Different products and applications also require different grinding techniques on a laboratory scale. Simple grinding tool changes make this small laboratory mill the right one for the job!
The Condux® 60 is a high speed impact mill that can be used to dry grind a wide variety of products and finenesses.
The diverse selection of grinding tools allows the mill to be used "universally" depending on the application and area of operation. This of course also applies later on, when circumstances such as product characteristics or requirements have changed, the grinding tools can be changed as well.
The Universal Mill can be used as a pin mill, blast mill or wing beater mill.
- Finenesses from d99 30 µm to d99 800 µm
- Rotor impact mill with exchangeable grinding tools for the grinding of soft to medium hard materials (Mohs 3 – 3.5)
- Grinding takes place in a vertical Rotor/Stator-System in numerous variations:
- Wing Beater Mill
- Blast Mill
- Pin Mill (single rotating)
- One-piece machine housing with screwed on inlet cover for very good access as well as fast, easy cleaning and maintenance
- Fineness set by adjustment of the rotational speed and tool selection
- Suitable for small batches
- Compact design
- Fast and easy modification of the mill
- Simple, inexpensive machine construction, numerous tool variations
Sugar is a versatile raw material used to manufacture chocolate, jams, ice cream, beverages or bakery products such as cookies. For many applications, sugar is finely ground to increase the rate of solubility or simply for the decoration of tasty desserts.
Condux® fine impact mills can be used for a wide range of applications. Equipped with various grinding tools and stators, optimum adaptations to different processes are guaranteed, also for pressure-shock-proof, inert gas and cryogenic grinding plants.
Ultra-fine Grinding and Ultra-fine Classifying on a Laboratory Scale
Whether used for the fine icing on cakes and cookies, in the production of confectionery and drinks, or for the visual rounding off of delicious desserts, in our latitude we cannot imagine a life without white sugar crystals for the sweetening of foodstuffs. Apart from the "coarse" crystal sugar or refined sugar which is mainly used, the considerably finer form of sugar, icing sugar, is required for many applications in the household and in industry. The manufacture of this fine sugar is carried out by mechanically milling sugar crystals on modern impact mills.