The working principle of magnetic field mills

The magnetic field mill (MFM) is based on the innovative principle of electromechanical disintegration. Particles are ground in an enclosed grinding space through grinding beads that are directly driven by the magnetic field. For this purpose, the working chamber, which is filled with grinding beads and the product, is placed into the machine from the top.



By changing the strength and frequency of the magnetic field, the grinding intensity can be precisely controlled over a wide range. This makes the MFM suitable for grinding processes as well as for disintegration or disagglomeration of products.

working principle of magnetic field mills

The magnetic field mill (MFM) is based on the innovative principle of electromechanical comminution. Particles grounded in a closed grinding chamber by grinding beads directly driven by the magnetic field. For this purpose, the working chamber filled with grinding beads and material is inserted into the drive from above.

Depending on the design of the working chamber, the MFM can be used in both batch filling and circulating mode and is therefore equally suitable for very small quantities as well as larger product batches.

The MFM is operated via a touch panel and can be easily adapted to the respective comminution task, whereby the reliable reproducibility of grinding processes is achieved by recipes created by the user.