Used Other Mills

JM industrial buys and sells used Press Pellet Mill, Pin Mill, Grinding Mill, Grinder Mill and more from leading manufacturers in various specifications. You can buy used industrial mills from brands like Amandus Kahl GmbH & Co., Italo Danioni s.r.l., Schenck Process Group, Cumberland and more.

Industrial mills play a pivotal role in various industries, from agriculture to mining, transforming raw materials into valuable products through grinding, crushing, or cutting processes. At JM Industrial, we stocks various types of used size reduction equipment for sale. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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Types of Industrial Mills Offers by JM Industrial

JM Industrial offers one of the comprehensive collections of used industrial mills for sale. The following are the types of used industrial mills provided by us.

  • Vertical Shaft Impact Mill: This mill operates by utilizing a high-speed rotor that throws materials against the walls of a vertical crushing chamber. It is commonly used for producing sand and crushing minerals. The kinetic energy generated by the rapid rotation of the rotor facilitates efficient particle reduction.
  • Air Classifier Milling: In this type of milling, a combination of air and a classifier is used to separate particles based on their size, shape, and density. It is particularly effective for fine grinding applications and allows for precise control over particle size distribution.
  • Fine Grinding Mill: As the name suggests, fine grinding mills are designed to produce finely ground particles. They are employed in various industries, including pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, where a high degree of particle fineness is crucial.
  • Press Pellet Mill: A press pellet mill, also known as a pellet press, is a specialized mill designed for the production of compacted pellets from powdered or granular materials. It plays a vital role in the field of biomass and feed pelletization, contributing to the sustainable utilization of raw materials.
  • Rubber Grinder Mill: Tailored for the rubber industry, this mill efficiently grinds rubber into fine particles. It is a crucial component in the processing of rubber materials for various applications, including tire manufacturing and rubberized products.
  • Fluid Energy Mill: Operating on the principles of fluid energy, this mill uses high-velocity jets of gas or air to impact particles, resulting in size reduction. It is commonly employed in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries for micronization and fine particle production.
  • Batch Type Attritor Mill: The batch type attritor mill is a versatile grinding mill that operates in batches. It is equipped with grinding media and agitators, providing efficient mixing and grinding of materials. This type of mill is often used in the production of paints, inks, and ceramics.

How to Choose the Right Industrial Milling Machine?

Choosing the right used industrial mill is a crucial decision that depends on various factors. Here are key considerations and steps to guide you in selecting the right industrial mill for your needs:

  • Define Your Application: Clearly understand the purpose of the mill. Is it for grinding, crushing, or milling? Different mills excel in specific applications, so defining your primary use is the first step.
  • Material Characteristics: Consider the properties of the materials youll be processing. Some materials may require specialized mills or specific features like corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance, or inert processing environments.
  • Particle Size Requirements: Determine the desired particle size distribution of the end product. Different mills have varying capabilities in achieving specific particle sizes. Consider the required fineness or coarseness for your application.
  • Capacity and Throughput: Assess the production requirements in terms of throughput and capacity. Choose a mill that can handle the volume of material you need to process within the required timeframe.
  • Energy Efficiency: Evaluate the energy efficiency of the mill. Consider energy consumption and whether the mill incorporates features like variable speed drives or advanced technologies that optimize energy use.
  • Maintenance and Operating Costs: Assess the maintenance requirements and associated costs. Mills with low maintenance needs and readily available replacement parts may be more cost-effective in the long run.
  • Size and Space Considerations: Ensure that the chosen mill fits within your available space. Consider the layout of your facility and any specific spatial requirements for installation and operation.
  • Ease of Cleaning and Sanitization: In industries such as pharmaceuticals and food processing, cleanliness is paramount. Choose a mill with design features that facilitate easy cleaning and sanitization to meet industry standards.
  • Automation and Control: Evaluate the level of automation and control offered by the mill. Modern mills may incorporate digital controls, automation, and monitoring systems, providing better precision and efficiency.
  • Safety Features: Prioritize mills with robust safety features. This includes protective mechanisms, emergency shut-off systems, and compliance with safety standards relevant to your industry.
  • Consult with Experts: Seek advice from industry experts, engineers, or manufacturers. They can provide valuable insights based on your specific requirements and may suggest customized solutions.

How does the Vertical Shaft Impact Mill work for grinding chrome metal powder?

The Vertical Shaft Impact (VSI) Mill operates by utilizing a high-speed rotor with wear-resistant tips that spin against the chrome metal powder feed. Heres a breakdown of its specific working mechanism:

  1. Material Feed: Chrome metal powder is fed into the VSI Mill through a hopper or similar feeding mechanism.
  2. Rotor Acceleration: The rotor, a central component of the mill, rotates at high speeds. This rotation imparts kinetic energy to the chrome metal powder particles.
  3. Impact and Crushing: As the high-speed rotor spins, the chrome metal powder particles experience intense impact and crushing forces against the wear-resistant tips. This impact breaks down the larger particles into smaller ones, facilitating the grinding process.
  4. Particle Acceleration and Ejection: The accelerated particles are thrown outward by centrifugal force from the rotor. This ejection creates a turbulent flow of chrome metal powder within the milling chamber.
  5. Particle-to-Particle Interaction: The smaller, crushed particles interact with each other due to the turbulent flow, further enhancing the grinding and refining process.
  6. Adjustable Settings: The VSI Mill often allows for adjustable settings, such as rotor speed and feed rate, providing control over the size and consistency of the ground chrome metal powder.
  7. Product Collection: The finely ground chrome metal powder is collected through a discharge mechanism, often a screen or classifier, separating the desired particle size for subsequent use.

What Applications Are There For Used Industrial Mills?

  • Grinding and Pulverizing
  • Mining and Mineral Processing
  • Food Processing
  • Chemical Industry
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Plastics and Polymers
  • Recycling


If you plan to buy a surplus and used vertical shaft impact mill, air classifier milling, fine grinding mill or other mill, we are glad to offer any relevant assistance you require. You can be rest assured about the quality and prices we offer. At, J&M Industrial, we have efficient and resourceful engineering as well as sales and marketing teams. We offer aftersales service through calls and meetings on a periodic basis. If you need to make an enquiry or have any questions about these products, you can reach us anytime via phone at 304-273-0795 or email at .

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