Considering the advantages of recirculation grinding like reproducibility of quality and easy automation customers are obliged to run on mills that provide sufficient flow stability in order to achieve proper recirculation conditions. To this day these high flow stabilities could only be achieved on high price mills with a special grinding chamber design based on a high relation of diameter against length.
With the new Discus Intensive NETZSCH did now develop a disc type mill that can be operated in pass as well as in recirculation operation – giving full flexibility in combination with attractive investment costs. The Intense Rotor design in combination with the ceramic liner is definitely at the cutting edge of technology and provides highest production capacities at low working temperatures.
In this approx. 30 minute webinar, Alex Lauke and Adem Atmaca will present process optimizations in the production of liquid printing inks on agitator bead mills.
Here, some important basics of wet grinding technology are briefly explained, such as the special features of circular and passage operation and the influence of grinding media type and grinding media size. Subsequently, two different types of mills are presented and process data from production are shown and discussed. The seminar is suitable for beginners as well as for advanced users.
In this approx. 45 minute webinar, Xabier Zaldua, Global Product Manager for Digiital Inks Processing in NETZSCH Grinding & Dispersing, will present process optimizations in the production of Digital inks on agitator bead mills.
We will analyze which are the most relevant factors to achieve efficient and flexible processing of Textile Inkjet, Packaging Inkjet, Ceramic Inkjet, Industrial Inkejt and Additive Manufacturing, focused this time in the wet grinding step.
We will present one of the most proven technological innovations from NETZSCH, focusing on "Fine Dispersion + Wet Grinding". You will discover that System Neos represent a significant qualitative and quantitative leap compared to current production systems on the market.