Nano Grinding Mill Plant

ApplicationHeavy Duty Work
Diametre (millimetre)50 mm to 250 mm
Driven TypeElectric
AbrasiveIntermediate Grinding Action
Control SystemCNC/PLC

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Since our inception in 2001, we have been engaged in manufacturing, exporting and supplying top grade Media Mill For Nano Grinding. Manufactured with the use of quality-checked components and ultra-modern techniques, this mill is widely used for grinding applications in varied industries. For its hassle free working and excellent efficiency, the provided mill is widely admired across the globe. Besides, our precious patrons can avail this Media Mill For Nano Grinding from us at market leading prices.

Key Points:

  • Sturdiness
  • Longer service life
  • Quick processing
  • Noise free functioning

About Nano Grinding Mill Process Description

There are basically two methods of producing nano-scale particles: the "Bottom-Up" technique involves synthesizing the particles from atoms and molecules. With the "Top-Down" method the particles are reduced to nanometer size by grinding.

The common rules for size reduction to micron size do not apply for the nano-scale; with decreasing particle size, electrostatic and even molecular interactions increase, leading to particle agglomerations which cannot be reduced any further in size. For this reason, the grinding process has to be carried out in a liquid medium (colloidal grinding) which disperses the particles as much as possible.

For nano-grinding in a ball mill, the grinding jar and balls have to be of a very abrasion-resistant material, such as zirconium oxide, to minimize contamination of the sample material by abrasion. Factors like the choice of dispersion medium or grinding ball size have a crucial influence on the success of the process. Generally, small ball diameters (smaller than three millimeters or 0.12 inches) and grinding times of several hours are beneficial for the production of nano-particles as substantially more energy and a greater surface are required than for dry grinding in the micron range.