Lab grinding mills pulverize, grind, and chop samples for routine lab analysis.
Select mills based on the type of sample you are working with, the sample capacity and the desired particle size.
Types of mills
Ring and puck
These use multiple grinding surfaces usually as opposing plates that move in opposite directions with a disc or puck moving and grinding materials on a plane.
Impact mills have a moving impactor that pulverizes a sample through repetitive motions
Ball or ball-medium
The ball mills grind through impact of a grinding media such as balls, rods, etc.
Vibratory or shaker
These mills use high speed vibrations and grinding media to combine multiple grinding forces to reduce materials to fine powders. These mills can include grinding forces and media like balls, beads and grinding media.
Combination mills use multiple techniques and forces such as combination of ball media with vibratory and shaking motions
Spex branded grinding mills
Shatterbox® – Ring and puck mill used for rapidly pulverizing brittle materials such as cement, slag, ores, and ceramics.
Freezer/Mill® – uniquely designed to cryogenically grind samples normally considered difficult or impossible to pulverize at ambient temperatures.
Mixer/Mill® – a high-energy ball mill for pulverizing brittle materials, mixing powders and emulsions, mechanical alloying and nanomilling.
Geno/Grinder® – used for high-throughput cell disruption and tissue homogenization.
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