MODEL GPX DISC-STYLE GRINDER (Meets FGIS Specifications)
Espresso (200 – 450 um): Up to 200 – 600 lb/hr (90-272 kg/hr)
Up to 200 – 600 lb/hr (90-272 kg/hr)
MPE Disc-Style Grinders provides a high degree of versatility in the size reduction of a broad spectrum of materials. These compact, economical grinders serve a variety of grinding applications including chemicals, dry foods, food aggregates, minerals, spices and a wide assortment of similar materials.
Ruggedly-constructed, MPE’s Disc-Style Grinders feature “diamond hard” grinding discs that are precision cut to optimize their cutting “action”, resulting in a better end product with an increased production capability. This “action” produces results superior to a hammermill at a fraction of the price. The disc grinders work best on “friable”, or breakable, materials and adjust to deliver target sizes from 6 – 150 mesh (3,000 – 100 microns).
The GPX produces 50 – 250 kg per hour of precision-ground product and uses two 5.5” diameter (140 mm) grinding discs to reduce materials down to a range of target sizes. The GPX utilizes a convenient dial control to alter the desired grind size and typical target grinds range from 6 – 150 mesh (3,000 – 100 microns).
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GPX Unboxing and Walkthrough
Learn what comes with a GPX, as well as see how to properly hook up a 3 phase model.
The Model GPX Disc-Style Grinder proudly meets United States Department of Agriculture Federal Grain Inspection Service (FGIS) performance requirements. The Model GPX Disc-Style grinder was tested by the USDA's Technology and Science Division and deemed suitable for particle size reduction for grain testing purposes; including mycotoxin sample testing.
Have a GPX support question?
We love helping our customers. We've made a dedicated resource page for GPX owners to quickly get answers to how to clean it, calibrate and replace burrs, or adjust the dechaffing gate.
MPE Disc-Style Grinders provides a high degree of versatility in the size reduction of a broad spectrum of materials.