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02.04.2018 High-capacity cone mill for sticky, moist or fragile materials

The US headquarters of Kason has launched the model CGM 750, a 750mm diameter cone mill which is capable of gently grinding fatty, heat-sensitive, sticky, moist or fragile materials into uniform particle sizes with minimal fines at rates up to 32t/h. Vertical material flow and low-energy grinding action with short residence times ensure close particle size distribution from 125 to 250 microns, without the noise, dust, product build-up or heat generation associated with traditional mills.  
Well suited for bulk pharmaceuticals, foods and contamination-sensitive chemicals, the sanitary unit is suitable for wet and dry milling, pre-conditioning and de-agglomerating of a wide range of bulk products. Material is fed by gravity or vacuum conveying system into a central milling chamber in which a rotating impeller accelerates it centrifugally against and through apertures in a conical screen, and then into a receptacle below the milling chamber.  
A pneumatic, swing-down conical discharge chute with quick-release clamps allows easy lowering of the 114kg cone housing and full access to the housing interior, beater and perforated conical screen for cleaning and sanitising.  The unit can be cleaned wet or dry, and is available configured for CIP, SIP or filling with liquid during cleaning.  Provision is included for optional air purging of bearings and seals. Kason Corporation, Europe in located in Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
Twin pneumatic cartridges on the CGM 750 allow easy access and swing-down of the conical discharge chute with quick-release clamps and safety switch 

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