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Understanding the Working Principle of Hammer Mills

Posted on 6/15/20 9:00 AM

Industrial hammer mills are employed in particle reduction applications for processing material. Though machine designs vary, the basic hammer mill working principle remains the same—uniform size reduction of aggregate raw material is achieved by repeated blows with hammers mounted to a rotating shaft. Whether coffee beans or titanium, hammer mills can effectively grind, shred, shatter or pulverize any raw material to the desired outcome upon impact.

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We Speak The Language Of Agriculture

Posted on 1/22/15 5:04 PM

Prater has been the top choice for dry, bulk material processing equipment throughout the agricultural industry for 90 years. Our processing equipment designed and produced specifically for the agriculture industry is ideal for grinding, milling, sifting, feeding and batching. Many customers throughout the world rely on our machinery to facilitate the easy, efficient processing of materials. Some of our most popular agricultural processing equipment includes fine grinders, hammermills and rotary airlocks for processing materials such ...

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Spice Grinding Application Story

Posted on 1/20/15 4:38 PM

Background: Spices have an integral place in the history of the world. Early uses were connected with magic, medicine, religion, tradition, and preservation. Today, spices are generally defined as any dry plant product used primarily for seasoning purposes. Some of the most common spices are black pepper, cinnamon, cumin, nutmeg, ginger and cloves. Historically, spices have always been among the most demanded products although access to the plants of origin and limited trade access, made them expensive. Global sourcing has made ...

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Microchip Milling Solutions for the Recycling Industry

Posted on 1/20/15 4:36 PM

Business Overview: The subject of this case study is a global recycling company. This company specializes in a number of different recycling processes, many of which are proprietary, to reprocess a variety of industrial materials.

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