The whole process of size reduction is done using advanced milling systems. There are different grinding machines that reduce the size of the particles to various grades in accordance with customer’s needs. Fine grind cannot be produced just by any machine. Some will produce large particles; others will produce middle sized particles while the others will produce small and fine particles. You need to ponder on the different factors and considerations before choosing the right machine for the production of fine grind that meets your requirements and needs.
There are three major factors that need to be accounted for before fine grinding can take place. These include:
- Which material will be undergoing the process
- The desired grinding capacity
- The finished grind specification
It is always crucial for the client to provide the manufacturer with all the information necessary to produce fine granules that actually meet the client’s own requirements and to help the operator determine whether the presented information suits the operation requirements. The process of size reduction depends on the nature of the material. Cutting and grinding refer to substantial cut size processes while atomization or emulsification relates to the processes of reducing the size of the liquid particles. Factors like toughness, moisture content, abrasiveness, softening point, and thickness are also determinants in matching the material to the machine.
In terms of professional considerations, the grinding process should always be in consultation with manufacturing. The need for the customer to keep in touch ensures that the right considerations for the fine grind are produced with the specifications of the client.