Process
optimized mills

mills for efficient grinding

Whether you produce cement, industrial minerals or solid fuels: Christian Pfeiffer designs and builds grinding plants for many different feed materials and end products. Our mills are as diverse as our customers' requirements. Ball mill, roller press, vertical mill, or autogenous mill? Our employees are experts in grinding plants and will analyze for you which mill will give you the most efficient production.

OUR MILLS

Energy efficient and reliable

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BAM ball mills

The ball mill is individually equipped with high-quality mill internals based on material analyses. This way, we ensure the most energy-efficient processes at maximum throughput rates.

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ROP roller press

Increases the production rate of your ball mill by up to 100 % while reducing energy costs by up to 40 %.

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VEM vertical mill

The vertical mill, with integrated classifier, enables high energy utilization and convinces with low specific wear values.

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SAM autogenious and semi-autogenious mills

Efficient solution in the mining industry.

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BAM ball mills

The ball mill is individually equipped with high-quality mill internals based on material analyses. This way, we ensure the most energy-efficient processes at maximum throughput rates.

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ROP roller press

Increases the production rate of your ball mill by up to 100 % while reducing energy costs by up to 40 %.

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VEM vertical mill

The vertical mill, with integrated classifier, enables high energy utilization and convinces with low specific wear values.

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SAM autogenious and semi-autogenious mills

Efficient solution in the mining industry.

BAM - ball mills

Robust, reliable and durable

Ball mills are the classic among grinding systems: They are used in about 90  % of all installations worldwide. The ball mill impresses with its simple principle and low maintenance requirements: it is robust, durable and has a high operating reliability. By using a separator in the closed circuit, the efficiency can be additionally increased.

Kugelmühle
Rollenpresse ROP

ROP - rollerpresses

For raw meal or for pre-grinding in the two-stage grinding process.

Roller presses are high-pressure grinding rolls  which are often used when large quantities of product are to be ground  energy-efficiently. The two counter-rotating rollers of the roller press exert very high pressure on the material, effectively crushing and weakening the particles. Microcracks are created and make it easier to grind the particles finely. Used as a pre-grinding system in ball mill circuits, for example, production increases of up to 40 % and more can be achieved.

VEM - vertical mills

Flexible mills with integrated separator

The vertical mill enables a high energy utilization and convinces with low specific wear values. Drying of the feed material, grinding, classifying and material transport take place within the mill. It is therefore particularly suitable for grinding products with high proportions of moist components.

Kugelmühle
Autogenmühle SAM

SAM - autogenious mills 

Our robust autogenous and semi-autogenous mills ensure efficient self-comminution of the product within the mill. In many cases, a SAM mill can replace a high-maintenance combination of crushing and screening equipment, making it a reliable, cost-effective alternative. As with ball mills, the material inside is lifted by the rotary motion, falls down by gravity and is crushed in this way. In the case of particularly hard material or in order to accelerate the comminution process, grinding media can be added which additionally break up the material. If the throughput rate is to be increased in the future, a ball mill can be flexibly added downstream.

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A story of efficiency

Efficiency in grinding is our heritage and our future.
Since 1925.

Making grinding processes as efficient as possible is a science in itself – one to which we dedicate our entire expertise and spirit of innovation. From the invention of the first MONOBLOC diaphragm to the technical fine-tuning of the separator QDK. How we became what we are today.