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15 mm Alumina Milling Media Balls

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15 mm Alumina Milling Media Balls

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Product description

Description of Alumina Milling Media Balls

  • High performance wear resistant alumina ceramic balls are used in grinding and milling various materials.
  • Different sizes of alumina grinding balls are available: lt;1mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 13mm, 15mm, 17mm, 20mm, 30mm, 35mm, 40mm.
  • The alumina grinding / milling media balls are extensively used in the fields of Paints, Inks, Geology, Metallurgy, Electronics, Ceramics, Glass, Refractory, Chemical Engineering, etc.
Technical Data for Alumina Milling Media

Product #

BA0205

Main Material

aluminum oxide ceramic Al2O3 gt; 92%

Ball Diameters

less than 1mm up to 40mm available

Density

3.6 g/cm3

Shape

sphere

Color

white

Surface Condition

polished

Hardness

gt;80 HRA

Abrasion / Wear Resistance

very good

Compatible Materialsmedium-hardAdditional Information on Alumina Milling Media Balls
  • Pre-grinding the coarse, hard materials with large balls
  • The use of many small balls will increase the fine portion of the materials when the grinding time is increased
  • A higher percentage of the grinding balls will accelerate the grinding process
Selection of the Size of Grinding Balls

Type of feed material

Ball diameter

Hard samples feed particle size (~10 mm)

30 mm or 40 mm

Medium size (lt;5 mm)

15 mm

Fine material (0.5 mm)

10 mm or 5 mm or smaller

Mixing and blending of dry or liquid materials

10 mm

Mixing and blending of viscous samples

20 mm

These are general recommendations: the size of grinding jars and grinding balls should be determined experimentally if necessary.

Choice of Grinding Jars amp; Grinding Balls

In order to prevent excessive wear abrasion, the hardness of the grinding jars

15 mm Alumina Milling Media Balls

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