Unveiling the GRolls400 Prototype at UniSA

We are excited to announce that the Gyratory Roller Solutions (GRolls®) team has successfully commissioned the GRolls®400 prototype at the University of South Australia. This state-of-the-art tertiary and quaternary comminution machine is now ready for testing with feed material provided by our industry partners.

The GRolls400 prototype embodies the future of comminution technology, offering numerous advantages over conventional systems. It features reduced energy consumption, the capability to process both wet and dry feed material, elimination of media, and a low-complexity design with a smaller physical footprint. Additionally, it significantly lowers capital costs, making it an attractive option for industry stakeholders.

This milestone is a significant step forward in our commercialisation efforts, led by Tony Stevens, and supports ongoing research programs, including Mark Drechsler’s PhD studies and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals (COEMinerals).

For more information, please reach out to the GRolls® team at info@grolls.com.au. Stay tuned for updates as we begin the next phase of testing and continue to push the boundaries of comminution technology.

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