Ever wonder how a fine grinder operates and what makes it work so well? Particle reduction and sizing is essential in many processes and knowing fine grinder internal workings and components can be key to your success and the long term reliability of your grinding process. Prater Industries graciously produces one of the best videos that illustrates and discusses the importance of the fine grinder internal workings and components. We suggest you check it out and also review our web pages that discuss grinding process control and mill monitoring to ensure long term reliability and safety.
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Prater Fine Grinders (M Series Mills) are specially designed and built to grind free-flowing materials as fine as 400 mesh (37 microns) and produce uniform, narrow particle size distributions. The Prater highly efficient design permits ease of access to all internal components: one bolt allows for quick removal of the rotor. Prater Fine Grinding Mills come in six standard sizes, ranging from the 3 HP M-19 pilot-scale lab mill to the 300 HP M-101 model. All Prater Fine Grinders are designed with standard safety features, including a trapped key door safety interlock system that prevents unintended access to internal rotating parts during operation. Prater Fine Grinders are designed and precision-built for maximum operational efficiency and years of trouble-free operation.
Sterling Systems & Controls is a UL Listed control panel manufacturer and can supply the required electrical controls and drives, as well as control automation, to run any of the Prater Industries fine grinders, classifiers and other equipment.
Give us a call today to talk about your business and process objectives and see how Sterling Systems & Controls can provide a custom engineered solution. You can reach us by phone at 1-815-625-0852, toll-free in the USA 1-800-257-7214, or by email at email@example.com.