The mill has a number of hammers attached on the rotating rotor, and in its inner casing
the mill is fitted with an irregularly shaped liner. Source materials are fed into the crushing chamber on
a quantity basis by using a natural fall or a screw feeder.
At the moment the materials are milled by striking first against the rotating hammers and then against the liner.
If they are milled to the targeted size, then the mill discharges particles through the screen.
If there are any larger-size particles that have failed to move through the screen, they go through
the milling processes again.
The system is very convenient to use as the particle size can be easily controlled by adjusting
the rotational speed of the rotor, making a change in the number of hammers, and/or replacing the screen.
According to whether a screw feeder is set up, the machine is divided into two types: hammer mill
(with no screw feeder) and atomizer mill (with a screw feeder)