Ceramic Pigments

Many decorative paints and glazes are used to refine the surface of ceramic products such as earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. In addition to frits, the basic components of the paints and glazes are primarily special pigments. 

These ceramic paints are usually inorganic compounds, mostly oxides, silicates, aluminates and metal borates. One can distinguish between underglaze colors, inglaze colors (as in-glaze and high-fire paint), and onglaze colors (enamel, enamel paint). Common ceramic colors are chrome green, cobalt blue, iron red, vanadium-zircon stains and zinc paint. 
In contrast to the crystalline, porous base material, this type of surface decoration produces a glass-like, cohesive surface layer. 
Ceramic pigments are usually finely ground in alcohol as the solvent in order to prevent oxidation and, with it, a reduction in quality. This places high demands on the design of the machines and the materials used to build them.


Wet Grinding

Wet Grinding

Products & Solutions in the field of Wet Grinding

Grinding System Discus Intensive

Our company represents competence in grinding technology, and the ability to meet demanding customer requirements. With the introduction of the new disc geometry TetraNex®/TetraNex®+, a significant increase in the efficiency of the grinding system was achieved. Now the grinding system has been modified again. In this long history - marked by ideas and patents - a new milestone has been set with the Discus Intensive Rotor.

Grinding System Neos

The agitator cooling with the newly-developed Neos grinding system stands for maximum performance, product quality and efficiency. Coupled with the reliable use of extremely small grinding media, you can achieve your required product quality with high production output and low specific energy consumption.

Grinding System Zeta® - formerly LMZ

The Zeta® grinding system is, in every respect, a user friendly, low-maintenance and very reliable grinding system.

Laboratory agitator bead mill LabStar

The multi-functional laboratory mill LabStar enables scientific academic work even at difficult research and development tasks and convinces by easy handling. The laboratory mill LabStar is the smallest grinding unit of NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH that enables an exact scale-up to comparable production machines.

Nano mill Zeta® RS

Specially designed for grinding and dispersing to the nanometer range. This new development combines easy handling and revolutionary machine technology with ergonomic design.

MiniSeries / MicroSeries - Laboratory Mills for Product Development of Smallest Batches

The compact, universally applicable laboratory circulation mills of the MiniSeries impress with their easy handling when processing very small quantities from 0.25 to 0.5 l up to particle sizes in the nanometer range. It is possible to conduct many tests with low loss of product and significant results within a short period of time.

Finest wet grinding technology – the laboratory mills of the MicroSeries are an investment in the future for new product developments of different fields of application of pigmented ink jets, technical ceramics, cosmetics, pharmaceutical applications and nano-scale high-tech products.


Dry Grinding

Dry Grinding

Products & Solutions in the field of Dry Grinding

s-Jet® Steam Jet Mill

The s-Jet® System (patent pending) is a new innovation in a line of consistent developments being made in the area of air jet milling. Final finenesses in the submicron range (example: d50 0.2 µm) can now be achieved with fluidized bed jet mills. As opposed to conventional dry grinding processes with fluidized bed jet mills, the s-Jet® System uses superheated steam as its milling gas.

CGS Fluidized Bed Jet Mill

The combination of an air jet mill and a dynamic air classifier represent fine dry grinding in perfection. The highest of final finenesses with an exact maximum particle size limitation become reproducible. The development of the new e-Jet® and s-Jet® grinding methods constantly yields new, interesting areas of application, both economically and technically. Applicable for finenesses from 1 to 70 µm (d97).

Machine sizes available for grinding air volumes from approx. 50 to 12,000 Nm³/h.

ConJet® High-Density Bed Jet Mill

The ConJet® high-density bed jet mill is a spiral jet mill combined with a patented dynamic air classifier. This classifier enables the ConJet® to achieve highest finenesses independent of the product load, and therefore also highest throughput rates. Applicable for finenesses from 2.5 to 70 µm (d97).

Machine sizes available for grinding air volumes from approx. 50 to 2,400 Nm³/h.

s-Jet® 25 Laboratory-Scale-Steam Jet Mill

The s-Jet® System (patent pending) is a new innovation in a line of consistent developments being made in the area of air jet milling. Final finenesses in the submicron range (example: d50 0.2 µm) can now be achieved with fluidized bed jet mills. As opposed to conventional dry grinding processes with fluidized bed jet mills, the s-Jet® System uses superheated steam as its milling gas.

CGS 10 and CGS 16 Fluidized Bed Jet Mills

The smallest jet mills for virtually contamination-free fine grinding with an integrated classifier wheel – highest finenesses also achievable with the hardest of products.

For finenesses from 2.5 to 70 µm (d97).

Machine sizes with grinding air capacities of approximately 35 to 125 Nm³/h.

ConJet® 10 and ConJet® 16 High-Density Bed Jet Mills

A new interpretation of the spiral jet mill – with grinding finenesses adjusted by an integrated air classifier – for even steeper particle size distributions.

For finenesses from 2.5 to 70 µm (d97).

Machine sizes with grinding air capacities of approximately 35 to 125 Nm³/h.

LabPilotPlant

Truly a flexible laboratory system – with reproducible results – variable for ultra-fine grinding and classifying – for laboratory operations or the continuous production of small batches!


Mixing and De-Aerating

Mixing and De-Aerating

Products & Solutions in the field of Mixing and De-Aerating

MasterMix® Dissolver

The NETZSCH MasterMix® dissolvers are fast, high-powered dispersing units for simple mixing tasks. They can easily process products with viscosities up to 100 Pa·s from a broad range of applications.


Classifying

Classifying

Products & Solutions in the field of Classifying

Bora - Air turbo classifiers

Bora air turbo classifiers have been developed specially for ultra-fine products with high added value.

CFS/HD-S High-efficiency Fine Classifier

The requirements of many product applications such as improved separation sharpness and finer cut points, are no problem for the CFS/HD-S range of High-efficiency Fine Classifiers.

Thanks to the maximum predispersion of the product to be classified, the targeted cut point and sharpness of cut can be optimized distinctly.

Available for finenesses from 2.5 to 60 µm (d97).

Machine sizes available for gas volume from approximately 50 to 16.000 Nm³/h.

InlineStar High-performance Fine Classifier

This newest fine classifier was conceived to combine with an upstream mill. The direct integration of the InlineStar classifier behind a mill creates a continuous grinding/classifying plant that reduces the number of required plant components.

Available for separation limits from 2.5 to 60 µm (d97).

Machine sizes available for gas volume from approximately 350 to 2.600 Nm³/h.

CFS 5 and CFS 8 Fine Classifiers

Efficient separation of grain sizes and effective results for both coarse material and fine material separation.

For separation limits from 10 to 250 µm (d97).

Machine sizes with gas volume of approximately 25 to 145 Nm³/h.

CFS 5 HD-S and CFS 8 HD-S High-efficiency Fine Classifiers

The smallest for the finest – exact separation results for superfine powder through best possible product classification with the sharpest separation and maximum gains.

For separation limits from 2.5 to 60 µm (d97).

Machine sizes with gas volume of approximately 25 to 145 Nm³/h.