Materials & Applications
We design and build tailored solutions to process materials using single or multi-stage operations. Use our handy tool to select your material and see the different processes we can design and build solutions for.
We have a database of over 500 categories of material and 1000s of test results. Accumulated over seventy-five years, they provide detailed insight into the characteristics and performance of materials.
Atritor mills can take materials of up to 98% moisture and dry and mill them simultaneously. Designing a drying process requires recognition of the characteristics of a material, in particular, how it may be adversely affected by heat.
Typically used to reduce the size of particles in various materials, including minerals, metals, ceramics, and food products. Atritor fine milling processes can generate a mean particle size as small as 20 microns, or less than 5-10 microns with a combination of deagglomeration and milling.
Used for breaking down large clusters or agglomerates of particles into smaller, individual particles. Particularly useful when it is essential to have consistent and uniform particle sizes for optimal product performance and quality.
When a tightly controlled particle size, distribution or top size is required or where there is a requirement to remove impurities from the raw material. Classification can be an integral part of the process with Atritor air classifier mills.
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Dry fractionation serves as the beating heart of Atritor’s approach to streamlining protein concentrate production. The innovative technique leverages simultaneous milling of legumes and their hulls, effectively yielding protein concentrates and a dry coarse fraction. This streamlined approach is not only revolutionising the industry but also aiding in the creation of high-quality, gluten-free protein concentrates.
Rich in silica, alumina, and calcium, harvested fly ash is a pivotal ingredient for cement production. Especially in the UK, with the dwindling availability of Coal Derived Fly Ash (CDFA) due to the closure of coal-burning stations, the importance of harvested fly ash has risen sharply.
From testing, design, manufacturing, installation, commissioning and training – we take care of the whole solution for fly ash processing.
Providing a live demonstration of the solution to utilise harvested fly ash from stockpile for use in the construction industry.