A range of machines specifically designed to reduce a great variety of chemicals used in the manufacture of fertilizers and feed stuffs. No internal screens are fitted, as these materials are liable to become clogged with sticky material. The chain mills are designed for rapid, uniform and economical reduction, in open or closed circuit, of loosely bound agglomerates and other sticky materials with a minimum of clogging.

The machine comprises of two moving elements: two high-speed rotors carrying chains with hammer and without hammers arranged alternatively against which the reduction is achieved. The rotors are enclosed in a dust tight steel casing fitted with doors, providing ample access for cleaning and maintenance. Maximum efficiency is best achieved by spreading the feed across the full width of the machine.

Design Features

Bedplate and Casing

Formed from rolled wear resistant steel liners, steel sections and plate of welded and bolted construction; internal surfaces are protected by abrasion resistant polyurethane, rubber liners.


Built up from a number of steel discs keyed and locked together on a fully machined shaft, which in turn is carried by a set of spherical roller bearing Plummer blocks. Eight rows of suspension bar mounted with steel chains and hammers.

Outstanding Features

  • High reduction ratio
  • Moderate power requirements
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Dependable operation
  • High capacity
  • Long service life