain, improved Y-weight polyester backing and larger grinding aid.
The new product features improved SG ceramic grain and Y-weight polyester cloth finish backing, a new resin system and a superior "supersize" grinding aid that increases grain retention.
These problems are avoided by grinding the ultra-high-molecular-weight polymer in the presence of a grinding aid and mixing with a suspending fluid.
A polar grinding aid such as a glycol or amine is often used to increase the powder's affinity to enter the air stream.
At the lab bench, 50 g of meat is combined with 70 g of a laboratory grinding aid, which improves sample uniformity.