3 Union Process Offers A Broad Line of Laboratory Mills For Virtually Any Grinding and Dispersion Application OTHER APPLICATION-SPECIFIC LABORATORY MILLS 01 Series See a complete description of the 01 Research Attritor and Accessories on pages 4-7. S-1 Series See a complete description of the S-1 Laboratory Attritor and Accessories on pages 8-11. Multi-Tank HD-01 Lab Attritor System The Multi-Tank HD-01 Lab Attritor System is the ultimate set-up for quality control and test grinding requirements. • All tanks (expandable from 2 to 6) are controlled by ONE power source. • A timing belt assures that all connected Attritor shafts run at the same speed for the same period of time. Choose standard stainless steel or a metal-free system with all tanks constructed from alumina, zirconia, or Tefzel. ® WET OR DRY GRINDING BATCH LABORATORY MILLS DMQX™-07 Wet Grinding (Continuous or Circulation) Lab mill features specially designed discs to eliminate shaft whip and mill vibration and provide greater random media motion for improved efficiency. Model SDM-1 Attritor This lab mill offers bead milling in a batch configuration. It includes a discharge valve and a 5 HP explosion-proof mechanical variable speed drive motor. HSA-1 Dry Grinding (Continuous) A high speed lab Attritor typically used in the continuous mode for fine dry grinding applications. Discharge is through a side screen and valve. For special applications, a ceramic-lined tank is available. C-5 Wet Grinding (Continuous) This vertical mill (with no shaft seals) is a lab version of the Union Process Continuous Attritor ("C" machines). It is ideal for continuous and fast grinding of large quantities of material. The C-5 can be used to reliably test and scale-up to production size continuous Attritors. Uses Media .3 to 1mm Uses Media .25 to 3mm Uses Media 3 to 6mm Uses Media 3 to 6mm Uses Media .5 to 3mm Q-03 Wet Grinding (Circulation) This small, bench-type laboratory-sized circulation mill allows users to perform lab trials using very small sample sizes. Circulation Attritors ("Q" machines) are distinguished by faster grinds and a narrow particle size distribution.