Ball Mill Machine

Labtron Ball Mill Machines are compact and portable grinding equipment that can handle a wide range of materials and particle sizes. We have customizable speed ranges and can operate in both dry and wet milling modes. These mills are built for longevity, have safety features, and operate quietly. Our Ball Mill Machines are simple to use and enable exact modification of milling parameters, resulting in accurate and consistent results.

Ball Mill Machine : Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A10

Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A10

Speed Range : 70 to 80 rpm

Pot and Step : Single pot

Roller Size : Φ 60 × 300 mm

Mill Method : Roll milling type method

Ball Mill Machine : Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A11
Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A11

Speed Range : 70 to 80 rpm

Pot and Step : Single pot

Roller Size : Φ 60 × 300 mm

Mill Method : Roll milling type method

Ball Mill Machine : Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A20
Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A20

Speed Range : 60 to 570 ± 10 rpm (adjustable)

Roller Size : Φ 25 × 260 mm

Mill Mode : Dry and Wet Milling

Material Capacity : Material + Mill Balls ˂ 2/3 volume

Ball Mill Machine : Benchtop Ball mill LBBM-A30

Benchtop Ball mill LBBM-A30

Speed Range : 70 to 580 rpm

Maximum Capacity : 3.96 L/batch

Output Granularity Size : Minimum 0.1 µm

Volume : 12 L

Ball Mill Machine : Vertical Planetary Ball Mill LPBM-A10

Vertical Planetary Ball Mill LPBM-A10

Jar Capacity : 500ml

Rotational Speed : 70 to 670 r/min (adjustable)

Revolution: Rotation : 1:2

Material Capacity : < 2/3 volume


Ball Mill Machine FAQ's
  • A ball mill, sometimes called a tumbling or pebble mill, is a type of milling apparatus where a metallic frame with balls mounted inside rotates along a horizontal axis by minimizing blank areas, it is utilized for grounding materials into fine products.

  • Impact and Attrition are the foundation of a ball mill's operation. The mill's size decrease is a result of both impact and attrition. The impact is the force applied by the fast-moving balls, whereas attrition is the result of the components shrinking as they come into contact with the massive balls.

  • The rotational speed at which a ball mill must run to accomplish the desired grinding is known as the critical speed. The encased balls will stay stationary at the bottom of the ball mill and will not affect the materials being ground if it is unable to attain their critical speed.

  • The following variables impact a ball mill's capacity to grind: rotational speed, the kind, and dimensions of the grinding media, the material to be ground's size along with its type, the mill's filling ratio, or the portion of the mill capacity occupied by grinding media.

  • The design of our ball mill equipment facilitates simple maintenance and operation. Even for untrained users, they are simple to use due to their simple layouts and controls. Our machines also require less maintenance because they are constructed with robust materials and parts.

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Benchtop Ball Mill : Labtron Benchtop Ball Mill Machine offers effective grinding solutions for variable materials and particle sizes. We ensure precise adjustment of milling parameters with dependable results. These are designed to maintain low noise with safety provisions. They are constructed with durable steel plates and a powder-coated finish that guarantees longevity and protection. Our Benchtop Ball Mill Machines are compact, portable and easy to operate.
Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A10, Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A11, Benchtop Ball Mill LBBM-A20, Benchtop Ball mill LBBM-A30, and more.

Planetary Ball Mill :
Vertical Planetary Ball Mill LPBM-A10, and more.

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