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Agate Milling Media and Agate Planetary Ball Mill Jars

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Agate is a common rock formation usually comprised mainly of quartz.  MSE Supplies offers agate milling media and agate planetary ball mill jars that of high purity (99.9% SiO2) from natural sources from Brazilian mines.  Agate milling media and agate planetary ball mill jars have been used in fields such as ceramics, electronics, light industry, paint, ink, medicine, food, geology, mining, chemical engineering. MSE Supplies agate milling media and agate planetary ball mill jars that are very wear-resistant, chemically resistant, and non-contaminating if used correctly.

 

 MSE Supplies  (msesupplies.com/) is a major supplier of planetary ball mills, planetary ball mill jars, and milling media. We offer a wide variety of materials for your ball milling needs, such as Alumina, grade 304 and 316 SS, Agate, Yttria Stabilized Zirconia (YSZ), and Tungsten Carbide.  Please visit our online store to purchase your ball milling products through this link today.

 If you would like to get custom media sizes or if you have any questions, please email us at tech@msesupplies.com


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