This article describes common types of coarse grinding mills, with details on their applications, components, and operation. Tips on choosing a coarse grinding mill are provided in the final section.Size reduction equipment for dry bulk materials can yield coarse, medium, fine, or ultrafine particles. This article concentrates on common types of coarse grinding mills that typically produce particles in the range of 0.75 millimeter (150 microns) to 12.70 millimeters or larger.
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