Press Release Summary:
MKO 2000 Cone Mill(TM) deagglomerates hard to mill materials such as crystals and pigments. Conical rotor and stator of mixing tool uses spiral-shaped teeth for pre-milling and coarse surface coating for fine milling. Combination provides grinding action of stone mill with fluid dispersing capabilities of colloid mill. Mill eliminates need for multiple passes and expensive preprocessing. Cone Mill is 3A compliant and ranges from lab size to full size production models.
Original Press Release:
IKA®'s MKO 2000 Cone Mill(TM) Provides the Finest Available Particle Size Reduction
Wilmington, NC - The new MKO 2000 Cone Mill(TM) from IKA deagglomerates hard to mill materials such as crystals and pigments. The unique conical design of the rotor and stator combine with special abrasive coatings to exceed the wet milling and grinding capabilities of typical colloid mills.
The Cone Mill is ideally suited for applications including the processing of quartz, carbon black, color pigments, polymers, coatings, pharmaceutical agents, ion exchange resins and mustard seeds for the production of fine mustards.
The conical rotor and stator of the mixing tool use spiral-shaped teeth for pre-milling and a coarse surface coating for fine milling. This unique combination provides the "grinding" action of a stone mill with the fluid dispersing capabilities of a colloid mill. The results are superior to both, including better distribution and finer particle size.
The Cone Mill effectively eliminates the need for multiple passes and expensive preprocessing incurred when processing hard materials, and significantly reduces manufacturing costs. IKA's signature upright, modular design and heavy-duty construction also reduce maintenance costs.
Another unique feature of the Cone Mill is its flexibility. Since the rotor and stator are both conical, and separated by an adjustable gap, the amount of milling action can be set according to the requirements of the application. The IKA Cone Mill is 3A compliant and is available in sizes ranging from lab size to full size production models.
Established in 1910, with worldwide manufacturing and support facilities, IKA Works has continually grown to serve and increasing demand for mixing capabilities. IKA manufactures in-line and batch mixers, as well as mill products with unique applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical, petroleum, and food industries.
For more information contact IKA Works at 800-733-3037; Fax: 910-452-7693; visit our website at www.ikausa.com, or E-mail IKA at firstname.lastname@example.org.