The milling process has been used for thousands of years. We sell modern variations on this process. Jar Mills, Jar Rollers and Jar Mill rollers are typically lab scale versions which allow small containers of ceramic, steel, rubber or plastic to be rolled on a horizontal roller apparatus. These rollers can be table top or multiple tier designs to accomodate one or several jars or containers. Media, balls or cylinders are used inside the containers to grind, disperse, impact, mix and mill the material to be processed. Ball Mills generally unlined, steel mills and Pebble Mills, generally lined mills of porcelain, rubber, plastic etc. are larger version of these apparatus.
Vibratory Mills utilize a bowl or chamber that moves the media against the material by means of a vibrating action. Vibratory mills can be urethane lined, stainless steel, ceramic or steel.
U.S. Stoneware Jar Rollers; U.S. Stoneware Jar Rolling Mills; U.S. Stoneware Norton Jars and Mill Jars; U.S. Stoneware Pebble Mills and Ball Mills; U.S. Stoneware Grinding Jars; Norton Ball Mills and Pebble Mills; Norton Jar Rollers and Jar Rolling Mills; U.S. Stoneware Norton Porcelain Jars; Paul O. Abbe Jar Rollers; Paul O. Abbe Jars and Mill Jars; Paul O. Abbe Pebble Mills and Ball Mills; Patterson Pebble Mills and Ball Mills; Stevenson Pebble Mills and Ball Mills; Dorst Pebble Mills; Netzsch Pebble Mills; Abbe Pebble Mills and Ball Mills; Crossley Pebble Mills and Ball Mills; Sweco Vibratory Grinding Mills, Wet and Dry, Model M-18, M-45; Palla Mills