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The difference between Horizontal lab sand mill and traditional industrial sander

- Oct 22, 2018 -

The Horizontal lab sand mill is a kind of grinding equipment compared to the industrial production sander type, and its working principle is the same as that of the industrial production sander. By passing the material through a grinding chamber with a rotor, the grinding chamber is filled with a certain amount of grinding medium, and the material is collided, squeezed, stirred and mixed with the grinding medium inside through the rotating rotor to achieve slurry pulverization and refining effect. a kind of grinding equipment.


Compared with the industrial production sand mill, the Horizontal lab sand mill has the characteristics of small volume, compact structure, small power, light movement, convenient assembly and disassembly, relatively small output, low noise and low price. The biggest difference from the industrial production sander is the volume of the grinding chamber. The volume of the grinding chamber of the laboratory sander is as small as 0.1L, up to 10L and 15L.


The type ofHorizontal lab sand mill is similar to the traditional industrial production sander. According to the installation structure, it is divided into vertical and horizontal types. According to the internal rotor structure of the grinding chamber, it is divided into vane type, rod type and turbine type. Turbine rod type, etc.; according to the internal material of the grinding chamber, there are alloy steel type, tungsten steel type, ceramic type, hard material type, etc.; according to the minimum fineness of grinding: nano type, non-nano type, etc.


Since the output of laboratory sand mills is smaller than that of industrial sand mills, such equipment is generally used in institutions with a small number of grinding applications, such as universities, chemical, electronics, pharmaceuticals, paints, paints, inks and other related industries. Laboratory, research institute, etc.