Lab purpose mini pulveriser can be found in sectors like geology, mining, metallurgy, coal, power, chemical, and building sectors. As the name suggests, it is most commonly found in laboratories to grind ore and material samples into powder for the testing of non-polluting sample. In this machine, the adjustable space between the fixed and moving plates is used to capture particles, which are then broken up using compressive force. Lab purpose mini pulveriser uses oscillating action, the plates rotate instead, producing a product with a slightly smaller and more limited size range. It is appreciated for longer service life and high efficiency.