shot mill

shot mill

[′shät ‚mil]
(engineering)
A high-speed, continuous mill for deagglomerating, dispersing, and milling paints, inks, dyestuffs, adhesives, food, and pharmaceuticals; consists of a chamber with rotating disks that is filled with small steel or ceramic spheres (shot), and a pump to propel material through the mill. Also know as a media mill.
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The men ran from the house; the woman drew a gun and shot Mills in the leg.