I need a machine that can pulverize charcoal into fine dust. Not a big machine something small any recommendations?
- elhighLv 79 months ago
That's called a blender. Just go find a cheap one at a thrift store if you're worried about damaging the one you use in the kitchen.
NOTE: charcoal dust rinses right out so the likelihood of actually hurting your daily driver blender is next to zero, but some folks get blind spots about using kitchen tools for non-kitchen things. I say, a tool is a tool and if it works, roll with it. You do you.
- yLv 79 months ago
I used a bit that i made that was very similar to those sold to mix drywall and paint and such. Of course it was a bit more heavy duty. Used a five gallon bucket with a hole in the lid that the bit could slide through.
- M JohnsonLv 69 months ago
A coffee grinder with an espresso setting will do it after smashing the charcoal into small pieces. Even easier if you use aquarium filter charcoal which is already in small chunks. A rock tumbler (used to polish stones) might work as well.
- ChristineLv 59 months ago
A spice grinder might work. Or you might try a vibrating sander, if you want to smash the stuff on a worktable.
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- RickLv 79 months ago
'ball mill' .............................................