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PCM Colloid Mill
PCM Colloid Mill

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Following its recent acquisition of Premier Mill, NETZSCH Premier Technologies, LLC, has incorporated four pieces of processing equipment to its portfolio — the Colloid Mill, Submersible Basket Mill, Vertical Max-Shear Rotor/Stator Mixer and a Lab Dispersator.

NETZSCH Expands Product Line with Premier Mill Grinding and Mixing Equipment

Exton, PA | Posted on September 15th, 2010

Ideal for processing coatings, inks, pigments, pharmaceuticals, food, ceramics, agrochemicals and minerals, these former Premier Mill products enable NETZSCH to offer a broader range of grinding, dispersing, mixing and deaereating solutions.

* PCM Colloid Mill — disperses and emulsifies by hydraulic shear, bringing to bear a tremendous amount of energy on a small portion of material in the form of a thin film. It reduces particles to their ultimate crystal size by breaking up the agglomerates into which they form.

* PSM Submersible Basket Mill — an extremely efficient, versatile dispersion system ideal for a wide range of processing industries. The simplicity of the Submersible Mill system allows for up to 99 percent material yields from batch to batch.

* Vertical Max-Shear Rotor/Stator Mixer (VMS) — features a precision high-speed rotor, offering a powerful combination of mechanical and hydraulic shear with shorter mixing cycles. It is ideal for certain processes that require high shearing action, such as emulsification or dispersing pigments and other solid particulate into a liquid medium.

* Model 50 Laboratory Dispersator — produces repeatable dispersions through faster mixing action and improved motor performance. This high-performance, high-speed unit ensures constant mixing speed regardless of product weight, viscosity or other variables.

More information about this equipment is available at:

www.netzsch-grinding.com/about-netzsch/grinding-dispersing/netzsch-premier-technologies.html.

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About NETZSCH
NETZSCH Premier Technologies, LLC (Exton, Pa.), an affiliated company of the Germany-based NETZSCH Feinmahltechnik GmbH, provides customized grinding, mixing, dispersing, kneading, deaeration, classifying, press and laboratory solutions for the paint and coating, pigment, pharmaceutical, food processing, ceramics, agricultural, minerals processing, cosmetics and R&D markets. More than 130 years of experience, targeted development and daily contact with customers, combined with process engineering know-how and an extensive machine and plant program, make NETZSCH one of the world’s leading suppliers. For more information, visit www.netzsch-grinding.com or call 484-879-2020.

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Contacts:
Ashley Reppert
PR Consultant for NETZSCH
Schubert Communications, Inc.
610-269-2100, ext. 229

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