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Product Details

The KEK Cone Mill provides a feature rich conical milling solution.

 

Cone milling is a low energy size reduction process ideal for fatty, heat sensitive, sticky, moist or otherwise difficult to grind products.

 

The conical milling screen and beater combination helps to alleviate the noise, dust and heat problems associated with more traditional milling techniques.

 

Material to be processed is fed into the milling chamber where the rotating beater forces it into a spiral vortex against a conical shaped perforated screen. The cone can be perforated in many ways, each producing different grinding characteristics or improving difficult milling applications.

 

Although Process Components Ltd offer a comprehensive range of standard Cone Mill designs, each model in the range can be customised to suit each customers' individual requirements.

 

User Benefits

 

High Efficiency - Virtually all the energy input is utilised in the size reduction process

 

Gentle Grinding Action - Permits uniform size distribution, resulting in the minimum of fines

 

Low Heat Generation - essential when milling fatty, sticky or heat sensitive products

 

Low Dust Levels - no need for air filtration helping to keep installation costs to a minimum

 

Low Noise - no costly acoustic protection; mobile units can be used in almost any plant location

 

Flexibility - Free standing mobile or skid mounted units are readily available, otherwise both standard and bespoke solutions can be integrated into larger systems.

 

Drive Options

 

Due to its size the CM75 is only available as a top-driven, direct drive package. However, larger mills, CM170 and above, can be supplied with a variety of both under and over driven options.

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