JET-O-MIZER Operating Principle

Efficient design and dependable operation

Air, steam or gas is introduced into the JET-O-MIZER through specially designed nozzles to create a sonic or supersonic grinding stream. Solid particles of raw feed are injected into this violent, turbulent stream. The high-velocity collisions that result provide thorough and effective pulverization of the feed into smaller particles. The particle stream leaving the reduction chamber flows to the classification zone. As the stream enters the static classifier, the direction of flow is reversed. Properly sized product is entrapped by the viscous drag of the exiting flow and conveyed to collection equipment. Larger particles are recycled to the reduction chamber for further grinding.

Typical Jet-O-Mizer Particle Size Distribution