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Schutte-Buffalo’s Laboratory scale Hammer Mill

Schutte-Buffalo Laboratory Scale Hammer MillJan. 6, 2012 - Sometimes, smaller is better, as is the case with the new Schutte-Buffalo Laboratory Scale Hammer Mills.


January 6, 2012
By Schutte-Buffalo Hammermill

Jan. 6, 2012 – Sometimes, smaller is better, as is the case with the new Schutte Buffalo Lab Scale Hammer Mills.

The rugged, yet compact, gravity discharge Laboratory Scale Hammer Mill from Schutte-Buffalo Hammermill features the same durable construction and long-wearing components of production scale models.

Lightweight, low noise and suitable for small production, batch or pilot projects. The 6” and 8” wide laboratory scale mills are capable of processing a variety of materials to a granular or powder consistency with scalable results.

Schutte-Buffalo Laboratory Scale Hammer Mill  
Small hammer mills are often used
for testing and batch sampling, such as in colleges
and universities, government testing facilities or pilot plants.
Photo: Schutte-Buffalo Hammermill


 

Typical installations include:

  • Pilot plants
  • University labs
  • Government testing facilities.

Available in two standard sizes with 6” or 8” infeed widths. Both models feature:

  • Option of replaceable internal wear plates for processing abrasive materials
  • Choice of carbon or stainless steel construction
  • Wide selection of four-way reversible hammers
  • Numerous, easily changeable screens for the exact desired finished particle size

Additional options include:

  • Single phase motors
  • Variable Frequency Drive
  • Custom designed support stands, infeed and discharge chutes

At Schutte-Buffalo Hammermill LLC, we have been designing and
manufacturing custom engineered size reduction equipment for more
than eighty years, serving a wide variety of industries with installations
worldwide. With more than 200 models in our catalog, we take great
pride in our ability to match our customer with the correct mill, custom
configured to suit their material and production goals.

For more information, visit www.hammermills.com.


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