The first thought that goes through any layman’s mind when he picks up some ceramic form or another is perhaps a thought of appreciation. It may be a ceramic bowl or plate he has picked up, and he is admiring the artwork along the edges of the plate and the fine grooves along the anterior of the rustically designed sugar bowl. But if he was given a manual sheet labeled ceramic grinding media would he know what this is about?
Perhaps, perhaps not. It all depends on the reader’s perceptions and just how interested in the creative processes of ceramic grinding he is. If he is that interested and appreciates the fact that most manufacturing and building processes involving the use of ceramics, whether for purely decorative purposes or for commercial and industrial purposes, are quite creative, he would have discovered the following about these ceramic grinding processes.
Grinding media entails the processes of crushing or grinding materials through a mill. Such materials can include ceramic forms and glass. The objects that are produced there from come in all shapes and sizes and can include things like alumina oxide balls, ceramic cylinders and soda lime glass. One company offers artists, sculptors and commercial and industrial designers and builders all types of media’s which can be used for grinding, polishing, de-burring, de-agglomeration, fillers, spacers and proppants and refractory beds.
Technical expertise is also given on current and expanded uses for the various media processing forms. Consultants stand buy to assist new customers with orders that must be informed by accuracy in terms of personal and industrial requirements, material usage, shape and size and alloy. Choice of media generally depends on material to be ground and its grinding processes.