A colloid mill is a processing machine that produces colloidal solutions, extremely fine emulsions, and suspensions. This equipment is commonly applied in food, diary, beverage, pharmaceutical, and chemical processing jobs. In the process of complex homogenization, it is the optimal choice to improve the stability of an emulsion or suspension. It can run smoothly and steadily with minimal vibration.
When searching for the colloid mill that is right for you, output and flow are two essential factors taken into consideration. The flow of colloid mill is inconsistent. The material flow greatly varies from concentration to concentration, viscosity to viscosity. According to different positions of the motor, colloid mills possess diverse functions. Here are three types of colloid mills available for purchase.
Working with the stator-rotor principle, materials in the form of liquid or semi-liquid are propelled into the mediate position between the stator and the rotor at relatively high speed, then ground, emulsified and homogenized by shear forces, friction, high-frequency vibration, etc.