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Powtech World Magazine Advertorial


reducing the installation time to 80 per cent. It also allows you a 74 per cent saving on volume as well as 60 per cent of founding costs compared to a Ball Mill.


ENERGY SAVINGS


The Mill is one of the pieces of equipment with the highest consumption of a grinding plant. For that reason, an adequate methodology was required in the selection of the equipment. That is why it was identified as a key issue when it came to improvements. The PAMIR design means that it has the ability to run with 45 per cent lower grinding energy for the same top-cut and up to a 25 per cent for the same average particle size, compared to a Ball Mill.


TESTING CAPABILITIES Testing is a crucial beneficiation process for you to assess the feasibility of your product. Tests are available for grinding, classifying and coating of a wide range of minerals and particle sizes. The NETZSCH ECUTEC test plant is equipped, among


other mineral processing equipment, with a Pamir30, and the instruments available in our Laboratory are the Mastersizer 2000, Mastersizer 3000 and Sedigraph. Every one of the trials is individually tailored to the specific wishes and needs of the customer involved. These tests require one or more days, depending on


the application. At the end of the trials, the customer will receive particle analyses and a test report with the results and conclusions of the tests.


SUMMARY Compared to Ball Mill, the PAMIR is able to achieve an ultrafine product from a coarse feed with a smaller, faster and cheaper installation at a lower production cost. For applications other than industrial minerals, please check the Dry Agitator Bead Mill SpheRho from NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH, which is a modified version of the Pamir and mainly used for chemical applications. Ecutec, derives


from Engineering and Consulting


for Ultra-fine TEChnology was founded in 1996 in Germany and moved in 1999 to Barcelona, Spain whilst the production remained in Germany assuring a high manufacturing standard.


Since November 2016, ECUTEC is part of the “Minerals and Mining” business field which belongs to the Grinding & Dispersion Business Unit of the NETZSCH Group. The initial point of the company was a strong demand for production of ultra-fine fillers on an industrial scale. With the development of the Mistral series, Ecutec made a breakthrough in classifying technology being able to produce ultra-fine high value mineral products by dry processing being an alternative to the traditional cost and energy intensive wet process.


COMPANY INFORMATION


Ecutec was founded in 1996 in Germany. It relocated to Barcelona in 1999, but maintained production in Germany to ensure high manufacturing standards. Since November 2016, it has been part of the minerals and mining sector which belongs to the grinding and dispersion business unit of the NETZSCH Group. netzsch-grinding.com


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