Grinding System Macro - NETZSCH Измельчение и Диспергирование

Grinding System Macro

The Macro grinding system represents the logical advancement of the John System annular chamber mill with the centrifugal force separation device. The new peg system is designed for high power input in single and multi-pass operation. The grinding system has an intensive cooling system for the grinding chamber and agitator shaft, making the grinding system Macro the ideal machine for moderate to high viscosity products, such as UV systems, at low processing temperatures.


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The next Generation in Wet Grinding - NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH has now developed the new Alpha® modular machine platform. Compared to earlier-generation machines, this series is designed such that different grinding systems can be mounted on the same base platform as appropriate for a defined drive capacity.


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