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The company later acquired the European sales rights for the Maxecon mill, which took the benefts of the Kent mill a step further with the addition of an air classifer and a redesign of the grinding components. Though there was defnitely room for improvement in the design, it was immensely popular and by 1918 the company had sold more than 600 mills to both the cement and fertiliser industries, with the latter using the mill to crush phosphate

The challenge in the 1920's was to design a mill that combined the high capacity of the pendulum mill with the smooth running of the Maxecon mill. The solution was the very first Loesche mill, patented in 1927. It featured a rotating grinding track that used centrifugal force to push the grinding stock outwards from the centre of the mill

The mill was very popular and Ernst Curt Loesche continued to improve the design. In 1934, a new generation Loesche mill was launched, featuring a separate gearbox and horizontal grinding track. By 1937, 400 Loesche mills had been sold and in the next two years sales rocketed. By this time, Curt von Grueber had sold his shares to Ernst Curt Loesche, making him the sole owner

history | loesche

With advances in the pyro process enabling capacities of up to 3000 tonnes per day by the end of the 1960s, mill manufacturers needed to increase grinding capacity from around 120 tonnes per hour to upwards of 200 tonnes per hour. In 1971, Loesche answered this call with a revolutionary mill arrangement that went against a design principle that had lasted almost 40 years

The first four-roller mill went into operation in a plant near Naples in Italy in 1971 with a raw meal throughput of 214 tonnes per hour. With an increase in the size of the rollers and the grinding table, throughput of 425 tonnes per hour was achieved when the next generation was launched in 1975

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