Cone Milling



Application & Process

Cone mill is used for achieving de-lumping, dispersion, De agglomeration, fine grinding, dry and wet milling uniform size reduction, sieving and mixing in the pharmaceutical, food, fine chemical, personal care and cosmetics industries.

The product is poured into the feed hopper of the Cone Mill. In the conical screen chamber, a rotating impeller imparts a vortex flow pattern to the in feed product. The filling machine is forced outward to the screen surface by centrifugal acceleration, ensuring continuous delivery into the “action zone” between the screen and impeller.

No heating of product during granulation / sizing operation, due to better air circulation and lesser impact action. In the “action zone” the material is uniformly sized and instantaneously passed tangentially through the screen openings. The finished product is discharged at the bottom of the milling chamber.

Salient Features

  • Design is cGMP – Current Good Manufacturing Practices compliance.
  • All Product contact parts AISI 316/ 316L & non contact parts AISI 304.
  • High speed milling, granulating, mixing and size reduction.
  • Available in three model with different capacity for production scale.
  • Uniform size reduction of wet material.
  • Uniform size reduction of wet material.
  • AC frequency variable speed 100 to 1400 RPM.
  • Easy removable contact parts for cleaning, inspection and easy Mobility.
  • Various combinations of perforated sieves.

Optional Features

  • Belt less Drive.
  • Inline milling process with HSMG, FBD , Blender and Sifter.
  • Explosion proof motor and push button.

Safety Features

  • Limit switch at charging & Discharge hopper.
  • Over load protection.

Electric Motor7.5 HP / 5.5 kW/3 ph A.C15 HP / 11 kW/ 3 ph / AC

GEM - 250
Gem - 500
Gem - 750
Output Kg / Hour
250 Kg / Hour
500 Kg / Hour
750 Kg / Hour
Rotor Drive
Cone Type
Cone Type
Cone Type
Screen Span
250 mm
400 mm
520 mm
Electric Power
5 HP / 3.75 Kw
7.5 HP / 5.62 Kw
10 HP / 7.5 Kw
50 to 1400 RPM by VFD
50 to 1400 RPM by VFD
50 to 1400 RPM by VFD