A Lab Planetary Ball Mill is an automated machine manufactured by Sandia Corporation that features high-speed rotating accessories that are employed for processing different kinds of powders and ingredients. This type of milling machine allows users to easily perform multiple tasks in one machine that include grinding, plasma cutting, turning, threading, drilling, and also plasma coating. These are very useful in applications where the users do not have to move from one location to another or when they are operating at very high speeds. Most importantly, the users can operate the machines with very little maintenance and no adjustments are needed since they work on autopilot mode.
The four grinding jars feature tamper resistance, heat insulation, tamper-resistant lid, airtight sealing, and water level indicators. The tamper-resistant lid is also very important since it is meant to protect the processed powder from getting discharged into the working environment. Tamper resistance is necessary since most users do not want their lab experiments to end up in an expensive legal matter. The heat insulation feature ensures that the temperature inside the machine remains stable which is necessary when processing delicate materials.
The Lab Planetary Ball Mill has two speeds, which include a high speed and a low speed. The low speed offers a smooth, linear action while the high speed offers a more abrupt movement which is suitable for use with coarse materials. A Lab Planetary Ball Mill is a great choice for use in separating powders, grinding balls, glass beads, aluminum oxide, iron particles, asphalt, and many other particles. The 220v high-efficiency 0.4l vertical lab desktop vacuum mill offers maximum productivity. This makes it a better alternative for grinding, plasma cutting, and other high-volume industrial processes.