Range of application
Continuous dry and wet grinding of coarse-grained materials to
fine-ground and ultrafine-ground products.

Ground product separation

  • Dry grinding:
    Pneumatic extraction from the surface of the agitated media bed
  • Wet grinding:
    Separation of suspension from the agitated media by ball retaining device

Through careful selection of the size and quantity of grinding media used, the rotational speed of the agitator and the grinding chamber, and the rate of material throughput it is possible to adapt the grinding results over a wide range to suit specific requirements.


  • High grinding effectiveness
  • Small space requirement
  • Low specific energy consumption
  • Accurate and easy setting of the required fineness
  • Iron free grinding possible

for fine grinding of suspensions


  • Processing of coarse raw material possible
  • Iron free grinding possible
  • Low specific energy consumption
  • Agitator bearings without product contact
  • No grinding media compression

for the optimization of existing grinding systems

finish-grinding of suspensions and dry solid materials


  • Considerably reduced energy consumption
  • Capacity increase at same product fineness or increase of product fineness
    at same capacity
  • Combination with continuous operating as well as batch operating mills possible

A powerful MaxxMill® grinding system is available at the Eirich test center for tests with original materials.

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MaxxMill - Agitated media mill