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Disc mill Material Testing

Disc mill

Product Code:DM200 from Retsch

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Due to its solid construction, Disc Mill DM 200 is used in laboratories and pilot plants in harsh working conditions, or installed in production lines for quality assurance of raw materials. This very powerful mill reaches the desired final fineness in minutes.

Application Example
samples of dry soil, concrete, bauxite, sewage sludge, sintered ceramics, dental ceramics, drill core, fireclay, coal, clinker, coke, chalk, construction waste, ferro alloys, granite, hydroxyapatite, minerals, gypsum, china Electrical, quartz, slags, soils, soapstone, glass, ...


Avan s tage Product
  • high degree of grinding
  • reproducible grinding results thanks to precise adjustment of the gap width
  • easy to clean with a very good access to the grinding chamber
  • long life grinding discs
  • wide range of materials for grinding to a neutral analysis
  • connection for dust extraction
  • can be combined with Jaw Crusher BB 200


Application pre-crushing and fine crushing
Scope chemicals / plastics, geology / metallurgy, engineering / electronics, building materials, glass / ceramics
Feed material medium-hard, hard, brittle
Grinding principle pressure, friction
Size * <20 mm
Final fineness * <100 microns
Rotational speed at 50 Hz (60 Hz) 440 min -1 (528 min -1)
Material of grinding tools zirconium oxide, hardened steel, tungsten carbide, manganese steel
Adjusting the grinding gap continuously, from 0.1 to 5 mm
Collecting container 2.5 l
Training AC gearmotor
Drive power 1.5 kW
Given power different voltages
Power Connection single phase / three phase
Protection rating IP 55
W x H x D closed 440 x 400 x 870 mm
Net weight ~ 140 kg
Standards EC
* Depends on the sample and instrument configuration / settings


Operating principle
In DM 200 supplied from the product in the sealed compartment to the grinding dust through the filling hopper and is conducted to the center of two milling discs arranged vertically. A movable grinding disc rotates against a stationary disk and enters the product to be ground. The compression force and the shearing stress cause the desired grinding effect. The gradual provision of teeth grinding disk are initially a first product breakage and transported by centrifugal forces to the outer area of ​​the discs where fine grinding takes place. The ground product out of the grinding gap and is collected in a collecting container. The width of the gap between the grinding discs is continuously adjustable. It can be adjusted from 0.1 mm to 30 mm during operation with a scale and is controlled by an additional window.

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