HMKMill 1901 Planetary Ball Mill

Oct 24, 2017

Planetary Ball Mill

HMKMill 1901 Planetary Ball Mill is designed and manufactured by HMKTest for requirement of fine milling industry.It integrates all traditional mixing and size reduction process and at the same time. HMKMill 1901 planetary ball mill machine uses high centrifugal forces to generate high pulverization energy. It works efficiently and takes very short grinding times.






-Working Principle: impact and friction force
-Compatible Grinding Jars: (50ml /100ml) * 4
-Max Feeding Capacity: 2/3 capacity of the grinding jar
-Operation Mode: 2 or 4 grinding jars working simultaneously
-Feeding size: Soil materials < 10mm, others materials < 3mm
-Discharging size: down to 0.1μm
-Sample Type: hard, medium-hard, soft, fibrous, brittle, moist, tough
-Rotational Speed of Grinding Jar: 800rpm
-Rotational Speed Ratio (planetary disk/jar): 1 : 2
-Drive Mode: gear drive and belt drive
-Speed Control: stepless speed regulation
-Electrical Details: 110V/220VAC, 50/60Hz, 0.25 kW
-Max Continuous Grinding Time (full-load): 72hours
-Weight (Net /Gross): 30KG /35KG
-Dimension (L*W*H): 502*300*296mm
-Package Size: 570*360*420mm


-Elegant design, easy to operate
-Ideal for wet or dry grinding operation
-Energy and speed control enables reproducible results
-Automatic and programmable control with LED display
-Multiple grinding modes to choose
-High uniformity and excellent repeatability
-Fast rotational speed, high efficiency and fine granularity
-Programmable interval and pause times
-Four samples with different sizes and materials in one experiment
-Stepless speed regulation; reversing function
-Large range of materials available for grinding media
-Gear-drive offers an effective solutions to problems caused by belt driving, such as belt creep and belt abrasion
-Low center of gravity, good rigidity, compact structure, low noise, safe and reliable operation, no pollution and small wear
-Cooling of the grinding chamber with a built-in fan for long grinding times


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