Impact Mill Process

The KM-21 Impact Mill uses a rotor to mechanically accelerate the feedstock into stationary blocks. The shattered material is air swept out of the mill housing and into the cyclone. The cyclone sends the ground material into the collector receptacle and the dust is carried off to the dust collector.

Custom Designed

The Cyclo-Tex KM-21 Impact Mill is a compact design that suits both production and laboratory uses. This equipment is custom designed to fit the needs of each customer.

Using a rotor, our impact mill mechanically accelerates the material, and sends it into impact blocks, where material is shattered and then immediately air swept out of the mill and into a cyclone.

We use a variety of rotors to accelerate the material. We build them to accommodate different operating speeds, material abrasiveness and initial particle size, with a goal of minimizing contamination. Our impact blocks are also manufactured from different materials. Tungsten carbide, titanium, and stainless steel are the most common, and again the choice depends on the product. The impact mill can process many materials at a feed rate of 150 kg per hour and is easily converted to a closed-loop system for inert grinding.

Our impact mill prices range from $25,000 to $45,000 depending on materials of construction. Units are custom made to order and are shipped within 6 to 8 weeks of ordering.

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