There are two types of grinding, dry grinding and wet grinding; the process can also be referenced as milling. Both methods take materials and break them down to reduce particles to create another product of materials to be used as a stand-alone product or to be mixed with another. It takes special machinery to be able to reduce the particles.

Custom Milling & Consulting, Inc. is a global leader in manufacturing equipment for wet materials.

The grinding machines for sale are specially engineered to reduce the particles down to sub-micron sizes. We offer horizontal grinding mills, basket mills, planetary mixers, and dispersers.

The engineers here at CMC take the time to understand the customers wants and what kind of application they intend to manufacture with the machine. Our mills can process inks, paints, pastes, metals, cosmetics, chocolate and much more. Our mills can de-agglomerate, blend, mix, emulsify and for homogenous mixtures.  Depending on the product you are grinding the parts can be made from different materials of construction to be incorporated with your machine.

Our technicians assembling and building the equipment have more than 25 years of experience in the specific field. They pay attention to every detail addressing any glitches that may come up during the construction of the machine. Each machine we manufacture are available as small as laboratory size and bigger, all depending on your need.

CMC will help you with installation and training new technicians on how to operate the machinery.

We will answer any questions you have and if you experience any problems later on, our engineers are here to address technical issues. If it is the formulation that is not coming out correct our on staff chemist can assist in troubleshooting.

Grinding machines that are for sale can be costly and take up a lot of space, but there are many benefits to have your own production facility in house.

  • You can monitor the progress of production
  • Process small batches for market testing
  • Reduce shipping costs
  • Able to adjust formulation right away

Contact Custom Milling & Consulting, Inc. at 610-926-0984 or email sales@cmcmilling.com to speak to a representative about the grinding machinery we have for sale