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2C Type Continuous Vibration Mill

OVERVIEW OF 2C Type Continuous Vibration Mill

Unitfine 2C Type Continuous Vibration Mill is one of the best size reduction equipment in the manufacturing industry. With the grinding container, the middle range ground materials are thrown in a feeder such as a rotary feeder, table feeder, electromagnetic feeder, and many others to take out fine powders to the lower exit while the milled particles fall through the base of the mill.

There are eight models to the C2 Type Vibration Mill that can produce 33 to 3186 Liters or 50 to 2350 throughput kilograms per hour. Each model uses its own steel bar with varying weights and kilowatts power requirements.

For some vibration mills, the materials are exposed continuously while in the grinding process. On the other hand, the 2C Type model can both be used by either in open or closed form depending on the returns of passing materials.

The machine can carry out high-speed rotation from the electric motor where the mill halts the rotations, operates it in a state of only a ball, it then includes the dry materials, then lastly it will continue the cycle of the pulverization process where it will grind of a short amount of time.

The vibration made by the high-speed rotations is absorbed by the grounding pipe that is attached to a spring. The shaft is then connected to the electric motor to balance out the pressure from the weight pulley. Once the vibration is made, the magnitude is adjusted by the unbalanced weight pulley.

The whole process of milling with the 2C Type Continuous Vibration Mill simply undergoes a constant vibration created by an eccentric motor which makes the milled particles fall through the screen of the vibration mill’s base.

Hard ferrite 3-5mm Pulverization time 10 min.
Before solar battery material After solar battery material

A 2C type continuous vibrating mill, also known as a vibrating ball mill or vibro-energy mill, is a type of grinding mill that utilizes mechanical vibrations to facilitate the comminution (reduction in particle size) of materials. This type of mill is typically used in various industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, ceramics, and metallurgy. The working principle of a 2C type continuous vibrating mill involves several key components and processes:

  1. Vibratory Motor: The heart of the vibrating mill is a vibratory motor, which generates mechanical vibrations. This motor is typically an unbalanced eccentric mass attached to the mill’s chamber, causing it to vibrate. The vibratory motor is responsible for imparting energy and motion to the grinding media and the material inside the mill.
  2. Grinding Chamber: The mill features a cylindrical or conical grinding chamber where the material to be ground is placed. This chamber is typically made of steel or other durable materials.
  3. Grinding Media: Inside the grinding chamber, there are grinding media, such as steel balls, rods, or other suitable materials. The grinding media move and collide with the material, applying mechanical forces to break it down into smaller particles.
  4. Material Feed: The material to be ground is continuously fed into the grinding chamber through a feed mechanism, often located at one end of the chamber.
  5. Size Reduction Process: As the vibratory motor generates vibrations, the grinding media inside the chamber start to move and tumble. The mechanical vibrations and the motion of the grinding media cause a combination of impact, shear, and abrasion forces on the material particles. These forces break down the material into smaller particles.
  6. Discharge: After the material reaches the desired particle size or fineness, it is discharged from the mill through an outlet, often located at the opposite end of the chamber from the feed mechanism.

Key points to note about the working principle of a 2C type continuous vibrating mill:

  • The mechanical vibrations generated by the vibratory motor enhance the grinding process, making it more efficient and often faster than traditional milling methods.
  • Vibrating mills are suitable for both wet and dry grinding processes.
  • The control of vibration frequency and amplitude can be adjusted to tailor the milling process to specific material properties and desired particle size distribution.
  • Vibrating mills are known for their ability to produce fine and uniform particles.
  • They are used in various applications, including the production of pigments, minerals, ceramics, and the reduction of materials to a micron or submicron scale.

Overall, the working principle of a 2C type continuous vibrating mill is based on the use of mechanical vibrations to break down materials into smaller particles through the motion and collision of grinding media within the mill’s chamber.

Characteristics 2C type continuous vibrating mill

  • It can grind material particles depending on fineness and micron order.
  • The machine can work with both wet and dry material types.
  • It can be performed reaction grinding by cooling and/or heating the grinding pipe.
  • Can be easily operated even with minimal supervision.
  • Can grind, mix, and disperse particle mixtures simultaneously.
  • Shorter grinding time, if compared to other brands.
  • It‘s possible to control vibrations and excessive noise.
  • The machine can be used as a rod-mill.
  • It can either be used for various liners and balls with metallic or nonmetallic components.


The 2C Type Continuous Vibration Mill can be used to process and mill different types of fine powder materials for numerous industries from around the world. This model is mostly used for processing:

  • Computer fine powder
  • Space industrial fine powder
  • Environment fine powder
  • Electronics fine powder
  • Household equipment fine powder
  • Dope, fine pigment powder
  • Atomic power fine powder
  • Heavy electronics fine powder


This unit is made up of and is not limited to these types of metals and elements to prolong the machine‘s life and usability.

â–¼ Stainless steel
â–¼ Abrasion resistant-plastic. (MONO-resin)
â–¼ Special latex
â–¼ Alumina
â–¼ High tension steel
â–¼ Silicon Nitride
â–¼ Iron

â–¼ Zirconia

The 2C Type Continuous Vibration Mill may work or produce different results based on the 2C model type, throughout capacity, steel ball weight, lubricating method, and many others. Please contact us today, so we can point you to the right tool model that’s best for your manufacturing needs.

Selecting a 2C type continuous vibration mill involves considering several factors to ensure it meets your specific needs and requirements. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you choose the right mill for your application:

  1. Define Your Application and Objectives:
    • Clearly define the purpose of the mill. What type of material will you be processing (e.g., powders, minerals, ceramics, chemicals)?
    • Determine the desired particle size distribution, final fineness, and production capacity required.
  2. Material Compatibility:
    • Ensure the mill is compatible with the material you plan to process (e.g., abrasive or sensitive materials, wet or dry processing).
  3. Choose the Right Size:
    • Consider the physical size of the mill and its capacity. Make sure it fits into your workspace and can handle your production requirements.
  4. Vibration Parameters:
    • Determine the required vibration frequency, amplitude, and acceleration based on your material and processing goals.
    • Some mills offer adjustable settings for vibration parameters, allowing you to optimize the milling process.
  5. Grinding Media:
    • Select the appropriate grinding media (e.g., steel balls, ceramic beads) based on your material and particle size requirements. Ensure the mill is compatible with your chosen media.
  6. Material Feed and Discharge:
    • Evaluate the feed and discharge mechanisms of the mill. Ensure they are suitable for your process and that they can handle the material efficiently.
  7. Wet or Dry Operation:
    • Decide whether you need a mill that can operate in wet or dry conditions, or if both options are necessary for your application.
  8. Control and Monitoring:
    • Consider the level of control and monitoring you need over the milling process. Some mills offer features like variable speed control and digital monitoring of key parameters.
  9. Safety and Environmental Considerations:
    • Ensure that the mill complies with safety standards and environmental regulations relevant to your industry.
  10. Maintenance and Durability:
    • Assess the ease of maintenance and the durability of the mill. Check for features like easy access to components and replaceable wear parts.
  11. Budget:
    • Determine your budget and compare the cost of the mill with your requirements. Remember to factor in ongoing operational and maintenance costs.
  12. Vendor and Support:
    • Choose a reputable vendor with a track record of providing reliable equipment and customer support.
  13. Test and Compare:
    • If possible, conduct trials with the mill using your specific materials to evaluate its performance and suitability for your application. Comparing multiple options may be beneficial.
  14. Consult Unitfine Experts:
    • Seek advice from experts in the field, such as engineers or equipment suppliers, to help you make an informed decision.

By following these steps, you can select a 2C type continuous vibration mill that aligns with your application’s requirements and ensures efficient and effective material processing.


Model Throughput
Capacity L Steel-ball
weight kg
Motor Kw*P Gross weight
2C-15 50-100 33 150 2.2*6
700 Grease
2C-20 100-250 72 265 5.5*6
1250 Grease
2C-25 150-300 147 500 11*6
2200 Grease
2C-30 250-550 242 890 18.5*6
3800 Grease
2C-40 400-850 585 2150 37*6
6500 Grease
2C-50 800-1,200 1140 4200 55*6
11000 Grease
2C-60 1,150-1,700 2200 7950 110*6 17000 Grease
2C-70 1,600-2,350 3186 11500 185*6 28500 Grease


2C type Continuous Vibration Mill


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