High Energy Ball Mill Emax

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The Emax is an entirely new type of ball mill for high energy milling. The unique combination of high friction and impact results in extremely fine particles within the shortest amount of time.

The high energy input is a result of an unrivaled speed of 2000 min-1 and the optimized jar design. Thanks to the revolutionary cooling system with water, the high energy input is effectively used for the grinding process without overheating the sample. Due to the special grinding jar geometry, the sample is thoroughly mixed which results in a narrow particle size distribution.

Unlike other high energy ball mills, the Emax is capable of continuous grinding operation without interruptions for cooling down. This dramatically reduces the grinding time. The high energy input in combination with the unique cooling system provides perfect conditions for effective mechanical alloying or grinding down to the nanometer range.

A wealth of safety features such as the integrated safety closure of the grinding jar, temperature control with automatic start/stop system, and integrated imbalance controls make operation of the bench-top mill Emax very user-friendly.

Application Examples

alloys, bones, carbon fibres, catalysts, cellulose, cement clinker, ceramics, chemical products, clay minerals, coal, coke, concrete, fibres, glass, gypsum, iron ore, kaolin, limestone, metal oxides, minerals, ores, paper, pigments, plant materials, polymers, quartz, semi-precious stones, sewage sludge, slag, soils, tea, tobacco, waste samples, wood, ... continue to application database

Product Advantages

  • faster and finer grinding than any other ball mills
  • speed of 2000 min-1 allow for ultra-fast pulverization of the sample
  • water cooling permits continuous operation without cool down breaks
  • temperature-controlled grinding
  • narrow particle size distribution thanks to special jar design which improves mixing of the sample
  • patented drive concept
  • easy operation via touch screen, 10 SOPs storable
  • operation with 2 grinding jars
  • easy installation of grinding jars
  • jars with integrated safety closure
  • range of jar materials allow for contamination free grinding

Features

Applications nano grinding, size reduction, homogenizing, mechanical alloying, colloidal milling, high energy comminution
Field of application agriculture, biology, Chemistry, construction materials, engineering / electronics, environment / recycling, geology / metallurgy, glass / ceramics, medicine / pharmaceuticals
Feed material medium-hard, hard, brittle, fibrous - dry or wet
Size reduction principle impact, friction
Material feed size* < 5 mm
Final fineness* < 80 nm
Batch size / feed quantity* max. 2 x 45 ml
Speed at 50 Hz (60 Hz) 300 - 2000 min-1
Cooling controlled integrated water cooling / option: external chiller
Temperature control yes (min and max temperature may be defined)
No. of grinding stations 2
Type of grinding jars with integrated safety closure devices
Material of grinding tools stainless steel, tungsten carbide, zirconium oxide
Grinding jar sizes 50 ml / 125 ml
Setting of grinding time 00:01:00 to 99:59:59
Interval operation yes, with optional direction reversal
Interval time 00:01:00 to 99:59:59
Pause time 00:01:00 to 99:59:59
Storable SOPs 10
Interface USB / LAN ( RJ45)
Drive 3-phase asynchronous motor with frequency converter
Drive power 2600 W
Electrical supply data different voltages
Power connection 1-phase
Protection code IP 30
Power consumption ~ 3100W (VA)
W x H x D closed 625 x 525 x 645 mm
Net weight ~ 120 kg
Standards CE
Patent / Utility patent Inclined Grinding bowls (US 8,042,754 B2)

Please note:
*depending on feed material and instrument configuration/settings

Function Principle

The novel size reduction mechanism of the Emax unites the advantages of different mill types: high-frequency impact (mixer mill), intensive friction (vibratory disc mill) and controlled circular jar movements (planetary ball mill) allow for unrivaled grinding performance. This unique combination is generated by the oval shape and the movement of the grinding jars. The grinding jar supports are mounted on two discs respectively which turn in the same direction. As a result, the jars move on a circular course without changing their orientation.

The interplay of jar geometry and movement causes strong friction between grinding balls, sample material and jar walls as well as a rapid acceleration which lets the balls impact with great force on the sample at the rounded ends of the jars. This significantly improves the mixing of the particles resulting in smaller grind sizes and a narrower particle size distribution than has been possible to achieve in ball mills so far.

Subject to technical modifications and errors