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A new wear-resistant annular gap mill for the production of very fine powders

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At present stirred ball mills and, as a special type, annular gap mills are mainly used in wet ultra-fine grinding. The development of a new annular gap mill is presented. In contrast to conventional versions it consists of a rotating cylindric grinding vessel and a fixed inner cylinder. During operation this special design leads to autogenous wear protection at the inner wall of the grinding vessel and, furthermore, to a spontaneous adjustment of the gap width depending of the operational parameters. The paper presents results of grinding experiments including energy consumption data.

Affiliations: 1: Research Institute for Mineral Processing, Chemnitzer Straße 40, D-9200 Freiberg, Germany


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