The use of laboratory planetary ball mills

- Apr 23, 2018-

First, the use of planetary ball mill:

Planetary ball mill is an essential device for mixing, fine grinding, sample preparation, new product development, and high-volume production of high-tech materials. Our planetary ball mill is small, full-featured, high-efficiency and low-noise. It is the ideal equipment for scientific research institutes, universities, and corporate laboratories to obtain research samples (four samples can be obtained at a time for each experiment). Ball mill tanks can grind samples under vacuum.

Planetary ball mill is widely used in geology, minerals, metallurgy, electronics, building materials, ceramics, chemicals, light industry, medicine, environmental protection and other sectors, applicable to electronic ceramics, structural ceramics, magnetic materials, lithium cobalt oxide, lithium manganese oxide, catalysts, Phosphors, long afterglow phosphors, rare earth polishing powders, electronic glass powders, fuel cells, zinc oxide varistors, piezoelectric ceramics, nanomaterials, wafer ceramic capacitors, MLCC, thermistors (PTC, NTC), ZnO Sensitive resistance, dielectric ceramics, alumina ceramics, zirconia ceramics, phosphors, zinc oxide powders, cobalt oxide powders, Ni-Zn ferrites, Mn-Zn ferrites and other products. . . . . .

Second, the principle of planetary ball mill:

The planetary ball mill is equipped with four ball mill jars on a turntable. When the turntable rotates, the ball mill jar rotates with the turntable. At the same time, the ball mill jar moves the planetary motion with the central axis under the drive of the gears. The grinding ball in the tank moves at a high speed. Doing irregular movements in the middle produces impact, shear, and grinding forces for the purpose of grinding and mixing the sample. Planetary ball mill can use dry and wet methods to crush and mix different particle sizes. The products with different materials have high efficiency and high efficiency. The minimum particle size of grinding products can reach 0.1 micron (1.0×10-4mm) or even nanometer.