jet mill

jet mill

[′jet ‚mil]
(engineering)
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Following the completion of the ion exchange stage of processing, which will produce purified lithium chloride eluate, the eluate will then enter a lithium carbonate process followed by washing with deionized water, drying, and then being micronised using a jet mill.
The jet mill is a static machine without milling media; the milling component consists of a chamber with a nozzle or nozzles and the particles to be sprayed are accelerated by the air pressure or steam jet.
Based on the type, the global reinforced ultrafine mill market is segmented as: Raymond mill HGM micro powder grinding mill Ball mill Jet mill CLUM vertical mill Based on the mesh size, the global reinforced ultrafine mill market is segmented as: Up to 300 300 -- 1000 Above 1000 Raymond Reinforced Ultrafine Mill is anticipated to showcase remarkable growth rate during the forecast period due to its higher operational efficiency.
The jet mill grinds and classifies powders to micron and sub-micron sizes in a single grinding chamber using compressed air or gas.
Milling of Tibolone was done by using Air Jet Mill (Promas Engineering, Mumbai).
Sturtevant's lab size Jet Mill Micronizer mills the product once dried, which can then be fully contained in a PSL Isolator for laboratories developing powder formulations with fine particle sizes.
Some of mineral standards were treated by jet mill; other ones were prepared by sedimentation to obtain fraction grain size less than 5 [micro]m.
The brown rice and the milled rice were further milled using a stone-type mill, a hammer mill, and a jet mill.
As a further option, a CGS 10 Fluidized Bed Jet Mill can be installed on the base frame.
It was discovered, through investigations by public safety authorities, that the ship transported such machinery as a jet mill, which can be converted for missile development.
CDS high-density bed jet mill combines a spiral jet mill design with a dynamic air classifier wheel.