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mikro acm air classifying mill

The Mikro ACM Air Classifying Mill is an air swept mechanical impact mill designed to grind a wide range of materials down to D97 < 20 m. Its durability, reliability, and precision are what make it one of the most popular industrial workhorses on the market.

The Mikro ACM Air Classifying Mill is designed to produce finer materials with sharper particle size distributions than most other impact milling technologies. In certain applications, a median particle size as low as 5 microns can be achieved.

The Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill system is available in a wide range of sizes, materials of construction, finishes, pressure & vacuum designs, system configurations and control schemes.

Due to the Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mills air to material ratio requirement, heat sensitive materials can be handled without product degradation. When milling hygroscopic materials, conditioned inlet air can be used to reduce moisture in the system. In high temperature drying applications, the bearing housing can be insulated and air purged to protect the bearings. The mill can also operate with chilled air for heat sensitive materials to prevent build up and for more efficient grinding.

If your application requires frequent product changeover with cleaning in between, you may want to consider our Mikro ACM-Easy Access Air Classifying Mill design. This mill incorporates several unique features that allow it to be quickly and easily disassembled and cleaned.

The Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill requires air or gas for the conveying, size reduction and air classification of the product being processed. Air or gas is introduced to the Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill via the main air inlet and the product inlet. As much as 30% of the total air volume can be introduced at the product inlet depending upon the application. Feed material is pneumatically conveyed under vacuum or mechanically conveyed by an auger, into the feed inlet of the mill along with the process air. Ideally, material is fed at a constant rate via a volumetric or gravimetric feeding device.

After passing through the feed inlet, material enters the grinding zone. At this point, material comes in contact with the face of the rotating hammers, where impact takes place and the material is fractured into smaller particles. Situated around the perimeter of the grinding chamber is a multiple deflector liner. This component assists in slowing the peripheral velocity of the product and deflecting it back into the hammer path for more efficient impact and size reduction.

The product is then conveyed upwards by the air stream through a shroud and baffle assembly that changes the direction of the product/air mixture while directing it to the classification zone. The shroud and baffle assembly also provides a separation of the mill internal area into two zones; a grinding zone and a classifying zone.

Once the product enters the classification zone, the particles are presented to the rotating classifier wheel, where based upon size and density, the particles either pass through the classifier or oversize particles are rejected and flow back to the grinding zone for additional size reduction. The processed product/air mixture then exits through the mill outlet.

There are two main parameters that are used to control and change particle cut point or maximum particle size; air volume through the mill and rotational speed of the classifier. The air flow through the mill generates a drag force to convey the particles to the classifier and the rotational speed of the classifier generates a centrifugal force that rejects the particles away from the classifier. When these two forces are equalized for a given particle mass, that particle has an equal probability of being accepted or rejected at the face of the classifier wheel. Based upon varying these opposing forces either through a change in air volume, or a change in classifier speed, the particle top size cut point can be controlled.

The grinding chamber of the ACM houses both the components of the classifying and grinding zones. They include the impact rotor and hammers, the liner assembly, the shroud and baffle assembly and the classifier wheel. The grinding chamber can be designed to operate to 10 bar(g) overpressure for explosive materials.

Rotors are normally supplied as single discs; however options include reduced diameter rotors for use with heavy duty liners, and rotor discs with replaceable wear plates for abrasive applications. Hammers are bolted to the rotor disc and can be easily removed and replaced. Options include:

A liner is located at the grinding chamber wall. There are two basic types of liners; the multiple deflector (MD) liner is for fine size reduction and the smooth liner is for coarse size reduction and to minimize the generation of fines. The purpose of the liner is to provide for more efficient size reduction by slowing the peripheral speed of the particles and to deflect them back into the impact hammer path.

The shroud and baffle assembly serves two purposes; one is to separate the internal parts of the mill into a grinding zone and a classification zone, the other is to act as a flow straightener and provide for the recirculation of the air/material mixture to the classifier and then back to the grinding zone.

The classifier is a device used to separate particles into fine and coarse fractions. The selection of the classifier wheel type is application dependent. Classifiers can be provided in short to long configurations with varying numbers of blades and blade type. Basic designs include radial or canted blade configurations.

When grinding abrasive materials, pharmaceutical products or food ingredients, Hosokawa offers options to protect your mill from premature wear and to maintain the purity of product. Internal surfaces and contact parts, including the liner, grinding elements, classifier and chamber can be constructed of mild steel, stainless steel, and ceramic or coated with special alloys, like tungsten carbide.

Most Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill systems use an advanced PLC and an Operator Interface Terminal (OIT) to monitor and control the system operation. The PLC allows various operating parameters to be set by using PID loops. The PID Set Points can be entered on the OIT and changed while processing your material to optimize the milling process. An automatic start/stop sequence is programmed to insure consistent, repeatable results, free from operator error.

The control cabinets are completely wired and contain all necessary components to effectively keep your system making a quality product. Equipment upstream and downstream of the mill is usually integrated into the control system.

The Mikro ACM Air Classifying Mill is designed to produce finer materials with sharper particle size distributions than most other impact milling technologies. In certain applications, a median particle size as low as 5 microns can be achieved.

The Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill system is available in a wide range of sizes, materials of construction, finishes, pressure & vacuum designs, system configurations and control schemes.

Due to the Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mills air to material ratio requirement, heat sensitive materials can be handled without product degradation. When milling hygroscopic materials, conditioned inlet air can be used to reduce moisture in the system. In high temperature drying applications, the bearing housing can be insulated and air purged to protect the bearings. The mill can also operate with chilled air for heat sensitive materials to prevent build up and for more efficient grinding.

If your application requires frequent product changeover with cleaning in between, you may want to consider our Mikro ACM-Easy Access Air Classifying Mill design. This mill incorporates several unique features that allow it to be quickly and easily disassembled and cleaned.

The Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill requires air or gas for the conveying, size reduction and air classification of the product being processed. Air or gas is introduced to the Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill via the main air inlet and the product inlet. As much as 30% of the total air volume can be introduced at the product inlet depending upon the application. Feed material is pneumatically conveyed under vacuum or mechanically conveyed by an auger, into the feed inlet of the mill along with the process air. Ideally, material is fed at a constant rate via a volumetric or gravimetric feeding device.

After passing through the feed inlet, material enters the grinding zone. At this point, material comes in contact with the face of the rotating hammers, where impact takes place and the material is fractured into smaller particles. Situated around the perimeter of the grinding chamber is a multiple deflector liner. This component assists in slowing the peripheral velocity of the product and deflecting it back into the hammer path for more efficient impact and size reduction.

The product is then conveyed upwards by the air stream through a shroud and baffle assembly that changes the direction of the product/air mixture while directing it to the classification zone. The shroud and baffle assembly also provides a separation of the mill internal area into two zones; a grinding zone and a classifying zone.

Once the product enters the classification zone, the particles are presented to the rotating classifier wheel, where based upon size and density, the particles either pass through the classifier or oversize particles are rejected and flow back to the grinding zone for additional size reduction. The processed product/air mixture then exits through the mill outlet.

There are two main parameters that are used to control and change particle cut point or maximum particle size; air volume through the mill and rotational speed of the classifier. The air flow through the mill generates a drag force to convey the particles to the classifier and the rotational speed of the classifier generates a centrifugal force that rejects the particles away from the classifier. When these two forces are equalized for a given particle mass, that particle has an equal probability of being accepted or rejected at the face of the classifier wheel. Based upon varying these opposing forces either through a change in air volume, or a change in classifier speed, the particle top size cut point can be controlled.

The grinding chamber of the ACM houses both the components of the classifying and grinding zones. They include the impact rotor and hammers, the liner assembly, the shroud and baffle assembly and the classifier wheel. The grinding chamber can be designed to operate to 10 bar(g) overpressure for explosive materials.

Rotors are normally supplied as single discs; however options include reduced diameter rotors for use with heavy duty liners, and rotor discs with replaceable wear plates for abrasive applications. Hammers are bolted to the rotor disc and can be easily removed and replaced. Options include:

A liner is located at the grinding chamber wall. There are two basic types of liners; the multiple deflector (MD) liner is for fine size reduction and the smooth liner is for coarse size reduction and to minimize the generation of fines. The purpose of the liner is to provide for more efficient size reduction by slowing the peripheral speed of the particles and to deflect them back into the impact hammer path.

The shroud and baffle assembly serves two purposes; one is to separate the internal parts of the mill into a grinding zone and a classification zone, the other is to act as a flow straightener and provide for the recirculation of the air/material mixture to the classifier and then back to the grinding zone.

The classifier is a device used to separate particles into fine and coarse fractions. The selection of the classifier wheel type is application dependent. Classifiers can be provided in short to long configurations with varying numbers of blades and blade type. Basic designs include radial or canted blade configurations.

When grinding abrasive materials, pharmaceutical products or food ingredients, Hosokawa offers options to protect your mill from premature wear and to maintain the purity of product. Internal surfaces and contact parts, including the liner, grinding elements, classifier and chamber can be constructed of mild steel, stainless steel, and ceramic or coated with special alloys, like tungsten carbide.

Most Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill systems use an advanced PLC and an Operator Interface Terminal (OIT) to monitor and control the system operation. The PLC allows various operating parameters to be set by using PID loops. The PID Set Points can be entered on the OIT and changed while processing your material to optimize the milling process. An automatic start/stop sequence is programmed to insure consistent, repeatable results, free from operator error.

The control cabinets are completely wired and contain all necessary components to effectively keep your system making a quality product. Equipment upstream and downstream of the mill is usually integrated into the control system.

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Hosokawa Micron Powder Systems invented the Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill in 1962 to address the requirement for even finer size reduction. Since then many design enhancements make the Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill better than ever, assuring maximum performance, dependability and durability. All Hosokawa equipment is inspected and tested to meet strict standards before it is shipped to our customers. The Mikro ACM - Air Classifying Mill and System come with our pledge of performance and guaranteed dependability.

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The Contract Manufacturing department at Hosokawa specializes in process and product development. Our team is comprised of highly experienced, professionally trained operators with extensive backgrounds in powder processing, equipment operation and powder analysis and characterization. We can solve most processing requirements; offering equipment options designed for optimum output and performance. We can help you take your powder from the development stage into full production!

We can process almost any chemical or mineral compound. Although Hosokawa is not equipped to process consumption grade food materials or pharmaceutical ingredients at our Summit, NJ facility, we can recommend other toll processing facilities that utilize Hosokawa brand equipment for these applications.

Hosokawa uses high quality processing equipment in our custom toll processing facility. Our team is committed to meeting our customer's production goals and will work closely with your team to find effective & efficient processing solutions. Please feel free to contact us regarding your custom processing needs or to arrange a visit to our Contract Manufacturing Center, located in Summit, New Jersey.

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Supplying the science hobbyist, industry, government, schools & universities since 1998. "We specialize in small orders" Black Powder Manufacture Black Powder (Gunpowder) is the backbone of pyrotechnics. Black Powder is the main ingredient in a variety of firework and rocket formulas.

Black Powder, also known as Gunpowder, is produced in large quantities commercially and sold in small 1 pound containers, mainly for use in antique Black Powder guns. It is also normally sold in different granulations which indicate how fine the Black Powder is granulated by how many "F's" they put on the container. Coarse granulations are called "FG or FFG" (aka "1Fg" and "2Fg"). Finer granulations are "FFFg and "FFFFg" (aka 3Fg and 4Fg). The more "F's", the finer the Black Powder... and the finer the Black Powder is, the faster it burns. Small (fine) granulations burn faster and are used in small bore guns, where larger (coarser) granulations, are used for larger bore guns & cannons... and for launching Aerial Firework Shells out of mortars. Using a finer granulation for these jobs puts too much strain on the gun (or shell or mortar) because the powder burns much faster and creates a fast pressure increase that could damage whatever you're trying to launch, or the gun/mortar itself. Coarser, granulated Black Powder that is used in mortars to launch shells, or in Roman Candles to shoot out stars, is sometimes called "Lift Powder". When Black Powder isn't granulated and is in a super fine powder state (similar to that of Talcum Powder) it is called "Meal Powder".

Smokeless Powder is not to be confused with Black Powder. Smokeless Powder is actually Nitrocellulose, and cannot be used in place of Black Powder. Keep in mind that Black Powder, Gunpowder, Lift Powder, Grain Powder, and Meal Powder are basically all the same material. As far as fireworks are concerned, Black Powder is used both in its finely powdered form (Meal Powder) for coating starts and for mixing in other pyrotechnic formulas, and in its granulated form (Lift Powder) for launching shells out of a mortar, or stars out of a Roman Candle.

The formula for Black Powder is 75% Potassium Nitrate, 15% Charcoal, and 10% Sulfur... and like all chemical formulas, it is measured by weight only. However, you just can't mix these chemicals together and expect to produce a well functioning Black Powder mix. The mixing process for Black Powder is just as important as the formula. Black Powder MUST be made in a Ball Mill to work properly. A Ball Mill is a rotating drum with dozens of lead balls inside. The 3 chemicals are loaded into the Ball Mill, along with the lead balls, sealed shut and allowed to rotate for anywhere between 1 hour and 24 hours. As the Ball Mill rotates, the lead balls will crush the chemicals together, forcing some of the Potassium Nitrate into the pores of the Charcoal and Sulfur. At the same time, the entire mass will be reduced to a super fine powder. The longer the Ball Mill runs, the stronger the Black Powder will be. A general rule of thumb for all pyrotechnic mixtures is " the finer the powder is, the faster it will burn ". ONLY lead balls can be used in a Ball Mill as they are completely non-sparking. ONLY Black Powder can be mixed in a Ball Mill. Other pyrotechnic mixtures such as Flash Powder, etc. CAN NOT, as they are too sensitive and will explode. Individual chemicals however, can also be Ball Milled into a fine powder, but the mill must be cleaned before this is done. If you are a do-it-yourself type of person, you can build your own Ball Mill. For those that don't want to go through the hassle of building one from scratch, Ball Mills, complete with hardened lead balls are available from us. They can be found by Clicking Here.

Once the mill has run for a while, it can be opened and the lead balls separated from the fine Meal Powder. As we'll show you below, this Meal Powder can now be used to make all the other forms of Black Powder for use in fireworks.

A lot of people ask which is stronger, Black Powder or Flash Powder... or if Black Powder can be used in Salutes (exploding fireworks). In short, there is no comparison. Flash Powder is a high explosive, a shattering explosive. It converts to a gas so fast, that objects near it, and containers that hold it cannot move out of they way (or vent) fast enough to release this gas so they are destroyed into fragments. Black Powder is a low explosive, a heaving explosive. It converts to gas much more slowly than Flash Powder, and generally pushes things as opposed to fragmenting them. If Black Powder is used in a small Salute like an M-80, it will just make a loud "pop", and push out the end plugs. Flash Powder in an M-80 will make a loud explosion and fragment the tube into small pieces. Flash Powder burns so much faster than Black Powder that in larger Salutes, it doesn't even matter if you've got end plugs on the tube at all, it will still detonate and fragment the Salute, even with 2 open ends. You can NEVER substitute Flash Powder for Black Powder or vice-versa. If you were to use Flash Powder to launch a shell out of a tube, or a bullet out of a gun, it would barely move the shell or bullet, and completely destroy the mortar or gun, most probably killing the operator.

You will need 3 chemicals to make Black Powder, they are: Potassium Nitrate, Sulfur and Charcoal. Stay away from very low grade materials like "Dusting Sulfur" and Bar-B-Que Charcoal Briquettes. The Charcoal you use in a BBQ (Bar-B-Que Charcoal Briquettes) is not pure Charcoal. It contains other materials and chemicals that are designed to keep the material burning evenly and for a long time, but it will make very poor Black Powder. If you use low quality chemicals, it will yield a low quality or non functional Black Powder. The sale of common oxidizers (like Potassium Nitrate) are being increasingly regulated by the U.S. Government and they are becoming very difficult to find. Many customers report that they have used 'Tree Stump Remover', which apparently is almost pure Potassium Nitrate... and is available in most hardware or garden supply stores. The following is the standard formula for Black Powder:

Open the lid to your Ball Mill and add the following: 150 grams of Potassium Nitrate, 30 grams of Charcoal Powder, and 20 grams of Sulfur ( if your lead balls are not already in the tumbling barrel, go ahead and put them in now ). Remember that ONLY lead balls can be used because they are completely non-sparking. When complete, this will make 200 grams of Black Powder ( a little under 1/2 pound ). You can make larger or smaller batches, just keep the percentages of all the chemicals the same. You MUST use an accurate scale to weigh your chemicals, preferably one that is accurate to 1/10th of a gram. If you do not have access to an accurate scale, you can find some for sale on our site here.

With all 3 chemicals and the lead balls inside, put the lid on the tumbling barrel and seal it, then set it in the Mill. Turn on your Ball Mill and let it rotate for 2 to 4 hours. As the Ball Mill rotates, the lead balls will crush the chemicals together and reduce them into a super fine powder. The longer you let it grind, the stronger your Black Powder will be. Let the Ball Mill do its grinding in an uninhabited area, not in a place like your bedroom. Although the chance of accidental ignition is very remote, it is wise to put your mill in the garage, or better yet, outside to do its work.

At the end of a couple of hours stop the mill. Lay out a sheet of paper ( newspaper will work fine ). Open the lid to the barrel, and dump the entire contents ( lead balls and all ) into a spaghetti strainer over your sheet of paper. The strainer will catch the lead balls and with a little shaking, all the Black Powder will filter through onto your paper sheet. When Black Powder is in a fine "dust-like" state like this, it is called "Meal Powder". The Meal Powder you just made can now be used as-is in a variety of formulas and projects. By adding a little water and Dextrin to it, you can easily make Black Match Fuse or Quickmatch.

There are some applications where very fine Black Powder ( Meal Powder ) will not work well. If you're going to use your Black Powder to launch shells out of a mortar, or for small cannons, it will have to be granulated first. Black Powder that is granulated and used for launching shells and salutes is called "Lifting Powder". The procedure for making lifting powder is easy, but it sometimes takes a few tries to get it perfect. Basically all we're going to do is to add a little of a water soluble glue ( Dextrin ) to the Meal Powder, mix it well, get it a little damp, and push it through the spaghetti strainer again. This will produce small granules of Black Powder perfect for launching shells or anything else. The whole trick to this is not to get the mixture too wet, or it will become gooey and just turn into a big mess.

To convert your Meal Powder into Lifting Powder, take 100 grams of Meal Powder and mix in 10 grams of dextrin. A good way to mix them is to put the mixture in a plastic container with a snap-on lid and shake well. Pour the powder through the spaghetti strainer again, this will break up any lumps in the dextrin. Now place the Meal Powder/Dextrin mix back in your plastic container and add just a little water. This is where experience really pays off. The idea here it to get the mixture damp and not wet. What can be deceiving is that you're adding water to a very fine powder, so it's going to take several minutes of mixing just to get the powder to begin to absorb any water at all. Add just a little water at a time, mixing thoroughly. As the powder begins to take in water, it will turn a bit darker in color. You want the mixture to be damp enough to where if you take a handful of it and squeeze it tightly, it will just begin stick together. You do not want to get it too wet. If you do, it will not go through the spaghetti strainer and will just clump up on the bottom, or not go through the holes at all. If disaster strikes and you have added too much water, you can always just add some plain Meal Powder to the mix to dry it out. Just FYI, adding the water also increases the strength of the Black Powder by allowing some of the Potassium Nitrate to dissolve and be absorbed into the pores of the charcoal particles.

Once the mixture is damp, lay out another sheet of newspaper and dump the mixture into the spaghetti strainer. Using a wooden or plastic spoon ( or your hands if you don't mind getting messy ), rub the mixture through the screen allowing the granules to fall onto the newspaper below. The Lift Powder you're making will have to dry for a few days before it can be used, so make sure to spread it around on the newspaper so it will dry more quickly.

If your mixture isn't all going through the screen, or is sticking on the bottom, chances are it's too wet. Take the mixture out of the strainer and mix in some plain dry Meal Powder and try again. If the mixture is going through easily, but isn't really making granules, it might be a bit too dry. Take the mixture out of the strainer and add a small amount of water, mix well and try again.

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The portable CMS Tabletop Lab System, ideal for batch testing and product development, has the particle size reduction and classifying capabilities of the CMS production level Air Swept Classifier Mills.

Prioritizing the productivity and value of the dollar, CMS provides processing equipment to meet the milling requirements of the food industry. For nearly 30 years, CMS has equipped sugar, grain, spice and flour producers globally.

CMS has a proud history of providing milling systems and process solutions to the industrial minerals sector, including innovative and commercially viable technologies for recoveries of formerly considered waste-metals and coal.

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Quantity Add to Quote request Quick View [yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist] Quick View Crushers, Pulverizers, Grinders Laboratory Disc Pulverizer Pulverisette 13 $1.00 Laboratory Disc Pulverizer Pulverisette 13 $1.00 The Laboratory Disc Pulverizer Pulverisette 13 is designed for batch or continuous fine grinding of hard-brittle to medium-hard solids. Quantity Add to Quote request Quick View [yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist] Quick View Crushers, Pulverizers, Grinders Laboratory Cutting Mill Pulverisette 15 $1.00 Laboratory Cutting Mill Pulverisette 15 $1.00 This Laboratory Cutting Mill is recommended for size reduction of dry sample material with soft to medium-hard consistency, for fibrous materials or cellulose materials. Quantity Add to Quote request Quick View

The High Energy Planetary Ball Mill Pulverisette 5 PREMIUM with 2 working stations is the ideal mill for fast, wet or dry, grinding of larger sample quantities down to the nanometer range, with the highest safety standards.

The Ring & Puck Mill Pulverisette 9 is designed for extremely fast pulverizing (speed up to 1500 rpm) of hard, brittle and fibrous laboratory samples, dry or in suspension, down to analytical fineness.

The Planetary Mono Mill Pulverisette 6 is recommended for extremely rapid, batch grinding of hard to soft material, dry or in suspension, down to colloidal fineness. It is also an ideal laboratory instrument for mixing and homogenising of emulsions.

The Planetary Micro Mill Pulverisette 7 is designed for uniform, and extremely fine size reduction of very small samples of hard to soft material, dry or in suspension, down to colloidal fineness. Also designed for mixing and homogenising of emulsions or pastes.

The Planetary Ball Mill Pulverisette 5 allows fast and very fine grinding of hard to soft material, dry or in suspension, down to colloidal fineness. It can also be used for mixing and homogenising of emulsions and pastes. Grinding capacity of up to 8 samples per operation.

The Vario Planetary Mill Pulverisette 4 is ideal for mechanical activation and alloying.It offers thefreedom toprogramall grinding parametersthroughPC software to achieve the desired effect on the sample.

The Automatic Mortar Grinder Pulverisette 2 is ideal for universal grinding of medium-hard-brittle to soft-brittle materials (dry or in suspension) to analytical fineness, as well as for formulation and homogenisation of pastes and creams at laboratory scale.